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# 5 of Twelve Cards of Christmas

Hello Stamping Friends,

Thank you for visiting/following.  I would love to hear if any of the cards has inspired you!  I am calling today’s card the Rejoicing Pocket Card.  It is one that would be easy to mass produce and is the fourth card using the Versatile Christmas stamp set.   The Designer Series Paper (DSP) that I used in the pictured card is retired but the new “Home For Christmas” paper on page 9 of the Holiday catalog has a red and white striped paper that would look really awesome with the red and white striped ribbon.  The directions are in a blue link right after the pictures in a printable PDF file.  Just click on the blue link and the file will download for you.  The card and directions will also be in the recipe box so you have the measurements and can make pocket cards for birthdays, get well, or other times when you need a quick card.  I first saw it on Dawn Olchefske’s blog.  Thank you, Dawn!

Pocket CardPocket Card Inside

Rejoicing – Pocket Card Printable PDF Instruction Sheet

I think I need a new camera, (or new glasses?).  Yesterday’s post looked like I spritzed it with Crumb Cake instead of sparkly white and today’s very vanilla looks a tint of red.  Sigh A  Loud!  (Can’t resist playing with SAL acronyms.)

So here are the supplies you need.  Just click on any product image to go directly to the online store.

Price: $110.00

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Merry Christmas!
Karen
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