Monday, 1 February 2016

I've Been Published! Craft Stamper March 2016

Hello my lovelies! I hope you are all well and keeping warm, away from these strong winds!


Just a short post to give you heads up about my project and a tutorial shared in the March issue of the Craft Stamper's mag (hitting the shops this Friday or already in your post box if you are a subscriber). I will be showing how to achieve glass etched magic with assistance of your favourite rubber stamps! I am using a goooorgous background stamp Leather Flowers from Stampendous and you can see a tasty sneak peek of my project above :).


I am always sooooo excited to see my work in print - thank you so much Trish (our super fab Editor)!

I hope you will enjoy my tutorial & inspiration! If you can get a copy of the magazine, be sure to check out page 23 :). The mag is FULL of fantastic mixed medialicious projects - you don't want to miss this issue. You can order your copy from Traplet Publications' online SHOP, or download a digital copy from POCKETMAGS!

Thank you for stopping by today!
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Thursday, 14 January 2016

Today Is A Good Day

Hello my lovelies! Warmest welcome to all my new and regular readers! :)

Today over at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L I am sharing this shimmery art tag and you can see my post here. I created a DIY background using gorgeous Pigment Powders - but to find out more, please hop over to the Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L's blog!

Shabby chic vintage tag with flowers

Supplies:

Donna Salazar with Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® Pigment Powders - Gold, Pink, Brown, Wine (coming soon!) and Silver (coming soon!); Lace Ribbons; Ash Washi Tape (coming soon!)

Adhesive Sheets 4x6", DODZ™ - Small, DODZ™ - 3D, DODZ™ - XL, Thin 3D Foam Squares - Mix Black

hand died seam binding ribbon

Other supplies:

Stampendous: Cling Vintage Letter stamp, Clear Detail Embossing Powder
Donna Salazar Designs MIX'D MEDIA INX - Chiffon
Liquid Pearls, flowers, ornamental berries, manila tag, seam binding ribbon

have a good day!

I really like this colour combo for Spring time projects and the Pigment Powders worked perfectly for me - just like in this Spring Time Art card.

And I just looooove these little Styrofoam berries, they are so cute, don't you think? I bought them in the 'after Christmas sales' a year ago for 50p - a real bargain and I still have loads of them left! I've also used them in this Bird's Nest Artist Trading Block project if you'd like to have another peek. 

Art tag with DIY Pigment Powders background

I hope you like my first project of the new year! Thank you so much for stopping by today and for your lovely comments!

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Thursday, 7 January 2016

And The Winner Is.....!

Hello my lovelies! Thank you soooo much to everyone who's taken part in the Seasons Givings Blog Hop! The blog hop was fantastic! I was amazed by the generosity of the people taking part and there will sure be many happy winners. Also, my biggest and warmest welcome to my new blog followers - thank you so much for joining in the fun and I hope you will find lots of inspiration here!

I also wholeheartedly enjoyed reading your comments and I loved finding out about your new year's resolutions! A lot of us will aim to get our craft rooms and supplies organised better and others hope to try their hand at a new crafting technique.

Using watercolours in crafting is definitely one of your favourite techniques to try in 2016! With this in mind I hope to share more watercolouring tips and projects here on my blog. For now, if you'd like some initial watercolouring inspiration, why don't you check out my Autumnal Wishes card with a Brusho background tutorial or the Floral Seed Packets with my colouring on kraft with Inktense pencils tutorial. You can also see some examples of colouring using watercolour pencils in my Anniversary Pop Up Bouquet Card or Near The Sea Card.

You might also like to check out this Beginners' Guide to the Magic of Watercolour Kindle Edition written by my dearest father-in-law Jack King.


Jack is an amazing artist and has always been a great inspiration to me - and I found this beginners' guide extremely helpful in my watercolour pursuits! One of my FIL's designs has also recently been selected for the charity Christmas cards for The Silver Line helpline and he's currently the 'cover boy' on The Silver Line's Facebook page :).


OK, let's move onto what you all have been waiting for - the winners of my giveaways!

