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Stamp Review Crew -- Window Shopping

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Hello!  Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop featuring the Window Shopping stamp set.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

The Stamp Review Crew is an international group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who gather for a blog hop the first and third Mondays of the month to review a single stamp set.  The number of participants varies from hop to hop, but the ideas are plentiful as we take a stamp set through its paces.  By the time you've traveled through the hop, you are sure to find a number of innovative ways to use the featured stamp set.  So sit back, relax, and get ready to start pinning ideas to your Pinterest board!

To see the line up of artists for this week's hop, click here.  If you've already joined the hop and are traveling forward, you've arrived from Karen's blog where you were presented with an amazing project to inspire your creativity.  If you're traveling backwards through the hop, you've seen Holly's project and are ready to CASE! (Copy And Share Everything)

I have three projects to share with you.

My first project uses the window box framelit decorated with a daisy.  It doesn't really need a whole lot of embellishment because the Foil Frenzy Specialty Designer Series Paper is so bright and shiny.

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  Window Shopping, Daisy Delight; Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Lemon Lime Twist, Powder Pink; Cardstock:  Lemon Lime Twist, Whisper White; Designer Series Paper:  Foil Frenzy Specialty; Embellishments:  Clear Faceted Gems; Adhesives:  Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals, Multipurpose Liquid; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Daisy punch, Big Shot w/Magnetic Platform, Window Box Thinlits

Rather than decorate three boxes, I decided to see if I could use the thinlits included with the Window Box Thinlits to create cards.  This first card uses one of the smaller thinlits that was designed to die cut a side of the window box.  The colors you see under the die cut birthday candles are ribbons:  Lemon Lime Twist, Calypso Coral, and Island Indigo Ombre for the candle bodies and Crushed Curry Mini Chevron for the flames.  Lining up the ribbons and the Pick A Pattern Washi tape is easy when you use Grid Paper.

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  Window Shopping; Inks:  Memento Tuxedo Black, Bermuda Bay; Stampin' Write Markers:  2017-2018 In Color (Lemon Lime Twist), 2016-2018 In Color (Dapper Denim), Subtles (Calypso Coral); Cardstock:  Basic Black, Bermuda Bay, Crushed Curry, Whisper White, Gold Foil Sheets; Embellishments:  Calypso Coral Ombre ribbon, Island Indigo Ombre ribbon, Lemon Lime Twist Ombre ribbon, Crushed Curry Mini Chevron ribbon, Pick A Pattern Washi Tape; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Classic Label Punch, Grid Paper, Big Shot w/Multipurpose Platform, Window Box Thinlits

This last project took a little more time as I used the window box lid thinlit to create a mask (from Window Sheets) that I utilized in two ways:  the first was for applying embossing paste and the second was for sponging color onto the dry embossing paste. 

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  Window Shopping; Inks:  Emerald Envy, Fresh Fig, Lemon Lime Twist, Night of Navy, Peekaboo Peach; Cardstock:  Night of Navy, Very Vanilla, Window Sheets; Designer Series Paper:  Naturally Eclectic; Embellishments:  Metallic Enamel Shapes, Burlap ribbon, Peekaboo Peach Crinkle Seam Binding ribbon; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Sponge Daubers, Embossing Paste, Palette Knives, Decorative Ribbon Border punch, Big Shot w/Multipurpose Platform and Magnetic Platform, Window Box Thinlits, Layering Circles Framelits

I'll be sharing the how-to's for these projects very soon, so be sure to return to see the liners for the inside sentiment areas for each of these projects and the coordinating decorated envelopes.  

Be sure to visit all the stops on this week's hop to find more ideas for using the images included in the Window Shopping stamp set for your projects.  Just click on the NEXT or PREVIOUS buttons below to continue.

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Here's the listing of all the artists on the hop:

  1. Betty Traciak 
  2. Holly Stene 
  3. Martha Inchley
  4. Dawn Tidd 
  5. Charlet Mallett
  6. Ann Schach 
  7. Nikki Spencer 
  8. Twila Davis
  9. Bronwyn Eastley 
  10. Tanya Boser
  11. Juana Ambida
  12. Karen Gooch 
  13. Mickey Roberts
  14. Holly Krautkremer 

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Stamp Review Crew -- This Little Piggy

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Hello!  Welcome to the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop featuring the This Little Piggy stamp set.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

The Stamp Review Crew is an international group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators who gather for a blog hop the first and third Mondays of the month to review a single stamp set.  The number of participants varies from hop to hop, but the ideas are plentiful as we take a stamp set through its paces.  By the time you've traveled through the hop, you are sure to find a number of innovative ways to use the featured stamp set.  So sit back, relax, and get ready to start pinning ideas to your Pinterest board!

