An Early Birthday Card for My Husband!

Aloha, all!

     At the end of next week, my husband will celebrate his 75th birthday. That's a big one as far as I'm concerned. Actually, at our age, every birthday is a big one! But from now on, any that ends in a 5 or a 0 will get extra special treatment. Extra special in the case of Harry's birthday card is one that's made with the popular Pop Up Twist design. (OK – everyone I know calls is the "Twist Pop Up" card. But I just like the way it rolls off my tongue when I say, "Pop Up Twist."

     This is also the day that the Stampin' Up! Only Challenge group starts its next challenge, which is to make a Masculine style card. No frou-frou or flowers this time! But that doesn't mean that it can't be a really nice card, and I think that this one is!

     As with most of my recent cards, I made today's project using a retiring set of Designer Series Paper. Yep, just one retiring product – the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper. And wouldn't you know that it's already beyond retired – it's gone! Don't forget – even though it might still be on a page in your catalog, if it's retiring, it could run out soon! So don't hesitate to order something you might really like! Order at my Stampin' Up! Online Store!

     To decorate the front of the card, I used the Balloon Celebration Stamp Set to stamp the "strings" and three solid balloon in the background. Then I punched balloons from the Designer Series Paper using the Balloon Bouquet Punch. I adhered two of them using SNAIL adhesive and two using Stampin' Dimensionals to pop them up a bit.

     For the inside of the card, after I'd adhered two sheets of paper to the top and bottom, I stamped the "Look Who's Turning" and "Happy Birthday" using stamps from the Number of Years Stamp Set. For the Pop Up section, I stamped two more balloons – this time just the outlines – on the two center sections. Then I die cut the 7 and 5 using the Designer Series Paper and the Large Number Framelits die set. I cut the two hearts using the heart shape in the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits set. That's all I put on this as you really need to keep the layers in the folded section a bit on the flat side so that the card will close cleanly.

     I debated adding some embellishments onto the front of the card. But my final decision was not to as I think this card has enough interest with its Pop Up feature. And those balloons on the front are in three different layers, and that seems to add a bit of interest.

     I hope that you like this idea for a masculine card and will try either this or some other design to enter into the Stampin' Up! Only Challenge this time. It runs through June 3rd, and that's actually my husband's birthday. We're going on a short vacation to celebrate, and I know he'll love this card. If you'd like to try out this Pop Up Twist technique, I highly recommend the Split Coast Stampers website. The video there was definitely helpful!

     Here are the products I used for this project. All of these products are in the current Stampin' Up! Catalogs AND will be in the upcoming 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog!

    


Posted on : May 22 2017
Posted under Challenges, Family and Garden, Punches, Sizzix, Stamping, SUO Challenges |

Retiring Products Have Just 2-1/2 More Weeks!

Aloha, all!

     Well, it's actually less than 3 weeks before everything that's on the Stampin' Up! List of Retiring Products will really be retired. Now I know that some things don't actually sell out and end up on the Clearance Rack a couple of months down the road. But when it comes to things that I want, the products really do run out before the retiring date gets here. Just a thought….

     Anyway, here's another recent project that I made to show off several retiring products.

     Unfortunately, I had to make a sympathy card to send to a friend whose husband just passed away after a long illness. I was quite thankful that I still had some large pieces of the retiring Blooms and Bliss Designer Series Paper to use for this card. The pinks and purples go together so well to make a soothing card. I used one sheet that's primarily Blushing Bride in color and another – the mats behind the sentiment and the main card layer – that's primarily Rich Razzleberry. Since I was on a mission to use up some retiring products, I used the lace stamp from the Grateful Bunch Stamp Set, and stamped it twice along the right side of the card front.

     To give the card front some texture beyond the faux texture provided by the lace stamp, I added a layer of Very Vanilla Cardstock that I embossed using the retiring Elegant Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. Then for the final touch before adding the Sentiment Layer, I tied a piece of the retiring Blushing Bride 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon.