First up - my giveaway #1:


And the winner is.......


Next - my giveaway #2:


And the winner is..........
the lucky commenter on my Seashell Jar Card post:

Congratulations Maureen Hayes and Samantha Wade! Ladies please contact me with your postal addresses and your goodies will be on their way, soon!

Thank you so much to everyone who entered! I hope to have another giveaway in a near future so stay tuned!

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Friday, 1 January 2016

Seasons Givings Giveaway Blog Hop And Crystal Angel

Happy New Year everyone! I am absolutely trilled to be taking part in this year's Seasons Givings Blog Hop!

This is a blog hop with a difference - each participating blog will not only have some crafty inspiration waiting for you - each blog will also have a sweet crafty surprise to give away!

What a fantastic way to start the year - you might just be the lucky winner of some fantastic crafty goodies!


As my inspiration today I'd like to share my last winter themed card for this season. Like the Angel on the card, I'm blowing the snowflakes away - except I am wishing for the winter to end and for the spring to arrive before too long :). I hope you'll like this card and that it will encourage you to look around my blog to check out my other projects as well :). You might like to have a peek at my Top Ten Picks from 2015 - a collection of my favourite projects from the last 12 months :).



Supplies:

Stampendous: Cling Crystal AngelTeal Encrusted Jewel KitRoyal Purple Glass GlitterMixed Media White Paper, Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Plus: Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®; Tim Holtz Marker Spritzer Tool, ribbon - May Arts, Sakura Clear Star pen

Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: Creative Photo Corners - Silver, Crafty Foam Tape, 3D Foam Snowflakes, 1/2" Extreme Double-Sided Tape, Pigment Powders - Pink, Blue

Chameleon Alcohol Pens: BL3, BL6, BG4, CG8, NU1, BK4

Instructions:

1. Prepare an A6 card blank from purple cardstock. 
2. Trim a panel from White Media Paper 1/16th inch smaller on each side. 
3. Sprinkle the powders, glitters and mica fragments from the Teal Kit over the panel and heat from underneath using encrusted jewel technique. 
4. Embellish the panel with silver photo corners and purple ribbon. Adhere to the card base using Extreme tape. 
5. Stamp the Crystal Angel in black onto Media Paper and colour in. Stamp the Angel again onto scrap paper and cut it out. 
6. Use the cut-out Angel as a mask to cover the Angel on your main stamped image. Using the spritzer tool air brush the background snowflake with pink, purple and blue markers. 
7. Fussy cut the image and adhere it to the card over the foam tape. 
8. Decorate a foam snowflake with pigment powders and Royal Purple Glass Glitter and adhere it to the centre of the image. 
9. Add highlights to the image with the Clear Star pen.

Also sharing today:
Stampendous Blog
Lea Fritts
Rhea Weigand - Alumni designer

Challenges for this card:
That's Crafty Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
Frilly and Funkie - Holiday Hues

Giveaway #1 - How To Enter!

As it's a Season of Givings I'm giving away not one, but two generous bundles! :). To enter my Giveway #1 simply leave a comment at the end of this post letting me know what your New Year's resolution is (or are?) - crafty or otherwise. My New Year's Resolution for 2016 is to get a new (bigger?) craft room - how's that for a challenge? lol :). So now I'd love to know what you want to aim for in 2016!

You do not have to become a follower of my blog to enter this giveaway but I would be delighted if you chose to become one :). You can follow my blog via the Google Friend Connect ('Join this site' button in my sidebar), on Bloglovin' or by subscribing by email (or you can enter your email in the sidebar gadget). 

You can also find me on Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr :).