To see the line up of artists for this week's hop, click here.  If you've already joined the hop and are traveling forward, you've arrived from Charlet's blog where you were presented with an amazing project to inspire your creativity.  If you're traveling backwards through the hop, you've seen Bronwyn's project and are ready to CASE! (Copy And Share Everything)

I have three projects to share with you.

My first card uses some masking and the Stamp-a-ma-jig to create the greeting under the piggy.  It also has a surprise on the inside with a movement mechanism.  You'll want to come back next week to see what that looks like and how easy it is to make.

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  This Little Piggy; Inks:  Basic Black Archival, Melon Mambo, Old Olive, Soft Suede, Tangerine Tango; Cardstock:  Powder, Pink, Thick Whisper White, Whisper White; Embellishments:  Burlap Ribbon; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Blender Pens

My second card features my first foray into Embossing Paste to create the cloudy sky for the flying piggy.  I've been hesitating to use this medium, so using the "She Believed She Could..." sentiment was apropos for this card.

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  This Little Piggy; Inks:  Basic Black Archival; Cardstock:  Dapper Denim, Powder Pink, Whisper White, Silver Foil Sheets, Shimmery White; Designer Series Paper:  Color Theory Pack; Embellishments:  Silver 1/8" ribbon; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Mini Glue Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Embossing Paste, Palette Knives, Pattern Party Decorative Masks

My third card features some water coloring for this speckled piggy.

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Supplies I used for this project -- 

Stamps:  This Little Piggy; Inks:  Basic Black Archival, Old Olive, Powder Pink, Smoky Slate, Soft Suede; Cardstock:  Old Olive, Powder Pink, Soft Suede, Watercolor Paper; Designer Series Paper:  Delightful Daisy; Embellishments:  Burlap Ribbon, Glitter Enamel Dots; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Aquapainters, Big Shot w/Magnetic Platform, Layering Ovals Framelits, Stitched Shapes Framelits; Non-Stampin' Up!:  Post-It Note

I'll be sharing the how-to's for these projects very soon, so be sure to return to see the liners for the inside sentiment areas for each of these projects and the coordinating decorated envelopes.  

Be sure to visit all the stops on this week's hop to find more ideas for using the images included in the This Little Piggy stamp set for your projects.  Just click on the NEXT or PREVIOUS buttons below to continue.

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Here's the listing of all the artists on the hop:

  1. Rochelle Blok 
  2. Ann Schach 
  3. Natalie Lapakko 
  4. Holly Stene
  5. Holly Krautkremer 
  6. Martha Inchley 
  7. Juana Ambida 
  8. Nikki Spencer 
  9. Dawn Tidd 
  10. Tanya Boser 
  11. Charlet Mallett 
  12. Mickey Roberts
  13. Bronwyn Eastley 
  14. Cindy Elam
  15. Nancy Smith 

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Card Front Builder Thinlits -- Thanks For Being You

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Today's post provides the how-to's for creating one of the cards designed for the Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop featuring the Carols of Christmas stamp set.  To see a line up of all the Stampin' Up! artists who participated in the hop, click here.  To begin the hop, click here.

One of the great things about the Carols of Christmas stamp set is the coordinating Card Front Builder Thinlits.  When you look at the stamp set, you wouldn't think that there would be so many great card building accessories included with the thinlits.  I have to admit that if I hadn't been crazy about the stamp set, I would have ordered the thinlits no matter what.  

Living in Florida doesn't give you a whole lot of insight into Winter; however, thanks to traveling, photos, and movies, I do have a good idea of what a serene Winter scene might look like.  Here's my take.

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This card begins with a card base of Early Espresso cardstock.  A piece of Silver Foil Sheets was die cut with the Big Shot using the embellished frame from the Card Front Builder Thinlits.  Here's how that's done (using a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock--you'll see it incorporated into the card later).

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The embellished frame die cuts one half of the frame at a time.  This is a great feature, because it allows you to make the frame as long as you need it to be.  So the first step is to place the thinlit over one half of the cardstock and run it through the Big Shot (don't forget to put the cutting plate on top of the cardstock/thinlit).  For this example with the Very Vanilla cardstock, I used the Magnetic Plate and ran it through twice.  When cutting the Silver Foil Sheets, I would recommend using the NEW Multipurpose Platform and running it through twice OR using the Precision Base Plate.