     For the sentiment, I chose one from the NOT retiring Flourishing Phrases Stamp Set (so glad this isn't retiring!), which I stamped using Rich Razzleberry Ink onto Very Vanilla Cardstock before die-cutting it and the Designer Series Paper layer using the also NOT retiring Lots of Labels Framelits. For just a tad more texture and interest, I included some Rich Razzleberry Enamel Dots just below the sentiment.  I adhered this layer to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals.

     Now off to make some more cards using some of my favorite retiring products. Believe it or not, I've already packed most of them away in boxes that will be stored until the Fall, which is when I usually put all my retiring products up for sale on eBay. But there are a few still hanging around, and you'll see some of them as long as they're still available. This is the time in retirement season when stamp sets start getting sold out, so keep thinking about stamp sets you'd like to buy – better sooner than later! Rarely do rubber stamp sets end up on the Clearance Rack. Just sayin'

     Here are the products in this project that will be retiring come May 31st:

And here are the products I used that are NOT retiring

 


Posted on : May 15 2017
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My Projects for a Fund-Raising Fair!

Aloha, all!

     As many of you know, I belong to a group called Family and Community Education (FCE). It's part of a USA national group of the same name, which is also part of a worldwide group called Associated Country Women of the World. In our small part of the world, my club focuses on educational projects such as giving books to newborns, providing materials for 4th graders to participate in a Character Counts art and essay project, and supporting healthy cooking demonstrations (many more,too).  We also do some charity work such as (and you may have to live in Hawaii to truly understand this) providing the local elementary schools with rubber slippers. OK – the explanation is that many children in our area where rubber slippers to school (not a problem – I wear rubber slippers everywhere, too!). But what they wear may be their only pair and, if they break during the school day, they'd have to go around barefoot the rest of the day, and maybe for a while longer. So we give the schools some extras so they can help these kids out.

     To raise money to do all of this, we participate with other clubs in our local FCE council in hosting an arts, crafts and baked goods fair every May. That's what I spent this past Saturday doing. But I spent a lot of time before the fair making covered composition books to sell at the fair. I'm the paper-crafter in the club, so I get to choose the paper-crafted project for the year, and this year it was the notebooks.

     This is one of the books that I made this year. I use 4 sheets of the same patterned paper to cover one book. The way Stampin' Up!'s schedule works, Sale-a-bration is always the perfect time for me to stock up on good quality Designer Series Papers for this project (which I've been doing for several years now). Then decorating the fronts of the books with Stampin' Up! die-cut flowers and other shapes, using coordinating cardstock, really makes the books stand out in the crowd of crafts.

     I also add a pen for each notebook. These pens, called "R.S.V.P." pens have a clear cover over the ink tube, and all I have to do is cut a small piece of matching Designer Series Paper, roll it into a tube, and slip it into the pen. Voilà, matching pen.

     Here's a notebook I made with paper that's not Stampin' Up! paper – it was 25¢ at a local craft store, so I snatched it all up! But I used Stampin' Up! Ribbon to hold the pen, and I added a Watermelon Wonder Butterfly die-cut butterfly that perfectly accented the butterfly printed on the paper. These books sold fast!

     There were several other designs, but these were my favorites! And our club ended up making enough to keep us in our projects for yet another year – even enough to perhaps up our donation of those rubber slippers!

     I hope you had as great a weekend as I had!

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Posted on : May 07 2017
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Thinking of Friends

Aloha, all!

     My husband and I have moved long distances twice during the last 25 years. And each time that we've moved, we've left good friends behind. Some of them we were fortunate enough to have had the chance to visit when we were on our trip last month. But some were away when we visited, and others have themselves moved to different places. But as I thought of many of them when we were traveling, I thought it might be a nice idea to send them notes to let them know we were thinking about them. Today's project is the first of the cards that I made to send to a friend in Florida.

     And, yes, there are retiring Stampin' Up! products featured in this card! The most prominent of these is the delightfully lovely Fruit Stand Designer Series Paper. My original intention was to stamp images from the coordinating Fresh Fruit Stamp Set. But when I decided on the sheet with the peaches on it, I realized that I could do just as well (if not better) by die-cutting some of the fruit from the paper. Once I made that decision, it was just a quick step to pull out my Stitched Shapes Framelits and arrange them on a card front.

