Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Stampin' Up! catalogue feature - Mr & Mrs

I thought I would do a feature on a project that appears in the current annual catalogue.  Are you having a wedding yourself or attending one?  There are some lovely stamp sets and accessories to help you make those all important cards right through to invitations and place markers.
I love the simplicity of this card,to make it unusal it is created using the window sheets.  Having dissected this project it looks very intricate yet simple to make and the size is gauged by the size of the sizzix scalloped square die.  If you fancy giving this a go, here is a list of ingredients.

Stamps: Mr & Mrs single stamp 126663 £7.95
Cardstock: Basic Gray (121689 £6.25 24 shts)  Whisper White  (106550 £7.50 40 shts)
Paper stack: Brights (117155 £19.50) and Neutrals (117157 £19.50)
Ink: Daffodil Delight (126944 £4.95)  VersaMark (102283 £6.75)
Embossing powder: Silver 109131 £3.95
Brads: Brights 119740 £5.75
Window sheets 114323 £4.50
Punch: Boho Blossoms 119858 £15.50
Handheld punch: 1/16" (2 mm) Circle 101227 £7.95
Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack 118309 £15.50
Stampin’ Dimensionals 104430£3.25
Big Shot Scallop Square Bigz Clear Die 115950 £18.95
Framelits: Apothecary Accents 127003 £20.95

This project also caught my eye as I am currently making boxes with the scoreboard having figured out how to make them in the sizes I want.
Stampin' Up! feeling fabulous
This project uses:
Stamps:  Fabulous You 126522 £9.95
Ribbon: whisper white taffeta 109070 £6.25
Ink: Basic grey 126891 £4.95
Embossing powder: white 109132 £3.95
Simply scored scoring board 122334 £25.95

For a limited period if you purchase any of the above products (along with anything else in current catalogues) and your order is for £50.00 or more, you can have your order posted free direct to your door.  Order during Sale-a-bration and choose a free product for every £45 you spend.  This offer ends 12 February 2013.

May the crafting mojo be with you (and if you have snow may that be gone soon!)  Oh, and some more pounds have gone last week.  Now down 4lbs since I started my journey to become 'light(er)'.

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