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Carol Payne Stamps Sunday Swap Day September 30th!

Hey there! In order to keep the swaps shared in line with the upcoming holidays, I need to share 3 remaining Halloween projects before it gets too late!

First, Kelly Acheson used the Toil & Trouble Suite with Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper, Cauldron Bubble stamps, and Spooky Bats Punch for her fun card. She sponged the back side of a Colored Doily with Gorgeous Grape ink and added Black 3/8" Glittered Organdy Ribbon for sparkle!


 The little flap not only holds the card closed, it also provides a space to sign and write your good wishes!


Next, Nancy Juliano used the Cauldron Bubble  bundle with Toil & Trouble Designer Paper to create her pop-up card:


The Cauldron Framelits cut out both the black cat and the cauldron from the Toil & Trouble paper!


Finally, Cathy Miller used Trick or Tweet with Country Lane Designer Series Paper and Layering Squares Framelits for her fun card:

Nancy colored the kitty with Stampin' Blends. See the supply list below for the particular colors!


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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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