A Few of My Favorite Things ….

Hello Stampin’ Friends, Today I want to share a few of my favorite items that are included in the Sale right now. We only have a few days left but it’s a great value for the Gift Giving season. Today I’m sharing my favorite dies! I choose these dies for their versatility in my year round cardmaking!

Let’s begin with the Scallop Contour Dies ….

The Scallop Contour Dies are scalloped border dies that range in size, perfect for card fronts, accent pieces and sentiments! Here are a few examples ….

You can view the original post for both cards HERE!

Another one of my favorite die sets is the Stylish Shapes dies …. It has circles and squares and banners – Oh my!! Perfect for any season and any occasion. They are a must have in your stamping collection.

Check out these cuties using the Stylish Shapes Dies ….

View the Original Post HERE!

Here is another sample using the Stylish Shapes dies …

You can view the Original Post / It includes the “TIP” on how to cut the Mini Banner, Click Here!

And of course you cannot forget the Layering Circle dies and the Stitched Rectangle dies. All four of these die sets will add to your cardmaking ease … for backgrounds, layering, greetings and more. They are to me …. basic supplies to any collection.

If you don’t have them, you’ll want to get them while they are 20% Off. Grab one for your friends for the holiday season.

Thanks for joining me today. I’ve put the links below for your shopping ease.

Endlessly Grateful Rustic Harvest

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Are you ready for some more Rustic Harvest Designer paper? I had so much fun playing with this paper this weekend. It gets me thinking of my favorite season – Autumn. I pictures those warm days (not hot) and cool nights with a campfire and some smore’s … let’s not forget everything Pumpkin Spice! lol

Speaking of pumpkin, I pulled out the Pumpkin Pie for this card, along with Cajun Craze and my Blending Brushes to color this once black and white designer paper. Once you’ve colored your paper, you can layer it over your Basic White mat. Then secure it to your card front.

That pretty little pumpkin was fussy cut from the same Rustic Harvest paper … just another pattern. It’s elegance in white is why I chose a white mat for may card, I just think it ties everything together nicely.

The “Endless Grateful” sentiment comes from the Very Best Occasions stamp set in the Mini Catalog, and was die cut using the Scallop Contours Dies.

The pumpkin and the greeting are both popped up using dimensionals. I love the simplicity of and beauty of this card … the blending brushes apply to color so smooth and easily and really turn this black and white paper into an autumn wonderland.

Thank you for stopping by to visit my blog today.

Enjoy ~