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Social Stamping – Thinking of You

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Hi everyone,
The Social Stamping Blog Host project has been put together by my friend and fellow Stampin Up Demonstrator Kelly Kent.   Each week for the past few months, Kelly  has put together a group to talented crafters from around the world.  We have been sharing our cards and paper projects, while social distancing and experiencing isolation. It’s been a lot of fun.  I have really enjoyed being part of it – whilst also seeing what other paper craft lovers have made.

This weeks Social Stamping theme is, Thinking of you!

If you saw my last Blog post, you will know that I have had my Celebrate Sunflowers stamp set close at hand.
I have also been making Tri-fold cards……so put the two together and what do you have?
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This card was inspired by my friend Lotte.   Lotte lives in Rotterdam and I went stamping with her, when I was working over there last year.
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The glitter was Nadine’s idea…..we were craft via Skype this morning, when I made this card.
I must say – I managed to glitter everything in sight when doing this!

Did you see that I also cut the envelope down to fit the card?   Another of Nadine’s wonderful ideas.

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To make sure you see everyone’s “Thinking of You” Social Stamping projects – you can  click here to see the list of names or click on the next button below to go to Andrea Sargent’s project.No photo description available.

Happy Stamping!!

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