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Lets Dance!

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Welcome!  This is my first Blog Waltz, and I am very excited!

I really wanted to use the new stamps I ordered last week for this project, but the “snail mail” is moving at its typical pace.  Therefore, I am using bits and pieces from Vintage Labels #1 and #4 with my Nestie.  The basket and apples are from the Doodlecharms Cricut cart.  The apples were cut three times with different papers and pieced together.  The final touch was Glossy Accents to make part of the apple shiny.  The pumpkin is from Everyday Paper Dolls.  I used pattern paper from Cloud 9, My Minds Eye and K & Co.  Always Artichoke, Chocolate chip, Rose Red and Pumpkin inks from Stampin Up for the stamps and inking the edges.

Thanks for taking turn around the dance floor with my blog!

Next month I look forward to showcasing more of Waltzing Mouse stamps!

See you then, if not sooner!

Candy

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Blast off birthday card

I made this card for 2 challenges and my Son’s friends birthday. 

The first challenge is 2S4Y sketch:

The second challenge is Polka Doodles.  They wanted an easel card.

I knew exactly what I wanted to do when I saw the sketch.  I saw the cutest stamp set from Waltzing Mouse Stamps that showed a rocket with a little kids face in the window.  I knew there was a rocket cut on the Everyday Paper Dolls Cricut cart because I used it to make my son’s birthday party invitations.  I just broke out my Peachy Keen face stamps and wa-la!  The stars are from Plantin Schoolbook cart (this is such a great cart!).  I cut two slits and threaded the embroidery floss through after I inked the edges with Stampin Up Peach Parfait.  I also popped up the rocket and stand-a-lone star.  The background patterned paper is K&Company, The Best of Brenda Walton; and the rocket paper is from DCWV, Nana’s Kids.  The plain paper is Recollections.

I hope you like it.

Thank you for your kind comments and feedback!

Candy

Thank you candles

My son had his last day of preschool today.   He had two incredible teachers.  I bought the candles and decorated the outside.  The apples and basket are from the Doodlecharms Cricut Cartridge.   The pumpkin is from Everyday Paperdolls.  I used Spellbinder Nestibilities for the flourished squares and Stampin’ Up for the stamped images and sentiment.  Also, Martha Stewart border punches, Branches and Bontanicals.