A Trio of Stampin’ Up! Sweetie Pie Cards

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Stampin’ Up! just introduced two new photopolymer (clear) stamp sets, Sweetie Pie and Sweetie Pie Frames.  I inked them up for the first time for this week’s Pals Paper Arts Color Challenge (PPA198).  The Stampin’ Up! photopolymer images are crisp and placement is a snap!  See images at the end of this post!

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Be sure to check out what the rest of the PPA Resident artists have dreamed up with these colors and PLAY ALONG HERE!

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • My Paper Snips proved to be a best friend for adding dimension and color to my little sweetie pies!  I simply poked one point through the middle of the frame and carefully “carved” out the center.

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  • To unify the trio, I kept the design simple using little accents (the bow, hearts, frames and flowers) with a touch of bling (Basic Rhinestone Jewel Accents).

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  • Made for each other!  The Stampin’ Up! Crumb Cake Envelopes are just the right size to accommodate my note cards (4 3/4″ x 3 1/4″).

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  • Personalize!  The new Photopolymer Circle Monogram stamps can be customized to leave your “signature” or a special message.  I keep mine permanently mounted on an extra Stampin’ Up! “C” Clear Block (118486) so it’s always ready to go.

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LOVIN’ THE POSSIBILITIES OF CLEAR STAMPS?  SEE ALL STAMPIN’ UP! PHOTOPOLYMER STAMPS HERE!

 

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0 Comments:

  1. These are the sweetest….just like you! Love the size!

  2. Carol Carriveau

    So sweet, Mary!

  3. Adorable trio of note cards, Mary!

  4. I love these!

  5. Hi Dorothy: $23.95 seems like a lot for a single stamp relative to other sets and I appreciate your feedback. However, its a one of a kind stamp, personalized by me and that has value to me 🙂 Hugs, M

  6. How do you feel about the cost of a piece of polymer costing $23.95…monogram stamp? I think that is very expensive.
    The cards are “sweeties”….

  7. I found working with these stamp sets that less is best. I had more going on originally and pulled a few things off. Much happier then. I keep hearing the Kenny Rogers lyrics You Gotta Know When to Hold Em!

  8. Kadie . . . I love to fussy cut . . . crazy, no? It relaxes me. M

  9. Super cute, Mary! I love how you created those colorful frames!

  10. Very nice Mary. I loved these girls when I first saw them…….but I had absolutely NO ideas what to do with them. Thank you for the ideas :0)
    hugs

  11. Ahh…how cute. These are on my next order and I so can’t wait. I love that you snipped out the frames and popped them up. Even the flower and little bow in their hair. Adorable! I bet they will look soooo cute too on the Dress Up framelit and stamp from All Dressed Up. Or, even the Stylin Girl Stamp in the Annual cat (which is on my next order too). =) OMGosh, I can see so many opportunities!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  12. These little sweeties live up to their name…….sweet cards for sure!

  13. Ooooh, my, my, MsMary lovely , your so good at fussy cutting ,
    I need practice , lots of it !!!
    Those sweetys remine me Caroline !!!!
    So cute !!!
    Thanks for sharing,
    Hugs frenchie ,

  14. Perfect. Perfect. And, perfect. Love these! Such a cute stamp set and I love the uber-clean look. So on-trend!

  15. Such a sweet trio of cards! LOVE the new set and the fussy cutting you did is AMAZING. Thanks for sharing friend.

  16. Cynthia Tuttle

    I can’t wait for mine to arrive!!

  17. Very sweet, Mary! And you have confirmed once again your incredible patience for paper snipping! Love that you trimmed around the frames and popped them up on the card fronts — such a wonderful touch!

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