Amazingly Amazing

Apr 20, 2015 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

 Happy Monday!  Today’s card is clean and simple – and features three stamp sets:
Bordering Blooms (stamped in Sahara Sand Ink) 

Painted Petals (one of my favorite word stamps – love it – stamped and punched with the extra large oval punch).  If you have a favorite type of stamp – clear mount, wood mount, or photopolymer, this stamp set comes in all three !  

Petite Petals  (stamped in Pacific Point ink and perfectly punched with the Petite Petals Punch – that’s a mouthful!)

To finish the card, I added dimensionals to a few of the punched flowers and the greeting and a few rhinestones for some bling! 

Order – If you would like to order supplies for these cards, click on any image below to SHOP my online store! 

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Don’t miss it – Tomorrow we will know what is on our “Last Chance List”
– and I will link to those lists as soon as they are available.   This
list will have everything that is being retired from our current catalog
– and we have the opportunity to order these products at discounted
prices  – some up to 50% off! 

The accessories are on a first come first serve basis – and some will be gone in a matter of minutes!   Best way to get what you want??  Visit my online store and place an online order  –   click  HERE

Thanks for visiting today!  


  1. Heather M

    I like bolder flowers like the petite petals, flower patch, etc, so I'm not a huge fan of this set, BUT I just want this ONE stamp out of it! LOL

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