Included in the bundle:
Stampendous clear stamp sets x6 - BlockArt Tweet Friends, Cat Sayings, Beary Mice, Dog Sayings, Hoppy Moments, Mice Wishes
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: 1x pack of Clear Photo Corners, E-Z Dots Mini Runner, 1x 3D Foam Pennants, 2x Creative Photo Corners - Silver, 2x Creative Photo Corners - Gold
2x Crimson Cloud clear stamp sets; 4x unmounted rubber stamps - Aspects of Design & others
2x wood mounted stamps - Wild Flowers and Nature Trail
1x pack of Christmas Bows; 1x Rubby Slipper ColorBox Glitter; 2x WOW! Embossing Powders - Ruby Romance & Red Glitz; 1x 5 pcs Cuttlebug Occasions Embossing/Die Set
Fancy Pants - Be Different Button Set & Toppers; John Lewis Christmas Mittens Card Toppers

Giveaway #2 - How To Enter!

The Giveaway #2 is my way of saying 'THANK YOU' to my lovely blog followers and those who take time to leave a few words on the projects I share - you are the reason I keep blogging and keep sharing my crafty potterings. Thank you so much for all your friendship and support in 2015!

To enter my Giveaway #2, please become a follower of my blog (if you're not one already) and leave a comment on any of the projects I blogged in December 2015. The number of comments you leave will equal the number of times your name will be put in the hat :).

If you follow my blog already and have commented on any of my projects in December, your name has been automatically added to the draw - yay! :)

To become a follower you can use the Google Friend Connect button ('Join this site' button in my sidebar), you can follow me via Bloglovin' or by subscribing by email (or you can enter your email in the sidebar gadget).

Ps. You can also find me on Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr :).


Included in the bundle:
1x jewellery/trinket Box hand decorated (by yours truly lol)
7x The Artistic Stamper unmounted rubber stamps: Sneaker #1, Money Bird, Birdz set, Kiki, Franswar, Mystical Bird, Mechanical Bird
1x Crafty Individuals unmounted rubber stamp CI-282, 
1x Marianne Design clear stamp set - CS0860
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: 1x Adhesibe Essentials Bundle, 1x pack of Mounting Squares, 1x 3D Foam Pennants, 2x Creative Photo Corners - Silver, 2x Creative Photo Corners - Gold
2x paper packs 6x6" - Lawn Fawn & Paper Cellar, 1x Tombow Foam Tape
1x Spellbinders In'spire Caged die, 1x Hampton Art Jillibean Soup Pea Pod Parts, 
1x Stampendous Spoonful of Confetting Fran-tage kit
1x origami paper set, 1x pack of book corners/markers, 1x acrylic mini album, 
1x Woodware border craft punch - Holly Leaf, 1x decorative edge scissors - Wave, 
15x mulberry paper roses, 5x dry poppy seed heads

Both giveaways are open internationally. You can enter until midnight (GMT) on 6th January 2016 and I will draw the winners on the 7th January 2016 :). I will endeavour to contact the winners directly - please be sure I can easily find a way of contacting you back - either via your blog or by leaving your email with your entry. If the contact is not successful, I will draw another winner/s.


Every single participant has something exciting to give away so be sure to visit them all and enter in the drawings. Your next stop is: Jennifer Ingle aka JINGLE :).

Lawn Fawn
Scrapbook Cards & Today Magazine
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L
Reverse Confetti
Technique Tuesday
CAS-ual Friday Stamps
Verve Stamps
Donna Salazar
Richard Garay
AdTech
Stamp Simply Ribbon Store
Inchie Arts
Avocado Arts
OHscrap (Bossy Joscie)
Rubermoon Stamps
Latina Crafter
A Jillian Vance Design
JustNick
Your Everyday Stamps
Latisha Yoast
AJ Otto
Kimberly Crawford
Julia Stainton
Laurie Willison
Teri Anderson
Jennifer Gallacher
Vera Yates
Wanda Guess
Nichol Magouirk
Kelly Klapstein
Anabelle O’Malley
Kim Watson
Chari Moss
Laura Bassen
Lydia Fiedler
Lisa Adametz
Alice Wertz
Daniela Dobson
Jenn Shurkus
Lori Craig
Amy Tsuruta
Lisa Henke
Margie Higuchi
Lee Murphy
Lori Tecler
Dina Kowal
Loretta Lock
Darsie Bruno
Marcie Sharp
Veronica Zalis
Barbara Anders
Maria Levine
Dana Joy
Melody Rupple
Keri Sereika
Asia King (YOU ARE HERE)
Jennifer Ingle
Yvonne Van de Grijp
Beth Pingry
Erica Houghton
Mary-Ann Maldonado
Piali Biswas
Ashley Newell
Nicole Maki
Julee Tilman
Leigh Penner
Christina Griffiths
Lindsay Amrhein
Laura Williams
Debbie Seyer
Christine Emberson
Kerry Urbatch
Linda Lucas
Tosha Leyendekker
Giovana Smith
Bunny Vance
Stacey Schafer
Lee Ann Barrett
Ruby Naz
Julie Dinn
Jill Hawkins
Christiana Reulling
Jodi Collins
Gracie Chavez
Michelle Woerner
Tania Willis
Karisse Schilling
Lori McAree
Ashley Harris
Emily Leiphart
Heidi Blankenship
Coralynn Murray
Tenia Nelson
Pretty Philosophie
Jillian Vance
Misti Oblander
Ceal Pritchett
http://simplybeautifulcreations.blogspot.com

