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Monday, December 31, 2012

One Sheet Wonder - Day #4

Now, on to day #4 - thank you very much. For this one, I used a rectangle of the DSP and used another technique to cut the paper into three equal parts. I found the link through Pinterest, which led me to The Paper Place and "Easy Math for Artsies." If you have a minute, check it out.
It's hard to tell from the picture, but I pierced the edges around the Summer Starfruit section. Under the Thank You is just a knotted piece of Hemp Twine (ret.).

Sunday, December 30, 2012

One Sheet Wonder - Day #3

I am having fun with this technique.
I used the Decorative Label punch, Scallop Edge punch, and Midnight Muse Satin Stitched ribbon. The border around the Thank You is made from punch two Decorative Label punches, then cutting them each in half - one vertical and one horizontal, then attaching them to the back of the Very Vanilla Decorative Label.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

One Sheet Wonder - Day #2

This is my second card using one sheet of Comfort Cafe DSP.
The only embellishment is punching a Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border from Pool Party.

Friday, December 28, 2012

One Sheet Wonder - Day #1

Since I will be making a lot of Thank You cards, I decided to finally give the "One Sheet Wonder" (OSW) technique a go. The idea is to take a 12x12 or 8.5x11 piece of Designer Series Paper (DSP) and cut it in a way to make a set of coordinating cards. I am using Comfort Cafe DSP, and will pull all the colors (Cajun Craze, Midnight Muse, Pool Party, Soft Suede, Summer Starfruit and Very Vanilla) to create the cards. All the bases will be Very Vanilla card stock. I will attempt to use just one stamp (Thank You Kindly (ret.)). Each day, my goal is to post a completed card to share with you. I hope you enjoy my journey.
I use the Decorative Label punch and Summer Starfruit Satin Stitched ribbon

Monday, December 24, 2012

Chocolate Christmas Tree

Isn't this the cutest Christmas Tree? I found it on Pinterest and decided to make a batch for the guys I work with. Yes, I work with a bunch of guys.
For wonderful, easy to follow instructions, you can find them at Qbee's Quest.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Secret Birthday Garden

This card is inspired by the color challenge at Stampin' Royalty. I decided to make it a birthday card, because I never seem to have enough of them.
Supplies: Stamps - Perfectly Preserved (small blue flower), Petite Pairs, Secret Garden; Paper - Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Riding Hood Red, Whisper White; Ink - Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Riding Hood Red, Summer Starfruit; Ribbon - Ruffled Lucky Limeade; Framelits - Secret Garden; Punch - Curly Label

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Christmas Blessings

I needed to make one final (maybe) Christmas card. This is a special one to be used by my church to give a monetary Christmas gift to our new pastor and his wife. And, because I sometimes have a difficult time coming up with ideas, I went to The Paper Players for inspiration, and further inspiration from Black Tie Fridays. Their challenge this week is for a Clean and Simple (CAS) card featuring a snowflake. This idea fit perfectly with my needs and I'm quite pleased with the result.
Supplies: Stamp - More Merry Messages; Paper - Tempting Turquoise, Whisper White; Embossing Folder - Northern Flurry; Embossing Powder - Iridescent Ice; Framelit - Window Frames Collection; Ribbon - Whisper White Organza; Jewels - Rhinestones

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Beyond the Secret Garden

I'm making a batch of cards to be given as a birthday gift. Although I used a retired Designer Series Paper, the design is easy to use with other DSP. I'm using this paper because I think the person who will be receiving the cards will enjoy the color and pattern.
Supplies: Paper - Whisper White,Wild Wasabi, Beyond the Garden (DSP-ret.); Ink - Pacific Point, Wild Wasabi; Stamps & Framelits - Secret Garden; Embossing Folders - Perfect Polka Dots, Stripes. Special Technique - Faux Washi Tape

Sunday, December 9, 2012


I made this card using The Paper Players' Challenge #125 as my color inspiration. Honestly, I would never have put these colors together, and I really struggled with the layout. In the end, I admit, I like the way it turned out.
Supplies: Stamp: Thoughts & Prayers; Ink: Cherry Cobbler; Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake and Pool Party; Ribbon: Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin; Embossing Folders: Flower Garden and Square Lattice; Framelits: Apothecary Accents; Jewels: Pearls

They're In The Mail! - Almost

My Christmas cards are created, signed, addressed, stamped, and ready to be dropped at the post office on my way to work. I had a lot of fun creating different styles and selecting the right card for the right person/family.

