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Stampin' Up! Hello Cupcake!

Hey there! I had a swap I needed to create using Sneak Peek Occasions and/or Sale-a-bration goodies, so I used the same background technique with the Life is Grand stamp set that I used on my Stampers Dozen Blog Hop card a few days ago. I stamped the Granny Apple Green background with "make a wish" from Life is Grand with Granny Apple Green ink, the cupcake base with Coastal Cabana, the frosting with Melon Mambo, and "Sweet Wishes" with Granny Apple Green ink.


I cut out the cupcake and the greeting with a new Rectangle Stitched Framelits Die from my Occasions Catalog pre-order, then layered it on a Granny Apple Green and then a Coastal Cabana rectangle.


I added a Melon Mambo Glitter Enamel Dot for a final pop of color.


Inside I stamped a phrase and the sprinkles from Hello Cupcake. I lined the envelope flap with a print from new How Sweet It Is Designer Series Paper. Those gummy bears are sooooo cute!


Here's your shopping list for today. (The top three items in this table won't be available to order until January 3rd)

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Any order placed in my online store between now and Christmas Eve (December 24th) will receive the Peaceful Noel card with an envelope, un-signed so you can mail it yourself, from me for free! I will mail the card to you on the next business day after your place your order.


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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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