     Once I had the shapes on the card front, I needed a sentiment to fit in that little space down in the right front of the card. The sentiment I chose is from the retiring, Love and Affection Stamp Set. The final touch for this card was a little bow using the Peekaboo Peach 3/8" Ruched Ribbon. While Peekabook Peach is a color that will be around for at least another year, the whole set of Ruched Ribbons will be retiring at the end of this month. I'm almost out of the Peekabook Peach!

     Oh, and the color I chose to mat everything on this card was Pear Pizzazz Cadstock. That's not going anywhere, but it seemed to be the right color to use for this!

     Here are the products in this project that will be retiring this year:


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Posted on : May 05 2017
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Birthdays Don’t Take a Vacation!

Aloha, all!

     As soon as I got back from my travels, I had to get right into making birthday cards for friends and family members who had birthdays coming right up. Neither of the soonest birthday girls seemed willing to delay their birthdays until I could get a card made, so I definitely hustled. One may have made it a day or two late (takes longer for mail to get places from here in Hawaii!). Actually, it was this one, which I sent to my sister-in-law. Hopefully she'll have it by the time it shows up here!

     And, of course, since May is the month of retiring Stampin' Up! products, I used a whole bunch of them for this card.

     Both stamp sets that I used for this card are retiring, one of them from a few years back, and one from the most recent (and still current) Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog. The Petite Petals Stamp Set has been around for a while, along with its coordinating  Petite Petals Punch. I didn't use the punch for this project, but I probably will in some other project this month, just to give it a proper, "Goodbye." The sentiment is from the Balloon Adventures Stamp Set, which I really liked, and which I hope to use for a few more birthday cards as the month progresses. So sorry it was only around for a few months!

     The Blooms and Bliss Designer Series Paper is one that you're going to see more of this week as I really, really like this paper and hope to use up most of my remaining stash before it retires. As of the time that I'm writing this post, there is still quite a bit of this paper left, so it's probably not too late to order some (the yellowish icon over to the right).

     Finally, I'm rapidly using up my one last spool of the Blushing Bride 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon. This is another product that's still available as I write this, but other colors in this kind of ribbon have already sold out, so this may not be far behind.

     Still in the upcoming 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog will be the Lots of Labels Framelits, which I used to cut the stamped sentiment layer as well as its mat, as well as the Subtles Enamel Dots (love the heart shapes in these sets!).

     Here are the products that I used in this project that will be retiring at the end of this month:


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Posted on : May 03 2017
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It’s Almost April!

Aloha, all!

     The theme for this week's Stampin' Up! Only Challenge is, "My Favorite April Theme." For me that's easy as I only ever think of April in terms of two ditties: "30 Days Hath September, April, June and November…." and "April Showers Bring May Flowers." The former of these two doesn't really add itself to being the theme of a greeting card. But the latter certainly does, especially when there are raindrops on Designer Series Paper and an Umbrella in a favorite Stamp Set!

     The Designer Series Paper used throughout this project is from the A Little Foxy Designer Series Paper Stack. And the lovely lady with the umbrella is from the Beautiful You Stamp Set from the Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog. (By the way, this Stamp Set will NOT retire at the end of the Occasions Catalog's Sales Period. Yay!)  The sentiment on the card is made up of two of the many words in the Crazy About You Stamp Set.

     It's been quite a while since I've done some paper piecing with a stamp, but I just had to try it out with the image of the lady with the umbrella. To make this work the way I wanted it to, I stamped the image THREE times.

  • The first time I stamped it using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink onto the top layer of Designer Series Papers.
  • The second time I stamped it (same ink) onto Whisper White Cardstock, which I cut out by hand and adhered to the first stamped image. (I used a retired Blush Blossom Stampin' Write Marker to color her legs and upper back. There are ways to mix current Stampin' Up! colors to get a nice light flesh tone, too. But I prefer the Blush Blossom as long as I have it. If you'd rather have skin with a darker color, one that I've found that looks nice is Soft Suede applied with a Blender Pen.)
  • The final time, I stamped the image (same ink) onto a piece of Calypso Coral/Whisper White print from the A Little Foxy paper set. Then I cut out the dress and umbrella and adhered that to the Whisper White image.

