Are you looking for the perfect stamp sets you need before they retire? Here is one for you -- the Stampin' Up! So Sentimental Stamp Set. Create tags, labels, and more with the phrases in the So Sentimental Stamp Set. These greetings are suitable for so many occasions—celebrating birthdays, welcoming new babies, saying “thank you.”
NOTE: the coordinating Stampin' Up! Stitched So Sweetly Dies are not retiring in May 2021, but the stamp set is [sadly] retiring...so now is the time to purchase the bundle!
Stamp Set(s): So Sentimental
Dies: Stitched So Sweetly Dies, Stitched Rectangles Dies
Ink Pad: Magenta Madness, Misty Moonlight
Cardstock: Misty Moonlight, White
Designer Series Pape (DSP)r: Flowers for Every Season DSP
Ribbon & Trim: Magenta Madness 2020–2022 IN COLOR Ribbon
Adhesives: Stampin' Seal+, Stampin' Dimensionals
Basic Supply Kit: paper trimmer, paper snips/scissors, bone folder, acrylic stamping blocks
Stampin' Up! Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine
Take Your Pick (optional)
Card Base: Misty Moonlight (5 1/2" x 8 1/2" scored at 4 1/4")
Layer #1: White (approximately 4 1/2" x 3 1/4", trimmed down with Stitched Rectangle die)
Layer #2: Flowers for Every Season DSP (approximately 3 3/4" x 2 3/4" trimmed down with Stitched So Sweetly die)
Layer #3: White (approximately 2 3/4" x 2 1/4" trimmed down with Stitched So Sweetly die)
Prepare Your Cardstock: cut/trim/score all paper as described above
Die cut Layers #1, #2, and #3
Stamp the sentiment on Layer #3 in Magenta Madness ink
Stamp the front of the card base with the two "splatter" stamps in Misty Moonlight ink, covering the front of the card (it sorta looks like confetti, right?)
Adhere Layer #1 to the card base
Adhere the ribbon to Layer #2; attach the ends on the back of the DSP with Seal+ or Tear and Tape
Adhere Layer #2 on top of Layer #1 with Stampin' Dimensionals
Adorn the card with rhinestones
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It would be great to hear from you on any topic that's on your mind. I do not have to be your primary demonstrator or even one of your usual go-to resources for inspiration, tips, advice, etc., It would be very beneficial if I can hear from you on any crafting-related topic imaginable.
What are your favorite types of cards?
Do you want to see more fun-folds?
Do you want to see more gift packaging?
Do you want to see how I use Stampin' Up! supplies for scrapbooking and memory keeping?
What are the top 3 things you admire most about your favorite crafters (I'd really love to hear this!!!!).
Do you have a love-hate relationship with adhesives?
Do your cards stand the test of time or do they tend to fall flat?
Tell me your pain-points and I will help (or assemble of team of crafters who can come together to help). If you're thinking it or struggling with it, it's a given that someone else is facing the same challenge. Let's help everyone.
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Crafting In The Stamping Nook Facebook Group
As a creative coach, I am here to help you with your projects -- I do not have to be your demonstrator for me to help! We are a community of crafters! Likewise, I hope to learn from you! One way to facilitate the collaboration is through the private “Crafting in The Stamping Nook” group on Facebook. Members are encouraged to share crafty and DIY projects of all types, share tips, and of course meet others with the same crafting passion. I often share my projects, tutorials, etc., and of course, incorporate fun activities as well (prizes included)!
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