Still Counting My Blessings

Stampin Up Count My Blessings Thank You cards - Rosanne Mulhern

Happy Monday!  I hope you had a wonderful weekend.  I had an amazing weekend filled with fun, food and, most importantly, friendship with my stampin’ sorority sisters, Susan, Jeanie, Ramsey and Deb.  We spent the weekend holed up in Ramsey’s lovely home in Annapolis stamping our little hearts out!  There is just so much more to this wonderful hobby than making cards! Even though I really like the Designer Series Paper collections in the Holiday…

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Giving Thanks for Paper Players #365

Stampin Up Painted Autumn and Basket of Wishes Thanksgiving Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern

I’m playing with the Paper Players Color Challenge today…. Today’s clean and simple card is another featuring the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper.  I’ve used this collection on so many cards since it came out in the Holiday Catalog and can envision many more.   Here’s the details The A2 card base (4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″) is Crushed Curry card stock. A piece of Early Espresso card stock is cut at 4″ x 5…

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An Autumn Jar of Thanks – Paper Players #363

Stampin Up Jar of Love Thank you Thanksgiving Card Ideas- Rosanne Mulhern

I’ve been on a little shaker card kick lately.  I forgot how much fun they are to make and what a interesting card they result in.  So here is one more! Here’s the details The A2 card base is Soft Suede card stock with a mat of Very Vanilla cut 1/4″ smaller. The DSP panel measures 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ with a mat of Soft Suede card stock cut 1/4″ larger. The pattern is…

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Happy Fall!

Stampin Up Count My Blessings Thinking of You Cards - Rosanne Mulhern

Well, summer is over and fall has officially begun.  I’m not sure how I feel about this but I guess since there’s really nothing I can do about it…I’ll just roll with it and enjoy!  In honor of the first day of fall (and because I’m having such a good time with this set), my card today is a pretty reminder of the beauty of the season.   Only one stamp set was used for…

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