I think Rooted in Nature is one of my favorite stamp sets in the 2018-2019 catalog. It has all the qualities of the beloved Lovely as a Tree with the added benefits of coordinating Framelits. It’s great for masculine cards. It can be used for Christmas and really any season. I shared a similar card a while ago, but hadn’t made a video. I made it at my in-house SIP Together, so it was time to make the video.

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Cake Soirée is such a beautiful stamp set and the coordinating Thinlits mean no “fussy cutting” for this card. Add a few extra score lines to the card base, add the layers in a different way, and you’ve got a fancy fold card! But it’s no more difficult than that. I love the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper too. The paper and the Pearlized Doilies add a subtle sparkle that will make any birthday happy!

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This card practically makes itself with the Delightfully Detailed suite of products. You can see the whole suite on page 38-39 in the 2018-2019 catalog.  Pick a card, add a layer of the laser-cut specialty paper, a tag, and a couple of embellishments and it’s done!

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Our grandson is celebrating the end of his elementary school years. I love the sparkle and monochrome look with Blueberry Bushel, one of the new In Colors. I thought the greeting from Another Wonderful Year worked well too.

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I just love this card. I love the color combination. I love the Hold on to Hope Stamp Set and coordinating dies. The clean and simple card on the left is very pretty. It does not require a Big Shot and is really pretty simple. You could step up the card by cutting out the stamped images. I guess you could do a simplified version with Paper Snips, but don’t they look beautiful with the detailed die cuts? And then cutting the Flirty Flamingo layer with the Window Box die and adding the detailed cross really makes a huge difference.

I designed, wrote the instructions, and demonstrated this card before the new catalog went live. You can still make this card with current products. The printable directions call for the 2016-2018 In Color Stampin’ Write Markers, but the Flirty Flamingo marker is now part of the Brights Collections. And the ribbon I used has been discontinued, but I listed two others you could use instead.

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You can get your Bow Maker by sending $12 to Gidget through PayPal. This will include shipping. (US customers only.) paypal.me/GidgetBrogdon

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What will you fill your jar with? I filled it with a little bouquet of yellow and coral flowers. This card stands up on its own, a fancy fold with just one extra crease. So easy! The Stamparatus saves a lot of card stock and time. I show you how in the video.

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