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Cyber Monday at Printworks Collection and Card…

Are you shopping today? Here’s the deal from Printworks!

Free Shipping, Free Gift & 10% off your entire order
(scroll down for a picture of the free gift)
Minimum order $30
(free shipping in domestic US only)

Use promo code CYBERSPECIAL in the discount box when checking out

and here’s one of the cards I’ve made with their awesome stamps!  There’s a new release too!  HERE!  I gotta get these made up!  So FUN!  I always love the Limited Edition snowman.

Printworks has what I used for this card all detailed out on this page of their webstore, HERE

I stamped and colored this Christmas holly several times, cut them out and made a wreath with them.

and on the inside I stamped this wonderful sentiment…

I used a Memory Box Wrapped Stitched Rectangles die (HERE) on the red panel (20% off everyday at SLS) and a Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle die (HERE) on the green panel. (extra 10% off at Scrapbook.com today)

I used a Brother Scan and Cut CM350 to cut out the holly and word joy.

ok – here’s the picture of what you get with your $30 order today!   Awesome!

 

I love this green pattern paper…it’s dots on the back side.  LOVE it!

ok – have fun shopping and I’ll talk to you later!

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13 thoughts on “Cyber Monday at Printworks Collection and Card…

  1. Love this wreath Pam!! I just sent an order off to Printworks-but I went with snowmen (my weakness)!! So much stuff-not enough time-ha ha. Hope you are enjoying the season!!

  2. Wow, looks like you’ve mastered the Scan ‘n Cut machine! Great wreath, great card! Love these Printworks stamps – wish Hobby Lobby carried their full line. Thanks for sharing, inspiring, and possibly enabling me once again! Hugs…

  3. The colors are so vibrant and really add to the cards. The wreath card is wonderful with the added detail of the stitched borders, the wreath, I could go on and on.

  4. Oh totally cute – I “think” I just bought the JOY die. The wreath came together so nicely. But I am a snowman junkie so it won my heart – and love the two sided paper you used.

  5. beautiful and festive wreath card pam! i read that you cut out all the holly and thought, what?! how did she do all that fussy cutting? i’d never! lol. but then i kept reading and discovered you had help. well that’s one handy tool! i love the red and green and the gold joy topping it off so nicely. the snowman is adorable too.

  6. Yup – that Scan and Cut is looking better by the minute! 👍🏻
    Beautiful card! That’s quite a nice gift from them! I guess I’m off to do some Printworks shopping! My last of today. Hopefully. Unless you send another card. 😋

  7. I saw your card on FB and loved it! I also have a SNC 350 and I inherited many wooden stamps from my mother. She had several beautiful wreath stamps for both Christmas and spring. I’ve been trying to get the 350 to cut out the interior of the wreaths and have had no luck. Also tried to cut out the inside of the “y” and “o” in a word stamp I have (“you”)…..also no luck. Can you advise what I’m doing wrong???

  8. Aren’t you just loving your ScanNCut machine? I love your joy card, it’s beautiful! To think you made a wreath out of a simple holly stamp, so creative, and your joy cutout is gorgeous! Thanks for the inspiration!

  9. Well, I missed my chance, darn it! I was trying to be good and ignore all the Cyber Monday stuff so I hid out in my stamp room. Now that I’m back on the computer I’m seeing all the deals I missed. This one would have sorely tempted me. But that’s all in retrospect. Still… Oh, never mind! No more shopping till January… maybe… Anyway, dang, Pam, you have a way of making a simple card look utterly fantastic. I know there’s plenty of work in the planning and coloring and scanning and cutting and putting it all together, but the design is so uncluttered and awesome. Love the wreath you constructed, and that snowman is too adorable!

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