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Gift Card Holder

I needed a gift card holder, so I decided to make it. Although, it is very simple to make, it does take a bit of time cutting and scoring. I do feel it turned out very nice. and will make the gift card a bit more special.
 This is the front view of the holder. 
The base is Cherry Cobbler, with a layer of Early Espresso and Deck the Halls DSP (ret.)
I topped it off with Always Artichoke seam binding
The ornaments on the inside were punched using the Ornament punch.
I also used sticky backed Velcro (non SU!) for the closure.
These two ornaments were created using the Framelits' Holiday Ornaments.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Eagle In Wilderness

One of my nephews' birthdays is right around the corner. He is a wonderful young man, a husband and a Marine. Unfortunately, he lives quite a ways away, so I haven't seen him in a while. This is the card I made to send him for his special day.
Supplies: Stamp - In Wilderness (ret.); Ink - Chocolate Chip; Paper - Always Artichoke, More Mustard, Early Espresso Core'Dinations, Natural Composition DSP; Accessories - Hemp Twine, Woodgrain embossing folder.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Indigo Flowers

I'm not usually partial to sketch challenges, but this one really appealed to me. I found this challenge at Addicted to Stamps and More!. After you're done here, check out their sight to see some great samples.
Supplies: Stamps - Field Flowers, Perfectly Preserved; Ink - Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Pool Party; Paper - Island Indigo, Pool Party, Whisper White; Ribbon - Lucky Limeade Ruffled; Framelits - Bitty Banners, Cannery Set; Jewels - Pearls (colored with Island Indigo; Embossing Folder - Fancy Fan

Monday, November 26, 2012

Stippled Blossom Birthday

I purchased the Stippled Blossoms stamp set at least a month ago and finally pulled it off the shelf to play with. I am very pleased with the outcome. This is a beautiful stamp set and am now kicking myself for waiting so long to utilize it.
Supplies: Stamps - Elementary Elegance (ret.), Stippled Blossoms; Paper - Island Indigo, Whisper White; Ink - Gumball Green, Island Indigo, Lucky Limeade, Pool Party; Punch - Curly Label; Ribbon - Lucky Limeade Ruffled

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Christmas Lodge

I made this card last year for Christmas. However, since I didn't have my blog last year, I decided to share now. I'll be gone for a few days for Thanksgiving and felt a need to create one more post.
The stamp set is from Christmas Lodge. I know I got this design from someone else, but I no longer have her information.

Wishing everyone a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Hanging Ornaments

Who knew making a black and white card with a cut-out would be such a challenge for me. However, that's the challenge posted at Black Tie Friday's. Of course, that's the purpose of challenges; getting myself to try new ideas.
Supplies: Stamps - More Merry Messages; Paper - Basic Black, Silver Glimmer, Whisper White, Mocha Morning DSP (ret.); Ink - Whisper White; Punches - Ornament, Snowflake (ret.); Framelits - Holiday Ornaments; Ribbon - Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin; Jewels - Rhinestone

Saturday, November 17, 2012


I'm having more fun playing challenges. This week, I'm combining two challenges. One is from Dynamic Duos and the other, a brand new challenge blog, Addicted to CAS. In addition to combining the two challenges, I made the card for a friend whose birthday is this week.
Supplies: Stamp - Elementary Elegance (ret.); Paper - Basic Black, Marina Mist and Whisper White; Ink - Marina Mist; Embossing Folder - Northern Flurry; Punch - Curly Label; Ribbon - Whisper White Organza; Jewels - Rhinestones; Embossing Powder - Iridescent Ice

Friday, November 16, 2012

Country Pines

I needed to make a couple of "masculine" cards for November birthdays. I decided I wanted to use the truck from the Countryside stamp set. Of course, the Lovely As A Tree stamp set works really well with the truck. Then, I went searching for inspiration. Fortunately, I found Lisa Hensley's "Countryside 3 copy" card posted on the Stampin' Up! demonstrator site. I did a little masking with the truck and the pine tree in front, to give it a little depth.

