Hello paper crafters!
Feb 28 is the LAST CHANCE to earn the FREE Flower & Fields Designer Series Paper. Feb 28 is Sunday, tomorrow and it’s the last day of Sale-a-bration where you can earn FREE products for every minimum purchase of $50 before sales tax and shipping. I’ve shared a few card projects using this beautiful paper and it really does make it easy to make cards for all occasions. I’m sharing 2 cards sharing the same DSP but I just used different colors for the card base. I love that Stampin Up! includes a list of coordinating colors in each package, it makes for quick & easy card making.
And here’s a slightly different card, using the Bermuda Bay cardstock as my card base.
These cards came together quickly by using the Stitched Rectangle Dies to cut out the card layers and the Stitched Shapes (I used the Squares) Dies to cut out the squares to layer on the card. The only “inking” I did was to use a sponge dauber to add the coordinating Bermuda Bay ink to the center of the daisies. I used the Medium Daisy Punch to punch out 2 daisies for each flower and a simple 1/2″ Circle Punch to punch out the centers for each daisy. Oh, and my go-to stamp set for all occasion sentiments, the versatile Peaceful Moments Stamp Set.
Here’s a close look at all the beautiful designs on this package of 12 sheets of 12″ X 12″ DSP, 6 double sided designs.
These are the items I used to make this card, just click on any of the pictures on my Shopping List or on my signature at the end of this post and you’ll be redirected to my 24/7 Online Store.
Please use the Host Code: Y2M4KARA when placing your order a surprise in your hand stamped card from me. Remember you also earn Loyalty Rewards Points when your order is a minimum $50*. Make sure you click on the link to read about MY LOYALTY REWARDS PROGRAM 2020-21.
*before sales tax/shipping. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer I hold in February.
Wow, Sale-a-bration is coming to a close at the end of this month. January and especially February days have flown by at a record pace. Of course, we’ve had much to deal with namely, historical weather events. I hope everyone has their electricity, heat and water restored. It’s a challenge for me to “talk” about happy fun stuff when I know many people are struggling in Texas, but I hope my sharing will give you something to look forward to when things improve and I believe brighter days are ahead for all of us. With much love, admiration and appreciation I wish you a good week-end.