Treat Tube in a Card, Featuring the Autumn Harvest Designer Paper

Ok, how fun is this card? Its a card with a treat. I love our Treat Tubes, you can find them on page 53 of the Holiday Catalog. And I’m using my favorite piece from Painted Autumn Designer Series paper pack. Sunflowers are one of my favorite flowers. This is also one of the projects my Cincraft Stampers made a week ago, and it works perfect for this weeks SUO Challenge, give thanks. You can…

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Painted Autumn, Some Scraps from my Work Space

As I was cleaning up my work space, I noticed these 4 or maybe even more little 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ squares. I thought I should use those in a card. If I put them back in with the other paper I will lose them. Why not just whip up a quick card? So that’s what I did. I mounted the 1 1/2″ squares onto a 3 1/2″ Very Vanilla square and then that…

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Merry Patterns, ’tis the SEASON

I’ve been seeing some pretty cute projects with this Exclusive Host Stamp Set. You can get the Merry Patterns Stamp set for FREE with a qualifying order (see end of post for all the details). For my card today I FINALLY used some of the Merry Music Specialty Designer Series Paper. What makes it a “specialty” paper do you ask? Its lightweight. You get 24 sheets, 4 each of 6 double sided designs.  All the…

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Brightly Lit Christmas

My Friend Patty brought this card with her for us to make a while back. Since I don’t have this set, I was super excited. Ok, who am I kidding? I’m always excited to stamp with Patty, no matter what we make…LOL Back to the card, we started with a Thick Whisper White card base, added a Black mat, and then a piece of the Year Of Cheer Specialty Paper. The snowflakes were perfect for…

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Painted Harvest, Patty’s Way

Isn’t this card beautiful? This one was designed by Patty. Its got 6 layers but still a simple design. We started off with a Whisper White card base (you could use the new Thick Very Vanilla too). The flowers were stamped on Whisper White using Daffodil Delight for the first color, then Crushed Curry to add the highlights. The inside of the flowers are Early Espresso as well as the sentiment. We fussy cut the…

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