You can be delivering precious products to your friends and family when you send them a card like this created using the You Always Deliver stamp set. Who doesn’t want to see the good ole delivery man approaching your door? Add any of the adorable smaller images to the card and you can have some fun. There are many sentiments to choose from as well. I just love playing with it.
Supply: Stamp Sets: You Always Deliver (149355) Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black (132708) Paper: Crumb Cake card stock (120953), Real Red card stock (102482): Whisper White Card Stock (100730); Pool Party card stock (122924) Other: Follow Your Art Washi Tape (149490); Paper Snips (103579); Light Flirty Flamingo Blends (147031); Smoky Slate Combo Blends (145058); Soft Suede Combo Blends (147273); Crumb Cake Combo Blends (144601); Pool Party Combo Blends (144605); Real Red Combo Blends (147935); Ivory Blends (144606); Snail Adhesive (104332)
Measurements: • Crumb Cake card stock: 5 ½” x 8 ½” scored at 4 ¼” • Real Red card stock: 4” x 5 ¼” • Whisper White card stock: 3 ¾” x 5” • Pool Party card stock scraps for banners
1. Stamp delivery man and packages on Whisper White cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. Color in with Blends. Cut Stampin’ Up! logo from washi tape and adhere to middle package in the stack. Mount to the Real Red card stock layer with Snail adhesive. 2. Stamp “Get Excited!!!” and “…your order is here!” with Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Pool Party scrap cardstock. Cut banner ends with Paper Snips. Adhere to Whisper White card stock with Snail adhesive. 3. Adhere Real Red card stock layer to the Crumb Cake card base with Snail adhesive and you too can be delivering precious products.
Do you ever have stamps that don’t stick to the blocks? What about Cling Stamps? They are so much stronger and Stampin’ Up! has some just for you. Introducing our new Cling Stamps. You can find them now in the new Occasions Catalog.
Watch the video below as Natalie gives you the information you need for assembling and caring for your Cling Stamps.
This makes Stampin’ Up!’s classic red rubber stamps better than ever! They are the same quality rubber material that you’ve always loved. Now they come with an adhesive image label that will cling like crazy to clear blocks (AC p. 206) or Stamparatus plates (AC p. 207) each and every time you use them. So, from now on, our stamps will either be “cling”, or “Photopolymer.”
It’s the last day of the year, but not the last day of Stampin’ Up!’s year-end sale. You still have two more days to shop. You can find all the products still available when you shop my online store. You can also download the flyer below to make your choices. These products are all on sale while supplies last and some products have either run out or are running low. Take a look and see what is still available and on your wish list.
You can find the flyer below and download it to all the products. This will make it easier to keep track of what is on sale and what you want. There are still a lot of options available. Remember, some of the products are retiring from the Holiday Catalog and will no longer be available. There are also some great products from the Annual Catalog available at a discount through this sale. It’s a great way to end the year so take advantage of more days to shop.Please remember, bundles only last during the catalog time that the products are first introduced. After that catalog’s period of time is over, the products might carry over but the bundle pricing does not. Please let me know if you have any questions about the sale or any of the products. Happy shopping and a very Happy New Year!
And take a look at what the inside looks like. Warmest wishes for a wonderful Christmas week to you and your family. I hope 2019 is a wonderful year. Stay tuned to my blog for all the new things coming your way.
Stamp Sets – Signs of Santa Bundle (149967); Buffalo Check (w: 147797, c: 147794)
Card Stock – Shaded Spruce (146981); Whisper White (100730)
Stamp Pads – Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad (147084); Memento Ink Pad (132708)
Stampin’ Blends – Real Red Combo Pack (147935); Shaded Spruce Dark (147937); Daffodil Delight Dark (144585); Smoky Slate Light (145054); Ivory (144606); Color Lifter (144608)
Stamp Buffalo Check image with Real Red ink on Whisper White cardstock.
Using a ruler and dark Shaded Spruce Stampin’ Blend, draw lines as shown in the photo.
Wrap ribbon around stamped image and tie in a knot; adhere to card base.
Stamp Santa image and “Wishing you…” on Whisper White cardstock square with Memento ink and color with Stampin’ Blends. (tip: outline the white parts with light Smoky Slate and then use the color lifter to blend. (Another tip: you can die cut Santa from DSP and attach to the card).
Die cut with the largest circle die. Use largest scalloped circle die to cut from Shaded Spruce cardstock. Adhere circles together and attach to card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
For inside, stamp “…and more!” o Whisper White cardstock. Die cut a Mrs. Claus from DSP and adhere (or stamp and color as for Santa). Adhere to inside.
Time is running out to take advantage of the end of year closeout sale. If you have an opportunity to shop my online store, you can see all the products on sale. There are products from the annual catalog as well as the holiday catalog. Many of the products are retiring and will not be returning. You can shop my online store and download the flyer below. These products are all on sale while supplies last and some products have either run out or are running low.
We also have a flyer you can download below to print out and keep. This will make it much easier to keep track of what is on sale and what you want. There really is so much to choose from. Please remember, bundles only last during the catalog time that the products are first introduced. After that catalog’s period of time is over, the products might carry over but the bundle pricing does not. Please let me know if you have any questions about the sale or any of the products and happy shopping!
Stella MacKay Independent Demonstrator for Stampin' Up! since 2002.
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