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Gotta LOVE Ray Stevens for good clean (well, almost) FUNN! Mississippi Squirrel Revival http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgFjLB4VYSU&feature=related

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MAY FUNN CLUBB LAYOUT May is a wonderful month, not only because it is one of the most beautiful months in Kansas, it is National Scrapbooking Month and the Summer Idea Book will be released with over 70 new products – Christmas in May! This is a great time to book a gathering with a […]

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APRIL FUNN CLUBB LAYOUT Which family memory would you like to save on this layout? Easter? Funn at the lake? Spring picnics? Prom? Or how ’bout just a little something about you? This is the FUNN CLUBB’s Layout for April (April 15th, 16th and 18th). Not a current CLUBBER? We can fix that! Email me […]

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March FUNN CLUBB Layout (bottom) gets a twist and a flip to highlight the April Stamp of the Month set. Really, it is the same layout, but the white floral paper from the Creative Basics Emporium paper is flipped over as are the pages flipped from left to right. The layout was turned just one […]

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This cute lil’ ol’ 41/2″ tall cardstock purse folds out into a cute 12″x12″ scrapbook page suitable for many photos, notes, trinkets and FUNN. How cute would this be to make for a present, a get well gift, a party favor or a thank you? Yup, now you’re talking! Current FUNN CLUBBERS make theirs FREE […]

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Professor William F. Buckley-You-Are-Such-a-Good-Boy’s card. Possible captions: – you told me you’d take me out – i didn’t intend to eat the entire dozen – i miss you – i miss the really big dogs* – sassafras won’t play** – i miss russ, corrie, leah, and am*** – life is too short not to lick […]

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Wow – I hear this CD is really good! The hit single is, “Please Let The Dawg Out!” If you see this, get it, it is great and what a cute dog, too! Whoever designed the cover (my son Stephen) must be tremendously talented! What a family, the bird emails, the dog plays piano and […]

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Argyle Stamping

Knit your own argyle with a square or diamond shape acrylic stamp (warning: I think this would be too hard if you can’t see through the stamp) and a straight thin stitching line such as the one from Simple Stitches from Close To My Heart.

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