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Monday with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff


I LOVE this wreath from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Christmas Potpourri digital stamp set. Love it!
I had so much fun creating cards using this set over the weekend. Not only did I make this card, I also made the card you can see here along with a couple others I still need to get pictures of.

Remember, you can download Lindsay's Stamp Stuff digital stamps immediately at her shop on MyGraphicO or you can also find them at the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff Shop Handmade store where when you spend $5 you get a free digital stamp. While at MyGraphicO, you might want to join the Lindsay's Stamp Stuff group where you can see all types of projects people are making using Lindsay's stamps.

Please take a few minutes to see what the rest of the DT was up to.

Anette "Nettie" Robins
Cassandra Cushman
Jennifer Bliss
Joy Stagg
Karin Martin
Kristin Hamlin
Lindsay Weirich (Owner)




Have a great week!


Supplies:
Christmas Potpourri digital stamp set by Linday's Stamp Stuff
My Mind's Eye Signature Christmas designer paper
Stampin' Up card stock
Georgia Pacific white card stock (for printing the digital image)
Stampin' Up markers
Sakura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen
Stickles - diamond
CTMH ribbon
Stampin' Up oval punches
PaperTrey Holiday Treats ( for sentiment)
Spellbinders Labels 3

Comments

Karin said…
I love this wreath too and used it in a card this weekend! Great coloring job and I love the papers you used too!
Jennifer said…
Awesome card - LOVE the colors!!!!
Lindsay Weirich said…
wow, so rustic and vintage, I love it and the die cut lable is wonderful!
Nettie said…
This is such a beautiful card well done.xx
Mrs. Fence said…
Love this- the distressed colors are great. Nice job!
theafricanqueen said…
Cards and wreaths, they go together like cookies and milk, frosting and graham crackers, chili and cheese...you get the idea!

BTW ~ your Christmas trees for your blog title are very endearing!

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