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Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day November 1st!

Hey there! Hope you weren't too messed up by the "falling back" we did last night. I like "falling back" in the fall a lot better than "falling forward" in the spring! Which one do you like better?

Today I'm starting off with the tri-fold card by Kathy Johnson with the Dove of Hope Bundle:


Kathy also used a die from the World Map dies on the center fold:


The third fold:


Next, Audra Moncur used the Freezin' Fun Bundle for her creation:


Barb Nagle used the Have a Hoot bundle  to create a cute gift card holder:


Laura Barto used the In the Pines Bundle with Plaid Tidings Designer to create her warm & elegant card:


Janet Johnson Used the Evergreen 3D embossing folder, Brushed Metallic Card Stock, and the Merry Moose Bundle for her creation:


Inside. (not all swaps are stamped on the inside, gasp!)


Rhonda Bassler used the Peaceful nativity Bundle and the Tasteful Textile 3D embossing folder for her awesome Christmas card!


Jan Rodrian used the Snow Wonder Bundle, Evergreen 3D embossing folder, and Snow Time Dies:


Finally, Ruth Bingle combined the Poinsettia Petals Bundle with Poinsettia Place Designer Series Paper for her lovely card:


She cut gold "berries" with Poinsettia Dies to coordinate with the Gold Metallic-Edge Ribbon. She cut the poinsettia from the Plush Poinsettia Specialty Paper and added a Beaded Pearl to the center.



Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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October 26-31


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