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Stampin' Up! Verdant Garden Anniversary!

Hey there! I'm finally getting back into the swing of things! My weekend was full of taking care of three of the four  Hiller Grands, which included blueberry picking with my new daughter-in-law Grace, (lots of fun) and an encounter for Oakley with a skunk (NOT fun)! I plan to keep tomato juice on hand for the future as it DOES work on skunk smell. I'm also keeping my grand-dog, Charlie, while my oldest daughter's family is on vacation, so it's been a regular grandkid/pet hotel around here. I'd give up stamping to do it, and you know how much I love to stamp!

Today I have a card created with the Verdant Garden stamp set and the Stamparatus.

The Stamparatus is a GREAT tool to give you precise placement on your card front, which is particularly important when you are stamping without the benefit of punching or cutting out the greeting with a die.


You can also re-stamp the image in the exact same place if you need better ink coverage. After stamping I embossed the layer with the Subtle 3-D folder.


I added three clear Frosted Flower Embellishements, then added a single pearl in each.


Inside I used a sentiment from Beautiful Bouquet.


Free detailed instructions with measurements and tips to download for today's card:

Download Verdant Garden Anniversary

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Any order placed in my online store through July 31st will receive this Daisy Lane/See A Silhouette card as my thank you:


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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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