Stamping Handmade Hugs

When you can't hug in person, send a Handmade Hug you created, with Stamps, Paper & Ink!

January 7th, 2019,

    Our youngest daughter, Lindsay got married last year and just celebrated her One-year Anniversary with her husband, Zach. She wanted to do a collage with some of her wedding cards. So later in the day, Christmas Day, we got to go in my craft room and start working on it. My good friend Kristine helped as well. We had most of the elements worked out before they went home. I finished up this week.

Do you recognize any of the framelit dies from the 2019 Occasions Catalog? There are also some retired framelits in use as well.


My photography skills are sorely lacking…these were the best I could get out of a ton I took! Turns out, the reflective glass is a real pain to us photography novices. 1aaaL&ZCollage

   In the lower left corner is the garter…hard to see… my oldest daughter, Courtney, made for Lindsay. The braided ribbon wrapped around the rose stem is from the Bridal Shower Banner that Courtney made.

Thank you for visiting my blog!

    If you have a question about products, technique or just want to leave a comment or suggestion, please leave it in the comment box below. Scroll down a bit to see promotions…that you won’t want to miss…and products used in making this project.

The ribbon pictured here is just part of a bundle of free ribbon you can get with your $50 Stampin’ Up! purchase, now through March 31st.


You can click the photo here to find out more about joining during Sale-A-Bration or go to my “Be on the Stampa Handmade Hug Squad!” here on my blog.



These are the tools I used to make this Shadow Box:


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