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More Holiday Show and Share…

Here are a few more of my favorite swaps I received at Founders Circle and a few other swaps I was lucky to participate in!   On the home front, we are knee deep in drywall dust and still living out of our office and bedroom while the rest of the house is getting a makeover.  Matt is still keeping his page on this blog updated with the progress (and sometimes the lack of progress – ah, county permits…) for those of you interested in non-stamping events of ours.

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Stamped by Angela McKay.   I think this was my FAVORITE card I received at Founders.  Can you believe she stippled these with our stenciils?  She used  the Vintage Ornament stencil from our Decor Elements catalog.  (see it here)   Really beautiful color choices and she did a fantastic job shading these.  (and remember she made 125 of these – oh, my, gosh)

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Stamped by Michelle Rahal.   I’m guessing but I think she used the big scallop circle die cut and cut a wedge out for the tree.  She embossed the Olive card stock with our embossing folder and used a white gel pen for the middle of the poinsettias.  Clever!

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Stamped by Kim Cagle.   She used the new Ornament Movers and Shapers die in the Holiday Mini catalog, which coordinates with the stamp set and punch.  Using it twice and overlapping like this is really over the top!

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