Mosaic Mood All-Occasion Cards

Stampin Up Mosiac Mood All Occasion Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Today I’m sharing a set of cards created with the Mosaic Mood Designer Series Paper and the Bird Ballad Laser-Cut Cards.  The twelve cards are blank but beautifully intricate to allow for any kind of embellishing. They also come with pretty scalloped envelopes and a pretty tin that would make an ideal gift set. I stamped each sentiment on various dies and hand cut the images from a few patterns from Mosaic Mood Designer Series…

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All Around Autumn Wreath

Stampin Up All Around Wreath Thanksgiving Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Monday again! I hope you had a good weekend.   I’m ready for the new week.  I spent the entire weekend getting ready for the upcoming Craft Fair in my Community that I’ll be participating in for the first time.  I’m excited and a little stressed but I’m sure it will be fun. I just never know when to stop creating, thus the stress!  The best part of craft fairs for me is chatting with…

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CASEing Coast to Coast

Stampin Up Country Home Wrapped in Plaid Christmas Card Ideas-Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Welcome back and if you’re here for the first time, WELCOME! Are you wondering what the title of today’s post is all about?  I’ve teamed up with another Stampin’ Up demonstrator who lives clear across the country and has become a wonderful friend through the power of  Stampin’ Up! and this little hobby.  Karen Hallam, who lives in California and I (from Pennsylvania) will be tag teaming once a month to CASE a project.  If…

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A Birth”daisy” Card

Stampin Up Daisy Lane Birthday Card Idea- Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Hello there! Mondays are so much more bearable when they are part of a 3-day weekend like today.  I’m still working hard on creating for the couple of Craft Fairs I’m participating in but I did have a chance to create a cheerful birthday card as well. I’m not sure if my attempt to turn the daisies from the Daisy Lane stamp set into sunflowers was successful or not.  They still look more like daises…

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