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Noel & Door with Window Stamps with Cristena Bagne

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Cristena has some fun inspiration for us today. She made her project look as if Noel (1117-04) standing in front of her “Door” using the Door With Window (1047-01) stamp. She also used the “Thinking of you” sentiment from the Best Wishes Etc (3029) stamp set.  Cristena also used the Nested Rounded Corner Square Die Cut Set (5016D) to pop out the door a little bit to make the tree look layered. She also used the Nested Square Die Cut Set (5001D) […]

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Special Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!!

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Morning everyone! You may have noticed that our post is a little early today. That is because we are doing a fun, special posting for today! Today we are all part of the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop!  We are very honored to be asked to be a part of this super amazing and fun blog hop, Thank you Amy for asking us to come aboard with you!  Although, the team made projects to inspire your love of coffee and card […]

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New Stokes Owl with Cristena Bagne

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We are very excited to be taking part in the Coffee Lovers Blog Hop this week! Cristena is getting you ready and inspired to take part in all the fun for tomorrow! She is using our newest little owl Stokes (1118-02). She also used the Coffee Bean Background (201-01) with the Rubbernecker Stamps Glacier White Embossing Powder (WHITEEMBOSS) on some darker paper to get it to really stand out. She used the Nested Rectangle Scalloped Die Cuts (5028d) to cut […]

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Frosty in Frame with Mary Prasad

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Frosty the snowman is a household name. Mary has made this Frosty in Frame Small (23-09) stamp look amazing and inspire us the Christmas season coming. She did a remarkable job in matching all the colors between her patterned paper and the colored pencils she used to color Frosty.  The colored pencils also gave Frosty that soft look that every snowman has.  The font for the Merry Christmas (980-12) stamp Mary used, fits really well with the fun, cheerfulness we […]

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