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Tuesday, December 18, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Card and December Specials with Close To My Heart

4" x 4" card made with the December Stamp of the Month
Today I thought I'd share another card I made with this month's awesome Stamp of the Month (Year Round Cheer).  This time I created a card perfect for March giving. I think it turned our pretty darn cute, if I do say so myself. Then again, I am a little partial to the color green...and who doesn't want to "stay lucky"?  There is a products used list at the end of this post with links to the products I used on my website, for your convenience. This awesome set can be yours for only $5 with a $50 order (before shipping and tax) during the month of December only.
Detail photo of card

December Stamp of the Month: Year Round Cheer

Be sure to check out my last post for details on ALL of the December specials and how to get them. There are 3 (yep, THREE!) specials this month that you can take advantage of all at once by ordering on my website! Cool Beans!

Hint: You can spend $65 and get over $112 in products {including a $5 Stamp of the Month ($17.95 value), a $10 Valentine Treat Kit ($40 value), and a FREE Glue Pen ($4.50 value)}! Treat yourself to a holiday gift from you to you! {Wink!}

CTMH products used:  December Stamp of the Month, Love Life Stamp Set, Perfect Fit Frames Stamp Set (used with the Cricut Cartridge*) White Daisy Cardstock, Pear Cardstock, Adventure Mini-Inks Pigment Pads (used Topiary and Pear pads),  Clear Detail Embossing Powder, Versamark Pad, White Daisy Embossing Powder, Blue and Green Sparkles Assortment, Harvest Twine Assortment, *Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge.


4 comments:

Laurel said...

Such a fun stamp set and card!

Lynn said...

I just love the mini cards you've been making with this SOTM. I just got some white & clear embossing powder in my last order so I'll be giving it a whirl over Christmas break.

Rick and Kori said...

Love this! How did you do the little dots in the background? Is that a stamp you embossed or are those little holes?

Karen Pedersen said...

Kori, the little dots that look kind of like rainbows are a background in the Love Life stamp set. Cute, huh!

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