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Hey there! Busy weekend, class all day on Saturday with lots of  fun, laughter, and stamping, then most of the family was here for lunch on Sunday. Today I'm a little under the weather with a fresh cold. Seems like I usually get a cold this time of year when the weather changes and we start up the wood stove.

Today I want to share some cute swaps I received recently.

First, Amy Combs created this lovely and soothing card with the Country Home stamp set. She expertly hand-cut the milk can and the flowers before layering on to a pleasing combination of Country Lane and Neutrals Designer Series Paper. She used Mint Macaron, Crumb Cake, Soft Suede, and Early Espresso with Whisper White as her neutral.


Next, Rhonda Bassler created a sparkly fall card with the Falling For Leaves Bundle. After stamping the leaf on a window sheet with StazOn Black ink, she cut it out with a Detailed Leaves Thinlet. After color the design with Stampin' Blends Markers, she layered it over a matching leaf cut from Gold Glimmer Paper. A simple technique but LOTS OF WOW!


Kathy Beck used the Spotlighting Technique with the tried-and-true Sheltering Tree.


Finally, Deb McCahan  created a masterpiece with the Waterfront stamp set. The banner that looks sort of like cork was created with the Faux Suede technique.


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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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