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Like CHRISTMAS!

I've been working on Christmas cards for this year. Here's just a few I created this week. Some were inspired by Pinterest. Others are from my own imagination.
This 1st card was created for a challenge for a group I belong to on FaceBook. We could only use blue and white. Nailed it!
Echo Park Paper Co. - Hello Winter Collection of paper and stickers.

#2 was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest. The teardrops are actually the wings from Stampin' Up! Bird Builder Punch.

#3 Inspired once again by Pinterest.

#4 Was created using the dies from Stampin' Up! Santa's Sleigh and the stamps from Santa's Sleigh. This card opens to the full width of 8 1/2 ".

the middle is open to display a dangling ornament. 

#5 is my own design. Stampin' Up! Stamps Beautiful Season and Dina Wakley Scribbly Birds for the sentiment on cover.

Inside sentiment is from More Merry Messages from Stampin' Up!

#6 Another of my own designs. Decorative vellum is fro…

PPCM&SGFB Giveaway

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GIVE AWAY!!! For Paper Paws Swap Group ONLY!!!
This is a card I made for a give Away. All you have to do is pick a number between 1 and 1000. I asked hubs to pick the number, write it down and slip it into an envelope. On October 22 I will reveal the winning number. If your number is picked I will mail this card to you. Easy Peasy, Lemon Squeasy! Now get picking!


For this card, I used Distress inks on whisper white cardstock. I used a Ranger blending tool to apply ink in a circular motion. The pinks were applied to the upper portion of the cs leaving a pale space for the sun. I punched a circle in a piece of post it paper. Then used a yellow ink and the blending tool to make my sun. Then I tore the paper to make the misty yellow on the sides of the sun. I then used the blending tool and some green ink on the bottom portion of the cs. I used some rock stamps to stamp the rocks in a medium brown. Then I went over them with the highlight stamps in Momento Black. I then used the black Mome…