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Two Handmade Cards with Stampin' Up! Circle -Facebook Live Recording

Today's projects are two handmade cards with Stampin' Up! Circle Celebration.  We made these cards on Craft & Chat Live on Facebook yesterday afternoon.

The circle elements on these stamp sets have a wide variety of patterns but for some reason, I was obsessed with this vine image that you will see on these two cards!  (Be sure that you are on my mailing list so you can see another card made with more of these circle's my favorite that I've made so far with this set!)

And, now...on with the show!


Lisa's Inklings for these two handmade cards with Stampin' Up! Circle Celebration-


Card 1:

Paper-quilt-on-a-handmade-card-with-circle-celebrationCard 2:

I like to call this the "quilt" card.

The faux stitching created by the dies on both of these really adds a special touch, don't you think?

Easy-handmade-card-circle-celebrationTip: To prevent the classic ink from bleeding on the elements seen in the photo above, clear emboss the image and sentiment immediately after stamping in the classic ink. 

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The Forever Greenery DSP is so very pretty.  It will probably be "retiring" soon.  Here's another favorite project of mine featuring this paper.


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Sure do appreciate all of you checking in today and I hope you have been inspired by these two handmade cards with Stampin' Up! Circle Celebration.


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Janet leffler

People love interaction cards. Kids would go crazy with all those circles filled with different
Little treasures! Way to go Lisa.

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