Summer Mini Catalogue - Stocking Punch
Sale-A-Bration - Just a Week Away


Whilst holidaying in Tassie I stayed with my lovely creative friend Elaine, and of course, we had to find some stamping time!  I wanted to make some sample cards using some Summer Mini Catalogue stamp sets, and some of the Sale-a-bration products which are going to be available soon.

I was delighted to find that the gorgeous stamp set, You Are Loved from the Summer Mini Catalogue, actually coordinates beautifully with the Designer Series Paper Pack, Everyday Enchantment which will be available free to qualifying customers during Sale-a-bration.

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Oh, and it also goes with Four Frames, which is one of my FAVOURITE stamp sets out of the 2011-2012 Ideas Book and Catalogue.  How gorgeous is that background paper?

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I've rarely used Poppy Parade card or ink before - who would have thought of such a combination(??) but I think it works beautifully!  This card is an easel card which I made at Elaine's, based on the structure and layout of a totally gorgeous Christmas Card she had made in a class last year - so talented!!

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The hand-cut patterned paper, layered on Early Espresso Card is mounted on Stampin' Dimensionals so that it sits up slightly, holding the top layer of the card in place when it is open.

If you'd like to see it in real life, why don't you consider coming along to my Sale-a-bration Party, which will be held on Saturday 4th February in my stamping room?  Sale-a-bration starts on Tuesday 24th January, and I will put all the details of my party here soon!


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