Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Always Thankful for Life's Blessings

November is a Time to Count our Blessings and Give Thanks. In my life I am thankful for good health and for my family and friends. And I'm thankful to have this hobby in my life. Thank you for being part of my life and for supporting me.

Stamping has brought many blessings to my life. It allows me the opportunity to be creative and to be appreciated by my friends and family for that creativity. My hobby has allowed me to build a business that supports itself (yay!). And stamping has also helped me to widen my circle of friends. I have met so many wonderful people through stamping events. Some of you are now my customers and for that I am grateful as I watch my business grow. What are you thankful for?

This card features products from the new Mini Catalog The image is from a set called Always Thankful and the Designer Paper used as the background is called Spice Cake. The colors in the Spice Cake Collection (and used to color this project) are: More Mustard, Pool Party, Pear Pizzazz, River Rock and Very Vanilla.  To see another card made with this stamp set click HERE. To see more Fall Cards click HERE.

To duplicate this project get your supplies HERE 
Spice Cake Paper:
  12 sheets of double sided paper, 6 designs -
  2 of each   #124003, $10.95
Always Thankful Stamp Set
  wood mount #123787, $25.95
  clear mount #123789, $19.95
Clear Blocks Needed:
  Block E: #118484, $11.95

Catalog Tip: Did you know that the stamps sets shown in the Stampin'UP! catalogs are FULL SIZE?  That makes it so easy to choose the right clear block. Just lay your block over the image in the catalog to ensure the correct fit. This works with punches too. Punch a hole and lay it over the image to see if the stamped image will fit on the punched piece.

And best of all, you can shop for all your stamping supplies without ever leaving your house.
No gas money, no travel time, no rude shoppers elbowing you or snatching something you were reaching for. Shop at my on-line Stampin'UP! store and have the order delivered right to your own home. That's really something to be thankful for.

Happy Stamping

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