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Let’s Get “Merry & Bright” with the FOTM

Let’s Get “Merry and Bright” with the FOTM
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Merry Halloween? Well, it is here at Scrapping for Less! Since our cards reveal the last Saturday of the Month and then take a bit of time to get them shipped out (although we have a brand new system set up for this month) So, hopefully we will get them out in record time! So, with all that said our October card kit is our “Merry and Bright” Christmas kit…the Design Team oooed and ahhhed over the September kit….and this one is not any different they are soooo excited! And cannot wait to show you their creations!
 So hop on along with us and get inspired with all of the loveliness you are going to see along the way. But don’t delay in getting your kit cause I know this one is going to sell out in lightning speed! Head on over to the Flavor of the Month page and either sign up for a subscription or if you just want to try it out you can order a 1x purchase. 


So I just have one word on this kit.....
STICKLES
LOVE STICKLES
ok, that was three words!!!

Hi everyone, Sandy here with four easy cards that you can make with the Single Scoop Kit and Stickles. So there is a kit for everyone and every budget!
This is my favorite of the bunch.



~ Blog Hop Line Up ~




Crystal O. Minkler 





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Comments

  1. Really cute cards! I’m so glad you used the single scoop level to show how nice even the basic kit can turn out.

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  2. Thanks for sharing your creativity. i love the combinations of patterned papers on your cards.

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  3. I love your cards ! The snowman one is absolutely adorable!! Someone worth melting for I just love it!!! Adorbs! TFS!! Great Hop!

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  4. Great cards! Love the tag one and the snowman one! Love your talent, thanks for sharing it with us!

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  5. Adorable cards! Thanks for sharing!

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