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Stampin' Up! Nothing Sweeter Winter Birthday!

Hey there! After I CASEd the Nothing Sweeter "Shop By Project" card from my online store, it really lit my creative fire! I have three more cards to share with you this week, starting with this one for a winter Birthday!


I used a clean and fresh color combo of Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo, and Whisper White. I embossed the white background layer with the Swirls & Curls Textured Impressions Embossing Folder for a festive, almost "frosting" look!


 The present stamps is two separate images. I stamped the ink once on scrap paper before stamping on a white piece of card stock, then I stamped the darker outline, the two middle "ribbon" lines, and the squiggle. Adding rhinestones is the perfect finishing touch!


 I repeated the same process (stamping-off for the solid image, full strength for the outline) with Melon Mambo for the center present. I masked the center before stamping the stars.

This present was the easiest. I stamped off the solid image, stamped the outlines, then stamped the snowflake center. I finished with a little masking to stamp the edges and a rhinestone in the center.


 I chose a greeting from Another Wonderful Year, stamping first in Bermuda Bay and then in Melon Mambo. I cut out "CELEBRATE" with my Paper Snips to adhere to the phrase.


 Inside I used a sentiment from Lift Me Up.


 I remembered to stamp my envelope too!


Here's the supply list for my project:

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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