A Sweet Soiree Hello

I know you’re probably thinking, “there she goes again with the Sweet Soiree Embellishment kit”, and you would be exactly right.  This kit doesn’t quit!  It has so many wonderful elements to make dozens of new and unique projects.  I’ve paired the embellishment kit with the Jar of Love stamp set and Everyday Jars framelits to create today’s card. Powder Pink, Lemon Lime Twist and Whisper White is such a fresh and pretty color combination…don’t you think? After…

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So So Sweet Soiree

Stampin Up Sweet Soiree Thinking of You Cards- Rosanne Mulhern

Today’s card is yet another example of the versatility of the Sweet Soiree Embellishment Kit.  This kit is probably one of the best values in the Occasions Catalog.  This kit is jam-packed with printed and vellum die cuts, foil numbers, washi tape, tassels, clothes pins and velvet ribbon all for just $11.00.  Pair these items with card stock and/or DSP and you have so many possibilities for fabulous cards and most of the work is…

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A Pretty Petal Palette

Stampin Up Petal Palette Friendship Cards - Rosanne Mulhern

Today’s card features a few pretty patterns from the Petal Garden Designer Series Paper Stack that’s available in the Annual Catalog.  This paper collection is one of my favorites that I’ve been ignoring lately.  I love to mix and match patterns and this paper stack makes that so easy to do.  So I’ve come up with this pretty monochromatic friendship card. Here’s the details The A2 card base is Whisper White thick cardstock. I cut…

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Another “Amazing You” for the Tic Tac Toe #32

Stampin Up Amazing You Friendship and Thank You Card - Rosanne Mulhern

Today I’m playing along with the Tic Tac Toe Challenge and there’s still time for you to play along also.  The challenge boards offer so much inspiration that it’s easy to come up with an idea.  It’s like half the work is already done for you!  Here’s the latest challenge board: I chose the third row diagonal: Friend, Neutral, Sparkle Here’s the details I cut this card a little differently than the usual A2 card.…

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