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Cup of Christmas Sneak Peek

Cup of Christmas Stampin' Up!
Hello Friends,

One of the things that I like to do with Holiday Preorder stamps is to challenge myself to use them in nonholiday ways.  Today's card is an example of that, I used the Cup of Christmas stamp set to make a Thank You Card that could be used year-round.  I was especially excited to try the Cup of Christmas stamp set because it is a patent-pending stamp set.  The cup stamps are reversible!  You can stamp with either side of the stamp.  How cool is that!  Naturally, the coordinating Cup of Cheer dies will cut out the stamped cups no matter which side of the stamp you choose to ink up.

Cup of Christmas

Cup of Christmas Card Details

I stamped my card base with my Birch Background stamp and Gray Granite ink to make a pretty background.

Next, I stamped righty and lefty cups with Flirty Flamingo and Night of Navy inks.  

The "thankful"  is a word from the Country Home stamp set.  I simply fussy cut around the word for a different look.

The rest of my card elements were cut with my Cup of Cheer and Stitched Shapes dies.  Don't you just love the Mint Macaron sprigs?

Watch for the Cup of Christmas stamp set to be used is a Christmasy was soon.

2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog

2019 Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog

I love new catalogs!  I could browse for hours. If you have shopped with me in the last 9 months, you can expect to receive this year's beautiful new Holiday Catalog in your mailbox mid to late August.  Who doesn't love fun mail?

Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog Check List

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Holiday Catalog ordering begins September 4, 2019.

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Cleaning Up the Pieces

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

Hello Friends,

Were you here for last week's 5 Cards in 5 Minutes Challenge?  It actually took me 6 minutes to make those 5 Window Cards.  Let's clean up the pieces and make 5 more cards.  I think these cards were even quicker to make.  Here's last week's video for those of you that missed it.


I cleaned up the punched circle pieces and did all my stamping on those little circles for today's cards.  Talk about Simple Stamping!

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

I used the same Garden Shed stamp set and Garden Lane designer paper that I used on last week's cards to complete this week's cards.  I simply cut a Mint Macaron card base and layered on a 4" x 5-1/4" piece of lovely Garden Lane Designer Paper before popping on my stamped circles with dimensionals.  That's it!  What do you think?  Is this a 4-Minute Card Making Challenge?



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2 Garden Shed Card Ideas

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!Hello Friends,

It's peek gardening season here in Ohio, so I thought that it might be fun to highlight the Garden Shed stamp set by Stampin' Up! with 2 cards the same, but different.  This is a gardener's dream stamp set.  If you missed it, I also made a Garden Journal in a post last week also featuring the Garden Shed stamp set.

Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

Garden Shed Card Making Ideas

For both cards, I started by stamping garden pots images from the Garden Shed stamp set.  Then, I colored both with my Stampin' Blends and cut a frame with my Stitched Shapes Dies.  My sentiments were cut with the same dies and Rococo Rose Card Stock.

I cut a window frame for each card using my Stitched Rectangle dies and Mossy Meadow Card Stock.  The plant-based designed paper in from the Pressed Petals Designer Series Paper stack.

My flower was pieced together in less than a minute using the Pressed Petals Washi Tape.

I embossed my Crumb Cake card base with my Pinewood Planks embossing folder, then splattered it with Merry Merlot ink.

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Garden Shed Stampin' Up!

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