I won’t be counting each one of my Sale-a-Bration cards but for now, yes, this is my second card made with 2019 Sale-a-Bration products. My inspiration was joining a swap in an online SU! demonstrator support and business group (Sudsol) I belong to. And I wanted to have some dimension to my card. Actually, check out page 18, top left corner, of the Sale-a-Bration brochure and you’ll see my first inspiration.
Here are the products I used:
- Cut a piece of Whisper White card stock to 3-1/2″ x 5″…..large enough to fit behind the window cut out with the largest oval die from the Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper (DSP).
- Stamp the leaves/stems using Old Olive ink.
- Stamp the flowers on scraps of Whisper White card stock, using So Saffron ink. The flower images use the type of imaging that builds the shading into the image as you stamp it. I do recommend using the Stampin’ Pierce Mat under the Whisper White card stock to get a solid image. Using Paper Snips, cut out the images. After placing the Whisper White layer behind the Designer Series Paper layer, attach the flowers using Multipurpose Liquid Glue.
- Wrap a length of Highland Heather Organdy Ribbon abound the DSP layer and secure then ends with a knot.
- Swipe a scrap of So Saffron card stock with the Embossing Buddy, stamp greeting with VersaMark, sprinkle with White Embossing Powder and heat set using the Heat Tool.
- Snip ends to create a flag and attach to card front, over the ribbon, using Dimensionals.
So…. this was my second card made with 2019 Sale-a-Bration products. Have you checked out the S-A-B (much shorter way of saying Sale-a-Bration) brochure yet? What are your favorite S-A-B products? Have any products from the Occasions Catalog captured your interest? Remember, for every $50 purchase from either of the current Stampin’ Up! catalogs, you can select one Sale-a-bration item. Two of the Sale-a-Bration items require a $100 purchase, the Lasting Lily and the Tea Time Framelits Dies (which coordinate with Tea Together stamp set on page 49 of the Occasions Catalog). I’ll be moving on in the next few days, sharing a few cards featuring Occasions stamp sets. As always, I’m available for your questions and stamping needs. Just call or email me and I’ll get right back to you.