Using the Handcrafted Elements Dies

Today I am sharing a couple of cards and Ornaments that I made using the Handcrafted Elements Dies in the Fall Stampin’ Up! Catalog! These handmade cards aim to capture the essence of the holiday season, blending classic elements with a touch of modern charm. The die-cut elements add an extra layer of artistry, making …

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Lights AGlow One Sheet Wonder Card Technique

Today I am sharing a Lights AGlow One Sheet Wonder Card Technique! The Stampin’ Up! Lights AGlow Suite in the July to December Catalog is my favorite Holiday set this year! This technique uses one 6×6 piece of the Lights AGlow Specialty Designer paper to cut the main element for 4 beautiful cards! Card Bases: …

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Slimline Poinsettia Place Card

Today I am sharing a Slimline Poinsettia Place Card that I made using the Poinsettia Place Suite of products. I have been seeing these Slimline cards lately and wanted to try one! This is my first Slimline Card! So of course I had to choose my favorite Holiday Stamp set! One of the things that …

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Announcing my Poinsettia Place Class

I am so excited to announce that my Poinsettia Place Class is ready to go! Which Holiday Stamp set is your favorite this year?? I am loving the Poinsettia Place Bundle and just can’t stop making projects with this set! I keep thinking up great ideas with this set! The Poinsettia Place Bundle includes the …

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Handmade Holiday Table Decorations

Today I am sharing with you some ideas for Handmade Holiday Table Decorations using Stampin’ Up! products!   First on the left is a Napkin Ring around a green cloth napkin.  This napkin ring is made from a 4″ x 1 1/2″ piece of Perfectly plaid designer paper secured with a glue dot. Then a piece …

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Happy Thanksgiving! Holiday Swing Card

Today I am sharing a Holiday Swing Card made with the Stampin’ UP! Gather Together stamp set for Thanksgiving!   Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Here are the details on this card: Card Base: Crumb Cake Cardstock cut to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″.  Cut a  5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″ piece of Early Espresso Cardstock for the …

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