Hometown Greetings Edgelits Dies by Stampin’ Up

Hello Everyone ~ I played with some carryover items for my Hometown Greetings Edgelits Dies by Stampin’ Up card today.

I am really getting things organized.  I managed to get my Christmas things down and reorganized in their bins.  I am moving into my craft room now.  I managed to get one of my tall Alex’s reorganized.  Still have a lot to do but I will get there.  I rewarded myself when I had finished all that and played in my craft room.  I managed to make 3 cards.  I am trying to work ahead so I can spend some time working on my marker and pencil class.  I am still learning the basics so until I get something to share I will not bore you with the basics.

Today is the Global Stampers blog hop.  You should have arrived here from

Fiona’s blog – Oakfield Crafts    

This month our challenge was to use our favorite product from Occasions Catalog or Carryover product.  To me this was easy as I was so glad the Hometown Greetings thinlits and the Swirly Snowflakes thinlits carried over that I decided to use those on my card.  Here is the video for how I made my card.




Here is what my Hometown Greetings Edgelits Dies by Stampin’ Up card looks like.



















inside of card and envelope












Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


The next stop on the hop is

Valerie’s blog – Les Ateliers De Val


Thanks for visiting me today and I hope I inspired you.  The weather is still frigid here but it is supposed to warm up on Monday so that gives me another day to do some organizing!  I will also reward myself with some playing.  It is easy when I can just turn on the football games and listen.  What plans do you have for today?  Have a Sensational Sunday and did you enjoy myHometown Greetings Edgelits Dies by Stampin’ Up card?



  1. A bit snow seems so apt for you at the moment. Love this bundle.

  2. This is such a sweet card 🙂

  3. Betty Ann Murphy

    You are the ‘snow bird’! Cute card.

  4. Love your card. Glad that these dies have been carried over.

  5. Love your card, and loving those swirls sticking out of the edges of the circle. They make a great frame for the circle and certainly draw your attention to the details.

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