     One of the idea cards in the Occasions Catalog gave me the idea for using the Delicate White Doily as an embellishment on the card. It gives the Calypso Coral Cardstock background a bit of texture. I thought the Pool Party 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon was also a nice way to separate the two sections of the card. Then the sentiment element brought the two sections back together nicely. I stamped the two words using Calypso Coral Classic Ink, and cut both the sentiment and the paper used to mat the sentiment using one of the dies from the Bunch of Banners Framelits Set.

     The final touch was a mat for the whole card cut from Basic Gray Cardstock. Smoky Slate is one of the colors in the Paper set, but I wanted a darker edge for the card, so went with the Basic Gray.

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     And now a bit more about April. I am going to be away from home and my craft room for most of the month of April. I've found that, when I'm gone for such a long time, I haven't been really successful in trying to keep my blog going for the whole period. In fact, this time, in getting ready for our trip, I've been a bit on the sporadic side in terms of posting. So I've decided to give my blog a bit of a vacation while I'm gone, and start it back up when I get back. I'll post when I leave, but I thought I'd give those of you who have read this far a heads up!

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     Here are the products I used in today's project. As always, just click on any of the photos to go to my very own Stampin' Up! store to ready more about the product and even buy it for yourself! Even when I'm gone, my store is always open – 24/7/365!

 


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Posted on : Mar 27 2017
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Birthday Blast – A Star of a Stamp Set!

Aloha, all!

     Today's blog post is not just about a stamp set. It's also about a fun Sizzix Edgelits Set that goes with it. I definitely haven't heard the word, "edgelit," in a while, and I didn't even realize how this one worked until I got it in my hot little hands last week. The edgelit can be used by itself, but it's really a Blast when it's used the the Birthday Blast Stamp Set!

     When I put the shape that the main die in this set cuts out over the starry image from the stamp set, the effect is amazing! Before I go into some hints for making a card like this, I'll share some details about the other parts of the card.

     First of all, the colors in this card are both in the 2016-2018 Stampin' Up! In Color set – Emerald Envy and Peekaboo Peach. The greeting is also a part of the Birthday Blast stamp set – it's all in one stamp, so there's no need to stress over lining the two words up. The stars underneath the greeting are from the 2016-2018 Enamel Shapes Set. The final element on the card is the bow made with the Emerald Envy 1/8" Taffeta Ribbon. One of the nice things about showing off a card made with colors in a specific group is that there is usually a set of cardstock that you can buy that includes all the colors in the set. In this case, there's a pack of 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock that include both of these colors as well as the other 3 colors in this In Color set.

     Now about my trial and error in making this card. Die-cutting the top layer is not much of a hassle at all. I cut a piece of cardstock 4-1/2" high and 4-1/4" wide. I stamped "Happy Birthday" so that the top of the stamp is about 2-1/4" – 2-1/2" up from the bottom edge of the cardstock. Then I placed the edgelit across the cardstock, placing it about 1/4" above the top of the greeting and ran it through the Sizzix Big Shot.

     I set that aside and went to work on the stamped image. For this part of the project, I cut Whisper White Cardstock 5-1/2" high and 4-1/4" wide. Then I stamped the star blast image so that the top of the arch is about 5/8" from the top of the cardstock.

     Finally, I glued the top layer to the stamped layer. I applied adhesive only to the bottom rectangle of the top layer. Then I carefully placed the large center star over the stamped center star and made sure I got the left and right slashes so that they showed through the die-cut slashed leading up to the other two stars. Once I had that arranged, I (again carefully!) laid the lower rectangle down onto the stamped layer, adhering it securely.

