Creatively Simple 7 – Thinking of You

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Happy Tuesday everyone! Do you like simple cards?  What is a simple card anyway?  Do you stamp one image on a folded piece of cardstock?  Although that IS a simple card…there really is more to simple cards!  Everyone’s definition of a simple card is somewhat different.  Each week Connie and Mary will follow a THEME…this month the theme is “thinking of you”…and make a simple card to match this theme.

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But first, our latest Collection!

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Stampin’ Up!’s FROSTED GINGERBREAD BUNDLE is just the sweetest!  The larger images can be used to make yummy iced gingerbread paper cookies or elegant ornaments and snowflakes! Plus, there are several images for peppermints and borders, and the piped icing greetings are SO fun!  Use the dies to cut out images directly from the Designer Paper, too!  We’ve used the FROSTED GINGERBREAD STAMP SET and GINGERBREAD DIES, along with the GINGERBREAD AND PEPPERMINTS DESIGNER PAPER for our next Collection featuring THREE card tutorials (one a special fold) and a great gift idea for the holidays!  See more details here!


So make sure to check back each week and see what our “simple” cards look like!  And feel free to use those ideas!

CS7 - Prized Peony
Connie Babbert – Inkspired Treasures

IMG_2454Mary Brown – StamperCamper’s Corner

And…did you know that besides our current tutorial collection, you can still get the PDF of our other collections too! Details can be found here!

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