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Special Moments with the Peaceful Poppies Suite

Everyday card to remember special moments.

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Peaceful Poppies Suite Bundle

Peaceful Poppies Suite Bundle

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This suite included all the stamps and scrapbook paper that I used for my card. I used my die cutting machine and a couple of other supplies you’ll find below, but all of the inspiration came in one easy-to-order package. Best of all with Sale-a-Bration you can get at least one of the products FREE.

Inspired by Global Design Project #GDP230, a sketch challenge.
So Very Vellum Specialty Designer Series Paper

Starting Tuesday, March 4, 2020, there will be even more FREE Sale-a-Bration products you can earn. For today’s card I used the So Very Vellum Specialty Designer Series Paper available FREE with a $50 purchase; available Tuesday.

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Featured supplies


Peaceful Poppies
Suite Bundle
153938

Peaceful Moments
Bundle
153824

Painted Poppies
Bundles
153827

Peaceful Poppies
Designer Series Paper
151324

Perennial Essence
12" x 12" Vellum Cardstock
149101

So Very Vellum
Specialty Designer Series Paper
152313

Purple Posy
8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock
150881

Whisper White
8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock
100730

Blackberry Bliss
Classic Stampin’ Pad
147092
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2 Comments

  • Reply Brian King

    Perfectly gorgeous, Shawn! Your incorporate of this vellum is PERFECTION! ♥

    March 2, 2020 at 1:06 pm
  • Reply Linda

    Love the multiple vellum layers under the focal point. Great card!

    March 2, 2020 at 10:15 am
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