Nuts About Squirrels – CC2C

It’s time for another cross country CASEing adventure with Karen Hallam in CA and myself here in PA.  Each month, Karen and I take a turn CASEing (Copy and Selectively Edit) the other’s card, theme, colors, layout or technique. This month, Karen decided we would create a shadowbox card.  Here’s Karen’s card… You can read all the details on this classically beautiful Christmas shadowbox card HERE. One of the things I enjoy best about this…

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“Sweet” Peach Birthday Card and Gift Box

Stampin Up Sweet as a Peach Birthday Card and Gift Box - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Hello!  My summer is winding down very quickly and I’m getting ready to head back to school next week.  However, while the summer is still here, I’m still enjoying the Sweet as a Peach bundle.   Today, I created a sweet little birthday gift set to give to a co-worker when I see her next week. This is a typical A2 card.  Each layer is cut 1/8″ shorter than the last.  All images are stamped…

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A Little Something…for Easter

Stampin Up Arrange a Wreath Easter Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Welcome to March’s installment of CASEing (Copy & Selectively Edit) Coast to Coast.  Karen Hallam (in CA) and I (in PA) are welcoming Spring today.  However, I would be remiss if I didn’t wish you a Happy St. Patrick’s Day!  I usually don’t make cards for this particular holiday, so today’s project skips right to Easter.   I created a card and matching treat box using the Arrange a Wreath bundle. Card Details The top foldingA2…

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Feeling Blessed Friendship Card & 3D Picture

Stampin Up Blessed Wreat 3D Frame and Friendship Card - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

My project today was one I had in mind for quite some time.  I found a home decor project on Pinterest and decided I would try to turn it into a paper craft project.  The idea sat on my computer desktop for a few months and then I came across a brand new challenge that my fellow Pal member, Debbie Mageed started.  So the time was perfect to see if my idea would work.  I…

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