Thankful and Grateful

Concord & 9th Dahlia stamp set and die Thank you card ideas Michelle Gleeson

Happy Thanksgiving! Just a quick post to wish everyone a wonderful thanksgiving stuffed with love and happiness. While it hasn’t been the easiest of years here at the Gleeson house, we remain grateful for all the wonderful people and happenings in our life. We are truly blessed. I have become obsessed with Concord & 9th’s releases lately. Today’s cards were created as thank you notes to friends who made my birthday a very special event…

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GDP Color Challenge with Blooms Fill In Bundle

Today I am using the same stamp set as I did yesterday but I took it up a notch with some Gold Embossing Powder and use of dies. The color combination is inspired by this week’s Color Challenge from the Global Design Project. The sentiment was cut from the Seasons of Cheer Dies from Concord & 9th. I cut the word out twice, glued them together and then covered it in Glossy Accents for the…

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Blooms Fill In Birthday Wishes

Concord9th Blooms Fill In Birthday Card Idea Michelle Gleeson

Happy Saturday! I have really been struggling getting my Stampin Mojo going again. Several cards have gone in the trash and I keep tinkering to get the mojo going. This is a fun new stamp set from Concord & 9th with much creative potential. I decided to start out just inking everything up to see how it all fits together. Here is the inside of the card using the Stampin’ Up! Stylized Birthday stamp set.…

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Many Thanks Turnabout

Concord&9th Many Thanks Turnabout Thank You card Michelle Gleeson

Concord & 9th has new stamp releases each month. Their September release was a knock out. They have created a unique set of stamps called turnabout stamps. Their first turnabout stamp was called Triangle Turnabout which I showcased here. The September release has this Many Thanks Turnabout stamp. The card above uses SU Lemon Lime Twist, Tranquil Tide, and Bermuda Bay inks. The large Thanks stamp is included with the Turnabout stamp. This card uses…

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