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Hey there! In past years I hardly ever stamped with the Host sets, but this year's catalog has some really good ones! I've already used the Tranquil Tulips for my Open House, and In the City for a wedding card, so it was easy to use it again to make a baby card! Lately I've been making two cards as I make one so I will have a spare I can bear to part with and actually mail! lol! I used the same color combo, Blushing Bride, Crumb Cake, and Shimmery White for today's cards:


I again punched Blushing Bride with the Starburst Punch to mount the Crumb Cake stamped house and the Blushing Bride stamped stork. Powder Pink 1/2" Finely Woven Ribbon coordinated perfectly!


I accented the "special delivery" In the City greeting with a Blushing Bride flower punched with the Tree Builder Punch.












Inside I used "Welcome Baby" from the new Special Celebrations set. I find I'm using this set SO MUCH!


Just a simple $150 order is all it takes to be able to choose In the City as part of your Host Rewards. To place your order for Special Celebrations and all of the supplies to make this baby card, go to my online store:

Remember while shopping:

All online orders receive a Thank You card.

Every $25 online order (before tax & shipping) using the June Host Code: CVSQFA2W  will receive three pre-cut card kits and instructions.

Check out the Clearance Rack while you are there!

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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Carol carriveau

Sooo sweet and delicate!

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