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I go back and forth for about five minutes before I decide.
I am using Very Vanilla card stock with Always Artichoke ink by Stampin UP along with there Retired Wonderland stamp set.
The top one is my first test stamp to see how it works out and go from there with stamping more trees on each side.
Set those aside to dry, they took less then 10 minutes.
I also stamped the sentiment on Crumb Cake card stock with the matching ink and made them in to banners.
Used tape to apply it down and the foam on the back of the tree piece will also help keep them down and in place.
The banned I added some foam to the back and placed it on top of where the sticky tape shows
Some basic supplies I use I purchase from Hobby Lobby or Micheal’s with coupons or on sale
Hobby Lobby brand is called The Paper Studio
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Micheal’s brand is called Recollections
their website is http://www.michaels.com/
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My demo is Jenny Rast Find a Stampin UP demon here http://www.stampinup.com/home/en-US/
- I used Crumb Cake card stock and ink
- I used Very Vanilla card stock
- I used Always Artichoke ink
- I used their Dimensionals
- I used a retired stamp set called Wonderland
- I used their Vellum card stock
To purchase Simon Says Stamp products click here http://www.simonsaysstamp.com/
- I used their Falling Snow 6X6 stencil
To purchase My Favorite Things products click here http://mftstamps.com/
- I used their 6X6 Music back ground stamp
- I used their Oval die set
- You can purchase Metallic thread and Embossing paste along with stick strip adhesive at your local or favorite crafty places.