Friday, 3 October 2014

Bloom with Hope gift voucher


I’m here at last! Slow start this morning as I’m taking it easy because I still feel really rough and – worse! – I have lost my voice. At least the kids are pleased. Have cancelled all plans for the weekend and going to ground. 

But before I go, here’s a card I made to hold a gift voucher which a customer ordered for her friend’s birthday. I was there to see her open it and could see how happy a Stampin’ Up!® gift voucher can make somebody! I can provide vouchers in any denomination (from £10, the card is free!). 

To create this project, I stuck the panels of In Color cardstock together first, then stamped on top, highlighting each flower with a swish of the chalk marker.

The greetings panel is made by sliding a strip of cardstock into a circle punch, so that only one end is shaped, then repeating at the opposite end. 


All very simple, but quite effective. 

Don’t miss the big news – we have a flash sale at Stampin’ Up!® You have until the 6th to get selected essentials at a discount. Click here for more details. 



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