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Remove the thinlit from the die cut half of the cardstock.  In addition, remove any die cut pieces that may have become embedded in the thinlit.  Then place the thinlit on the opposite side of the cardstock; lining up the two small dots at the ends of the arms of the thinlit with the two die cut dots on the cardstock AND leaving a smidge of space between the dots.  Then run the sandwich through the Big Shot twice.

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When you remove the thinlit from the cardstock, this is what your frame will look like.  So envisioning this piece of Very Vanilla cardstock as a die cut frame of Silver Foil Sheets, adhere the Silver Foil Sheet frame to the center of the card front.  

A light colored piece of paper from the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Pack was cut to 3-3/16" x 4-1/2" and matted with a piece of Early Espresso cardstock cut to 3-1/4" x 4-9/16".  A strip of Shimmery White cardstock was embossed with the Big Shot using the Softly Falling Textured Impressions Embossing Folder in the more densely embossed area of the folder.  The paper was torn to create two pieces with a bump up on the right sloping down to a thin area and another piece with a bump up on the left sloping down to a thin area.  These two pieces were adhered along the bottom edge of the Wood Textures paper aligning the right, left, and bottom edges of the Shimmer White torn paper flush with the right, left, and bottom edges of the Wood Textures paper.  [Tip:  When adhering heavily embossed paper to a flat surface, it is best to use Multipurpose Liquid adhesive.]

Pieces of Garden Green and Always Artichoke cardstock were die cut with the Big Shot using the evergreen trees thinlits.  The Always Artichoke trees were adhered to the Wood Textures paper with the bases of the trees tucked just below the top edge of the torn embossed paper.  The Garden Green trees were adhered in front of and slightly offset from the Always Artichoke trees to give a hint of depth to the "forest".  Note that some of the Garden Green tree bases are tucked just below the top edge of the torn embossed paper and some sit on top of the torn embossed paper.

Two deer were die cut with the Big Shot using the deer thinlits and Early Espresso cardstock.  The deer were adhered near the lower center in front of the trees to look like they are coming out of the "forest".  

Three silver stars from the Metallic Enamel Shapes were adhered among the trees.

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The "Thanks for being you." greeting, from the Special Celebrations stamp set, was stamped on a narrow strip of Very Vanilla cardstock using Early Espresso ink.  The greeting was adhered at the upper left corner of the Wood Textures paper with the top left corner of the greeting 1/16" from the top and left edges of the Wood Textures paper.  The completed Winter scene was adhered at the center of the Silver Foil Sheets frame.

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The Very Vanilla frame used for the frame die cutting example above was used as the liner for the inside sentiment area of the card.  The "You share so much, so gladly, so often...  I'm blessed to have you in my life." sentiment, from the Special Celebrations stamp set, was stamped at the upper center of the frame using Early Espresso ink.

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A piece of the Wood Textures Designer Series Paper (same color as used for the card front) was adhered to the envelope flap of the Medium Very Vanilla Envelope.  Paper Snips were used to trim the paper to match the edge of the envelope flap.

People who migrate here from the North tend to wax nostalgic about the sparkling cold and breathtaking beauty of Winter "at home" as they walk the beaches and darken their tans during the months of November through April.  I think that their memories are much more pleasant than the reality--which is probably why they Winter in Florida every year.  I have heard, however, that there are people who actually look forward to the snow and cold.  If you are one of those people, I say:  God Bless You!  I'll take my sun, sand, and warm and create Winter scenes.

Card Measurements -- 

Always Artichoke:  2-1/2" x 2-1/2", 2 @ 1-1/2" x 2-1/2"; Early Espresso:  5-1/2" x 8-1/2" scored at 4-1/4" along the 8-1/2" length, 3-1/4" x 4-9/16", 2 @ 1-1/2" x 1-1/2"; Garden Green:  2-1/2" x 2-1/2", 2 @ 1-1/2" x 2-1/2"; Very Vanilla:  9/16" x 2-3/16", 4" x 5-1/4"; Shimmery White:  3" x 4-1/2"; Silver Foil Sheets:  4" x 5-1/4"; Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Pack:  3-3/16" x 4-1/2", 2-1/4" x 6"

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Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Special Celebrations; Inks:  Early Espresso; Cardstock:  Always Artichoke, Early Espresso, Garden Green, Very Vanilla, Shimmery White, Silver Foil Sheets; Designer Series Paper:  Wood Textures Pack; Embellishments:  Metallic Enamel Shapes; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Multipurpose Liquid; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Big Shot w/Multipurpose Platform and Magnetic Platform, Softly Falling Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Card Front Builder Thinlits; Other:  Medium Very Vanilla Envelope


Carols of Christmas -- Peace on Earth

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Today's post provides the how-to's for creating one of the cards designed for the Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop featuring the Carols of Christmas stamp set.  To see a line up of all the Stampin' Up! artists who participated in the hop, click here.  To begin the hop, click here.

