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Customer Spotlight: Lynn Chapman


Today's post is a spotlight featuring one of my dear customers, Lynn Chapman.

Lynn and I have never met in person but I consider her a friend.  Lynn is a beautiful paper crafter and has shared many of her lovely cardmaking projects with me over the years. I am honored she is allowing me to share with you today.

From Lynn:

I have always loved painting and crafting of any kind.  I was hooked from the first day I started making cards in 2007. I usually spend at least one day a week in my craft room “playing” with my stamps. It is so relaxing and fun for me. I belong to a group now called “Stamping Fools”. We meet once a month and play all day. We share ideas for cards and love the Fellowship with each other. I haven’t bought a card since 2008! It is so rewarding when people say how special they feel to get one of my handmade cards. Hopefully, I will be able to continue this hobby for many years to come.

Lynn's Card

The color combinations in this card absolutely give the feel of summer.  Nothing quite like the combination of Daffodil Delight and Old Olive with a touch of white.  The flowers are printed on vellum and were part of last year's Stampin' Up! catalog.  The image is colored with our beautiful Stampin' Blends alcohol markers.  You could try to get this same effect by stamping a floral image on vellum in Jet Black Stazon ink (see link below) and coloring it with Stampin' Blends on the reverse side.  You'll have a beautiful stained glass effect. The sweet sentiment is from the Enjoy Life stamp set.

Here are some of the current Stampin' Up! supplies that Lynn used on this project.  You can find them in the Online Store by clicking the links below.


Product List

Thank you for tuning in today for a customer spotlight featuring Lynn Chapman.  Leave a comment below and let her know how much we appreciate her sharing with us!


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