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Something for Baby – T Shirt Mosaic

Baby, baby, baby…can’t seem to get them off my mind!  I have never used this color combination, but I like it!  Daffodil Delight (it looks a bit more like So Saffron in the picture-sorry), Bermuda Bay, and Pool Party packs a cute punch!

Something for Baby - Saffron TShirt

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Mad About Mosaic Madness

Unless you've lived under a rock, you have probably seen many, many stampers showcase examples using the new Mosaic Madness stamp set.  Stampin' Up! demonstrators from all over are so jazzed over this stamp set and the accessories that go with it.  Here is one of the first cards I made with it:

Mosaic Madness-Unpopped Embossing

The Crisp Canteloupe and Baked Brown Sugar color combination is so pretty.  I used the unpopped embossing technique on this card – emboss with an embossing folder like normal, swipe an inkpad over the top of it, and then put the embossed piece ON TOP of the embossing folder and run it through the Big Shot again.  This will unpop the embossed sections.  Super cool!

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Modern Mosaic Embossed Clear Box Gift Holder

At my hostess appreciation event this spring, my wonderful hostesses made this sweet make and take. 

2013 Hostess App Chalk Talk Embossed Box


First we used the Mosaic Madness embossing folder to emboss the clear box.  It is so striking in real life.  Inside the box was a heart-shaped chocolate-covered cookie. We added little pink shreds and tied it with Primrose Petals ribbon. We attached the tag with Baker's Twine. The phrase is from Chalk Talk, one of the new stamp sets in the catalog, and it is mounted on the new Artisan Label punch.

The ladies loved the make and take.  They can reuse the box after eating the yummy cookie!

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