Ho, Ho, Ho, it's Christmas in July!!
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So Many Shells Card


I have been crafting up a storm these days!! We have had lots of hot and humid days mixed with rain!! So these days are perfect for creating!! Plus crafting for me these days is a huge therapy as it's helping me on this new journey and helps me get through those tough days!! 

When I first saw this stamp set in the catalogue the greetings jumped out at me. It was like they were speaking to me and I just had to have this stamp set!! 


This greeting is so true as my family and friends have been our ROCKS through all of this and I couldn't imagine this journey without them!! 


Want to recreate my card, you will need the following supplies:

  • So Many Shells Photopolymer stamp set
  • Pool Party card stock 
  • Early Espresso Card stock
  • Wood Textures Designer Series Paper Pack 
  • Big Shot Machine
  • Stitched Shape Framelits Dies
  • Polka Dots Impression Embossing Folder 
  • Blushing Bride, Calyspo Coral, Crumb Cake and Early Espresso Ink Pads
  • Twine
  • Early Espresso Marker for Speckling 
  • Clear Block C and D

I have listed all the supplies that I have used for you at the bottom of this post, and the best part is that you can either click on the clickable images, or the supply list PDF. 

Ready to Shop and place an Order? Click here to shop my ONLINE store 24/7

Rewards: Did you know that you can earn FREE stamp sets from me, click here to learn how

Thanks for stopping by and hope you had a fabulous day! 


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