Daisies and DSP All Occasion Cards

Stampin Up True Love and Daisies All Occasion Cards - Rosanne Mulhern stampin up

Today I created a set of all occasion cards that would make a very nice gift.  I really enjoy making sets of cards as it’s only one design but you can have fun with all the color choices. I’ll link to all the Stampin’ Up! products below.  However, some of the sentiments came from a Hero Arts monthly kit.  I’m sure you could find many alternative sentiments that would work just as well.   Here’s…

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Best Plaid Autumn Friendship Card

Stampin Up Best Plaid Friendship Card Idea -Rosanne Mulhern stampin up

Happy Friday!  I hope you’re looking forward to a relaxing weekend.  It’s a three-day weekend for me and I plan on doing some stamping…big surprise! For today’s card I pulled together several different products to create a pretty Fall medley. Materials & Measurements Soft Sea Foam card base:  4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″ So Saffron card stock:        5 1/4″ x 4″ (inside) Very Vanilla card stock:     5″…

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Fresh & Pretty Slimline Birthday

Stampin Up Slimline Daisy Birthday Card - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

  Happy September!  Even though summer is still my favorite season, I’ve always loved September.  I absolutely loved going back to school as a child.  In fact, I still love going back to school.  Today is the first day I’ll be back in my school building since May when I had to collect my personal items from the library.  Our library has been renovated over the summer and I’ll be back today to see it…

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Thanks a Bunch Fun Fold

Stampin Up Flowers for Every Season Thank You Card Idea - Rosanne Mulhern stampinup

Happy Monday…It’s the last week of school and I’m ready for my official summer vacation to start!  Even though we’ve been home and distance learning since March, it seemed like a never-ending school year.  In the meantime, I have a pretty thank you card to share with you today. The inside note slips out so the recipient can upcycle the card by slipping in another note. If you’re thinking this card looks familiar, you are…

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