When you look at this card at first glance you will likely be reminded of the card in my last post as it takes advantage of "white space" to make an elegant statement.

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This card begins with a card base of Thick Very Vanilla cardstock.  A panel of Very Vanilla cardstock was swiped with the Embossing Buddy and the starry swoop from the Star of Light stamp set was stamped twice using Versamark:  the first stamping has the larger part of the swoop at the upper right corner with the smaller part of the swoop pointing toward the lower left corner, and the second stamping has the larger part of the swoop at the lower left corner and the smaller part of the swoop pointing toward the upper right corner.  [Tip:  When using photopolymer stamps, be sure to place the Stampin' Pierce Mat below the cardstock to achieve the best stamped images.]  The stamped images were covered with Copper Stampin' Emboss powder, the excess tapped back into the container, and the image heat embossed with the Heat Tool.  You can see in the photo below what the panel looks like after it has been embossed.  Don't worry about the overlap of the images at the center as that will be covered up.

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The embossed panel was matted with a slightly larger panel of Fresh Fig cardstock.  A length of Copper Trim was wrapped around the center of the two panels (each wrap is about 1" apart) and tied into a bow near the right center of the panels.  The panels were adhered at the center of the card front.

The "Peace on Earth" sentiment from the Carols of Christmas stamp set was stamped on a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock using Fresh Fig ink.  The words were cut out with Paper Snips:  "Peace", "on" with the lines to the right and left, and "Earth"; trimming closely to the inked areas.  A piece of Copper Foil Sheets was die cut with the Big Shot using the largest of the circle Stitched Shapes Framelits (2-7/8").  The die cut circle was adhered to the left center of the card front with the left edge of the circle 1/8" from the left edge of the Very Vanilla embossed panel.  The "on" with the lines to the right and left was adhered across the center of the circle die cut.  Then the "Peace" and "Earth" were adhered above and below the "on", respectively, using Stampin' Dimensionals.

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The inside sentiment area of the card was stamped with the "May your Season be Peaceful, your New Year be Bright" sentiment from the Star of Light stamp set using Fresh Fig ink.  Once the ink was completed dry (just a couple of seconds), the area was swiped with the Embossing Buddy and the star/cross/diamond/dots image from the Carols of Christmas stamp set was stamped three times around the sentiment using Versamark ink.  The stamped images were covered with Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder, the excess tapped back into the container, and the images heat embossed with the Heat Tool.

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The envelope flap of the Medium Very Vanilla Envelope was randomly stamped with the star/cross/diamond/dots image and the 4 dots in the shape of a diamond image from the Carols of Christmas stamp set using Fresh Fig ink.  [Tip:  Place a scrap sheet of copy paper between the envelope flap and the body of the envelope to ensure that the images stamp only on the envelope flap.]

I love the elegant look of this card and that it uses non-traditional colors to convey a Christmas greeting.  I'll be back soon with the instructions for the final card I designed for the Stamp Review Crew Blog Hop featuring the Carols of Christmas stamp set and coordinating Card Front Builder Thinlits.  That card is all about creating a Winter scene with the thinlits.  I hope you'll stop by to visit!

Card Measurements -- 

Fresh Fig:  4-1/8" x 5-3/8"; Very Vanilla:  4" x 5-1/4", 2-1/2" x 3"; Thick Very Vanilla:  4-1/4" x 11" scored at 5-1/2" along the 11" length; Copper Foil Sheets:  3-1/4" x 3-1/4"; Copper Trim:  20"

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Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Carols of Christmas, Star of Light; Inks:  Fresh Fig, Versamark; Cardstock:  Fresh Fig, Very Vanilla, Thick Very Vanilla, Copper Foil Sheets; Embellishments:  Copper Trim; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Embossing Buddy, Copper Stampin' Emboss Powder, Heat Tool, Big Shot w/Magnetic Platform, Stitched Shapes Framelits; Other:  Medium Very Vanilla Envelope


Carols of Christmas -- Deck the Halls

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Tropical Storm Emily went through our area yesterday and brought us a bunch of rain.  Today it's bright and sunny again.  Very thankful that it was just rain--no winds, no debris, no one hurt, no property damage.  A big win for us!

