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Christmas With Christmas Classics

September 17th, 2010 , 1 Comment »

Christmas Classics Stampin' Up Holiday Mini Jolly Holiday Designer Paper

Hello My Crafy Friends – It's so nice of you to stop by on this crisp Friday morning.  Last night I was able to do a quick card to share with you using this weeks MOJO Monday Sketch #156.  It's an easy and quick sketch and the best part about it, it lets you use up some of those pesky scraps that seem to gather all over you desk top.  I know it sure does mine.  My scraps seemed to take on a Christmas flair.  My scraps measure approx 3/4" wide x 5 3/8" long.  I used the Jolly Holiday designer paper pack #117159.  I just love this pack of paper the reds and greens just puts me in the Christmas spirit plus they are some of my favorite colors anyway.  I usued four of those strips and then I put a strip of Very Vanilla #101650 and used one of my favorite border punches the Scallop Trim Border Punch #108402.  Just love it!!!!!!!!!  For my focal point I used the every so cute stamp set Christmas Classics #111566.  I have been eyeing the jingle all the way saying now for several years, and by golly I used it this year.  Yippie!!!!!!!  I stamped it with the beautiful Cherry Cobbler Ink #119669.  This color is a must have in your stash.  I also used the new 1/2" seam binding ribbon Cherry Cobbler #120992.  You can find that in the Holiday Mini on pg 21 along with some other trims and glitter.  Last but not least I also used some bling to make my card sparkle.  We love sparkle.  Well, I need to scurry on here.  I don't have a card for tomorrow yet so I need to put my thinking cap on.  Thanks for stopping by today and spending some time with me.  I'll see ya back here tomorrow.  Have a wonderful rest of your day.  Toodles

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