Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Tall Tales & Upsy Daisy

I recently received this lovely card from my friend Jann McCollom. It is so pretty that I wanted to share it with you today.

Jann used the Upsy-Daisy stamp set stamped in red on red cardstock. At the upper-right of the flowers you'll see the definition of gratitude from the Define Your Life set. The Always Artichoke cardstock on which it is layered has the right edge trimmed with the Scallop Edge Punch extending just a bit over the right opening of the card which really is eye-catching.

A strip of the Tall Tales Designer Paper is on the left side of the Certainly Celery card edged with a strip of red to highlight it. Always Artichoke ink was used to stamp the sentiment that is a part of the Upsy Daisy set.

What a pretty card! I love it, Jann. Thank YOU!

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Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Falling Leaves and Bright Blessings!

Fall is officially here and to mark the occasion, I have a card with the new Stampin' Up! Falling Leaves set and the coordinating jumbo wheel Bright Blessings. This is just a perfect pair to do some festive fall stamping for friends and family (say that fast 10 times, lol!).

This was a card for a recent workshop; it was quick and easy. That's what we like when time is in short supply and we need a card. The jumbo wheels are a favorite of mine as they can add lots of punch, cover a lot of territory and add lots of visual texture in a short amount of time.

First the Soft Suede cardstock was wheeled with the Bright Blessings jumbo wheel which was inked up on the Soft Suede ink pad. The Stampin' Around Wheel Guide is a great tool to get and keep those rolled lines straight on your project!

The next step was to use the Distressing Tool from the Cutter Kit to distress the edges of the More Mustard card stock for a softer look. One of the leaves from the set was stamped in More Mustard on this. Three leaves from the set were stamped in the same colors as the three punched-out circles, layered, then added to the More Mustard layer, which was then adhered to the card.

For a finishing touch, a short length of Dusty Durango Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon was adhered to the card's left edge with a Gold Mini Brad. I found this stamp set to be fun and easy to work with, and it offers lots of possibilities. It has some good sentiments with it also (always a plus!).

Stamps: Falling Leaves (#115368, set of 9, $21.95, p. 27)
Ink: Soft Suede, Old Olive, Dusty Durango, Rich Razzleberry
Paper: Whisper White, More Mustard, Soft Suede, Old Olive, Rich Razzleberry and Dusty Durango card stocks (p. 155, 156, 157.)
Accessories: Dusty Durango Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon (#115609, $9.95, p. 182), Gold Mini Brad (#104337, 6.95, p. 179), Jumbo Handle for wheel (#103661, $5.95, p. 189), Wheel Guide (#104834, $9.95, p. 189), 1 1/4" Circle Punch (#104403, $15.95, p. 186), 1 3/8" Circle Punch (#104401, $15.95, p. 186), Cutter Kit (#106958, set of 4 tools, $9.95, p. 191)
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Monday, September 28, 2009

Holiday Best & Ornament Punch

Yet another card made with the Ornament Punch! There are just so many ideas, so little time! I hope you're not tired of seeing cards with this punch! It is so easy and fun to work with!

Today's card uses the Holiday Best Level 1 Hostess set that I used a couple of posts ago and again this one was inked with markers, stamped, punched out then embossed with Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder for a beautiful sparkle-y presence on the front of this simple card.

A layer of Whisper White cardstock was stamped in Real Red with the damask stamp from Friends 24/7 (love that design) repeatedly in a regular pattern. This was layered onto a Real Red card stock base. Then a layer of Vellum Cardstock was run through the Big Shot with the new Texturz Plate that has a diagonal grid. This was layered on top of the damask layer and the corners punched with the Ticket Corner Punch.

A length of red-stitched white grosgrain from the Mistletoe Ribbon Pack in the Holiday Mini Catalog was tied around, then the ornament shape was adhered with Dimensionals after a single Silver Metallic Cord was tied around the top.