This is one of the two cards I created (the second is almost identical):
Supplies: Stamps: Countryside and Lovely As A Tree; Paper: Early Espresso Core'dinations card stock and Orchard Harvest DSP; Ink: Always Avocado , Bashful Blue, Chocolate Chip, and River Rock; Watercolor Wonder - Pacific Point and Real Red; Ribbon - Crumb Cake Taffeta; Embossing Folder - Woodgrain; Embossing Powder - Clear

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Warmest Birthday Wishes

As I previously posted, I am following the color challenge going on at The Paper Players. I've utilized their color selection to make my cards this week. Although I'm using the same colors for each card, that is the only common thread.

This is my third card:
Supplies: Stamps - Blooming With Kindness; Ink - Bravo Burgundy, More Mustard; Paper - Bravo Burgundy, More Mustard, Old Olive, Very Vanilla, and First Edition dsp.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Serene Shadows

As I posted yesterday, I've decided to follow the color challenge going on over at The Paper Players. I'm utilizing their color selection to make my cards this week. Although I'm using the same colors for each card, that is the only common thread.

This is my second card:

Supplies: Stamps - Serene Silhouettes; Ink - Bravo Burgundy, More Mustard, Old Olive; Paper - Bravo Burgundy, More Mustard, Old Olive, Very Vanilla; Punch - Ribbon Border; Jewels - Pearls

Monday, November 12, 2012

For You

There's a color challenge going on over at The Paper Players. I've decided to utilize their color selection to make my cards this week. Although I'm using the same colors for each card, that is the only common thread.

This is the first for the week:
Supplies: Stamps - Everything Eleanor, Layered Labels; Ink - Bravo Burgundy, More Mustard, Old Olive; Paper - Old Olive, Whisper White; Framelits - Apothecary Accents; Embossing Powder - Clear.

Friday, November 9, 2012


I admit it, I have fallen in love with this layout. I am in the process of making a batch of cards and this layout allows me to play with stamps and colors and still allows the cards to work together. Here are just a couple that I've made so far.

Supplies: Stamp - Serene Silhouettes; Paper - Pacific Point, Rich Razzleberry (bottom), Whisper White, and International Bazaar DSP; Ink - Pacific Point; Ribbon -  Pacific Point Grosgrain Stitched and Lucky Limeade Ruffle (top); Embossing Folder - Fancy Fan

Kris McIntosh give a great tutorial on how to create these, and can be found at Stamping with Kris.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Triple Christmas Treat

I already posted the Candy Cane card, but wanted to show all three of the cards I made over the weekend. This was a really easy card to stamp and cut out in advance. I had a great weekend with friends and family, and was able to get lots of Christmas cards completed.
Information to make this card can be found at Stamping with Kris.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Candy Canes!

I found a card similar to this one (very minimal changes) on Pinterest. So many great ideas there. I knew immediately, this would be a simple card to make, and easily make a beautiful batch of cards I would be proud to send to friends and family. The sample I saw was made by Kris McIntosh and can be found at Stamping with Kris.

I'm going to my sister's this weekend for crafting, so I've cut all the parts and pieces, so have everything ready to go. As long as I don't run out of adhesive, I should be okay.
Supplies: Stamps - Scentsational Season; Paper - Basic Gray, Whisper White, and Polka Dot Parade DSP; Ink - Real Red; Ribbon - Basic Grey Grosgrain Stitched; Framelits - Holiday Collection

Sunday, October 28, 2012

A Birthday Card

I enjoy receiving birthday cards, and sending them too. Some cards I have made in advance and I can pull out a card that suits the recipient's personality. Other times, I want to make a card especially for a particular person. When I started making this card, it was for no one in particular (I didn't even know it would be a birthday card). Then I realized, as I was finishing it up, who it would be going to. I just love when that happens!
Supplies: Stamps - Elementary Elegance (ret. Happy Birthday) and Everything Eleanor; Paper - Bravo Burgundy, Garden Green, Not Quite Navy and Very Vanilla; Ink - Bravo Burgundy and Garden Green; Accessories - the sentiment was cut from Apothecary Accents Framelit and the ribbon was punched from the Ribbon Border punch,

This card was inspired by Lynn Starzl's Watercolor Winter card I saw on the Stampin' Up! demonstrator site..

