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Cupcake girl

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Cupcake girl

Hello dear ones, today it becomes sweet and that in several respects. Every time I see the stamp I definitely get a craving for a little cake, who also? In addition to the current stamp set, I used an older cutting die. I think that was one of the first I was allowed to call my own from CCD. I use:Birthday Swissies Clear Stamp Set So I'm going to bake a cake ;-)Be dear greetings Ginger  

Reindeer Swissie

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Reindeer Swissie

  Hello!  Larisa here and today, I'm so excited to share a fun holiday card using the NEW Release from CC Designs!  This little cutie is Reindeer Swissie!  Isn't she just adorable!!!  For my card, I started with some patterned papers and trimmed the polka dot pattern to fit the front of my card base.  Then I used the NEW Deco,  Square Metal Die to cut a piece of red patterned paper.  I layered on a scalloped circle in white and then added a die cut Christmas Tree from my stash and my little reindeer!  Then I mounted the whole...

Monster Swissie

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Monster Swissie

Hello!  Today, I'm sharing a super fun and festive Halloween card using the NEW Monster Swissie Stamp Set.  Isn't this little guy adorable?  For my card, I just layered up some patterned paper, colored up my image, fussy cut him out, and popped him on top using some foam tape.  Then I added some chipboard stickers, enamel dots, and my sentiment.  So much fun!  A quick and easy card, ready for Halloween! Card Details:  Monster Swissie Clear Stamp Set

Ella Swissie

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Ella Swissie

Hello!  Larisa here and today, I have a sweet little fairytale card for you featuring the NEW Ella Swissie stamp from CC Designs.  For my card, I used the Quad Collage die to create my background.  I also used the grass from the Cloud and Grass Die set to create my grassy hills.  Once I had my background created using patterned paper, I moved on to my little castle tower and added a little pumpkin in front of it.  Then I popped my image in front with some foam tape and added my sentiment to the top.  Such a sweet...