Friday, September 19, 2014

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Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine is celebrating their 35th issue - woohooo!  Their amazing Fall 2014 issue is available to see HERE. Visit their social media channels for your chance to win a print copy of the issue.  BIG congrats SCT - we love you!!


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...AND there is something super fun planned on September 25th!  Paper Smooches created an exclusive stamp set that will be available on September 25th at Simon Says Stamp...in honor of their STAMPtember celebration.  Here is a sneak peek of the stamp set.



Ashley creates such darling cards.  I love the mix of color and pattern.  The sentiment takes center stage - I love that, but the ornament in the background helps with the Christmas theme  :)


hahahaaa, this is beyond fun!  Do you see the different "ornament" cuts in Bert?  She used our Bam Bubble die for his hair...the straight cut from our dies. Not sure which one...I'll have to stalk Jocelyn's blog to find out.  I am guessing our Cardbooking Dies though (with the point hidden behind the nose).  The sentiment is from Alfresco.

L.O.V.E

Many personal checks written by Marlon Brando were often never cashed as his signature was usually worth more than the amount on the check.

Love ya!
Kim

6 comments:

  1. Oh, love that stamp set peek!

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  2. WOW! Can't wait to see the entire set!! :) I LOVE that Bert creation! This is what I nick named my hubby!! LOL!!

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  3. ok that is pretty clever!! AND cute!

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  4. Oooh, cool! Looks like a puppy - YAAY! :D

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  5. OH MY! What fun! I cannot wait to see this SPECIAL stamp set on the 25th!!!!!!!! OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! LOVE LOVE LOVE:)

    I also love these creations by Jocelyn and Ashley--- both are FAB! LOVE Ashley's use of the ornament behind the sentiment... love the papers! LOVE Jocelyn's fun design--- clever thinking! AMMMMMMMAZING!

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