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Stampin’ Up! Holiday Product Spotlight – Test Tubes

Hope you are enjoying the blog hop of ideas!


Hop on to Francine Wilson’s blog for more cute ideas, or to Cheri Stojkovich’s blog.


Stampin’ Up! Holiday Product Spotlight – Cat Punch

Welcome to our Holiday Product Spotlight where every day we will feature a different item from out Holiday Catalog.


For even more inspiration, hop on over the Francine Wilson’s blog, or if just came from there hop over here to Cheri Stojkovich’s blog


Stampin’ Up! Holiday Product Spotlight – Vintage Lace Trim


Lemon Lime Twist Card Base      5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, 2″ x 3″ tag

Pumpkin Pie Layer   5-1/4″ x 4″

Vanilla       3-3/4″ x 5″

Spooky Night Designer Series Paper      1″ x 5″


Get more creative ideas by hopping over to Melissa Bolinger’s blog, but if you just came from there you can hop on over to Joanne Cantrell’s blog. Enjoy!



Hope you are enjoying the “hop”!

I am so loving this stamp set!!  I have never used an easier set, every card is different, yet still beautiful!

Instructions for Painted Harvest Card

Cut Old Olive 5-1/2” X 8-1/2”, Cut Crumb Cake 5-1/8” X 3-7/8”, cut Whisper White 3-3/4”X5”
Use Pear Pizzazz ink with the base fern leaf to randomly stamp over the Whisper White
Use Old Olive ink with the detail fern leaf to stamp directly over the top of the first fern leaf
With Crumb Cake use the three leaf detail stamp, stamp off ink 1 time and randomly stamp in the open areas of Whisper White
Layer the Whisper White you just finished stamping onto the Crumb Cake layer with Fast Fuse
On separate piece of Whisper White, stamp base layer of flower in So Saffron ink making three flowers
Cut out the three flowers
Use Crushed Curry ink to stamp the detailed flower on top of the base flower
Use Soft Suede ink to stamp the larger center in the flower, stamping off one time.
Use Soft Suede ink full strength to stamp the small dots in the center of the larger center
Tie ribbon around left side of that layer and tie a knot
Use dimensional to layer the three flowers on the upper part of the card
Stamp the sentiment in Soft Suede on the lower part of card front

For more great ideas hop on over to Sara Rayner’s blog, or if you are going in the other direction hop onto Joanne Cantrell’s blog. Enjoy!



Contact me for further details and to see lots of great samples!