World Card Making Day 2020

I was inspired by Roseanne of and CASE’d (Copy and Selectively Edited) her beautiful project by changing up the poinsettia flowers and layers underneath them. I used the sparkly Balmy Blue Glimmer paper (available in the current August to December Mini Catalogue by Stampin’ Up!). Want to get started on your Christmas card stash and get your cards out in the mail earlier than ever before? Shop with me online during the month of October using the monthly Hostess Code: FKFE3CXZ with a minimum order of $50 (before shipping and GST) and I’ll send you a card and email you the tutorial for this card including step-by-step instructions with pictures. A simple card made elegant by Stampin’ Up! coordinating colours – one of the best things about shopping Stampin’ Up!

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Anything But the Holidays Blog-Hop

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Isn’t it exciting to see all the amazing creativity throughout this Blog Hop? I’m sure you have many favourites and so many projects in mind, each competing to be the first project you’ll make.  I had this card in mind as soon as I saw the Christmas in the Making stamp set — it’s retro enough to be nostalgic and trendy enough to be oh so fun!! I chose a combination of inks that I had used in a class recently and love how Peekaboo Peach goes with Bermuda Bay — so fresh.  Instead of the Christmas ball in this pretty lady’s hand, I chose to fussy-cut by hand one of the presents in another image of this set and pop it up on a  dimensional.  A little bit of bling with a few rhinestones on the dress and the present finished things off — ’cause a girl always has to have a little bling, doesn’t she!!

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Enjoy the rest of the Blog Hop and thanks so much for stopping by.

The next stop on the blog hop is the wonderful Janet Wakeland and if the link above doesn’t work, PLEASE click here:


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