Colorful Autumn Thank You

I’m welcoming the first week of October with a quintessential Autumn Thank You. It’s also the first October Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  Here’s the board and how I played it… I chose the first column down: Emboss, Thank You, Matching Envelope.  My embossing is the sentiment. All the leaves are cut with the SU Autumn Leaves dies backed by the All About Autumn DSP.  This particular DSP pattern just screams beautiful autumn colors and was…

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Stampin’ Up! Little Dreamers Baby Cards

Stampin Up Little Dreamers Baby Congratulations Card-Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

Congratulations! It’s a Boy…and a Girl! I think Stampin’ Up!’s Little Dreamers Stamp set and coordinating dies are adorable.  It’s been a while since I purchased a baby set and was so ready for this cute bundle.  I would also use these sweet images on a baby’s first birthday card. The Baby Boy card starts with a Basic White card base.  The top and bottom panels are made from Coastal Cabana card stock measuring 1…

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More Special “Scrappy” Cards

Stampin' Up Regency Park Patchwork Thinking of You Card -Rosanne Mulhern Heartfelt Stamping

On Wednesday, I posted a card using only scraps that I’ve saved.  I had a lot of fun with this exercise, so I continued to make them.  They were a bit addictive.  Today’s cards are the same layout using different Designer Series papers.  The DSP I used on these cards are recently retired papers…and who doesn’t have a lot of those! Here’s the first one, using the Regency Park DSP collection.  This paper was one…

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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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