A Year of Wreaths

Seasonal Wreaths Calendar Card -Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Like most, I’m putting 2020 behind and looking forward to a brighter new year.  Since I’ve been on Christmas break, I’ve been cleaning, organizing and even creating.  It feels so good to be able to spend some uninterrupted time crafting.  Since our Christmas was limited to playing games with our grown children and watching our grandson open his gifts via Zoom, crafting has been a great distraction from this anti-climatic holiday. One of the projects…

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Beautiful in Black & White Christmas Card

I’m back today playing along with the Paper Players color challenge.  I must say these colors were definitely a challenge for me but also a lot of fun! Here’s what I came up with… I reached into my stash for this beautiful reindeer stamp from Unity Stamps and heat embossed her in silver.  I think she looks pretty elegant in silver! The sentiment, from Stampin’ Up! Toile Christmas stamp set is also heat embossed in…

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CASEing Coast to Coast – Arrange a Wreath Christmas Wishes

Stampin Up Arrange a Wreath Christmas Card - Rosanne Mulhern

Welcome back to another monthly installment of CASEing Coast to Coast with Karen Hallam and I.  Each month, Karen (from CA) and I (in PA) take a turn at CASEing (Copy and Selectively Edit) each other’s card. This month Karen created this stunning Thank You card… I would be thankful to received such a pretty card!  You can read all the details on Karen’s blog HERE.  And here’s the card I created… When Karen sent…

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My Favorite Things You Gnome Me Christmas Card Ideas - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

I’m sharing a fun card created with a stamp set I’ve had for quite sometime but have never used…You Gnome Me from My Favorite Things stamp company. I know I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m really enjoying creating slimline cards.  There’s so much more room to embellish.  This card measures 8 3/4″ x 4″.  I purchased a few dies for slimline cards which I used to create the layers on the front.  The letters are…

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