     What you have at that point may look like a mess! But not to worry. What you want to do is to cut this grouping into a rectangle that's 5" high and 3-3/4" wide. I began cutting the grouping by making sure that the bottom edge was parallel with the greeting on the top layer. Once I had that edge the way I wanted it I used that edge as much guide to cut the other sides, starting with either the left or right side. I made 3 of these cards, and I found that I trimmed them in a different order each time. One time I made sure I had a squared-off rectangle before I worked on getting the whole thing down to size. There are probably as many ways of doing this as cards I would make. But it's really worth the effort – and it's not really that much effort!

     When it came to the ribbon, I just tied a small bow and adhered it to the base of the star "blast." But, when I had some of my downline make it in a class I had for them, some of them tied the ribbon around the die-cut base and then tied the bow. I think it looked good either way – whichever you prefer!

     Here's a recap of the products I used for this project. Click on any of the photos to get to my Stampin' Up! store to find out more about any of them and even to order them right away! If you have any questions, you can always call me at the phone number shown up near the right top of this page.

 


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Posted on : Mar 19 2017
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A Paper Pumpkin Alternative

Aloha, all!

     As you may have noticed if you pay attention both here and on Facebook, I've been a bit scarce with my work of late. We're getting ready for another long (for us) trip next month, and there is SOOO much I have to get done before we go that my Craft Room has been getting short shrift – as has this blog and other stuff. But, when my monthly Paper Pumpkin kit arrived in the mail yesterday, I just had to take a minute to open it up to see what I could do with it.

     As I keep up with the social media sites that chat about Paper Pumpkin, I knew what was in this month's kit, and I knew that half of it was going to be fine, but the other half not so much. The "not so much" part consisted of supplies to make a bunch of 3" x 3" cards. I have absolutely no use for cards of such size. They're too small to mail, and that's how all but a very few of my cards are transmitted to their recipients. On the other hand, I didn't want to waste that part of the kit, so off I went to try to find some alternatives. This was my first try, and I think it's a good start. I'll make some changes on the second try and share them with you once I have them all made up.

     As those of you who have seen this kit surely noticed, the papers are the same design as in the Stampin' Up! Playful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack from the 2016-2017 Annual Catalog. So that's where I went for a larger piece of paper for a background for a full-sized 4-1/4" by 5-1/2" greeting card. Then I started playing with the papers in the Paper Pumpkin kit.

     The first thing that I did was to cut in half all of the 3" x 6" rectangles that made up the card that was to be folded to make the 3" square. The top square in this card is the front of the Peekaboo Peach Design and the bottom square is the back of the Multi-colored Swirl Design. The middle square is the "address" side of one of the envelopes. I simply trimmed around a whole envelop to make it 3" square and the back just fell right off.

     I embossed the Very Vanilla square using the Petal Burst Textured Impressions Embossing Folder which I thought was a good match for the flower petals that I made out of the bunny ears that were in the kit as self-adhesive die-cut shapes. I've already seen some cards made with full flowers from the bunny ears. But there aren't enough to make all the cards that I want to make with this kit. So I have made a tulip-y flower bud instead. The one part of this card that I don't think works so well is the flower stem. I'll do something different next time around. But I do like the bow, and I will be using the ribbon that matches the other colors in this kit in future cards, too.

     So – my first try with the card part of the kit. Believe it or not, I'm going to be able to make really good use of the other part, which is a set of treat bags on which I can stamp bunny faces (yes, the stamp set is included in the kit) and fill with Easter candies. For a change, we are going to be able to share an Easter Dinner with our daughter's family – another two adults and three wonderful grandchildren.

     It was really nice to have a chance to take a break from travel prep (oh, that includes getting our taxes done before we leave as we'll be gone over April 15th – U. S. Income Tax Day!). So it's going to be a challenge. But seeing the grandkids and other family on this trip makes it all worth it.

     Here are the products I feature in this card, not including the March Paper Pumpkin Kit. At this point, I don't know if it will be available for purchase individually. But I'll be sure to let you know if it becomes available. It's a cutie!

 


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Posted on : Mar 18 2017
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Up In The Sky – Things That Fly!

Aloha, all!

