Two Tone Floral Thinking of You Card – February CC2C

Stampin Up Two Tone Floral Thinking of You Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Let’s take a cross country trip from here in PA to Karen Hallam in CA for another CASEing (Copy and Selectively Edit) crafting adventure.  This is a fun collaboration between Karen and I that we both enjoy each month.  I hope you’ll join us and enjoy it, as well. This month was my turn to choose our direction. Our theme is “You should frame that”.  And here’s what I came up with… By this time…

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Honey BEE Mine, Valentine – January CASEing Coast to Coast

Welcome to our first CASEing Coast to Coast stamping adventure of 2024.  Karen Hallam in California and myself here in Pennsylvania have been enjoying this monthly collaboration for several years now and we’re back for another.  Each month, we take a turn at choosing the direction of our project.  Also, I wanted to give a great BIG shout out to Karen for creating this fantastic graphic.  It perfectly depicts “bridging” our projects. To start the…

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Back to School with CASE-ing Coast to Coast

Stampin Up Birds Eye View Back to School Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Can it really be time to go back to school!?  In prior years, I would be very conflicted about going back…excited for the new school year and seeing all the students again but wishing the summer didn’t fly by.  Even though I’m retired, I still miss the excitement of a new school year.  Karen Hallam in CA and myself here in PA are both retired educators, so Karen’s theme idea of Back to School could…

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CASEing Coast to Coast: Use Your “Scraps”

Stampin' Up Irresistible Blooms Patchwork Friendship Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Welcome to the July edition of CASEing Coast to Coast with Karen Hallam on the West Coast (CA) and myself here on the East Coast (PA).  Our cross-country stamping adventure is taking a little different course this month.  We decided that it was time to use up some of our scraps to come up with a card.  What card maker doesn’t have a lot of scraps.  For myself, I find it hard to throw even…

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