Today's post provides the how-to's for creating one of the cards designed for the Stamp Review Crew Bonus Hop featuring the Carols of Christmas stamp set.  To see a line up of all the Stampin' Up! artists who participated in the hop, click here.  To begin the hop, click here.

This is the first card I made with the Carols of Christmas stamp set and the coordinating Card Front Builder Thinlits.  To get in the "spirit", I went with the classic Christmas colors of Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green.

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This card begins with a card base of Thick Whisper White cardstock.  A panel of Whisper White cardstock was embossed with the Big Shot using the Holly Textured Impressions Embossing Folder and matted with a slightly larger panel of Cherry Cobbler cardstock.  [Tip:  Use Multipurpose Liquid adhesive to adhere embossed cardstock to flat cardstock.]  These pieces were adhered at the center of the card front.

A piece of Whisper White cardstock was stamped with the "Deck the Halls" image using Cherry Cobbler ink.  The embellished straight line image was stamped above "Deck" and below "Halls" using Garden Green ink.  The cardstock was die cut with the Big Shot using the largest of the squares from the Stitched Shapes Framelits (2-5/8" x 2-5/8").  The square was matted with a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock die cut with the Big Shot using the largest of the scalloped square framelits from the Layering Squares Framelits (3" x 3").  These pieces were adhered at the upper center of the card front with the top, left, and right edges of the scalloped square 1/2" from the top, left, and right edges of the embossed Whisper White cardstock.  [Tip:  Use Multipurpose Liquid adhesive to adhere the flat cardstock to the embossed cardstock.]

Garden Green and Cherry Cobbler Stampin' Write Markers were used to ink the three leaf holly (Garden Green) with berries (Cherry Cobbler) image and stamped onto Whisper White cardstock.  This process was repeated 5 more times.  [Tip:  Be sure to "huff" on the stamp after inking with markers and prior to stamping to remoisten the ink.]  Each of the images were die cut with the Big Shot using the corresponding framelit from the Card Front Builder Framelits.  The holly pieces were adhered at the top right and lower left corners of the "Deck the Halls" Whisper White square.  For each corner, the first two were adhered slightly overlapping each other at the corner of the square using teeny, teeny tiny dots of Multipurpose Liquid adhesive.  The third piece was adhered with a Mini Stampin' Dimensional immediately to the right of the first two pieces in the lower left corner and immediately to the left of the first two pieces in the upper right corner.

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The three ornaments image with the long and narrow ornament hanging lowest was inked with Stampin' Write Markers and stamped near the top left corner:  Basic Black for the strings, Garden Green for the ornament tops, and Cherry Cobbler for the ornaments.  The "Best Wishes for the Season" sentiment, from the Holly Berry Happiness stamp set, was stamped near the upper center using Garden Green ink.

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The three ornaments image with the long and narrow ornament hanging lowest was inked with Stampin' Write Markers and stamped near the top left corner of the Medium Whisper White Envelope flap:  Basic Black for the strings, Garden Green for the ornament tops, and Cherry Cobbler for the ornaments.  The three ornaments image with the long and narrow ornament hanging highest was inked with Stampin' Write Markers and stamped to the right of the previously stamped image on the envelope flap:  Basic Black for the strings, Cherry Cobbler for the ornament tops, and Garden Green for the ornaments.  The first image was re-inked and stamped to the right of the second image and the second image was re-inked and stamped to the right of the first image stamped the second time to create a row of hanging ornaments.

I love that this card came together so quickly.  It's certainly a candidate for an assembly line card; especially if you can bribe a young, strong person to roll the Big Shot for you for the embossed and die cut pieces.  The best part?  It mails with one stamp!  Woohoo!

Card Measurements -- 

Cherry Cobber:  3-1/4" x 3-1/4", 4-1/8" x 5-3/8"; Whisper White:  4" x 5-1/4", 3" x 3", 3 @ 2" x 3"; Thick Whisper White:  4-1/4" x 11" scored at 5-1/2" along the 11" length

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Supplies I used to make this card -- 

Stamps:  Carols of Christmas, Holly Berry Happiness; Inks:  Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green; Stampin' Write Markers:  Regals (Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green), Basic Black; Cardstock:  Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Thick Whisper White; Adhesives:  Fast Fuse, Multipurpose Liquid, Mini Stampin' Dimensionals; Tools:  Stampin' Trimmer, Simply Scored Scoring Tool, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Big Shot w/Multipurpose Platform and Magnetic Platform, Holly Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Card Front Builder Thinlits, Layering Squares Framelits, Stitched Shapes Framelits; Other:  Medium Whisper White Envelope