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Count My Blessings Stampin' Up

August 24, 2017

Isn't everyday a good day to count your blessings?

 

I have so many! My Savior, my family, my friends, my fiancé, my home, my health (even tho I'm a little puny today, battling a stomach bug) so minor....., my neighbors, my job, my co-workers, my boss, and so much more!

 

Today's set just called out to me from the new Holiday 2017-2018 Catalog. It is going live September 1, 2017. Some of you may have already received the catalog. It is full of "OHHH I want thats"  

I could hardly wait for this set to arrive. It is simple with perfect sayings.  4 Botanical stamps and 2 sentiments. I especially needed the "Thinking of You' stamp. 

 

As demonstrators we have the opportunity to preorder sets before our customers do. One of the perks of being a demonstrator. But it also allows us to receive the sets to showcase to you. 

 

Hope you enjoy and get inspiration from these posts!

 

Colors used are: Old Olive, & Rich Razzelberry,  & Whisper White.

Stamp Sets are: Count My Blessings pg 50, and Big on Birthdays pg 72 in the big catalog. 

 

The DSP is retired, I would love to purchase the new DSP Painted Autumn,pg 49, but you know you can't have it all. And I have soooooooo much paper. I decided I have to use what I have. 

But do check out the Painted Autumn if you are in need of Autumn/Thanksgiving DSP

The wooden acorns are also retired, but available now is a set called Touches of Nature pg49.

I used my square stitched framlet die, what would I do without those?? And some gold twine.

I watercolored the inside stamp of acorns with the new watercolor pencils. Would have been better if I had used water-color paper....take my advice.  

Card#1

 

 

 

 

 

Card #2

 

My Brother just had his 70th Birthday, this 2nd card was for him. Love my bro!

 

 

  

 

 

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