Friday, October 26, 2012

Distressed in Stitches

I just recently started following Black Tie Friday's blog. This week I have decided to try my hand at Challenge #7. The challenge is to make a distressed card with stitching on it. My problem - I have never "stitched" a card. My solution - "faux stitching". I used the paper piercing tool to pierce the holes then "stitch" lines using Stampin' Write markers.

Supplies: Stamp - Serene Silhouettes; Paper - Basic Black, Not Quite Navy and Whisper White; Ink - Basic Black and Not Quite Navy (stitching) ; Accessories - Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Vintage Faceted Designer Button, and Pearl Jewel (colored with black Sharpie and heat-set).

Thursday, October 25, 2012


A family friend has retired from the fire service and will be having a retirement party in a couple of weeks. As soon as we found out about the celebration, my husband asked me if I would be making a card. Of course!
Supplies: Stamps - Delightful Dozen, Happy Hour; Ink - Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Old Olive, Pacific Point, Real Red, Tangerine Tango; Paper - Daffodil Delight, Pacific Point, Whisper White; Accessories - Rhinestone Jewels; Punches - 1 1/4" and 1 3/8" Squares

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Inspired by Nature

I was so bummed when SU! retired this stamp set. However, I have decided I'm not retiring from using it. There are a lot of wonderful, current stamps, which I use the majority of the time. I'm just glad I can still spend time with some of my old friends.
Supplies: Stamps - Inspired by Nature; Paper - Bravo Burgundy and More Mustard; Ink - Bravo Burgundy and More Mustard; Ribbon - Always Artichoke seam binding. For a great bow-making tutorial, check out this video

Monday, October 22, 2012

Three More Cheers!

I made a card similar to this one and sent it to a friend for her birthday. Therefore, I needed to make another one, "just in case." The previous one had a more summery look, whereas this one has more autumn-like colors.
Supplies: Stamps - Happy Hour; Paper - Chocolate Chip, Whisper White, International Bazaar DSP, and Polka Dot Parade DSP; Ink - Lucky Limeade, Pacific Point, and Tangerine Tango; Jewels - Rhinestones (one I colored with a purple Sharpie and heat-set it).

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Triple Butterflies

I haven't played with the Triple Time technique in a while. I just love the bright colors and how they all compliment each other.
Supplies: Stamps - Blooming With Kindness and Papillon Potpourri; Ink - Calypso Coral, Island Indigo and Summer Starfruit; Paper - Gumball Green; Accessories - White Baker's Twine, Vintage Faceted Button, Elegant Butterfly punch; Technique - Triple Time.

Well, I'm off for a long weekend with my husband, good friends, and Dominoes (no, not the pizza)! Wishing you an enjoyable, fun-filled weekend too.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Warmest Birthday Wishes!

I've got a friend and niece whose birthdays are this month. This is one of the cards I made to send. Unfortunately, the Designer Series Paper (DSP) and the ribbon are retired. However, the layout is one of my favorites. For the frame around the sentiment, I cut the shape with the Apothecary Accents, then cut them in half lengthwise.

Supplies: Stamps - Blooming with Kindness; Paper - Calypso Coral, Island Indigo, Very Vanilla, and Everyday Enchantment DSP (ret.); Ink - Island Indigo; Framelits - Apothecary Accents; Ribbon - Calypso Coral Everyday Enchantment Organdy (ret.); Punch - Ribbon Border; Jewels - Pearls (Can you find all the pearls? There are four of them.)