Stamps: Holiday Best, Friends 24/7
Ink: Real Red pad; Real Red and Old Olive Stampin' Write Markers; VersaMark
Paper: Real Red, Whisper White card stocks; Cardstock vellum
Accessories: Mistletoe Ribbon Originals, Silver Elastic cord, Sponge Dauber, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder, Dimensionals
Tools: Big Shot, Texturz Plate, Ticket Corner Punch, Ornament Punch,

Another great use for the Delightful Decorations stamp set and coordinating Ornament Punch is gift tags. Stamp them in colors to coordinate with your gift wrapping then punch then out quickly with the Ornament Punch. I made these in just a very few minutes from Whisper White cardstock leftovers from other projects! Great way to use up scraps also!

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Saturday, September 26, 2009

Delightful Decorations & Merry Moments!

Here is another card using the Delightful Decorations and the Ornament Punch to punch it out. This is truly a quick and easy way to make great cards, gift tags and packaging projects for the holidays.
The red ornament paper is from the Merry Moments Designer Paper collection. The corners were treated with the Ticket Corner Punch then it was adhered to the Old Olive cardstock. A piece of Not Quite Navy was run through the Big Shot with the Texturz Plate then adhered to the base card. A length of Sleigh Bells Ribbon covers where the papers join.

Three ornaments were stamped and punched then adhered to the front of the card with Dimensionals. A 5/16" Vanilla Jumbo Brad was added to the top of each ornament and an olive tie above one.

I'm really enjoying using this set and coordinating punch! It's so quick to punch rather than cut out these ornaments!

Stamps: Delightful Decorations Holiday Mini Catalog
Ink: More Mustard, Old Olive, Not Quite Navy
Paper: Merry Moments DSP; Old Olive, Whisper White, Not Quite Navy
Accessories: 1/4" Old Olive grosgrain ribbon, 5/16" Neutral Jumbo Brads, Sleigh Bells Ribbon from Holiday Mini catalog.
Tools: 3/4" circle punch, Ticket Corner Punch. Ornament Punch, Big Shot, Texturz Plate.

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Friday, September 25, 2009

Blogger's Challenge #118 - Holiday Best

This week's Blogger's Challenge is a product focus: Designer Series Paper. Wow, that was easy! Easy for me because I love using Designer Paper! It's so easy to come up with a color scheme because the paper usually does it for you unless it's pretty much solid, and if it has prominent designs on it then many times it can be used for the focal point of the composition too. At any rate, it lends visual texture and design to any project!

For this card I used the Old Olive color print from the Merry Moments Designer Paper and stamped it with the Baroque Motifs flourish in the same color ink for added design. I really like to stamp on my Designer Paper to make it even more unique and tie it in with the design or theme of the card.

I inked up the Christmas stamp from Holiday Best with Stampin' Write markers and stamped it on Whisper White cardstock. When dry, I covered the area with VersaMark, punched it out with the Ornament Punch, then dipped it in Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder and heated it. Then I sponged the edges with red ink which is barely visible in this photo. This makes a really sparkly focal point for the card! Too bad that it doesn't show in the picture!

Stamps: Holiday Best (Level 1 Hostess set), Baroque Motifs
Inks: Old Olive; Old Olive and Real Red Markers
Paper: Merry Moments Designer Series Paper; Old Olive, Whisper White, Real Red card stock
Accessories: Ornament Punch, Silver Elastic Cord, 5/8" Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon, Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder, Sponge Dauber

You can find the list of the Blogger's Challengers here to check out what they did this week too!.

Thanks for dropping by today! Hope you enjoyed the card! I'll have more cards to share with the Ornament Punch! It's a great tool for not only Christmas but other uses too!


Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Christmas Cocoa and Delightful Decorations!

Have you seen the new Ornament Punch and coordinating Delightful Decorations stamp set? What a wonderful duet! Then combine them with the fab new flocked Christmas Cocoa Designer Series Paper and you have the makings for some gorgeous and yet easy Christmas Cards!

This card is simple and quick to make, which is good if you're going to mass-produce cards for all your loved ones! The ornament was stamped in Real Red and punched out with the new Ornament Punch. A piece of Silver Elastic Cord was attached to the back and the ornament attached to the white cardstock with a Dimensional. Another length of cord was tied into a bow above the ornament

A 1 3/4"strip of the lux Christmas Cocoa DSP in a flocked damask pattern on red down the left side of the white layer compliments the ornament. The sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes, a great set of 24 greetings. All this was adhered to a Real Red cardstock base. Viola! All Finished!

