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Hey there! Today is the first full day of the Stampin' Up! OnStage 30th Anniversary Celebration in Orlando Florida! Last night I attended "CentreStage" for demonstrators at the Silver Elite title and above at Disney's Epcot. Pictures will be coming soon!

Today I'm sharing another card inspired by the Nothing Sweeter "Shop By Occasion"  feature in my online store!

I changed the colors from the original posted HERE.

For a homespun look, I used a Crumb Cake, Real Red, Call Me Clover, and Very Vanilla. I stamped a 2" x 4 1/4" Real Red strip with Buffalo Check and black ink.  I love Buffalo Check! In case it retires on January 1st, be sure to order soon!


 I cut the Call Me Clover tree with two tree dies from Sweetly Stitched Framelits. I stamped the lights with Call Me Clover and colored the Pearls with a Dark Crumb Cake Stampin' Blend Marker. The snowflake was cut with a Sweetly Stitched Framelit too!


 I stamped a Real Red greeting, then added the "rick-rack" stitching with a Sweetly Stitched Framelit.


 I tried the greeting in Call Me Clover. Which color do you prefer?


 Crumb Cake colored pearls!


Nothing Sweeter is clear photopolymer so you can stamp accurately. I stamped sentiment first, then the heart. The Very Vanilla layer is 3 1/2" x 4 3/4", and the Real Red mat layer is 3 5/8" x  4 7/8". I love this size for my inside layers because it zeroes in on the sentiment without lots of empty space. It's easier for me to decide how I want to stamp it!



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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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