Yesterday I shared with you my team swap and so over the next couple of days I thought it would be fun to show you some of the swaps my team made. I’ve got a group of very talented ladies and am always impressed with their creations.
So today’s swap is from Janie. She used the Joyful Christmas Stamp Set (131802/131805) from the Holiday Catalog to create this card. I really like the nontraditional colors she used to create this poinsettia.
Janie and I have a mutual love for the colors found in the Winter Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper – How about you? Isn’t there is just something that makes me feel good when I look at this designer series paper? And since it also comes in a 48 sheet Paper Stack it’s great for card making!
Yep, you heard me right the Winter Frost designer series paper comes in your choice of either a pack of 12×12 sheets (item 132341) with two special foil sheets or a Paper Stack of 48 sheets that include 4 patterns (item 132183). How great is that – I love all the choices Stampin’ Up! gives us to create with.
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Stamp Set: Joyful Christmas (131802/131805)
Inks: VersaMark and Island Indigo Classic Pad (126986)
Paper: Winter Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper (132341), Island Indigo (122923) and Whisper White (100730) Card Stock
Accessories: Heat Tool (129053), Silver (109131) and Pool Party Embossing Powder (129398), Silver 1/8″ Ribbon (132137), Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246), Island Indigo (131905) and Pool Party (131904) Stampin’ Write Markers, and Apothecary Accent Framelits (127003)
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