Happy New Year everyone, may the New Year bring you many happy moments to share and new blessings to cherish.

And my heartfelt 'thank you' to Latisha Yoast - the fabulous lady who's behind this fantastic idea of Seasons Givings and who's committed a great amount of time to make it all happen!

Good luck and warm festive hugs!
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Thursday, 31 December 2015

My Year In Review - Top Picks From 2015

Hello everyone! Are you ready to greet 2016? With the New Year just hours away, I thought I'd share my Top Ten for 2015 - a collection of my favourite projects from this year. If you'd like a closer look, here are some handy links to take you right over to the original posts with the projects you might like to see again.


Shabby Chic Dress Form - I made this dress form during a Spellbinders Partner Blog Hop and I have tutorial for it, too. You will be surprised what it looked like before the transformation!

Spring Art card - this spring inspired card was made as my guest DT make for the Frilly and Funkie Challenge Blog.

Bird's Nest Artist Trading Block - shabby chic, serene take, using the Sizzix ATB die and my all time fave stamp Nestled Bird from Stampendous.

Steampunk dRamatic Society - a Steampunk version of the artist trading block die. Certainly much more drama going on there, contrary to its calm shabby chic 'sibling' above.

Mr & Mrs Wedding Card - this card opened this year's wedding makes season on my blog...

Sunflower Wedding Card - another wedding card for family nuptials which took place in a stunning scenery of Château de Javarzay in Chef-Boutonne in France. This region is known for its numerous sunflower fields - a truly magical place...

Sunflower Layout - a scrapbook page I created to commemorate this magical sunflower themed wedding.

Woodland Fairy - a sweet mixed media wall hanging with a sleeping woodland beauty.

Gardener's Dream Seed Packets - floral gift packets with a short tutorial - perfect as a lovely handmade gift for any keen gardener.

Snowy Postcard - most recent project in the above collection - a Christmas card inspired by Tim Holtz's 12 Tags of 2015.

I hope you will enjoy hopping through my favourite picks... I'd love to know which one is your favourite? :)

Finally, my heartfelt 'thank you' for your friendship and encouragement throughout these past 12 months. Every single click, every single comment, every message with a question or feedback, they have all been a real gift to me - thank you, thank you, thank you. Have your eyes peeled tomorrow as I will be back with a sweet surprise for you. Or maybe even two!

Until then, let's raise a glass for a happy, successful and full of accomplished dreams 2016! Happy New Year, my friends!


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Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Wishes From The Snow Queen

Hello everyone! Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my Christmas Train Card and if you missed my post & tutorial for the Easy Glitter Ice Skates ornaments, be sure to check it out here.

Here's another Christmas card I haven't had a chance to post yet. This one is sporting a frosty Snow Queen look :). Hope you like it! I chose one of my favourite winter colour palettes of whites, blues and pink/purples - I love this colour scheme for frosty makes.


