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Stampin' Up! Tags & Tidings!

Hey there! Well, the annual November cold/sinus infection has struck again. I'm pretty miserable right now. I started coming down with it on Sunday afternoon, and now my head is stuffed and my teeth hurt! I guess I'll have to get my self to the dr soon!

I did pull myself together yesterday and stamped this card with the Tags & Tidings Bundle. Several of the more popular framelits that are bundled with stamps in the Holiday Catalog are selling out or are sold out already, so I'm playing with less-well-know-but-still pretty awesome bundles now!

This card would be perfect for the beginner or the casual stamper; east to create a bunch just in time to mail out for Christmas cards!


After stamping the entire Tags & Tidings image (there's just one BIG image with all of the little tags on it) with Versamark, I sprinkled with White Stampin' Emboss Powder and then melted the powder with my Heat Tool. I then stamped the image again with Cherry Cobbler ink on Whisper White and then cut it out with the Christmas Tags Thinlets Die. The stamp set alone is $17.00 and the thinlet is $28.00. Bundled together they are 10% off at $40.50, but if you don't have a Big Shot and don't mind fussy-cutting you could easily cut most of the tags with Paper Snips. The thinlet even cuts the holes in most of these darling little tags for you!


 Inside I used a sentiment from the Farmhouse Christmas stamp set. An easy-peasy card!


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