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WOOHOO... EPIC team up this month.

The Eileen Hull Inspiration Team is showing off their awesome projects this month teaming up with Stampotique!  I love all these stamps!  Talk about difficult picking out stamps there were so many awesome designs.  Check out my tutorial on how I used ALL my stamps.  EEP!


I was able to use my new Basket die!  Finally...  I stamped the Patio Lights right onto the mat board.


Assemble the basket.  I used Stabilo Woody 3 and 1  watercolor the Patio Lights.


I made some mini cards, stamping with Oxide Inks and hauled out my Pondering Words Thin die.


I ran them through the Create a Sticker and quickly attached to each card.  I cut some Envelopes and stamped.


Letters in a Basket!


The Woody Pencils look awesome.


I love this Basket.


The stamped envelopes turned out so fun.  


Each card is stamped...


And has a Pondering Word added.


Simple and quick.


A basket of goodies!


Make sure to see what the Inspiration Team  is creating all month with Stampotique!  Thanks for check out my tutorial ;)

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  1. That basket is so cool and I love what you came up with for the stamps.

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  2. Lovely, love the clean and simple notelets and I adore how the stamp just fits perfectly across the edge . Lovey. Tracy x

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  3. This is such a great way to combine the basket and stamps Nicole! And cool notes to tuck inside too! 😍

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  4. I love your stamp choices, the lightbulbs look amazing on the basket! Great staging of your project too! Anne xx

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  5. Love those lightbulbs! Great project, cool cards!

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  6. What a great little basket Nicole - love those light bulbs and your wonderful coloring of them! Love all your notes and envelopes inside too! Julia xx

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  7. Oh man! How on earth did I miss those lights? Love your use of stamps and that basket! Love the notes and envelopes! Great idea! Just like the lightbulbs!!!!

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  8. oh my soul Nicole! this is so freakin cute!!

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