Merry Medley from Stampin' Up! | Joie à profusion

Hello my Stampin' friends.

Today I am here with some beautiful creations using the Merry Medley background stamp from Stampin' Up! with a twist - I am using the French version called Joie à profusion.

For my first card I have CASEd the amazing card shown in the Autumn:Winter catalogue.

The wreath is created using the Pretty Pines dies. The sentiment comes from the Merry Medley stamp - I picked out and stamped the words and holly sprig using my Stampin' Write markers and then used my circle punch to create the little tag.

For my next card again I CASEd this, but this time from one I found on Pinterest by Juana Ambina. Following her description I stamped the Merry Medley with Smoky Slate ink on white card stock and then ink blended the same ink to get this stunning effect -

Again I used the Pretty Pines dies for the wreath -

Don't overlook the Merry Medley | Joie à profusion stamp set for your Christmas crafting ! It's great for backgrounds but remember to you can pick out the individual sentiments to use on projects too !

I'll be back later in the week with some more examples of this versatile stamp - until then, stay crafty

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