August 15, 2017

Carols of Christmas - The Bundle that Keeps on Giving

Good Morning and Happy Tuesday! So, what do you think of the new changes here? I really hope you like them. And the best news, I didn't loose anything! And, no matter which address you type in, or links you use, you will be directed to to the right place! Yes, that's right, if you use or, you will still find your way here! Yes, that excites is the little things.

Anyhoo, I wanted to remind you that the Carols of Christmas Bundle is now available for purchase! Stampin' Up! has offered this up as an early release for customers and this bundle really is UH-MAZING! The Card Front Builder Thinlits alone are just too cool and then the stamp set is gorgeous, so together, you have one stinkin' awesome bundle. I could play with this set all day. There are just so many ideas floating around out there. Did you check out the blog hop we did a few days ago? If you missed it, you really need to follow along on this, it will really knock your socks off. Talk about a million ideas! Here's the link if you missed it - Christmas in July - Carols of Christmas Blog Hop
And here is today's card, using the very same bundle.

Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments below. I really hope you enjoy it. And don't forget, this is Tuesday's Tips, and today I have a great tip for you on tying bows! You can find it over on my YouTube channel; I hope you find this helpful and please submit your questions for more tips and tricks that I can share with you in the up coming weeks.
In the meantime, Happy Stamping,

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