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HO HO HO Stocking

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This card is to get you thinking about the Holidays! I always think I am going to get my act together early but I never do! So when my friend Betty designed this card I was up for it! We are so blessed to have some really great time together and our friend Lorna joins in and before you know it we are laughing, smiling, and designing cards! We all realize the Lord has blessed us by brining us together, to support each other! The cards we design are the icing on the cake of our fellowship!

The stocking is colored in with markers, and then I used liquid pearls to accent all the lines, which gives it a very dimensional look. The yarn and the bling gives it just the finishing touch.  I framed the card with red and green card stock.  It is very festive and bright colors that get you in the spirit for the Holiday! Have fun! contacted me to order your stamps debsegler@gmail.com

Stained Glass Holiday

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This is a retired stamp, but it is so wonderful to color and I think it turned out very nice. I used copics and then I embossed the background in holiday swirls, that are difficult to see in this picture. It is a large card and will go to someone very special for Christmas! Not to early to get started on the Holidays! Enjoy!

Dragons that FLY!

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Who could not love this wonderful stamp set? Want one? debsegler@gmail.com  I am having a blast making cards with this set!  The bottom of the card is placed on the brick wall embossing folder( I know you need that too!( 979-255-0377) Embossed brick on light brown card stock and ice raised side of folder with chocolate ink right onto folder. This fills in the outline of the bricks very nicely!
The chocolate brown card stock is a small strip to place the stamped image on. The card base is on white card stock and you mask the sides off with two sticky notes. Don't get crazy over measuring,  I just placed the two on the right side and then moved over about two inches and place the two on the left side. Then with a dauber or rubber sponge use green and yellow inks to add the burst of color. I then colored on the flowers stamps with coral, on the flowers, light green on the leaves and accented leaves with dark green. Huff on the stamp to give it moisture back, and then stamp bottom le…