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IT'S STILL WINTER, AFTER ALL . . .

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  Hello, Stampers!     I've been playing around again.  I know it's past the time these little mice would be finding their Christmas tree, but I've seen this clever idea a couple of times online and had to CASE.  However, I did add my own extra features to the story - the figures in the background.     The inks I brushed and sponged are a combination of Versafine Claire, Stampin' Up! and Distress Oxide. The stamp sets are below.   Happy Stampin'! Sue Duffy ~ mandsduffy@comcast.net Supplies Lavinia Stamps-Mice - Minnie and Moo, Basil and Bibi, Tilly and Tango; Berry Wreath; Fairy Fir Tree 2 (small), Fairy Fir Tree 2 (large), Mini Branch Card-Io Stamps-On the Horizon, Festive Fun, Magical Christmas  

OUT OF SEASON, BUT . . .

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  Hello, Stampers!     This is definitely post the season, but I wanted to share with you my shameless IDEA CAS from Robin Riley on the FB Group, Del Bello's Designs Lounge (stamping with Lavinia Stamps only).  The hat is paper-pieced with DSP.  I didn't make my version in time to send out to anyone - maybe next year.  Please comment below if you like it or have any questions.  Supplies listed below. Happy Stampin’! Sue Duffy ~ mandsduffy@comcast.net Supplies Lavinia Stamps:  Witches' Hat, Silhouette Castle (mini), Tilly and Tango, Minnie and Moo, Woodland Fern, Willow the Witch (pot only), Berry Wreath (with mini berries - branch) Stampin' Up!: Simply Marbelous DSP, Basic Black and Gorgeous Grape Cardstock, Gel Glitter Pen, retired SU punch

WHAT HAVE I BEEN PLAYING AT? ;-)

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  Hello, Stampers!     I may be leaving Stampin' Up! but I'm definitely still stamping.  This winter fantasy scene is my CAS from a Lavinia Stamps YouTube video tutorial (a couple of years ago!) by Tracey Dutton, founder of Lavinia Stamps. I stamped and sponged this winter night/"snow wreath" scene on Multifarious Smooth Cardstock with Versafine Clair Inks - Twilight, Warm Breeze and some accents in Blue Belle, with a little Morning Mist.  The only other accents were made with a white gel pen and a glitter gel pen. Sue Duffy mandsduffy@comcast.net www.thesilverstamper.com