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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....

I really like the way this card turned out. The central image is from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Christmas Cupcake Wrappers digital stamp set. I wanted to do something with this set ever since I first saw it, but I don't make cup cakes, so.... here is my card. The set is very versatile. Not only can you use it to decorate your cupcakes, you can use it on cards, boxes, gift bags, etc. (Hint, hint - I have a special project in mind using this set for later in the month. Make sure you check back.)

Take moment to see what the rest of the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Junior Design Team has dreamed up.

You can purchase the image used in this card and many more at Lindsay's Shop on MyGraphicO where the images are available for immediate download or at Lindsay's Shophandmade shop where when you spend $5 you get one digital image free.

Thank you for looking! Have a great week!

Linsday's Stamp Stuff Christmas Cupcake Wrappers digital stamp set
Stampin' Up Dashing designer paper
Stampin' Up Real Red, Old Olive, River Rock card stock
Papertrey Paper Basics kraft card stock
Stampin' Up markers - Real Red, Old Olive
Sakura black pen & clear glitter pen
Close to My Heart Prisma Glitter
Misc. gingham ribbon
Close to My Heart hemp
Accent Essentials Cricut cartridge (for snow flake) & Cricut
Spellbinders Nestabilities
Cuttlebug embossing folder & Cuttlebug
Crystal Effects (on holly berries)


Jennifer said…
what a great card and some really awesome colors!
Nettie said…
Hi Cheryl
I really love this card. Funny, we used the same set but for completely different things. Well done on the first of many LSS DT makes. Nettie.x
Mrs. Fence said…
Fabulous card! Love the colors and the way you used the set for a different purpose. Just shows how versatile digi stamps can be!
Lindsay Weirich said…
WOW, the kraft and country colors on this card are stunning and the glitter snowflake is perfect!
Karen said…
I love it! The center almost looks like a cork coaster.... hmmmm! Ideas brewing! Thanks for the invite to see your artwork!
Desert Designs said…
Fabulous card! I have a DP by Heidi Mumm that is very similar - love the colors.
Karin said…
So cute! Great holiday card and I love the addition of the dashes and dots around your card!
Kristen Hamlin said…
Love the card . . .great way to think "out of the box" on the set.
Dawn said…
AWESOME CARD! I really love the colors you used and Lindsay's stuff ROCKS!!
Cindi said…
wa-hoo! I love this! great colors and I love how you used this stamp set
Beate said…
Gorgeous card, Cheryl! I love how you added texture, the paper you chose and the added border.
Hugs and smiles

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