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Hello and welcome to my blog. I’m back this week with a card for the Social Stamping Blog Host, hosted by the very talented Kelly Kent. The theme this week is “Family”. You can work your way through the host by clicking on the next button at the bottom of the post or you can click here to go back to Kelly’s post where there’s a list of participants so you can continue your way around.

I’m lucky to have all of my family live within a 20 km radius of me. My parents are in the Covid19 “high risk” age category so I haven’t seen them for a number of weeks. I’m currently working from home and only leaving the house to buy groceries but you can never be too careful.

When I bought and downloaded the Stampin’ Up! Share Sunshine PDF I immediately thought this sentiment would be perfect for my “family” inspired card.

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My card base is Basic Gray with a layer of Whisper White. I’ve then used the Jubilee Beauty Dies to create these gorgeous detailed pieces and layered them over my Whisper White. I’ve used the Stitched So Sweetly Dies to cut the sentiment and the layer behind the sentiment.

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The flowers are coloured with Smoky Slate, Seaside Spray and Pretty Peacock Stampin’ Blends. I’ve added some Basic Pearls, coloured with my Pretty Peacock Blend and some Seaside Spray 1/4″ Metallic Ribbon.

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Marvi is a bit grumpy today because I disturbed him for a quick photo but I think he likes my card.

If you’d like more information on the “Share Sunshine” PDF just click here. The Share Sunshine PDF Download is a digital stamp set that’s packed with both light-hearted and heartfelt sentiments and imagery relevant to the unique COVID-19 and social distancing situation we’re currently experiencing. Simply print the imagery on cardstock and cut it out using your Paper Trimmer, punches, or dies.

Next up is the wonderful Nikki Spencer. Just click on the next button to hop over to her beautiful creation.


Thanks for stopping by.

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