10/31/2019

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Creating With Paper is loving Peaceful Boughs! Greetings All! I have just fallen in love with the Stamp Set Peaceful Boughs and it's coordinating die set. Sooo pretty! I wanted to share 3 cards I made from it. The gray one we will be making at my Sunday Craftin' Gals Gathering this coming Sunday! It looks difficult, but it isn't and comes out very pretty. Here are the three cards I recently made with it (and the inside pictures too): Here are the supplies I used to make them! Peaceful Boughs Bundle (En) [153033] $52.00 Gold Foil Sheets [132622] $5.00 Copper Foil Sheets [142020] $5.00 Grapefruit Grove & Lovely Lipstick Foil Sheets [149712] $0.00 Smoky Slate 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock [131202] $8.75 Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock [100730] $9.75 Night Of Navy 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock [100867] $8.75 Brightly Gleaming Specialty Designer Series Paper [150429] $14.50 Feels Like Frost Specialty 6" X 6" (15.2 X 15.2 Cm) Designer Series Paper [150444] $14.50 Uninked Stampin’ Craft Pad & Whisper White Refill [147277] $9.50 Smoky Slate Classic Stampin' Pad [147113] $7.50 Golden Glitz Delicata Metallic Ink Pad [150711] $11.00 Celestial Copper Delicata Metallic Ink Pad [150707] $11.00 White Stampin' Emboss Powder [109132] $6.00 Snowfall Accents Puff Paint [150691] $4.50 I encourage you all to get the bundle and save 10%! Page 15 of the Holiday catalog. I have had a chance to use the new Paper Trimmer that Stampin' Up! is coming out with. It is similar to the old one, yet very different. Several demonstrators have given their "opinions" on YouTube, so if you are curious, go check those out. I love it! My only concern is the opening and closing of the cutting blade/scorer "handle". I am so afraid that I will warp it by pulling it up. Probably fretting for nothing, but I had an old trimmer that had a warped arm and it ended up going in the trash because it wouldn't score and wouldn't cut good. But that is the only concern I have. It cuts extremely smooth - even on the whisper white card stock that was always the issue paper -...
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Where did 2019 go??? Greetings, my friends! I can't believe that I missed the November and December posts! I was busy as a bee getting things decorated inside and out. My husband is in charge of the fabulous light show outside and his famous Macy's window in our Den bay window. I am in charge of all the other interior decorations with his help. Every year we put up 6-7 decorated trees averaging 6' tall. We love Christmas and decorating to the hilt. Now, taking everything down is another story! The inside is about 50% down and packed, the outside about the same. Thanks to my Sis-In-Law and a dear friend, the inside has gone smoothly. Updates to share! I hope you all received the new Mini Catalog (formerly known as the Occasions catalog) that was mailed out late December! January 3rd you could start purchasing from it, and don't forget our Annual Sale-A-Bration has started! Free items with a $50.00 purchase from the Mini or Annual catalog. There are some cute things this year. If you need assistance on choosing when you get your catalog, just let me know. You can order right here on my page. Now let's catch up...Our November Sunday Craftin' Gals Gathering was sooo fun! We made "samplers". I purchased some 8x8 frames and made 2 samples that the gals could go with. The imagination that was shown was just amazing. Here are some of the pictures of their handiwork! First are my samples: Here are some of the gals and their projects...they all turned out just beautiful! We all had such fun and the food of course was a big hit too! It always is! Decembers Sunday Craftin' Gals Gathering featured our Annual Cookie Exchange! I always treat my peeps to a complete lunch and they bring cookies to eat and trade! We had some awesome cookies that my husband and I enjoyed for a week after our Gathering! Our project was an older Stampin' Up! kit that made Star boxes. I had two kits and had tried to use it up several years in a row! So,...

Michelle

I am all about crafting and creating unique projects using stamps, ink, paper and of course embellishments!

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