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Happy Sunday my sweet blog friends! Today, I have a new Sunday post topic for everyone, called Blast from the Past! This last week, I have been converting all my wood mount stamps to clear mount ones. And with that comes, pulling out these timeless Stampin’ Up! favorite stamps that I have been collecting. And now dusting them off & reusing them. So I would like to start bringing them back to life on Sundays. We have them all sitting around in our cupboards so lets put use to some of them! What do you think? I would love some feedback.

Have a beautiful Sunday!

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Do you remember this gorgeous stamp? It is from the retired All Year Cheer I stamp set. I still think it is such a classy stamp with gorgeous font. I also used the retired Cottage Wall designer series paper too. I paired it up with Very Vanilla and Crumb Cake card stock. I grabbed my Scallop Border Punch for an added layer.

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I did stitch along each side with Vanilla stitching. My bow is soooo simple and timeless. It is one that I feature in my Online Workshop. I hope that you have enjoyed my Blast from the Past Card today!

CHECK OUT the latest update on the Stampin’ Up! Last Chance Accessories List!  SAVE up to 40% on select items. I bought some Definitely Decorative items this week. I can’t wait to show you them. They are sooo adorable!

PLEASE NOTE that accessories on the Last Chance List with an asterisk (*) are being reconfigured (for example, repackaged or re-priced).  They WILL be available in their reconfigured form in the Stampin’ Up! 2011-2012 Idea Book and Catalog.

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STAMP SET: ALL YEAR CHEER I (RETIRED)

INK: RICH RAZZLEBERRY

CARD STOCK: VERY VANILLA, CRUMB CAKE, COTTAGE WALL DSP

AWESOME TOOLS: BIG SHOT DIE CUT MACHINE, SPELLBINDER NESTABILITIES LABEL 3, SCALLOP BORDER PUNCH, TICKET CORNER PUNCH, SEWING MACHINE

A TOUCH OF GLAM: VERY VANILLA SATIN RIBBON, PEARL JEWELS

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