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At Home With You Photopolymer Stamp Set and Framelits by Stampin’Up!

at home with you crumb cake card by stampin'up

Don’t you just love this card? I know I do! This card is made by the Stampin’Up! home office and I thought I would share it. They used a stamp that comes in the stamp set to make the background. What a great idea! The cardstock used is Crumb Cake and it was stamped with Crumb Cake Stampin’Pad. The door as well as the other images were colored with the new Stampin’BlendsThe door was colored with the Crumb Cake Stampin’Blends duo (light and dark marker).

Now here is a card I made with this bundle

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I really like how this turned out! The picture doesn’t do it justice.  I used the Stampin’Blends in Crumb Cake and Cherry Cobbler to color the door. I then removed some of the color with the Stampin’Blends Color Lifter for an aged look. The greenery was colored with the Old Olive Stampin’Blends duo. The door handle was colored with the Smokey Slate light Stampin’Blend marker.

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I cut the window out with the matching framelit and just backed the window with Daffodil Delight cardstock for the look of light.

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When you are ready to stamp the holly image for across the top of the door, put the framelit on the table, put the stamp in the framelit and then press the block on the stamp. This way your stamp will align perfectly with the framelit and your cut image with the perfect.

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At Home With You Photopolymer Bundle #145351

Save 10% when you purchase the stamp set and framelits as a bundle!

Items may be purchased separately.

I hope you enjoy my project with this bundle.

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