Friday, 9 September 2011

Products still selling out fast!

Keep your eye on the retiring list because more items are selling out daily. One of the latest victims of its own success is Tart & Tangy. I had a sample to show you using this set but didn't want to reveal it until I'd given it to the recipient. Oh well...  moving on...

Name cards are easy when you’ve borrowed somebody’s alphabet dies! I’d been asked to create a christening card for a child, ie not a baby, and it isn’t easy, I can tell you! Especially when you don’t have any religion-themed stamps at all. So we settled on a simple Best Wishes inside and went for a funky, brightly-coloured card front.

LOVE this owl punch by the way! I wasn’t sure if it would be too fiddly for me but it’s not.

Stamps: Sincere Salutations (inside)
Cardstock: Old Olive, Real Red, Bashful Blue, Pacific Point, Whisper White
Paper: Play Date, Celebrations
Ink: Real Red
Accessories: Owl Punch, Bird Punch, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet Dies, Big Shot, ¼” Grosgrain Ribbon – Real Red

All products by Stampin' Up!®

1 comment:

  1. Love the personalization idea and your owl is too sweet!


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