Country Gingham Daisy All Occasion Card – #TTTC204

Stampin' Up! Country Gingham Daisy All Occasion Card - Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Even though I’m “off” this week from designing for the Tic Tac Toe Challenge, I still enjoy playing along and I hope you do too.  Joanne created a fun board this week.  You can check out the challenge HERE. I chose to go diagonally with: Enamel Dot, Free, Floral Here’s what I came up with… This card is a combination of current, carrying-over, soon retiring and already retired products but I think everything works well…

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New Home Congratulations

Happy Easter Weekend!  Our family celebrated Easter last weekend to accommodate a few work schedules, so it’s pretty quiet around here this weekend.  So I’ve been creating a few different cards to keep on hand should the occasion arise.  Today’s “new home” card features MFT’s Cozy Winter Wishes stamp set.  Although there’s nothing winter about this card, the cute little homes worked well.  It’s such a bonus when a stamp set can multi-purpose!  Both the…

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Celebrate with Delicate Dahlias

Stampin' Up! Delicate Dahlia Celebrate Card - Rosanne Mulhern

I love big, bold and beautiful flowers.  And my card today features the big, bold and VERY beautiful Delicate Dahlias stamp set from Stampin’ Up! Although this is a two-step stamp set, I chose to stamp and color these flowers.  Before coloring, I stamped the flowers with Versa Mark ink and heat embossed them with black embossing powder.  This actually makes it much easier to color and blend within the lines.   The die cut…

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Fine Art Floral Congratulations Card

Stampin Up Fine Art Foral Congratulations Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

June already?!  It would be almost hard to believe if not for the forever long school year.  But the end is near!  With the end of the school year, there are always good-byes to co-workers who are retiring or leaving for other reasons.  Today’s card is a congratulation card for our retiring guidance counselor. I was determined to use a pattern from the pretty Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper.  This paper actually intimidates me!…

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