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Planners Gonna Plan and Candlelight Garden (S1511) Stamp of the Month

December starts out with an AMAZING 2016 Planner special. Attention all planner addicts! During December, you can get your hands on the new, gorgeous Everyday Life™ album from Close To My Heart, the accompanying Everyday Life 2016 planner pages, and the coordinating Everyday Life Perfect Plan roller stamp in an exclusive product bundle for only $29.95. That’s over 15% off the retail price! With the new Everyday Life line, you’ll experience “memory keeping on the go” as you track your menus and shopping lists, stamp reminders, keep appointments, and tuck away precious memories—plus much more—all at once! This offer is only available while supplies last, so plan to place your order early in the month and start 2016 off right.

And while you are checking out the new Everyday Life Perfect Life 2016 and the Cyber Week special, keep in mind that the AWESOME December Stamp of the Month is only $5 with a $50 order --
Here is one of the many projects I will be sharing this month -- this is one of my advance class cards.

I started with some old vellum envelopes and stamped using Mementos ink, two images.

The stamped flowers were colored in using the ShinHan alcohol markers, as was the bottom of the jar to give it the look of water.

My dear friend and fellow Rockin' heART team member, Joan, shared the slider card.

Together we created a Cricut Design Space file for use with the Cricut Explore.

Makes my class preparation so much easier when I can cut using the Cricut Explore. I will share both the video link and Design Space file, you will need our Cricut Cartridges - Artbooking and Artiste.

There is a tag you pull in the back and it draws the front up, revealing a message.

The Whisper Large Twine and the Enamel and Glitter Blue Duos both come in the Urban Workshop on the Go (G1103), Urban is my featured Creative Collection for December.

 The tag has little message, too.

And don't forget the inside with the pretty friends and flowers sentiment.

I would love for all my stampin' crafty friends to make this cute Stamp of the Month their own -- the little jar won me over!

Tutorial HERE
Cricut Explore File HERE

Thank you for stopping by


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