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Hey there! I try to make a special card for each of my grandchildren's birthdays, so when Oakley had his 3rd birthday, I made his card to match his party plates!


The plate:


I used the Gift Card Envelope and Trims Die to make the body of the ship:

I cut off one long and one short side of the envelope for the two ship levels:

I embossed with the Woodgrain folder for texture:
I created the skull and cross bones with the Owl Builder Punch and some thin hand-cut strips.


I made matching gift cards for Logan and Ben to give him money:


Sentiments courtesy of Birthday Banners and Thoughtful Banners.


Stripey sailboats courtesy of Swirly Bird.


Basic Black, Pacific Point, Soft Sky, Real Red, and Whisper White is such a pirate-y color combo!


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Remember while shopping:

All orders of any amount (except Online Class Orders) will receive a Thank You Project Packet in the mail.

 Check the Clearance Rack for savings of up to 60%!

When your order is at least $35 (before tax & shipping) and you use the July Hostess Code: MJH3FU42 you will receive the “Fresh Fruit” July Online Class; six COMPLETED cards, two each of three designs, with envelopes and instructions, FREE!

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 When your order (before tax & shipping) reaches $150, DON’T USE THE HOSTESS CODE, because you can choose free Stampin' Rewards starting at 10% of the total. You will still receive the monthly online class cards.  

TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY!!!!!!                  


That’s all for now, until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! Day!

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