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Sunday, January 13, 2013

sweetness

Hello friends,
I wish I could tell you I've been a busy little crafter, but I didn't spend my weekend crafting. I offer an excuse a reason: my cable company offered free Showtime for the weekend, so I had to catch up with my favorite serial killer---> Dexter! I don't have Showtime this year (in my attempt to save some $$$) so this was the first season I didn't watch & I really missed it :( Anyhoo, that's what I did for 13 hours on Saturday! and man, was it a good season! Thanks cable gods!

 I have a card to share today that I made for one of my students. For Christmas, she gave me a cocoa set from Starbucks---> so sweet *Ü*
Here's the card I made:
 I embossed the white panel with the peppermint swirls EF. The papers are from the Springtime collection from Echo Park (from last year). I have been dying to make those little lollypops ever since I saw them at a LSS. They were so fun & easy to make! Just punch out a circle, run it through your Xyron sticker maker & roll the twine around & around to cover the circle. Then, coat it with Glossy Accents for that plastic wrapped look. I added a toothpick (cut in half) for the stick. Easy peasy!

Here's a peek of the innies:
 I punched a few candy swirls (MS punch) to embellish. Both sentiments come from Signature Greetings from PTI.

I used this week's Mojo Monday sketch, but not in time for the challenge :(

But I'm right on time for the following challenges:
Corrosive Challenge: Out with the old
Allsorts: Dies / Punches
Card Makin Mamas: Anything Goes
Stampin' for the Weekend: Anything Goes
Paper Crafting Journey: Anything Goes

Well, that's it for now. Hope you have a great week!
Tootles!


The 411
Stamps: Signature Greetings- PTI
Ink: Raspberry Fizz
Paper: Springtime- EP, Bazzill cs
Tools: Circle Nesties, Peppermint swirls MS punch, Viva Decor pens

10 comments:

  1. The lollipops are adorable! Love the EF and PPs on the card.

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  2. What a sweet card- love the colors and the peppermint punch! I haven't seen that one! And yay for catching up on your show!

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  3. I'm sure your student loved the card. It's nice to hear that high school students give teachers gifts sometimes. I expect it is rare.
    Your card is super sweet and I love those lollipops and the inside of the card with the candies.

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  4. lovely card and thanks for joining in with our challenge over at Allsorts this week
    x catherine

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  5. Gorgous card. I love the colours and layers and those lollipops are super. Thanks for joining in with the PCJ challenge this time xx

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  6. This is fantastic! Love those lollipops, and will have to give that a try sometime. I love Dexter too, that's great you got to catch up! So sweet of both you and your student, it's so nice to hear that there is still such thoughtfulness out in the world. Thanks so much for sharing at The Corrosive Challenge!

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  7. Such a gorgeous card. Thank you for joining us at Allsorts this week for my Dies & Punches challenge, good luck x

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  8. Karli, what a darling idea to use twine for the lollipops! They look terrific! Your card is just darling. Love the sketch you've utilized, and the pretty colors, too. hugs, de

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  9. I LOVE this card- the lollipops are awesome and thanks for the how to...! I love the papers and the layout too. How fun to catch up on your show- we watched a movie or two on Showtime this weekend too...we do not have the upper tear cable... Glad you had time to catch up and enjoyed it! Sometimes we 'need' catch up time...!

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  10. Oh my gosh, love, love, love the lollis! I'm trying this for sure, how cute, thanks for the how tos! The e/f and MS punch are perfect touches too. Great card!

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