Stampin' Up! Ink & Cardstock


One of the things I love about Stampin' Up! is our coordinating ink and cardstock. It makes it so easy to put a project together because you know the colors will help it all flow. Here's a quick card I put together to donate recently. It had to be quick because the end of the month (the due date) came faster than I expected!

By the way, with the end of the month comes the end of Sale-a-bration. If you plan to take advantage of the promotion - a good time to stock up on card stock or on soon-to-retire In Colors - you'll want to do so by the end of the day Friday. If you have any questions, just let me know!


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Garden in Bloom thank you card


I owe someone a thank you and can't send it directly to them, so I thought I would post it here :)
Thank you to whomever placed an order last week. (You selected "no contact", which means your name and contact info is not shared with me.) I appreciate you and thank you for helping me remain a Demonstrator. This card is for you!

The images from Garden in Bloom were stamped and heat embossed with black embossing powder. This made it super easy to color in the images using an Aquapainter and ink from the lids of my stamp pads. If you ever have days where you can't seem to color within the lines, I definitely recommend this method! The melted powder does a great job of keeping the watercolor corralled and using a dark powder also makes the colors pop.

Thanks for joining me on my little escape today!

Stampin' Up! products used on this project: 

Strength & Prayers


This week's sketch challenge at Freshly Made Sketches is a great one. But somehow I still managed to go off track once I started creating. I moved the sentiment over onto one of the shape/place-holders and somehow forgot about putting something there. Oh, well. It inspired me to create. That's good, right? 😊

First, a closer view:

Then here's the finished card:

By the way, if you are looking for a fine tip glue for adhering embellishments, I truly recommend our Fine-Tip Glue Pen (linked below). I've been using this tool for the last few weeks and am so impressed with easy it is to use, the tiny dots you can easily place on your project and how well it works. An important detail is that the cap comes with a fine needle-like pin inserted into it. When you close the cap, this needle fits down into the nozzle and keeps it clear and ready to use on your next project. It's a winner!

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7 new items added to Sale-a-bration 2017!



FYI - stock for the card tin and glimmer papers has been depleted, so those items are no longer available. Since we make the stamp sets, they will continue to be available throughout the promotion period. Two important notes: the promo ends March 31st and to use one of the items listed above as your freebie, use the code shown here, not the one in the catalog.


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