A Quilted Baby Card for TTTC#015

Stampin Up A Little Wild Baby Card - Rosanne Mulhern

The Tic Tac Toe Challenge has really kept my creative juices flowing and this week is no exception.  Take a look at this week’s board. I chose the right column down:  baby, die-cut/punch, embossing I’ve been itching to use A Little Wild stamp set and this challenge gave me a good opportunity.  It’s such an adorable set along with the coordinating Little Loves framelits.  Both are available as a bundle in the Annual Catalog. Here’s…

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A Basket of Blessings

Stampin Up Basket of Wishes Painted Autumn Thank you cards - Rosanne Mulhern

I pulled out a stamp set that I’ve had for awhile but has not met much ink…and I’m not sure why.  Basket of Wishes photopolymer stamp set is a great set that can be used for so many occasions and seasons with some nice sentiments, too.  And for added value, it’s one of the least expensive sets in the Annual Catalog. Here’s the details The card base is Very Vanilla thick card stock with rounded…

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Still Sunflower Season

Stampin Up Painted Autumn Washi Tape Birthday Card - Rosanne Mulhern

I really can’t seem to get enough of these sunflowers from the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper collection.  They are super easy to hand snip and create such a pretty focal point on any card just like today’s birthday card. Here’s the details The card base is Basic Black card stock with a  Crushed Curry mat cut 1/8″ smaller and a Whisper White mat cut another 1/8″ smaller. Like I mentioned on my last post,…

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A Metallic May Flower – TTTC#01

Stampin Up May Flowers with Year of Cheer Washi Thinking of You Card - Rosanne Mulhern

I’m a day late with my Tic Tac Toe Challenge card…good thing it’s my “off” week!  Like each week, this week’s challenge board is full of fun and inspiring elements. I chose the middle row across:  dimension, embellishment, die cut Here’s the details The card base is Very Vanilla thick card stock. A mat of Champagne foil paper was cut 1/8″ smaller and adhered to the card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The next layer is…

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