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Cards from Friends

I've been meaning to share these 2 cards I received from stamping friends... they both really caught my eye! 

By Julie Ramos... I love the simplicity of this card, it's really stunning and elegant and fun all at the same time!  (and you can't go wrong with red, white and blue in my book!)


This card is by Wendy Sorensen (one of my talented downline!).. LOVE this set and all her attention to detail!


Can you see the tiny little pop of glitter in the flower center??  OK>> so I think THAT is just the RIGHT amount of glitter for any card!  LOL  :)  (see THIS POST if you want to read about my glitter phobia! LOL)


Thanks, ladies for brightening my day with your cards!




Patty - I have to laugh when you mention glitter. When I told my husband I wanted to be a Stampin Up demo 5 years ago, the first question he asked was "Do you have to use glitter?" I told him no & he was fine. LOL Glitter is NOT allowed in our house.

angela ross

lol!! "birds of a feather".... we are a 'glitter free' home as well!! ( i have a 6 year old and we had a glitter incident last summer!). those cards are just beautiful! ok, i've got to put my order in for the afternoon tea paper, i just can't get around it!

Julie Ramos

What a great way to start my Friday morning! I log on to your blog and what do I see? One of my cards, ohmigosh! What an honor! Thanks so much for the post and the comments, you are such a sweet lady. I can't wait to take your class. Thanks for making my day, Patty.


Thank you for brightening OUR day!!

Crystal French

These cards are great. As I looked closely at Wendy's card I'm wondering if she made that big oval underlay by stacking punched ovals - is that what she did? If so, cool idea and easier than doing that scalloped edge with the corner rounder, plus I like the overlay look. I'm certainly going to give that a try!! BTW, I, too, LOVE the Afternoon Tea paper!

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