8/28 Wishing You and Lining Envelopes with a How To Video

 

Here's a pretty card that will be on my Jumpstart the Holidays Card Buffet tomorrow evening. I really like the Season of Style Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Mini Catalog and I wanted to try out the new envelope liners from Stampin' Up! I discovered I could get four envelope liners from one 12x12 sheet of DSP. Here is the How To Video:



We had a big day around here yesterday as we packed up and moved Kari, our second daughter off to college. It was a fun day getting her settled into her room at the University of MN Rochester.
 
 

Just before leaving, I snapped a picture of Kari on the left with her sister Karel who will be starting her second year at the University of MN here in the Twin Cities. We got her all settled in and today she is having a full day of orientation.

Have a wonderful day and thank you so much for stopping by Stamping to Share. I appreciate you so much and feel grateful to have so many people who follow my blog. Thank you!!

Stamps: Wishing You (WM 131748, CM 131751)
Paper: Baked Brown Sugar (131296) Cherry Cobbler (119685) Whisper White (100730) Season of Style Designer Series Paper (132340)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler (126966)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439) Labels Collection Framelits (125598) Envelope Liner Framelits (132172)
Accessories: Whisper White Medium Envelopes (107301) Clear Mount Block D (118485)
Embellishments: Cherry Cobbler 1” Stitched Edge Ribbon (132135)
Adhesives: SNAIL (104332) Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)



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Comments

Brenda in IN said…
Thanks so much for the tutorial on the envelope liner. Your girls are so cute. My grandson just started college this year too. I'll keep cards going out to him while he's away.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Thanks for your comment, Brenda. I'm going to surprise Kari and her room mates with a My Paper Pumpkin Subscription . . . a little craftie fun when they need a study break!