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Seeing Red Blog Hop

Hi Everyone,

Thank you so much for visiting the Blogging Friends Blog Hop today. We are several Stampin' Up! demonstrators who love to create, share, and have fun. This month we are focusing on the theme of RED because Valentine's Day is right around the corner. My projects today include a Valentine's Card and a Birthday Card. I hope you enjoy the time you spend visiting our blogs.

Who doesn't love getting a card full of bling and happiness. I used the red and silver glimmer papers, Real Red card stock, and the Pop of Pink DSP.

Surprise! It is so fun to have a little pop-up to make someone's day. Using the smaller balloon from the Balloon Bouquet punch, these three are super cute. The Happy Birthday came out of the  Happy Birthday Gorgeous Stamp set.

No you didn't! Well yes I did. Isn't this panda love card the cutest thing ever? I love the boldness of the Petal Passion DSP with the red card stock base. The hearts came from the Sure do Love You Stamp set found in the Occasions Catalog. The panda is part of the the Sale-A-Bration set Party Pandas. 

I hope you enjoyed my projects today. It was really fun using the theme of Red. It's time for you to hop on over to see the rest of the great projects from other Blogging Friends. Simply click to hop.

Happy Stampin'
Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper


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