Supplies:
Crystal Micro Glitter
Medium Perfectly Clear™ Acrylic Handle
Mixed Media White Paper
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Plus: Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®

Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L®: 3D Foam Squares Regular - White, Thin 3D Foam Squares Mix - White, DODZ™ - Medium, DODZ™ - 3D, E-Z Runner® Permanent Strips

Chameleon Color Tones Markers: NU1, BL3, BL6, BV4, PR4, PK3

Deco-Art Snow-Tex; Tim Holtz Distress Inks - Faded Jeans, Broken China, Peacock Feathers; Liquid Pearls; background paper - Sandylion Sticker Designs - Snowflakes; May Arts ribbon; decorative brad; paper distressing tool, cheese cloth, metal spatula, glitter pens.

Instructions:
1. Prepare an A6 card blank from purple cardstock.
2. Trim a background panel from Snowflakes paper 1/16 inch smaller than the card base on each side. 3. Using Yule Diamonds and Holiday Words stamps add some stamping to the background panel with the Distress Inks.
4. Distress the edges with a paper distressing tool or scissors. Adhere the panel to the card base.
5. Stamp the Snow Queen image in black onto the Mixed Media Paper and colour in with the Chameleon markers. Fussy cut the Snow Queen and the big snowflake.
6. Adhere the cut - out images to the card over the 3D foam squares - varying the height of the elements.
7. Adhere a piece of cheese cloth along the bottom edge of the card as if the Snow Queen was behind it.
8. Using a small metal spatula randomly spread some DecoArt Snow-Tex over the cheese cloth and sprinkle with Micro Glitters. Allow to dry fully.
9. Tie a double bow from coordinating ribbon, embellish it with a pearl brad and attach to the card using DODZ™ - 3D.
10. Finish the card with Liquid Pearls and glitter pen accents.

Also sharing today:
Pam Hornshu
Tenia Nelson

I am hoping to be back tomorrow with my favourite projects of 2015 - hope you will get a moment to pop in before your New Year's celebrations begin :). But I am certainly back on the 1st January 2016 with a BIG SWEET SURPRISE and to wish you all a Happy New Year :).

Thank you so much for stopping by and for any kind words left to let me know you've been - every comment is much appreciated.

Big crafty hugs


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DecoArt Mixed Media Blog - Winter Wonderland Challenge
Frilly and Funkie - Holiday Hues
That's Crafty Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
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Monday, 28 December 2015

Get Your Glitter Ice Skates On!

Hello everyone! How was your Christmas? I hope you had a magical time! I really wanted to use this time to have a proper hop around your wonderful blogs as I have shamefully been neglecting my visits lately - please forgive me. Unfortunately my Christmas joy was taken over by a horrible cold and I am still fighting hard to get rid of it. But I promise to catch up on my visits as soon as I am back on my feet...!


A short post today just to let you know that I have a project tutorial over at Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L® for these Easy Glitter Ice Skates Ornaments.

Supplies:

Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L­®: Adhesive Sheets 4x6"

Other supplies: Ice Skates and Snowflake Sky rubber stamps , Crystal Micro Glitter (Stampendous); DecoArt Americana Decor Chalky Finish Paint - Everlasting; Brilliance Pearlescent Poppy ink; water brush; wooden flat coasters; baker's twine


I hope you will get a moment to check out my easy-to-pin tutorial! Thanks for stopping by and for taking the time to comment - I always love and appreciate reading your comments! :)

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Thursday, 24 December 2015

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Hello and warmest welcome to all peeking in here on this fine Christmas Eve evening. While some of you might still be busy with last minute shopping, wrapping, decorating, cooking or any other pre-Christmas pottering about, I will be sitting down to have the Christmas Eve meal with my beloved family.

Being Polish I get the privilage of celebrating Christmas one day early. And yes, we get the pressies early,  too! Yaaay! :)

So allow me to wish you all a wonderful, happy and peaceful Christmas, full of magic and miracles and that this special time can be shared with all those who are close to your hearts.

