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Stampin Up! Sunday Swap Day November 4th!

Hey there and welcome to the first Sunday Swap Day of November! I'm leaving for the Stampin' Up! 30th Anniversary OnStage Event in Orlando, Florida in less than two days! I still have packing and swap creation to do! Eeeek! It's a long car ride( 6 of us in my team member's van, plus 3 flying), so I plan to finish them on the way. Tomorrow is a Darcy day, but this is doable!

A big reason I swap every month is because I love sharing swaps with you! Today's are with Limited-Edition Snow is Glistening stamps and Snowfall Thinlets. Have you ordered yours yet? They're only while-supplies-last, so don't wait!

First, Susan Legits used an AquaPainter to add bold strokes of Bermuda Bay and Blueberry Bushel to Watercolor Paper to create a background for the Snowfall Thinlets snowflakes.


 She adhered the snowflake to the watercolor background with a Multipurpose Adhesive Sheet applied to the card stock BEFORE cutting with the Snowfall Thinlet.


 Next,  an anonymous stamper used the Swirls & Curls Textured Impressions Embossing Folder to emboss wax paper to create the Wax Paper Resist technique on the Bermuda Bay background. She also added a Limited-Edition Snowflake Trinket to the center.


 Just lovely!


 Finally, Susie Wood used a new technique, Frosted Clear Block, with Prussian Blue Brusho Crystal Colour to create this gorgeous background!


 I can't wait to try this one!



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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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