Stamper’s Dozen Blog Hop

Apr 15, 2017 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

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Welcome to this month’s blog hop – we are focusing on current stamp sets that will continue to be available when our new catalog is released June 1. 

 My card features the Beautiful You stamp set, and is a monochromatic card.  

I created a simple card, yet I really like the looks of it-  navy blue and white has always been a great “go to”  color combination.
My card base is Whisper White, I added a piece of Floral Boutique designer series paper along the left side.  This paper is gorgeous – and is on our retiring list. 

The ovals were created with my Big Shot and the Oval Framelits. 
I stamped the image and added a bit of Night of Navy baker’s twine to finish the card. 

Thanks for stopping by today!  Should you want to order any Stampin’ Up! supplies and don’t have a demonstrator, I would appreciate the opportunity to serve you! 
You can shop via my online store HERE
 Be sure to check out all of the retiring products – there are some amazing deals to be had! 
Shop the Retiring Sale HERE – deals up to 50% off!

Please continue on the hop to our next stop,  Carol Payne’s blog:

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Or if you are hopping in reverse, please visit Sharon Burkert’s blog: 
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Supplies used on my card:  

Thanks for visiting today and hopping with us! 


  1. Unknown

    Simple Elegance. So chic.

  2. Judy Garza

    Simple and lovely. Love monochromatic.


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