Joyful Season for a BirthdayI love this card! It uses Joyful Season and the Boughs & Berries Textured Impressions folder from Stampin’ Up!  It goes together really quickly!

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Holly Jolly GreetingsMake this merry and bright card with Joyful Season and Silver Foil card stock. The word was cut out with the Christmas Greetings Thinlits Die. Then the rest was embossed with the Stylish Stripes Textured Impressions™ folder. You can use either Silver Embossing Powder or Heat & Stick  with Silver Glitter for the snowflake. I think it turned out so elegant!

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Happy Halloween - Getting Started 15-16 2Who knew you could make a Halloween card with the Sprinkles of Life stamp set from Stampin’ Up!? This is one for my Getting Started Challenge: Make lots of projects with a few select supplies. Free instructions

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Christmas-Card-without-Christmas-Images-8-19-15A friend asked me for a Christmas card before I the Holiday catalog came out. I did not own (at the time) any of the Christmas stamp sets from the annual catalog. What to do? Well, I did own a couple of the greeting stamp sets with something for everything. If you have Teeny Tiny Wishes, And Many More, or Petite Pairs, you are set for just about anything including Christmas. I used And Many More for this card. Green and gold look great together. I selected Always Artichoke. You could even make this card without a Big Shot if you use the embossing folder as a stamp.

 

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Gift-Box-with-Paper Bow 9-19-15Such a pretty gift box! Who cares what’s inside? 🙂 It’s made with the Envelope Punch Board from Stampin’ Up! and the Gift Bow Bigz die. This one is in Cherry Cobbler, but you can make it with just about any color.

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