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Here is my CASE card for Addicts Group.
I got my kit!! So, new stamps!
GKD: Winter Cheer for the trees, sentiment, and penguin. (I put some shadow trees amongst the regular trees! By stamping off.)
Wink of Stella added to trees for sparkle.
GKD: Christmas Wishes for the deer, and the fox.
Cropped the panel, matted with blue, and onto white card base.
Thanks so much for looking...

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Comment by jackie sterling on October 30, 2014 at 3:19pm

I love this card.  How did you put the animals behind the trees?  I love that?

Comment by Bonnie L. Carpenter on October 27, 2014 at 7:58pm

Opps, I thought I said I was sneaking some things into our guest room.

Comment by Bonnie L. Carpenter on October 27, 2014 at 7:54pm

Anna, great job.  Love the assorted characters peeking out (almost like Halloween night) from behind the trees.

I also noticed people are commenting on how they store their Gina K. stamp sets.  Well.......I started in a very large three ring bright pink binder; 81/2x11 white plastic covered cardboard (very similar to the white sheet that comes in her sets, just a tad stronger.  But this binder was full too quick.  So I went out and purchased baskets at Joann's that are the stand up width of the sets and long enough to hold about 40 stamp sets with still enough room to scan through.  I have them sorted by flowers, words, nautical, etc.  I have 4 baskets full, which I am sure is not even close to what ya'll have.  I was able to shelf them on top of each other and they are easy enough to grab the basket I want.  This system works much better than the binder and they are still in view (which I prefer).

As far as scraps, I have a magazine rack with file folders marked with the basic colors and just added a few extra in for like turquoise, pink, off-white and metallic.  Anything printed just goes in the closest color scheme.  This seems to keep it pretty neat and easy to grab and put away.

My biggest issue is my envelopes.  I  have them in either photo boxes or Staples/Walmart clear plastic bins. Since I have so many sizes the seem to get dirty or mushed.

My room is not as bad as Lee's WAS but between all my baskets, boxes and storage for all my die cuts and embossing folders things do get messy quite often.  My 250+ copic markers sit on my table.  I still have drawers and drawers of other markers, pencils, chalks, watercolors, glitters, ink pads and and and....  I also sew and crochet so I had to save some room for that storage.  I am sneaking some things into there until company comes, shhhh.

I would take a photo, but dummy me cannot figure out how to get some stuff uploaded.  Just use your imaginations (if I dare say that with this crew).  Hope everyone is having a delightful evening.

Comment by Claudia on October 27, 2014 at 5:06am

This card is so cute, great job!

Comment by jackie sterling on October 26, 2014 at 6:22pm

Love it!!

Comment by lovinpaper on October 26, 2014 at 5:27pm

You are on  a roll with these peek-a-boo cards.  I like the many trees in the background.  Great touch!

Comment by Mary GW on October 26, 2014 at 4:37pm

This is so awesome.  The off stamping.. wow!!

Comment by Joyce Erb on October 26, 2014 at 3:55pm

Great card. I like the double stamping too and the sparkle

Comment by Deborah Tyler on October 26, 2014 at 3:33pm
Ooo,ooo,ooo, I love it! What a great idea to do the stamping off. This is the best yet!
Comment by Selina Macisco on October 26, 2014 at 3:30pm

Aww Anna!  Isn't that the cutest card ever??  I love it!!  I especially like the way you did the trees.  Great idea!  It really looks good.  I don't have mine  made yet, but am practicing the masking.  I am afraid that mine won't be anywhere near as nice as yours, or others that I have seen.  I am trying though and as soon as I get it made I will post it.  It might be tomorrow though.

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