It’s that time of year when all the excess leftovers get the big markdown! But don’t delay – supplies are limited to what’s left. Nearly ALL the ribbon I wrap around presents this Holiday (and upcoming weddings, showers, etc) has come from the Clearance Corners! It’s also a great way to shop for fun gifts for kids and friends who may be new to stamping!
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Now – on to today’s tutorial. I actually filmed it a few days ago – we were not living in a winter wonderland. It currently looks like this….for those of you who may not be familiar with being under about 9ish inches of snow….
We came home from a very snowy night at the zoo after round one of snow and I was eager to get a picture of our home with the Christmas lights lit and no footprints in the snow….but the power had gone out so the timer had not turned them on.
A little over 4″ one day and then again the next. Easier to shovel in two batches, lol. Reminds me of my Snow Front card from earlier this year!
Think I will be skipping my morning swims for a few days!
Today we are enjoying the view – going to film a card or two and then wrap and get some baking done. Funny that the ONLY card I have ready for you I told the girls who came last week to stamp I had named “Indiana Spring”
It uses “My Meadow” which builds on from Snow Front and Waterfront. I don’t mind the snow – but for those of you who hate it…..spring is on the way. Here is how to build a spring scene.
I used both the My Meadow – seen here
And the fun set Perfectly Framed – which will coordinate with those fun Halloween Dies you got last Fall!! You know, the Ornate Frame Dies that I said would be so versatile, lol.
This set has been designed to go perfectly with them.
The card is another in my “How to Copy A Card” series. I simply used the same basic format as the winter card and turned it into spring. These sets all combined would be perfect for those of you who make cards as gifts. You can stamp cards for all the seasons now.
You could even premake sentiment labels like these and add dimensionals and let the recipient add them as needed.
Those of you ‘dusted’ by this snow – enjoy! Daffodils are not too far away. This is a January Camp project – if you are in Indy and would like to come, message me for details!