I have a special festive train waiting for you today to take you straight to Christmas! :)


Stampendous:
Christmas Train
Aged Hunter Embossing Enamel
Aged Scarlet Embossing Enamel
Green Glass Glitter
Fresh Green Glass Glitter
Red Glass Glitter
Mixed Media White Paper
Boss Gloss Embossing Ink
Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®

Plus:Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®

Adhesives by Scrapbook Adhesives® by 3L: E-Z Runner Permanent Strips, Keepsake Envelopes, DODZ-3D

Chameleon Markers - GR3, BR5, CG8, BK4, RD4, NU1
Embossing Heat Tool

Ribbon by May Arts; metal holy leaves and bells; glitter brad, thin metal wire; assorted sequins.

Christmas Ephemera & Papers: Simple Stories - December Documented, Fancy Pants - Be Different

Instructions:

  1. Create a square card blank 5" x 5". Cut a panel from background paper 1/16th inch smaller on each side than the card blank.
  2. Adhere the panel to the card. Cut out Christmas ephemera and add to the background as shown. 
  3. Stamp Christmas Train in black onto Mixed Media paper and colour in with Chameleon Markers. Fussy cut the image.
  4. Insert the train image into a Keepsake Envelope and add a mixture of Glass Glitters and sequins.
  5. Peal off the protective tab to seal the Envelope. Peel of the backing sheet and adhere the Envelope to the card.
  6. Wrap a red and green gingham ribbon around the front card panel and tie a bow. Embellish with a glitter brad. 
  7. Cover the metal holy leaves with Boss Gloss ink and sprinkle with Aged Hunter Embossing Enamel. Heat using the heat tool.
  8. Cover three metal bells with Boss Gloss ink and sprinkle with Aged Scarlet Embossing Enamel. Heat using the heat tool. Secure the bells to the leaves using a thin metal wire.
  9. Adhere the holy cluster to the card.
Merry Christmas everyone! Thank you for being part of my Christmas,  too!

Big festive hugs 

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That's Crafty Challenge Blog - Anything Goes
Emerald Creek Dares - Celebrations Around the World
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Saturday, 19 December 2015

Christmas Is In the Air And A Snowy Postcard

Re-eited: Yaaaay! My card was featured in the Designer Spotlight at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! Woot woot!!! :)

Hello everyone and my warmest welcome on this pre-Christmas weekend :) I thought I would pop in to share another Christmas card I made - this one was inspired by Tim Holtz's December tag from 12 Tags of 2015.


I don't often play with tags (although I always promise myself to create more of them) so I extended the theme of Tim's inspiration tag onto a card.

I more or less followed the steps on Tim's tutorial. For the sprayed burlap panel I used Red Pepper Color Wash and Dreamweaver Holiday Greetings And Holly stencil. The main panel was stamped with Brilliance Pearlescent Olive ink (my fave ink ever!) using this gorgeous Stampendous Snowy Postcard stamp (my fave stamp ever!) and I added some shading with Inktense pencils (my fave pencils ever!). I also heat embossed in Detail Black the Christmas Air sentiment.


For the wreath I used a punch and dies from Martha Stewart, Spellbinders and Marianne's Designs and mounted the foliage with heaps of DODZ™ Small. Then I added a handful of baby cones (picked up outside my work office lol) and a Bella Bow sprayed with Red Pepper Color Wash. Spraying the felt bow made the ink concentrate in some parts more than in others and I loved the vintage, washed out look it created.


Finally I gave the card a light dusting with the Dylusions White Linen ink spray (my fave ink spray ever!) and a light brush with Everlasting Chalky Finish paint (my fave paints ever!).

Looks like I managed to squeeze in quite a few faves of mine in this little card lol. Oh well, I hope it was worth it and that you'll like my card! :).


Thank you for stopping by today and I'm sending you all lots of warm pre-Christmas hugs! xx

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Tim Holtz 12 Tags of 2015 - December
That Craft Place Challenge Blog - Christmas
Vintage Stamping Challenges #39 - Winter Trees
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Die Crazy
Country View Challenges - Create a Scene
The Craft Barn Weekly Challenge - Tree
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - Just a pinch (of snow dusting)
Emerald Creek Dares - Celebrations Around the World
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