Two November Stampin' Up Specials
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Snowflake Soiree Emboss Resist Christmas Card

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Must be more than about time for a card here I think!  Took this photo on my lovely clean desk - aaah.  (Just can't look at the great big pile on the table still to sort!)

This was one of the cards we did last month at class, along with a coordinating box and purse. 

The feature panel is emboss resist.  Snowflake Soiree is the stamp set and I've sponged Bashful Blue, Marina Mist and a touch of Night Of Navy inks over the embossed images. 

Used my Simply Scored to score at 5.25 and 10.5cm for a z fold card.

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The inside panel is shimmery white cardstock and the Northern Flurry folder.  (Just a bit of the embossing folder so that there was still a nice flat space to write on.

I used the Snow Flurry die to cut the silver glimmer paper snowflake for the front and a vintage faceted button to finish.  (Stuck on with a glue dot - they're so handy.)

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Want to catch a November class and do some gorgeous festive themed projects.  Find all the details on my class page here, and phone or email to book your seat at the table.  

And I can show you my new improved tidy study (as long as you don't look at the messy mountain that will no doubt still be on our spare table!)  

Happy stamping!

Cheers, Sue 

Comments

Vicki

Got your latest newsletter update. What a job! My little room gets tidied on a frequent basis (only had one workshop to date!). Don't envy you the job. Not sure what you hold your 12" x 12" paper in but I have found these really great storage containers at Howards (at DFO) and they are fantastic. They're meant for the pantry. Mimi. Hope you don't mind me putting my 2c in.
Your guys look like they had fun dressing up - have to remember that next year when mine want to go trick or treating! Thanks

Mary Kelly

Lovely - the colours are gorgeous.

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