Stampin' Up! Birthday Bouquet Greeting cards by Angie



A fun way to check out new products and get lots of project ideas is to particpate in swaps. It's also a good way to build your stash of cards so you are ready each time an occasion rolls by! Each quarter I look forward to a swap that I participate in along with other Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. For this swap we focused on items in the Occasions Catalog and, while we normally swap WOW cards, this time we went for cards that could be used in a class or workshop setting. (If you have ever considered signing up to be a Demonstrator, this is just one of the many ways you can get ideas and samples to use at your events!)

The following cards were created by North Carolina Demonstrator Angie Pegram. First is her any- occasion card showcasing three new items: Birthday Bouquet Designer Series Paper (the set shown above), our new Sunburst Thinlit and a sentiment from the Greatest Greetings stamp set.

Angie pulled Mint Macaroon and Blushing Bride from the DSP for her card stock colors

Greatest Greetings includes 15 rubber stamps. You can click on the image in the product list below for more information, but for a quick peek here's the whole set:

Wood mount #140703 ($33) or Cling Mount #140706 ($25) US Prices

Angie's second card showcases pinwheel design and the same DSP (patterned paper). The sentiment is from Rose Wonder while the cup stains in the background are from our Timeless Textures stamp set. (Click the link for a quick video tutorial.)



Please scroll down for a complete list of products used. Clicking on an image will take you to my store for more details and shopping. Thanks for joining me on my little escape today and be sure to check back or subscribe to future posts for additional ideas including more swap cards!
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