The Christmas Cocoa DSP, Delightful Decorations set, Ornament Punch and Silver Cord are all from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog. Other items are from the 2009-10 Catalog. You may order these items from me online here if you wish.

We did this card at a workshop last night and it was well received. I hope you enjoy it too!

Thanks for dropping by! Hope you are having a good week!


Sunday, September 20, 2009

Trick or Treat Favor Basket Box

I just love these cute little boxes made from the Baskets and Blooms die! Instead of making the basket with the round bottom, a strip of cardstock was used to make a flat basket that is 2" deep and is great for small gifts, candy, favors or whatever you can think up! I made my first one at a pre-Stampin' Up! Convention stamp camp and just loved them!

After die-cutting the front and back pieces, the flap was trimmed off each then they were run through the Big Shot with the new Perfect Details Texturz Plates for that cool diamond pattern.

This basket, which holds a bag of candy in a cello bag surrounded by black paper shreds, is embellished with a tie of the lusciously soft and pliable Pumpkin Pie Striped Wide Grosgrain Ribbon. I have three of the colors already and can't wait to get the fourth! This ribbon is so supple and ties so nicely! It also adds a great splash of color to projects! You'll love it!

Stamps: Holiday Best (Level 1 Hostess set)
Ink: Basic Black
Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, Very Vanilla card stock
Tools: Big Shot, Baskets and Blooms Die, Perfect Details Texturz Plate, Ribbon, Curly Label Punch, Wide Oval Punch
Accessories: 1 1/4" Pumpkin Pie Striped Grosgrain

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Friday, September 18, 2009

Build-A-Bear Birthday Card

I just recently got my exclusive Stampin' Up! Build-A-Bear Dies!! Here's a photo when Bearemy(R) and our new partnership with the Build-A-Bear Worshop(R) company was introduced at convention by Jill Kocherhans; you can see by the confetti on the floor that he was given an exciting and rousing reception!

We have four pages of Build-A-Bear products on pages 34-37 of the fabulous Holiday Mini Catalog. You'll be blown away by all the new and fabulous products in it! WOW! (see link at bottom of this post)

I needed a card for a three-year-old's birthday so my new Build-a-Bear (BAB) dies are perfect. The bear is diecut with the Big Shot Bigz die out of Close to Cocoa cardstock; her clothes are cut with the Beary Essentials Bigz Die from the new Pawsitively Prints Designer Series Paper designed just for the BAB line. (I just love those little pleats in her skirt; what great details!) Now, every self-respecting girl bear has to accessorize, so we have accessories for her cut with the Beary Girl Sizzlet out of Brocade Blue cardstock (purse, belt, bow, heart, flower in hair)! Isn't she just a doll?! lol!

Stamps: Funky Forest wheel (background)
Inks: Old Olive marker and ink cartridge for wheel
Paper: Pawsitively Prints DSP (#118060, $9.95); Close to Cocoa, Old Olive, Brocade Blue, Bashful Blue, Pretty in Pink cardstocks, pink DSP from my scrap box.
Tools: Big Shot, Bear Bigz Die, Beary Essentials Bigz Die, Beary Girl Sizzlet, Trio Flower Punch (pink flowers), White Signo Gel Pen.

I hope you enjoy this card... I have a feeling you'll be seeing more of this beary cute girl and her boy bear friend! lol!

Click this bear for the Build-A-Bear products on the SU website! Click on "Learn More" under the text and you can even dress the bear, like playing paperdolls! (Oh, I might be going to have a second childhood!) lol!

Click the bear to see all the Build-a-Bear products in the Holiday Mini Catalog! (a .pdf file).

Call your demo to order; if you don't have a demonstrator, I'd be happy to be yours... just email me funstampin @ (remove spaces) with your order and have it shipped directly to your door! Or order online here:

Thanks for visiting today; have a great day!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Gifts of the Earth RAK

I had the most beautiful surprise waiting for me when I went to the mailbox today! One of my fellow SSUS group members sent me a gorgeous RAK (random act of kindness) for fall! Rose Kerry is a warm, generous lady and a fabulous stamper, as confirmed by this beautiful card.

