I Sat down today pulled out the Hydrangea Haven stamp set, and dies was not sure what I wanted to do, so I took out hydrangea DSP and some pink card stock, and purple card stock. Wow, look what I made I love both of these cards. What do you think? What would you change?
Gorgeous Grape card stock #146987
Highland Heather card stock #146986
Hydrangea Hill DSP # 154570
Pear Pizzazz ink pad # 131201
Gorgeous Grape ink pad #147099
Highland Heather ink pad #147103
Subtle 3D embossing folder #151775
Rhinestone Basic Jewels #144220
Rococo Rose card stock #150882 retiring
Whisper White card stock retired Replaced by Basic White card stock
Hydrangea Hill Mercury Glass Designer Acetate #154572 retiring
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Prepare yourself for a burst of butterflies with the Butterfly Brilliance Background Stamp. Use this stamp to create projects for Mother’s Day, weddings, and more. Pair this stamp with greetings of your choice to customize it for the season or occasion. Stamp the line-art image and add color with your choice of coloring technique, or apply different colors of ink to the stamp before stamping to create a unique look. Whatever you do with it, the results will be glorious.
1 cling stamp
Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): f
RILLIANT WINGS DIES #155523
Early-release product from 2021 Annual Catalog.
Create beautifully detailed butterflies for all of your paper crafting projects with the Brilliant Wings Dies. Once you’ve cut out a swarm of butterflies, you can create a background, make a focal point, or use them as accents. There’s so much you can do. Start now!
I started stamping just before my first child was born in 1982. I was making up a scrapbook for his birth and wanted to use all kinds of things. Now, I had been scrapbooking since I was 16 years of age. It was a lot less than scrapbooking is now but it let me save and share my life highlights.
I got introduced to Stampin’ Up! when I went to a workshop one of my friends had. I was sold on it then. I love the quality of the paper and how you can have everything match the same colors. I did start selling more as a hobby and for the discounts for me in 2005. Meanwhile, my life became hectic between 1982 and 1985. I had 3 children, two boys, and a girl. I am also working hard as a nurse with one full-time job in the emergency room and two other hospitals that I picked up hours in the emergency room. My scrapbooking got put aside for working and raising my 3 children.
Now to the present, I retired in January 2015 and moved to Mesa, Arizona. I got started on my scrapbooking as now I had 5 grandchildren to scrap for too. A year ago, I decided to join Stampin ‘Up! One, get a discount, and two, make a little extra money as I love teaching card making, scrapbooking, and 3D items. I would love to teach you, and your friends contact me if youare interested.
I want you all to watch out for my upcoming Facebook live. Thinking maybe April 8th, 2021 sounds like a good day to start; LOL I look forward to seeing you on April 8th, 2021, at 5 o’clock Mountain time. Question for today; Do you like punches or dies?
No, it’s not April fools. I have been back at Stampin’ Up! for a year and starting from scratch in a new state and new people. I want to give a big shout-out to the customers that found me online. I’m so glad to be your demonstrator. I love making your thank you card each month and sending out small gifts from me to you thanking you for your orders.
Thank you, Renae, for the gift bag, and greatly thank you for the card. I loved it all. Remember, I am here for any of your stamping or papercraft needs and to help with any question and to teach you new techniques. Starting April 6th, 2021, I will be going on to Facebook Live to show you paper-crafting ideas and many different stamping techniques. So join me Tuesday, April 6th, 2021, 5 PM MT time.
Remember to be kind as this is my first live video, and it will all be new to me. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that all goes well, but if not, I know you will all be with me to help me learn the steps. See you Tuesday evening!
Question for today;
Do you prefer punches or dies in your papercrafting?
Stamp, cut, emboss, and build your own bouquet. Whether you’re sharing birthday wishes, congratulations, or a simple hello, you can make many meaningful cards with the 21 stamp images and 25 coordinating dies included in the In Bloom Bundle. With so many images, the possibilities are endless!
There is so much fun you can have with this stamp and die set. Flowers always brings joy to us all.