Stamp, Ink, Paper #132 - Celebrate your Big Day

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to our themed challenge this week at Stamp, Ink, Paper.  Its all about Cakes!

Here's my card using an old SU Sale-a-bration stamp set Big Day.  I've combined it with the Lots of Labels framelits and a new framelit from the Petal Palette set.

The cardstock used is Tranquil Tide, Powder Pink, Rich Razzleberry and Whisper White.  I've coloured the Sentiment with our Blenders.

Thanks for joining us once again for the challenge this week at Stamp, Ink, Paper.  We look forward to seeing you in the gallery.

Have a great day.

Carolyn xx


  1. Thank you for always nice information.
    Current Japan time is midnight.
    New Year's Day is a very important day for the Japanese people.
    In Japanese, New Year is called "oshougatsu", and the very first day of the year is called "gantan".
    People decorate their houses with special decorations.
    "Kadomatsu", two groups of bamboo to place in front of the entrance; "shimenawa", a sacred straw rope to protect the door; and "kagamimochi, round, piled up mochi (rice cakes) to appreciate and eat as a token of wellbeing.
    Families with young children often send New Year's Cards with a family photo or a picture of their children.


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