Welcome to the Ink & Inspiration Blog Hop. You are currently visiting Joanne Cantrell from the Southern Tip of Illinois, USA. I hope you enjoy some NEW Holiday Catalog projects I created just for you!
Yes folks… I know the catalog has been around for awhile but you haven’t seen everything yet. There are some many great products in this catalog… There is no way to do everything before the season is over and we are on to the new Occasions Catalog. I know. It’s so sad to think about these things going away when we just met them. But, never fear… You can still get (most) all your favorites through the end of the year!!! But don’t wait to stock up… Get them now!
So, it seems like I am repeating myself a little because I know you’ve heard me say before that I am not a fan of cutting my Designer Series Paper… But here I am loving it and chopping it just for you! #loveitchopit
This card uses the Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper and the sentiment is from Count My Blessings.
A little silver foil and some silver embossing adds sparkle to the Snowflake Sentiment Bundle.
Every needs a little cup of coffee to cheer them up on a cold winter night. This card uses Designer Series Paper from Be Merry (on sale thru 10/31) and Merry Little Christmas. Merry Cafe stamps were used and cut out the the Coffee Break dies.
This card uses another great Designer Series Paper from the new Holiday Catalog – Merry Music. Since the music showing is Deck the Halls, I just had to use the same sentiment from the Carol’s of Christmas stamp set! (Sorry, I guess I forgot to lighten the photo… It uses black and white paper!)
And, finally… This card uses the Christmas Quilt Suite. I love how the green pops against the red DSP, don’t you!
I hope the projects you’ve seen here on my blog today have inspired you & brightened your day. You are currently visiting Joanne Cantrell. Please see the list below & hop through all of the people on the list to see all our projects. You don’t want to miss any!
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Now, hop along!!!
Until next time.. keep it simple, Stampers!