Fresh Cuts Notecards FREE w/$99 Purchase

Stampin up fresh cuts for you
My Fresh Cuts set just arrived and I have two cards to share for today's post showcasing the new Fresh Cuts Sneak Peek from Stampin' Up!'s unreleased Fall-Winter Catalog.  Plus, during the month of June, purchase the new Fresh Cuts Stamp Set for $21.95 and get the the coordinating die cut cards (15 Whisper White note cards and envelopes) for $5 ($8.95, if purchased separately).  For full details and other perks, please click here.

However, I'm ready to personally sweeten the deal 🙂  If you pre-order through me a minimum of $99 in Stampin' Up! products (must include the Fresh Cuts Stamp set (111634) for $21.95) no later than 1:00 p.m. CST, Saturday, May 31, I'll throw in these adorable die cut note cards (111882) for FREE ($8.95 value).  You will qualify for my Free Shipping deal, too!  Note: Your order will not be processed with Stampin' Up! until June 1.

I'm just beaming about this set.   You can make a group of them and give them as a gift, too.  Colors were inspired by this week's Splitcoast Color Challenge 167 (Soft Sky, Blue Bayou and Certainly Celery).  TIP:  I now list all the Splitcoast challenges on the right side of my blog. 

Stampin up fresh cuts notes
For the first note card (above), I used a Stamp-a-ma-jig (tutorial here) to line up the block image over the flower.  I then stamped it in Blue Bayou Ink.  A Five Petal Punch snapped out a Soft Sky Textured Card Stock flower for below the die cut image and I added some Certainly Celery Card Stock as a backdrop.  A jumbo brad from the Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware Kit (exclusively Occasions Mini 2008) jazzed up the center.

The "for you" sentiment was inked in Certainly Celery and stamped on Whisper White.  A small oval punch crops out the perfect fit and it was adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals.  I then added a luscious label holder with a couple of brads, also from the Styled Silver Hodgepodge Hardware Kit (exclusively Occasions Mini 2008).  A snippet of Soft Sky Double Stitched Ribbon accentuates the left side.  A few stamps of the small Fresh Cuts Flower in Certainly Celery creates a coordinated envelope flap.

Stampin up fresh cuts thank you
The second card was just as charming and easy.  After removing the die cut area of the flower, I added some Blue Bayou Textured Card Stock behind it.  I punched out a 5 Petal Flower in Certainly Celery and zipped it through my Cuttlebug with a Swiss Dots Embossing Folder.  I added a single flower from the Boho Flower Punch in Blue Bayou Textured Card Stock and topped it all off with a Circle Rhinestone (Ice Collection). 

Stampin up fresh cuts die cut
The border consists of repeated stamps of the vine image in Soft Sky.  "Thank You" is in Blue Bayou and was also aligned using my Stamp-a-ma-jig.   My, my, we do like things exact, don't we?  Three Circle Rhinestones (the smallest size from the Ice Collection) dress up the top corner and some Blue Bayou Double Stitched Ribbon dolls up the left side.  Again, I opted to coordinate the envelope flap (Soft Sky).

Stamp Set:  Fresh Cuts
Paper:  Fresh Cuts Die-Cut Note Cards and Envelopes, Certainly Celery, Blue Bayou Textured, Soft Sky Textured
Ink:  Blue Bayou, Soft Sky, Certainly Celery
Cool Tools:  (Card A) 5 Petal Punch, Small Oval Punch, Stamp-a-ma-jig.  (Card B) 5 Petal Punch, Boho Blossoms Punch, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Cuttlebug and Swiss Dots Embossing Folder
The Perfect Touch:  (Card A) Soft Sky Double Stitched Ribbon, Hodgepodge Hardware Brad and Label Holder (Stampin' Up! Occasion Mini), Stampin' Dimensionals.  (Card B) Blue Bayou Double Stitched Ribbon, Circle Rhinestones (Ice)


  1. These are beautiful! I’ve got this set, but haven’t done anything with it yet. I’m gonna have to go play! 🙂

  2. Love these colors together! The fresh cuts set is gorgeous! Great job!

  3. I love this card and the colors you choose, it is so pretty. I will put in my order :). love this stamp.

  4. Amazing. Can you come to my house and demonstrate the technique? Kidding! I guess I will have to have some new stuff.

  5. colleen kramer

    Very nice! Amazing how you can create so many different styles, and they all work!

  6. Mary, these are gorgeous! The more I see this set done up, the more I want it!

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