Rose used the Gifts of the Earth set which is in the Holiday Mini Catalog on pg. 15. for the focal image on this card. Rose's coloring is so pretty on the focal image but my picture doesn't capture all the colors in the background and on the image. She also used the Autumn Traditions DSP which is one of my favorites! I can also see that Rose used the new Shimmer Paint in Frost White to sponge over the focal image and the sentiment also! It is so shimmery and gorgeous in person! Just wait until you see it... you'll love it too!

Stamps: Gifts of the Earth (#116501, set of 4, $20.95); Many Merry Messages (#115370, set of 24, $36.95)
Inks: Basic Black
Paper: Autumn Traditions Designer Papers, #115668, p. 160, $9.95; Elegant Eggplant, Soft Suede, Ruby Red and Very Vanilla card stocks
Accessories: Eggplant 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, Ruby Red Brads, Modern Label Punch, new Frost White Shimmer Paint (Holiday Mini, #116854, $5.95).

My photograph doesn't do this card justice. If it's not raining tomorrow, I may try to get a better picture!

Thanks again Rose, for a beautiful card which really brightened the day and lifted my spirits!


Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Medallion in Brocade and Suede

Today I needed to make a sympathy card for a friend. I chose the Medallion stamp for its classic beauty and it's circular design symbolizing eternal life.

First I stamped the Medallion background with Sahara Sand ink onto a Natural White cardstock layer; the Naturals card stocks have tiny flecks in them and give nice depth and visual texture. Then the Medallion was stamped off-center over that in Brocade Blue Ink. I stamped the Medallion again on a scrap of the same cardstock, cut the center circle out, added a Square Ice Rhinestone Brad to it and adhered this layer with Dimensionals to the larger medallion.

The card base is Brocade Blue then a layer of Soft Suede cardstock. The Medallion layer is adhered over that.

The sentiment was stamped with Basic Brown ink onto Brocade Blue and punched out with the Word Window Punch. This was layered onto a punchout of Soft Suede made with the Modern Label Punch; a Silver Mini Brad was added at each end of the sentiment, which was then adhered with Dimensionals.

I liked the way this turned out. It is simple but elegant and understated. It was also quite easy and quick to make using this nice large stamp. It carries itself and doesn't have to have a lot of other embellishments, although they can be used quite successfully with it too!

Stamps: Medallion stamp, En Francais, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Brocade Blue, Sahara Sand, Basic Brown
Paper: Naturals White, Soft Suede, Brocade Blue
Accessories: Ice Square Rhinestone Brad, Silver Mini Brads, Modern Label Punch, Word Window Punch, Dimensionals, Paper Snips

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Friday, September 11, 2009

Kind and Caring Thoughts, Autumn Traditions DSP

This week's Blogger's Challenge is "Thinking of You". That means I could use any sets or layouts to make my project. I had been working with this sketch for Technostamper's Challenge this week so I used it again for this challenge. TIP: The straight and simple lines of the sketch really let the stamps and papers take the spotlight here!

I love this ginkgo leaf stamp from the Level 3 Hostess set Kind and Caring Thoughts and have used it about twenty five times already! Really! I made a set of swap cards with this stamp for convention; It really fits this sketch perfectly too! I inked my stamp with Always Artichoke, cleaned off the berries then inked them with markers in Crushed Curry, More Mustard, and a touch of Ruby Red for dimension. This was stamped on Whisper White and layered on Almost Artichoke cardstock. The two top corners were given some definition and interest using the Mat Pack and Paper Piercing Tool.

For the background, two prints from the Autumn Traditions Designer Series Paper were layered onto Almost Artichoke then adhered to a More Mustard card base. I used the "Thinking of You" stamp from this set and stamped it in Almost Artichoke onto the Soft Suede DSP print to give that paper more "presence" in this composition. TIP: Stamping on your DSP is a great way to make it unique for your particular project. "Thinking of You" from the Teeny Tiny Wishes set was stamped in White Craft Ink onto Elegant Eggplant cardstock and heat embossed with Clear Embossing Powder then punched out with the Modern Label Punch (a wildly popular new punch!). Two More Mustard brads from the Earth Elements Brads assortment accent the ends. This was added to the card with Dimensionals.

