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1.22.2015

STAMP HIGHLIGHT : SHOOTING STAR

Today we are finishing off our January Stamp Highlights with Shooting Star. This heartfelt stamp set is all about the stars and you! 



Ashley used all of the little stars from this set making a perfect backdrop for the adorable girl! What a sweet card!



Nichol created a night sky scene inspired by the greeting she used from the Shooting Star Stamp Set. The Stitched Sky dies coordinate perfectly with the images and sentiments from Shooting Star.



Laura used the Lots of Stars dies to create her background as well as the speech bubble from the Index Card die set for the sentiments.



Geralyn used the Stitched Sky dies to create some puffy clouds for the cute little girl to sit on. We love how festive the scattered stars look!



We love shaker cards, and Elena made the sweetest one! Our new sun, moon and stars dies work so perfectly with the sentiment from Shooting Star. This would make the sweetest Valentine's Day card!


Pamela paired this perfect sentiment with two little stars in this mini card that's perfect for Valentine's Day!




12 comments:

  1. Lovely work! This set is perfect for OWH Cards.

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  2. Love all of these! Can't wait to make some cards with them this weekend :)

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  3. Too cute!!! My favorite new set shooting for the stars! !!

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  4. I love this little girl holding the teddy bear! However, since I have only boys! I wish they also have an image with a boy olding teddy bear!

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  5. Everyone's cards are super adorable! This stamp set is just too sweet! ♥

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  6. Love all these cards. Stamp set and dies are on their way, can't wait to get them and start creating.

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  7. Oh goodness these are all fantastic!

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  8. Amazing cards, such a cute stamp set!

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  9. Simply awesome, congrats on lhe release !!! Hugo, Laila .

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  10. What a cute stamp set and what cute and amazing cards. Love the different way the stamps were used. Great job! TFS

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