Hydrangea Hill Joy Fold Card
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Mercury Glass Designer Acetate - How to use it?

The Hydrangea Hill Mercury Glass Designer Acetate is one of those products that intrigues me yet intimidates me at the same time. I'm guessing that I am not the only one who feels this way. I figure, therefore, that it is time for me to step out of my comfort zone and play with this Mercury Glass Designer Acetate and see what I can come up. I hope showing you how I used it to make 3 different cards through the video replay below of my January 13th Facebook Live inspires you to do some creating with the fun new Hydrangea Hill Mercury Glass Designer Acetate. Give it a try. I think you'll find it is a lot of fun to create with.

 

Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!


Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!

Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!

A simple circle of the fun and unique Hydrangea Hill Mercury Glass Designer Acetate makes this simple card striking.
Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!
Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up! This is one of my favorite card layouts ever. I never tire of using it. 
Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!
Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!

This is my favorite of all of these cards. This hydrangea can't help but bring smiles and spread happiness no matter the occasion or reason for sending this beautiful card.
Hydrangea Hill Suite by Stampin' Up!

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I thank you for viewing this Stampin' Peace with Mary Knabe blog post and for spreading love with your own handmade cards and happy mail. 

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