Stamps: Kind and Caring Thoughts (Level 3 Hostess set, Free with $500. party); Teeny Tiny Wishes (#115370, set of 24 sentiments,, $36.96)
Inks: White Craft Ink; Almost Artichoke Classic Ink; More Mustard, Crushed Curry, Ruby Red Stampin' Write Markers
Paper: Autumn Traditions DSP; Almost Artichoke, More Mustard, Whisper White card stock
Accessories: Mat Pack, Paper Piercing Tool, Heat Tool, Clear Embossing Powder, Modern Label Punch, Earth Elements Brads, Dimensionals

You can find the other card that I made with this very same sketch and Designer Paper that looks very different posted here. You can also find the list of Blogger's Challenge members here. Check them out to see what they made for this challenge!

Thanks for visiting! Have a great weekend!


Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Wandering Words & Autumn Traditions

Technostamper's Sketch Challenge this week is a simple rectangle with straight lines; I can't believe we're already at sketch #86!

I recently received my pre-ordered sets from the Holiday Mini Catalog but hadn't mounted the cool new Wandering Words set. It has three good sized stamps representing fall, Christmas and Valentines. Each stamp has long flowing words in it too, which are very pretty.

I chose the fall stamp and coordinated the colors with the Autumn Traditions DSP. This print is so pretty with this great combination of colors, and is perfect for fall! I inked my stamp with the markers then stamped on Very Vanilla cardstock. This was mounted on Elegant Eggplant. The card base is Elegant Eggplant layered with Soft Suede then the More Mustard DSP print and the leaf print.

I took the artistic liberty of turning the sketch on its side which fit my image and was pretty happy with the way it turned out. I also just love how all those colors mesh together for a seasonal look! You can see the other participants in this challenge by going to Technostamper's blog here.

Here's the original sketch for today:

Stamps: Wandering Words (#116507, set of 3, $25.95)
Inks: Markers: Soft Suede, Ruby Red, Always Artichoke, More Mustard, Elegant Eggplant
Papers: Autumn Traditions Designer Series Paper (#115668, $9.,95); Elegant Eggplant, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla cardstocks
Accessories: Gold brads, Ticket Corner Punch, Eggplant 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon

Thanks for dropping by! Try out the challenge yourself and post the link to your card in my comments section or over at Technostamper's blog so we can see your work!

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Monday, September 7, 2009

Simple Seasonal Thanks & Sweet Treat Cups

Have you seen the new Simple Seasonal Thanks stamp (#111548) on pg. 28 of the new Holiday Mini Catalog? It's a cute single large snowman stamp with words inside it's outline. It's used for this card I'm posting today with a real twist that makes it useful for lots more applications!

Last week I had the opportunity to meet with my Stamp Therapy demo friends and Gayle Enouen brought this as a Make 'n Take for each of to do. Isn't it adorable!

When mounting her stamp, Gayle used an Exacto knife to cut just inside the outline of the snowman body. She set that part aside and mounted just the snowman portion; she can insert the word portion of the rubberstamp when she wants to use that too. Verrry clever girl, that Gayle!!

The snowman is stamped in Basic Black on Whisper White cardstock and shaded with a Bashful Blue Stampin' Write Marker. The hat and scarf were colored in with a Real Red marker and the "Let it Snow" from the Punch Pals set was stamped in black on the snowman. A circle was punched in the center of the lower portion of the snowman with the 1 3/4" Circle Punch and also in a 2 3/4" square piece of white cardstock. The Sweet Treat cup holds Chunky Glitter and coarse kosher salt (the salt looks very much like snow and the glitter really gives a great sparkle to it.) Colorful candy could also be used in the cup instead of the "snow".

The card base of Real Red cardstock layered with the Merry Moments Designer Series Paper makes a great background for this adorable snowman!

All products except the salt : ) are by (c)Stampin' Up!

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Saturday, September 5, 2009

Blogger's Challenge #115, Baby!

