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Hey there! Just a quick post before I fall into bed! This is Liam's last night here with us. He goes home with his daddy tomorrow. I will be a little bit sad to see him go. Having him here makes me remember how much I enjoyed having my little ones underfoot. Even though they are a ton of work and you have to keep on your toes every second they are awake, they are TOTALLY WORTH IT!

Today's cards are all created with the Traveler set. Three cards, all with the same set, all by different stampers, all very different:


First, Loraine Duran used a stencil to sponge clouds for the background before stamping the steam engine from Traveler. When we made this card at my Birthday Card Buffet,  we used the top of a Scalloped Tag Topper Punched piece to sponge our clouds.

Inside we stamped a phrase from  Chalk Talk:


Beverlee Morales stamped the train image with Lost Lagoon, then used Postage Due for the background, also stamping on half of a Tea Lace Doily. I love the Lost Lagoon 3/8" Stitched Satin ribbon she accented with a few tiny pearls. The bottom section she scored every 1/8" with the Simply Scored Scoring Tool.


Finally, Dawn Klein stamped three of the 6 images from Traveler with Early Espresso ink. She easily added detail with Lullaby Designer Paper, the Arrows Textured Impressions Folder, and the Dictionary Background stamp. The greeting is from Really Good Greetings, which she accented with a hand-cut banner, a Basic Metal Button, and a bit of Linen Thread.


That's all for now. You can always shop by name for the products used in today's cards. Just enter the name in the search box in my Online Store.

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


All images ©Stampin'Up!™1990-2014


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Carol Carriveau

Thank you Carol for sharing these fabulous cards...they are each wonderful and great ideas for using this great stamp most favorite is the first one, the train looks as though it were flying through the husband and I both love trains and his birthday is this coming Saturday...will have to use the train on his card! TFS!

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