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SMS Release...ALL CANADIAN



Ohhhh Canada... EH!
 
Scrappy Moms Stamps new release is definitely close to my heart.  Being the only Canadian DT member on the SMS team I have really enjoyed seeing my fellow members wonder what is a double double and is a toque a beanie. 
 
I am profoundly proud to share with you the new "Proudly Canadian"stamp set.  I picked up GO CANADA GO cart for this set. Cut at 4" this Canadian Flag is set over some Canadian paper.  I popped up the maple leaf and layered the phrase at 1 1/2".  One of my favorite sayings.


I grabbed this cute Maple Leaf ribbon at Michaels a few weeks ago.  So many Male Leaves...

From the new SMS Proudly Canadian set this sentiment has to be my favorite. It really does say a lot about my Country:0)

Adding some scrap DP, a border edge and some ribbon I spruced up the inside of the card.

Click HERE to get your hands on this awesome set.  Go quick and you can have it in time for CANADA DAY!


Mom's Diner



I am a proud Canadian, so much so that I even named my blog after my country. So being on a DT that honors my fellow Canadian's and all our quirky sayings is so exciting.  Watch for more projects using these sets in the coming week.

The DT did a fabulous job creating projects to inspire.  Please check out thier creations HERE and leave them some love as they tried to understand us Crazy Canucks and our way of life.

 
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Comments

  1. Love the card...I thought that was how you spelled Canada.

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  2. As a fellow Proud Canadian, it is great to see companys make stamps or other crafting good just for us. I did not know that Cricut had a Canadian Cart. I will have to find that one and buy it now too. Thanks for sharing and I will be looking into that stamp set!

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  3. Great Job Nicole, it was fun figuring out what all the sayings were. I hope to visit Canada one of these days!

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  4. Love your card and that stamp set is lovely So glad to see Canada stuff.. Take Care

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  5. Great card!! I really like that stamp too. :D

    - Mel

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  6. Your card is fabulous! Thanks for helping this Texas figure out what everything means, lol! I would love to visit some day!

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  7. Sooo adorable!! My neighbor was just talking about this saying this evening. I ♥ it!!!
    ♥Tammy

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  8. Hey Nicole!!! I couldnt wait to see what you made with these stamps!!!! That sentiment is my FAVORITE....it makes me giggle everytime I say it!!!

    hugs,
    Sarah

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  9. Love this card, Nicole! It has been so much fun finding out what each sentiment means. ~Hugs, Saundra

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  10. Awesome sweetie...I haven't created with the set yet...glad you filled us in on some of the sayings though....lol!! ;) Hugs x

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  11. Your card is awesome! Love it

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