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Hi readers! Happy Sunday to you! Are you starting to get into the holiday spirit? If you’re not, I feel you might be swayed when you watch the video below and hear some sweet little voices sharing some holiday cheer! We’re so happy to welcome the always amazing Laura Bassen back to our blog! This gorgeous design makes me think of a picturesque Christmas. How about you? There are so many ways to use this village die! Did you see this Youtube video from our pal Kristina Werner showing even more ways?

Enjoy!

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Thanks for reading today and thanks to Laura for being our guest!!

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  1. What and awesome card. The touch of the flowers does not take away from the card. Lovely …. and how special are your children!!

  2. I love your card Laura,it’s just gorgeous and the poinsettias add just the right amount of colour!!! Thanks for the video, and your kids made me laugh when they started making up their own words as they didn’t know the proper ones. I think I laughed the hardest when one of them said “oh I don’t know” when they didn’t know the words!!!! TFS!!!

  3. Laura, I could listen to you for hours! Thanks for another wonderful tutorial. Your kids were too stinkin’ cute! It’s time to start playing the Christmas music again. Please thank them for sharing their talent with us. <3

  4. Laura, I totally love what you did with the village dies! So adorable and now you have made me want them myself. tsk tsk And here I am trying to be “thrifty”. Love the background and I think the poinsettia trim is perfect with it. Now get busy and teach those kids the words to Jingle Bells! haha

  5. That card is fabulous!!! I like it both with and without the poinsettia but I do think that little ‘pop’ of color added to it without taking away from the Clean and Simple. Gorgeous! I also liked your ideas of how to use this Village die set to approximate the Betsy Veldman MIM set.

  6. This is such a pretty card. I love Betsy Veldman’s designs and you nailed the style of her work beautifully. Thank you for the video.

  7. I know its way back but can’t help by looking at it from Down Under so bought the stamps, stencil and have made two of them for Christmas 2015. Loved all the videos by Simonsaysstamps blog.

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