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Pals Guest Stamper: Peggy Noe

PhotoStunning!  Does that pretty much sum it up?  This Christmas card was created by Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Peggy Noe, a member of my Stampin' Pretty Pals Community and today's guest stamper!  I love the flagged banners . . . especially the texture and sparkle the glimmer paper adds.

Peggy is definitely a stamper to watch . . . be sure to visit her Pretty Paper Cards Blog.  She is sharing some of the most amazing holiday tags, including the one here:


NOTES FROM PEGGY ABOUT TODAY'S CARD:
  Come to Bethlehem was the very first stamp set I purchased from Stampin' Up!  That was a few
years ago – the first year I made my own Christmas cards!  For this
design, I added some flagged banners, one from gold glimmer paper, one
from the holiday Festival of Prints Designer Series Paper Stack, and one from Cherry Cobbler
seam binding.

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  1. Peggy-the elements you have included in your card make me feel like one of the kings/wisemen with tapestry fabrics draped around me as I ride the camel. WOW!

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  2. Beautiful card, Peggy. I have never been a big fan of the flagged banners but they are perfect on this card. I think the proportions and colors make the difference. Lovely.

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  3. Great card and I loved visiting her site. Thanks Mary for showcasing some others wonderful creations.

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  4. Very lovely design, Peggy! I love the colors you used and the placement of the elements. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  5. Such an elegant card – Peggy did an amazing job of creating this one of a kind “beautiful” holiday card. Thanks for sharing this talented Stampin’ Pretty Pal with us.

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  6. Hello Mary: Oh, this is one of the stamp sets I ordered from the SU extravaganza and I can’t wait till it gets here. I love this card, it’s so elegant and the colors so rich. I think I will still have some time to use it before Christmas. Thank you Peggy Noe for sharing this beautiful creation.

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