21 February 2007

Last Chance!

It’s getting late... Sell-A-Bration and the Stampin’ Up! Winter Mini will be history in only one week! Thought I’d share some more samples from these two great mini catalogs. If you like what you see, now is the time to get an order in!

This card was created with the “Something Punny” set, and I used the spots from “Fun Filled.” I also used lots of fun accessories — Soft Subtles Mini Brads, the Tag Punch, Flirty Ribbon and Loves Me Double-Sided paper. I LOVE the colors in the paper, they're so fun and candy-dish bright, and they coordinate sooooo well with the Flirty ribbons.

Sorry about the slightly blurry photo, but I think you can see all the lovely details. This card was created using the absolutely gorgeous Carte Postale line of products from the Winter mini. The stamp set is Carte Postale, and the background stamped in Craft White is the French Flair stamp. The striped paper is from the Enchanté double-sided paper collection, and it’s embellished with a couple of Vintage Brads.

This little 6 x 6 page features the Loves Me paper again, and some of the super-adorable die-cuts from the Accents and Elements tin (also in the Winter Mini). I love that all the accents coordinate with both the Loves Me and Enchanté collections, and once they’re used up I'll be able to “alter” the tin that they came in. Stay tuned here for that project to make its debut!

The last sample I’ve got today features a brand-new product from the upcoming Spring Mini catalog. Stampin’ Up! is introducing a line of office-themed products that all coordinate as only SU! products can, and the “Thanks” tab was created using the Round Tab punch. There’s also a Spiral Punch that mimics spiral-bound paper, plus a great March special. Visit the Stampin’ Up! website for details on that!


Allison said...

These cards are lovely...I especially like the last one...so spring-like!

Anonymous said...

OOOOHHHHHHHHH nice blogspot!! Thanks for turning me on to a new obsession!!! lil'sis

Kelly A. Swienton said...

Nice samples Alison!