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Glory, Wonder, Miracle with Penny Black



Merry Christmas.....


As we celebrate the birth of the new born King, I wanted to come out to you and wish you the Merriest of Christmases.


As you all know, I love Penny Black stamps and dies.
I had to finish off the year with one of my favorite sentiments.

The Blue poinsettia is just the bonus.  :)



Scarlet Season die was cut from watercolor paper. Colored around the edges with Arteza TwiMarker in Blue, then spritzed with water. Like magic, you have a unique poinsettia like no other!

Base of card has been flicked with the same marker.

Sentiment from the Holy Season set is heat embossed.


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Until 2020.......be crafty,




Hope Ornament with Penny Black


Happy December!!!


I am into making my own ornaments this year and wanted to share this adorable, super easy peasy country style ornament.


All you need is a 3" embroidery hoop, a scrap of checked gingham fabric and the Thrill of Hope stamp by Penny Black.
(Twine Greenery and berry all came from the Dollar Tree)



Full disclosure...I did sew the paper to the fabric, but you could totally skip that and just glue the sentiment.





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Thrill of Hope with Penny Black



Hi there....


Awww... nothing better than a Christmas combo of Navy and Silver!

LOVE   LOVE   LOVE

This new detailed Poinsettia from Penny Black (also know as Scarlet Season) is just a must have in every craft room!

Layer it like I have with two colors or design your own with more colors or just one.
It's your poinsettia...you get to decide.



Edge of card was die cut with Stitched Nested Frames, the divider on the card was die cut with Curved Stitch.
The awesome sentiment is from the Thrill of Hope set.

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Blessed with Penny Black



Hello.....

Fall is in the air and I am journaling in my Bible with new goodies from 


Come on over for a visit, check out the stamps and there is a tutorial for you also.

  

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