Stampin’ Up! “Hi”

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It's time to say "hi" to another Pals Paper Arts Challenge (PPA131).  This week's challenge kickstarts your card creation with a sketch from PPA Design Team Member Margaret Moody.  See what else the design team has drummed up with Margaret's sketch and PLAY ALONG HERE!


  • "Hi" and "Hello" sentiments are universal for birthdays, thank you, "miss you" and more.  I popped up "hi" with a couple small circle punches and Stampin' Dimensionals. 

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  • Stampin' Up! Just Add Cake Designer Series Paper (DSP) was used for the "alphabet" background.  The "h" and "i"  letters were cropped from a second pattern in the same DSP.
  • Creating a flagged end is easy using a Stampin' Up! Square Punch.  Check out my Flagged End Video Tutorial.
  • A touch of stamping from the My Friend rubber stamp set dresses up the Crumb Cake Medium Envelope.  It will stand out as special when arriving in the mail.

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Stamp Set:  My Friend (Wood-Mount 122585, Clear-Mount 1225887)
Paper:  Just Add Cake Designer Series Paper (124339), Neutrals Collection Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack (117157), Crumb Cake (120953), Early Espresso (119686), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  Early Espresso (119670)
Cool Tools:  1 1/4" Square Punch (119865), 1/2" Circle Punch (119869), Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack (118309)
The Perfect Touch:  Neutrals Brads (119736), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

Other:  Crumb Cake Medium Envelope (107297)

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