     It's time for the new challenge over at the Stampin' Up! Only Challenge blog! This time we changed it up a bit and just picked a theme out of the air. Or, in the air, actually. It's "Things That Fly" this time around, and flying was immediately on my mind when I had the time set aside to make my card for this week's challenge.

     For me, it was flying as in all the airline reservations I've had to make for another of our marathon trips to the United States Mainland next month. There are 8 airplanes on this card, and you'd think that would be enough. But, no. We have to take 12 planes to get to all the places on our itinerary this time around. I was going to try to get all 12 on a card, but I couldn't figure out the design. I had a circle in my head – because we're starting and returning to the same place – home! And this card is large enough (5" x 7") that I didn't want to go large enough for those 12 planes.

     First about the card. Graduation time is coming up, and I'm sure to need a graduation card this year. What a great sentiment to someone who's starting a new part of his or her life – "The Sky's the Limit"! And, of course, the finishing touch with the "Huge Congrats" stamp. All three of these stamps come from different Stampin' Up! Stamp set, all of which are currently available on the Stampin' Up! website.

  •      The plane stamp is in a set that is on the Clearance Rack at Stampin' Up! for a lot less than the $13.95 I paid for it a couple of years ago. The stamp set is called, "Greetings From," and is not only a great set for scrapbooking, but it has wonderful little elements that are great on cards – such as this cute little plane. Get it while it lasts!
  •      The "Sky's the Limit" stamp is from the "Over the Rainbow" stamp set, which is in Stampin' Up!'s annual catalog, and is still very much available.
  •      The "Huge CONGRATS" stamp is from a set called, "Watercolor Wishes," and that's only available as part of an all-inclusive kit called (amazingly) Watercolor Wishes.

     I chose the colors for the planes before I went about figuring out what I was going to use as cardstock and Designer Series Papers. That's why the Daffodil Delight planes look a bit different. I originally made those planes another color. But then, when I went to find paper, I fell in love with the idea of the striped sheet from the Party Animal Designer Series Paper from the Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalog. The quickest way for me to "fix" my project was just to stamp the plane outlines on Daffodil Delight, cut them out, and glue them over the color that was on there. And, yes, I considered doing that for all the planes; but, no, I didn't want to spend any more time fussy cutting.

     As for my travel next month, all of our plane reservations are made. And so far, 4 of the flight time departures and/or arrivals have changed. One of them involves a change with gives us less than an hour between flights in Atlanta, and one for a similarly short time in Minneapolis. Yikes, those are big airports!!! I guess I should wear good walking (running?) shoes!

     More about my travels later on this month. For now, here are the stamp sets, paper and tools I used for this card. Just click on any of the photos to go directly to my Stampin' Up! store to find out more about them – and even to order them, which would be a really good thing, especially for that stamp set on the clearance rack!

 


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Posted on : Mar 13 2017
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Fun Colors with Make a Medallion Stamp Set – #4

Aloha, all!

     This is the last of the four identical-except-for-colors Birthday Cards I made last week with the Make a Medallion Stamp Set from this year's Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration Catalog. And you know by now, if it's in the Sale-a-bration Catalog, you can get it FOR FREE with any $50 Stampin' Up! Purchase.

     You have to admit, this color combination really is a lot different from the rest of the cards (which are all pretty much different from each other, too!). The color that's a rarely-used color for this card is Tempting Turquoise. When have you last seen me use this color??? Not in a very long time. It's so long since I've used it that I still have the old style Stampin' Up! Stamp Pad and Reinker for this color. It's not the only one, but it's definitely a rarity! The other two colors that I used for this card are Peekaboo Peach (which you see a lot in my posts these days), and Night of Navy, which I had out for one of the other cards in this series.

Here are the products I used for this, the fourth in this series. There are still a few more weeks for Sale-a-bration, but I think it's always good not to put off earning Sale-a-bration products until late in the Catalog period (which ends March 31st). You should note that, if you buy the Layering Circle Framelits and the BIG Designer Series Paper Stack, you'll have spent quite enough to get this stamp set FOR FREE! You can click on any of the pictures below and get right to my Stampin' Up! store, where you can order everything 24/7/365!


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Posted on : Mar 13 2017
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