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Simple Saturday: Celebrate You!

Have you registered yet for my Coloring Club?  The first class is the 31st and Registration ends on the 15th!  You've only got a couple more days!!  What are you waiting for!? 

As if you needed any more reason to sign up for this relaxing, colorful journey, today's Simple Saturday card uses some of the elements that I'll be teaching in this class!  Take a look:


How sweet and simple is this lovely card!? 

I kept all of the elements simple, coloring in (and then fussy-cutting) the stamped images from the Rose Wonder Photopolymer Stamp Set (which we will be using on the 31st!) with our amazing Stampin' Blends (which is what my Coloring Club centers around!).

You have to join me---I promise you'll have so much fun!  PLUS, it's a stress reliever!  You can't go wrong!!!

That being said; I also used a Freebie Item from this year's Sale-A-Bration Catalog!  It was the Amazing You Stamp Set and it is really amazing!  This stamp set is yours FREE with a $50 purchase.  The sentiment pairs so nicely with the flowers (which I curled the petals just a bit to add some dimension, without actually adding dimension...) creating a super simple, clean, but colorful birthday card.  Or maybe a "congratulations" card.  This sentiment works more than just one way!  See how amazing it is!?

Register for my Coloring Club to learn more about our Stampin' Blends or Shop Here to get the Amazing You Stamp Set for FREE!  And be sure to use Hostess Code NE2VZEQV for a FREE Gift from me!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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