This Friday's Blogger Challenge is "Baby." When I saw the challenge, I immediately thought that the darling new set Animal Stories would work great for this! I was under the weather Thursday so am just now getting this up today!

I love the colors in the pretty Razzleberry Lemonade Designer Series Paper so I selected this delicate design that is predominately Melon Mambo and Crushed Curry and used it for the color scheme. The card base is Whisper White layered with Melon Mambo on top which has been run through the Big Shot with the Large Dots Texturz Plate.

I stamped the giraffe in Melon Mambo on white then cut it out and laid it aside. The Scallop Circle in Crushed Curry was diecut with the Scallop Circles #2 die then I added dots on each scallop with the Signo White Gel Pen. A circle of Whisper White was cut with the Circle Scissors then run through the Big Shot with the Small Dots Texturz Plate then adhered to the curry scallop circle. The giraffe was then added to that with Dimensionals.

A strip of Razzleberry Lemonade DSP was treated with the Scallop Edge Punch and overlaid with Melon Mambo Polka Dot Grosgrain Ribbon and tie. The sentiment "hello baby" from Teeny Tiny Wishes was punched out with the Word Window Punch and layered on a Crushed Curry Modern Label Punch out for the final touch.

Stamps: Animal Stories, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Inks: Melon Mambo
Papers: Razzleberry Lemonade DSP; Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry, Whisper White cardstock
Accessories: Scallop Circles #2 die, Big Shot, Large Dots and Small Dots Texturz Plates, Signo White Gel Pen, Circle Scissors, Glass Cutting mat, Modern Label Punch, Word Window Punch, Scallop Edge Punch. All products are from Stampin' Up!

You can see the links tother talented stampers who participate in the Blogger's Challenge here!

Hope you enjoy! Thanks for visiting today; have a safe and fun Labor Day weekend!


Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Medallion Planner

I received this gorgeous planner book in an organized 3-D swap at convention. How fortunate am I! And it features one my favorite stamps, Medallion! The talented Diedre Mooney is the stamp artist who designed and made the planner. Thanks so much, Diedre! I love it! I got to see Diedre and visit with her for a few minutes at Convention; that's one of the great things about attending... you get to see friends from all over the US and Canada! I also saw my friend Sue Erickson who lives on an island on the SE Alaska coast! But that's off-topic (reining myself back in, lol!)

This is a "pocket-size" planner with a plastic covering over it for durability. I will definitely enjoy keeping my plans/dates/etc. in this for this coming year!

Stamps: Medallion, En Francais
Inks: Bermuda Bay, Soft Suede
Paper: Bermuda Bay, Very Vanilla, Bermuda Bay
Accessories: Soft Suede Polka Dot Ribbon, Eyelet Edge Punch, Chocolate Chip Corduroy Button, Scallop Oval Punch, Large Oval Punch, Swirls Sizzlet, Sponge. There may be other things used but that's what I see right now. :)

All products but the planner itself are from Stampin' Up!

I just had to share it; hope you enjoy! Have a great day!


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

On a Pedestal Bookmark Card

Here's another card that I made at a pre-convention activity; I had so much fun doing lots of stamping activities before the Convention even began!

This card uses the On the Pedestal set which I don't have but would sure like to! :) I saw so many great cards using this set that I now think I "need" it! lol! This is a birthday card that holds a bookmark that the recipient can keep and use. What a great idea!

The card base is Chocolate Chip card stock; the front side edge of the card has been scalloped with the Scallop Edge Punch, making a little more narrow than the back flap. A one inch wide strip of Bermuda Bay was added to the back to accentuate the chocolate scallops. A Bermuda Bay panel of card stock which was punched twice with the Word Window punch was attached to the front of the card with Dimensionals to allow the bookmark to be slipped in and out. A narrow Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon was attached to the panel and a tie of Bermuda Bay Polka Dot Grosgrain ribbon was added to it.

The bookmark was stamped with the cake both right-side-up and up-side down to make it quite tall and the sentiment stamped over that in Chocolate Chip. The bookmark is then slipped through the slots made by the Word Window Punch. Viola! A clever and cute card!!

Hope you enjoy! Have a great day!

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