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Thursday, March 15, 2012

Stampin' Up! Magazine

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One of the perks of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator is the monthly Stampin' Success magazine we receive. I always look forward to getting mine in the mail so I can read about great techniques, and see some really cute samples. When I opened the latest issue, I saw the most beautiful card that I had to CASE (copy & share everything)!


Did you know that during Sale-A-Bration you can join Stampin' Up! for only $125?! You also get a free package of Designer Series Paper every month through the rest of the year! You can only take advantage of this awesome deal through the end of March. Don't wait! Have questions....please ask! I'm always happy to help! Click on my name to the right for contact information.


Ingredients:
  • Tea Shoppe stamp set (125545 wood/ 125547 clear), and Fresh Vintage stamp set (free with $50 order 125115 wood/ 125117 clear) or the Chamomile Wheel (125432) - Fresh Vintage and Chamomile offer similar images, I used Fresh Vintage.
  • Very Vanilla card stock
    • 1 pc 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" (fold for card base)
    • 1pc 4" x 5 1/4" - Run through the Big Shot with the Stripes embossing folder (123128).
    • 1pc 1 7/8" x 5"- Use 1 3/8" square punch to create notch (or hand cut), use Extra-Large Oval punch (119859) to create round top (read tip below).
    • 1pc 7/8" x 4" - Stamped in Old Olive
  • Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border punch (119275), punched in  Melon Mambo
  • 1/2" Scallop Polka Dots Melon Mambo Ribbon (122985)
  • Blender Pen (102845)
  • Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
Baker's Tip: To round the top of the 'tag', insert your 1 7/8" strip of paper into the punch and gently feed through the punch opening. Pull the card stock through until desired length, then punch.




2 comments:

Kim Allen said...

I LOVE it and can't wait to make it!

createwithcheryl said...

Such a pretty card!! Thanks for sharing!

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