I cased this lovely card from the Stampin’ Up! Occasions 2016 catalog. Whenever I get stuck for ideas and I don’t have “HOURS” to browse Pinterest (if you know what I mean!) I just turn to the magical pages of my Stampin’ Up! catalogs and ta-da I have all kinds of ideas at my fingertips!! To see all the how to along with measurements, just follow along with the video below.
For those of you who follow me at Stamping to Share on Facebook, my daughter Kasey is doing well after her surgery yesterday to remove all four wisdom teeth. She is faithfully following doctors orders and trying to stay ahead with pain meds. She’s eating pudding and applesauce and will try some smoothies today. She’s always been a big help to me in my Stampin’ Up! business and I miss her when she is away at college. She recently punched and “winked” with Wink of Stella 60 clouds for an upcoming swap. I just found out, we’ll need 20 – 30 more so maybe if she’s up to it . . . . lol!! (Or, maybe another day on the couch.)
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