By day, I am a Disability Management Coordinator, which means I help people get back to work following an illness or injury. This involves developing return to work plans. I work for a large international steel company. I’ve been doing this kind of work for almost 25 years. By night and on weekends, I have an Etsy shop called “Indelible Impressions”.  I have been paper crafting for about 10 years now and a couple of years ago, decided to make items to share with you!  My family thinks I’m obsessed with this craft but I can’t think of anything more fun to do!


9 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Janette Comeau  |  September 23, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    have lost your email address when i changed computers…I am looking to buy a stampin up snow swirl stamp or a similar kind of christmas tree stamp.

  • 2. Joan Berberian  |  November 26, 2009 at 2:53 pm

    Hey Cathy, I’ve lost your email. Please send it to me so we can correspond. We need to get caught up.


  • 3. Kathy Baxter  |  June 17, 2010 at 10:31 am

    If you get this email me. I have been trying to contact you and your email bounces back.

  • 4. Sandra Farrell  |  July 11, 2010 at 1:03 pm

    Hi ladies
    I just wanted to thank whomever left such a nice comment about my sketch at Stampin’ Royalty. It’s really nice to get such awesome feedback. Thanks for joining us.

  • 5. Monette  |  July 13, 2010 at 4:03 pm

    I love the white card on the blog and would like to buy the folder.
    Is it stampin up?

    • 6. Donna  |  July 25, 2010 at 9:34 am

      Hi Monette,

      I just saw this now – sorry about that! The folder is from Cuttle Bug and it is called Flourished Frame.


  • 7. Anonymous  |  July 25, 2010 at 2:11 pm

    I would love to subscribe to your blog please.

  • 8. Debbie Rines  |  July 25, 2010 at 2:14 pm

    I would love to subscribe to your blog but I do not know my URL or HTML. HELP

  • 9. Leslie May  |  August 28, 2010 at 12:51 pm


    I would love to know the exact make and title of the embossing folder you used in this stamp! I love it and can’t seem to figure out its make. Thanks so much!

    I wasn’t going to make another card tonight, but I took a look at the Clean & Simple Challenge (CAS75) after uploading my other card. Today’s Clean & Simple challenge is to use dry embossing of some sort on our card. The wheels started turning immediately and I wanted to use the Flourished Frame CB EF I’ve had for awhile, but used only once before. I love it when things come together quickly, which is pretty rare for me! Here is the card recipe (pretty simple):
    Card Stock – PTI White
    Stamp Set – Occasional Quotes (Level 3 SU Hostess set)
    Ink – Momento Tuxedo Black
    Accessories – Flurished Frame CB EF, Cuttlebug Machine, white self-adhesive pearls

    I think I am going to make a bunch of these to have on hand for anniversaries and weddings. Thanks for having a look today!

    Add comment July 12, 2010
    Best Wishes
    It has been a little while since I made a card for Stampin’ Royalty’s sketch challenge (#27) These girls have such amazing sketches! I really, really wanted to play today. I am on a bit of a roll today – I think I have made and uploaded about 5 or 6 cards! I have a few more sketches laying out on my craft table, so I hope to get to a few more tonight! I am going to try to make a lot more Birthday cards to have on hand. Here is my card recipe:

    Card Stock – PTI White (for card base), SU Peach Parfait (In Colour), SU Apricot Appeal (retired), SU Basic Black
    Patterned Paper – Pink Paislee’s 365 degrees
    Stamp Set – SU Kind & Caring Thoughts (retired)
    Ink – VersaMark, Momento Tuxedo Black
    Accessories – SU large oval and scallop punch, peach ribbon (Michael’s discount bin – gotta love that!), black button (from my stash), black embossing powder, heat gun, white embroidery floss, Spellinders Square Nestabilities; Bow Easy (love that thing!!!)

    his card was so much fun to make. The only fiddly part was cutting out the embossed flower. Thanks for having a look!

    6 comments July 7, 2010


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