Saturday, August 21, 2021

Super Simple Time Of Giving Card For Team Fall Hop


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I hope you are enjoying our Team Blog Hop.
If you are starting here, with me, please be sure to visit the other blogs along the hop.  I can't wait for you to see the other projects!

Have you seen the stunning 
from the new 2021 (Holiday) Mini Catalog?

I don't think the photos do it justice.  I honestly didn't think I'd like it...  but I love it and now I need to order more!  Isn't it funny how that happens?

I shared this style of card with you just the other day, here.  I actually got the design layout from Stampin' Up!.  Every week, they send Demonstrators an email regarding current updates, Demonstrator news, etc and there are always projects to inspire us with.  I put my own "spin" on one of the projects they showed us this week.  Now, I'm on a roll with this layout and can't stop coming up with ideas of cards to make with it!  With just 2 coordinating patterns of paper, and one "chop" with your paper trimmer, you can have 2 coordinating cards!  Have you tried it?

What do you think?


I chose two coordinating patterns from the Blackberry Beauty DSP and was able to create these two beautiful cards.  I wish the photos captured how pretty they are in person.  You will just have to take my word on it.  

The sentiment and Wheat are from the Time of Giving stamp set (Holiday Mini Catalog) and I kept the embellishments simple on my cards.  Just a few leaves (cut from coordinating card stock and gold foil with the coordinating Giving Gifts Dies - order with the Time of Giving stamp set, as a bundle, and save 10%) and a few Brushed Metallic Dots.

Check out the supplies I used on my card here
I have them listed at the bottom of this post too
(Note: If you received this project idea in your email box
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Remember, with Sale-a-bration, your orders can earn you Free Exclusive Products - with qualifying orders of $50 or more!  Follow this link to view the Sale-a-bration brochure and all of your options.

These project ideas are just one of the many benefits of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator!  Wether you are just looking for a discount on your goodies, or looking for some extra income, now is a great time to order a Starter Kit - because you will get a FREE Bundle (choose from 12 bundles from the Holiday Catalog with values up to $60!) when you order the Starter Kit during Sale-a-bration!  You can get all of the details here, or contact me with any questions you may have.  I'd love to have you join my Demonstrator Family! 

Now, please hop along and visit the other blogs - and don't forget to leave your comments to be entered to win this month's giveaway!
Just leave a comment on each post, including #stampitcontest, and you will be entered to win.  This week's prize is a Hello Dear Friend card kit.
and last month's winner was:
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Mary 
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12 comments:

  1. #stampitcontest
    Your layout makes the card! Thanks.

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  2. #stampitcontest Great card and instructions for a really nice card!

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  3. Pretty card.. #stampitcontest

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  4. #stampitcontest thanks for sharing your neat card idea with us and a chance to win SU products

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  5. I love being able to create 2 cards from one piece of paper (well in this case 2). Very nice design and very versatile. TFS #stampitcontest

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  6. I like the way you used the SU card design. The addition of using the wheat stamp on the envelope is fun. I don't have the bb dsp yet and happy to see how you used it. #stampitcontest

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  7. Mary, you showcased Stampin' Up!'s design simply and elegantly

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  8. #stampitcontest

    Like the design of the card, can adapt it to so many of those DSPs that I want to feature both sides.

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