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Hey there! January is a catch-up month for me. I try to use this month to put away all of my Christmas stuff (except for snowmen, who stay on display until at at least the end of February), as well as try to get some projects done that I don't have time for in the fall.

That said, I'm working right now on stamping projects for the next three months so I am ready when my newest granddaughter arrives on February 3rd (scheduled c-section).  Today I want to share with you the card I created for my Yes Mam! Stamper's meeting last Saturday. We had a Shoebox Swap and had a blast making each other's cards!

For my Shoebox Swap I used the new Under My Umbrella Bundle from page 42 of the Spring Mini Catalog with From My Heart Specialty Designer Series Paper (pg 9 of the Spring Mini) I used the Umbrella Builder Punch to punch out the umbrella and the handle. I used my Paper Snips to cut out the rain boots.


I did a little bit of white heat embossing on the Real Red greeting strip to give a negative-image look to contrast with the blooms I stamped on the white background  with Real Red ink. I dry embossed a layer of Flirty Flamingo with the Beads & Baubles Embossing Folder to give a look of raindrops.

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Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!

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