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Monday, September 1, 2014

Day 1 of 30 of the #30yearsofhappy Cards-National Stamping Month!

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This is Day 1 of my #30yearsofhappy challenge! For 30 days I will have cards posted using one of the #30daysofhappy stamps! Read below to see HOW to get your hands on this AMAZING stamp set FOR FREE!!

Here is my 1st Project:

Flaxen Ink, Sunset Ink, Lagoon Ink, and Black Ink
Blue Painters Tape
Mini Stapler
1 X 1 Glass Block
Black Gel Pen

Be sure to check back tomorrow to see my next card! 


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September 2014 Constant Campaign: #30yearsofhappy!

National Stamping Month #30yearsofhappy

September is National Stamping Month, and Close To My Heart is ready to celebrate all month long! When you spend $30 on any current retail-priced stamps during the month of September, you qualify to receive the exclusive C-sized stamp set #30yearsofhappy for FREE! This special offer is part of our celebration of National Stamping Month and in honor of our ongoing celebration of our founder and CEO Jeanette Lynton’s 30-year anniversary in the scrapbooking and stamping industry. The exclusive stamp set features 30 mini images and sentiments perfectly suited for 30 days of happy stamping! Plus, make sure you check out Close To My Heart’s Facebook page and Instagram during September to follow all the ways we’re celebrating #30yearsofhappy for a full 30 days!
Dates: Offer valid September 1, 2014–September 30, 2014

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Rebecca Brown said...

Nice card! I'd love to hear how you did the abstract inking. Based on your supplies I'm assuming it used masking tape. Nice effect.

Julia Hammond said...

I am with Rebecca, HOW did you use the painters tape???

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