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Xyron & Deep Red Stamps Hop


Welcome, welcome to day number four of the 
XYRON & DEEP RED STAMPS HOP!

I was so excited to receive my set of adorable stamps 
from Deep Red.  I chose the "Little Cuties Thanks" rubber stamp set
to create this sweet card:

After stamping the girl image onto white Neenah cardstock and coloring in 
with Prismacolor pencils, I carefully cut her out from the paper.  
Next, I chose various patterned papers from Echo Park Paper and used
a fancy label die by Spellbinders:


To adhere the mats of patterned paper together, I used the Xyron Creative
Station Lite and the 3" Permanent Adhesive.  

Once I was ready to assemble the card base, the 5" Permanent Adhesive was
placed back into the Creative Station Lite.



The sentiment was stamped onto a scrap of patterned paper and then
die-cut with a heart shape.  I also used a couple of hot pink enamel dots to 
complete the adorable card!  

**WIN**WIN**WIN**WIN**

You could WIN a $25 Gift Certificate to Deep Red Stamps!
Simply leave a comment on this post...
the WINNER will be announced next Friday, May 27th.
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You could also WIN by commenting on the other blog posts!
Visit Deep Red Stamps Blog to see a list :)
Be sure to visit the Xyron Facebook Page to see links
to all of the Design Team member's projects and blog posts...
GOOD LUCK and ENJOY!

Comments

  1. Cute stamp! I love the layering and paper choices on this delightful card!

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  2. Your card is so cute! I love the way you used the Xyron - the hop has inspired me - I need a Xyron! I have also fallen in love with Deep Red Stamps! Loving what I'm seeing! Have a great day!

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  3. Shellye - you did such a cute and fabulous job with this card!! The little girl is adorable and I love the papers you layered around her to bring her cuteness out!! What a whiz you are at making cute things!!

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  4. Such a cute card and the Creative Station with the 3" sticker maker and 5" sticker maker is fabulous. Love that you are showing it in use. So cool.

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  5. Cute card! This would be great for a teacher appreciation card. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  6. What a cutie patootie card! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  7. Your design for the card is so cute! Deep Red Stamps has some great designs for stamps.

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  9. The stamps are all so fun! Love them!!

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