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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day!

Hey there. We will be leaving the hotel here in Ft Lauderdale, FL to get on the cruise ship in just about an hour, but I wanted to share with you my Sunday swaps:


Becky Nichols created this birdhouse card using the retiring Stripes Textured Impressions Folder and the retiring Small Heart Punch. She used the not-retiring Bird Builder Punch for the birdie and the leaves. Expert sponging gives just the right touches of dimension.

Opening the card shows more dimenson. This is a surprising & fun card!


Karen Kurz used the Envelope Punch Board  and Kaliedoscope Designer Paper to create this fun camera card:


An all-occasion card, Karen left the inside blank to write your own sentiment, but added the adorable little camera cut with one of the On Film Framelits Dies:


Finally, Sherri Beyrer went over-the-top with her shaped piano card!


Sherri used the Word Window Punch for the keys and the Bird Builder Punch for the rose.

Inside Sherri used the new Scalloped Tag Topper Punch to create the music stand. I love it !

That's all for now! It's time to check out of the hotel and head for the boat. I won't have any internet until I get home, which will be late on Mother's Day, so don't look to see anything here until Monday, May 12th. I will be back then with LOTS of sweet cruise pics and cruise swap pics too!

Until then, have a Stampingrox! day!

If you need to order anything while I am gone, you can go to my Online Store HERE.

All images ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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