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Sharing in Sorrow

Okay, so no one likes to make these cards. If you're like me, you only make them when you need one. This card is 8-1/2" x 11" (folded in half), so lots of co-workers will have an opportunity to sign it.

Supplies: Stamps - Serene Silhouettes, and Thoughts & Prayers; Paper - Always Artichoke (7-7/8" x 4-7/8"), Crumb Cake (8-1/4" x 5-1/4", and 5" x 3-3/4"), and Very Vanilla (8-1/2" x 11" (folded in half), and 4-1/4" x 3"), plus enough Crumb Cake and Very Vanilla for the sentiment; Ink: Always Artichoke; Framelits - Apothecary Accents; Jewels - Pearls.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Holly & Poinsettias

This idea just came to me, to use the Watercolor Winter stamp set with this layout. I'm pleased with the way it turned out. The best part, I used up a lot of scrap paper.

Supplies: Stamps - Watercolor Winter; Ink - Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, Crumb Cake, Old Olive, Real Red and Soft Suede; Paper - Always Artichoke and Cherry Cobbler; Ribbon - Cherry Cobbler Seam Binding; Punches - 1-1/4" and 1-3/8" square punches.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Jars of Flowers

I needed a couple of Thank You cards and decided to use a format I previously used. So, if these seem familiar, they probably are. I changed up the colors and made other adjustments, and am pretty-happy with the results.

Supplies: Stamps - Field Flowers and Perfectly Preserved; Paper - Calypso Coral and Island Indigo, and Always Artichoke and More Mustard; Ink - the "water" in both jars is Pool Party, the blue flowers are Island Indigo over Bashful Blue, the yellow flowers are More Mustard  over So Saffron, the stems on both in Always Artichoke and the Thank You tags are Calypso Coral and More Mustard; Embossing Folder - Fancy Fan; Ribbon - Calypso Coral Everyday Enchantment Organdy (ret.) and Ruffled Ribbon, and Always Artichoke Seam Binding.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Iridescent Ornaments

I just love playing with the Iridescent Ice embossing powder. This is a super-easy card to make.

Supplies: Stamps - Ornament Keepsakes; Framelits - Holiday Ornaments; Embossing Folder - Fancy Fan; Ink - Garden Green and Riding Hood Red; Paper - Garden Green, Riding Hood Red and Whisper White; Eyelet punch and Iridescent Ice embossing powder.

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Stockings Were Hung. . .

Twas the Night Before Christmas is my all-time favorite Christmas Eve bedtime story. As a child, my mom would read the book to my sister and me every Christmas Eve. As we got older, my sister and I could recite most of the book by heart. When I made this card last year, it reminded me of the book, and still does.
I made this card using the Stitched Stockings stamp, the Stocking Builder punch, and the garland was created using Little Leaves Sizzlits.

What Christmas memories do you have from your childhood?

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Thank You Kindly

I am having so much fun playing with the Perfectly Preserved stamp set. Primarily, the Mason jar. I can use it to pour things out, or fill it up. Today, I decided to fill it with some water and throw in some Field Flowers.

Supplies: Stamps - Field Flowers and Perfectly Preserved; Paper - Midnight Muse, Summer Starfruit and Whisper White; Ink - all the 2012-14 In Colors (Gumball Green, Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals, Raspberry Ripple and Summer Starfruit), and Pool Party; Embossing Folder - Fancy Fan: Framelits - Cannery Set; Ribbon - Summer Starfruit Satin Stitched.

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Antique Poinsettias

I got to mix a little new with some old. New stamp set and embossing folder, with an older (not retired) stamp set and embellishments.

Supplies: Stamps - Watercolor Winter (new) and Teeny Tiny Wishes (old); Paper - Always Artichoke, Chocolate Chip and Very Vanilla; Ink - Always Artichoke, Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive and Real Red; Embellishments - Woodgrain embossing folder, Antique brad and Pearls (colored with Stampin' Write markers, and Cherry Cobbler Quilted Satin ribbon (ret.).

I tend to use traditional Christmas colors. What colors do you use?

