Glancing at Impressions is my way of exposing you to both our Abstract Impressions stamp set and our Springtime Impressions Thinlits. They coordinate together and both are amazing to work with. I have addressed this suite on another post and wanted to share a few more samples because it’s such a great combination.
Glancing at Impressions
So today I want to share these other samples below. This suite is so versatile because you can use it for a variety of occassions. The cards below all have different color palettes. Therefore, they represent various feelings from the sender. Allow your receipent to appreciate the card and the personal message it sends.
You can get the Sprintime Impressions Thinlits and the Abstract Impressions stamp set through my online store. Remember though, if you order both products together, you can take advantage of the 10% off bundle option. I love to save money whenever I can because it gives me more options for other products. It’s also almost the end of the month and you can still earn the $5 coupon for every $50 spent in August (before tax and shipping).
Specialty Papers are always popular and I do have a rising favorite in the new Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut. Also, it’s perfect for creating beautiful and elegant projects. While it’s only one of the Specialty Papers, it can also be a beautiful accent to that special card. Take a look at this card I created using the new paper as well as a variety of other new products from the annual catalog. Simple and Elegant.
This card was also created using the Love What You Do stamp set and one of our brand new colors – Grapefruit Grove. I really love this shade of orange and am so glad we have an additional option. It’s soothing and so natural. As with many new products, I bring you this lovely card to showcase these new products. A perfect example of how you can use just a portion of the Specialty paper. Simply add the paper alongside the edges leaving the bottom right for the sentiment. It makes a statement. Keeping the colors to just the Grapefruit Grove and white help with the simplicity.
Remember, this is only one of our new Specialty Papers. The new catalog is chock full of many great new papers to choose from for your crafting journey. Sometimes the new catalog can be a lot to take in and I’m happy to share some inspiration. Furthermore, it gives me the opportunity to play with the new products as well. In addition to the new papers, you get to explore the new colors in the form of our color revamp. I love that Stampin’ Up! keeps our colors fresh and trendy. I hope you have enjoyed the inspiration today. I know I enjoyed creating it. Give the paper a try and see how you enjoy working with it. Here are the products use to create this card:
Recently we attended a wedding and I immediately knew that the Year of Cheer Suite was going to be the “go to” for creating a card for the newlywed couple. The Year of Cheer Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) created the perfect background for layering with a foil snowflake. Yes, it’s a snowflake but it’s a great embellishment for a variety of card styles. The focal sentiment was stamped from the Cheers to the Year stamp set using Soft Suede ink and the trio of hearts was stamped with Real Red. A small bow was created using the 1/8″ Gold Ribbon and added for extra dimension.
Wedding Card using Stampin’ Up! Year of Cheer Suite
Thanks for stopping by and check back soon to see another project.
As always, contact me if you have questions or would like to order products for creating projects yourself!
Just a reminder…when you place a $300 order or more order in September or October, 2017, you will earn the limited edition stamp set, Merry Patterns. This is also in addition to the Stampin’ Rewards you will earn with your order. Please contact me for more details.
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