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Stampin' Up! Festival of Trees Part 4!

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Hey there. So sorry for my absence yesterday. It was a hard day in our community. A very dear couple were laid to rest. They had been married for 67 years and went out of this life together last Friday evening when their home exploded from a natural gas leak. They had attended my church for many years and I had the honor of singing for their funeral. An emotional day. Sad but bittersweetly happy at the same time. God is good. They didn't have to miss or mourn each other, we believe they were unconscious from the gas before the explosion, and they entered the gates of Heaven together.

It was a hard day yesterday, so no blogging. But after a good rest last night I'm ready to show you more Festival of Trees swaps today, so here we go:

Rose Marie Coleman chose Island Indigo, Pool Party, and Whisper White for her creation. The Scalloped Tag Topper Punch, Bitty Banners Framelits, Lucky Stars folder, Island Indigo 3/4" Chevron Ribbon, and Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack star all come together to make a really fine card!


Next, Becky Roberts used Typeset Specialty paper for her background, adding Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details, Gold Sequins, and a star from the Basics Hodgepodge Clips. I see a bit of the Lucky Stars embossing folder peeking out behind the tree. This folder is a "must-have" this year!


Finally for today, Karen Trelfa used Lost Lagoon, Soft Sky, and Whisper White for her calm creation, white heat-embossing the trees from White Christmas in the background.


That's all for today. I have one more day's-worth of Festival of Trees ideas to show you, so come back tomorrow, please!

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!






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