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Saturday Afternoon Surprises

Today was a perfect day, considering it's the first day of autumn. I started off the day pampering myself, getting my nails done. After I got home, I thought my husband and I were going to be cleaning out our shed (with fresh nails - yikes!!!). Fortunately, he had a better idea. We went for a ride on our motorcycles. Surprise #1!

Okay, so we only ran errands and went to lunch, but it was sure better than cleaning out the shed; the added plus was that my nails survived! Unfortunately, now I have to clean the shed tomorrow after I get home from church.

Surprise #2: We got home early enough from the ride for me to spend some quality time in my card room (yay!!!). Obviously, by looking at the card I made, I'm in denial about the calendar telling me it's fall.

Supplies: Stamps - Mixed Bunch and Friendly Phrases; Paper - Gumball Green, Midnight Muse and Whisper White; Ink - Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals and Raspberry Ripple; Blossom punch; Labels Collection Framelit; paper punch, Dahlias and Pearls. (This card was inspired by a card made by Deborah Smart.)

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Quad Time Butterflies

I saw this technique (Quadruple Time Stamping) a few weeks ago and finally sat down to try my hand at it. Because this is my first attempt, I decided to keep it simple. Like the Triple Time technique, it's super simple.

Supplies: Stamps - Flowering Flourishes and Papillon Potpourri; Paper - Rich Razzleberry, Sahara Sand, and Very Vanilla; Ink - Rich Razzleberry and Sahara Sand; Punch - Elegant Butterfly; Jewels - Pearls and Rhinestones.

After you try this technique yourself, please send me a link. I'd love to see your take on this style.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

3 Cheers!

I made these cards using Stampin' Up!'s Happy Hour stamp set. I hope you enjoy them.

Supplies:  Stamps - Happy Hour; Paper - Lucky Limeade, Melon Mambo, Pacific Point, and International Bazaar DSP; Ink - Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Melon Mambo, Pacific Point; Punches - Lace Ribbon, Extra Large Oval; Ribbon - So Saffron Grosgrain (ret.), Lucky Limeade Ruffle; Rhinestone jewels

Supplies: Stamps - Happy Hour; Paper - Raspberry Ripple, and Polka Dot Parade and Orchard Harvest DSP; Ink - Lucky Limeade, Marina Mist, More Mustard and Raspberry Ripple; Rhinestone jewels.

Thanks for looking!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Butterflies are Free to Fly

I just received some new stamps, and had to play with them.

Supplies: Stamps - Papillon Potpourri, Perfectly Preserved and Watercolor Winter (grass); Colors - Old Olive, Pacific Point and Pumpkin Pie; Pearl jewels

Supplies: Stamps - Papillon Potpourri and Perfectly Preserved; Bitty Banners Framelit; Elegant Butterfly punch; Top Note Sizzlit; Colors - Daffodil Delight, Old Olive, Pacific Point and Pumpkin Pie; Clear and Iridescent Ice embossing powder; Crystal Effects; Rhinestone jewels.

Monday, September 10, 2012

World Treasures

It's difficult to tell, but I used clear embossing powder on the peacock and SU!'s new Iridescent Ice embossing powder on the sentiment. Other supplies are: Stamps - World Treasures; Framelits - Apothecary Accent; Ink - Daffodil Delight, Lucky Limeade, Pacific Point, Raspberry Ripple; Paper - Pacific Point, Raspberry Ripple, Very Vanilla, International Bazaar DSP; Paper Piercing; Pearl jewels.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Fall Is In The Air

Gently Falling at Nature's Pace

Supplies: Stamps - Gently Falling and Nature's Pace (sentiment); Ink/Paper - Always Artichoke, Bravo Burgundy, Cajun Craze, Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso, Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie; Ribbon - Always Artichoke and Victoria Lace; Decorative Label punch, Clear embossing powder.

Gently Falling - My Friend

I just love this pumpkin! I found it on Pinterest, created by Vicki B. The layering technique of the card is called Triple Time, and is super easy.

Supplies: Stamps - Gently Falling and My Friend (ret.); Colors - Always Artichoke, Cajun Craze and More Mustard on Very Vanilla; Extra Large Oval punch; Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.
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