A Card to Say Happy Birthday, Everyone!

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I have more sneak peeks today from the Stampin’ Up! 2015-2016 Annual Catalog (starts June 2) as well as a new Mojo Monday Sketch Challenge (MOJO398).  Sneak peek products will be available for purchase June 2.  Want a closer look or way to purchase the Stampin’ Up! sneak peek products sooner?  Click HERE.

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STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • Sneak Peek!  The beautiful Happy Birthday sentiment is from Happy Birthday, Everyone, a new Stampin’ Rewards set!

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  • Happy Birthday, Everyone has coordinating sentiments, especially snazzy for card interiors.

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  • Sneak Peek (and one of my new product favorites).  The new Banner Triple Punch will make flagging ends in three sizes (2″, 1.5″, 1″ widths) with just one tool a snap.

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  • If you line the Banner Triple Punch up with the center, you can even cut smaller sizes (less than 1″), as I did with some of my banners.

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REQUEST A CATALOG!   Need a FREE Catalog and Plan to Shop with Me?  Click HERE.

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MY STAMPIN’ UP! SUPPLIES!  Please click on Stampin’ Up! product images below for more details and easy on-line shopping.  For more details about sneak peek products, please click here to watch  my video, including Happy Birthday, Everyone stamp set.  See also:

5 Comments:

  1. What a wonderful clean but not simple card. I just LOVE the clever use of the circle punch. Fab strong colours too.
    Sue

  2. Now that’s a STRONG and HAPPY birthday card. LOVE that it could be for both male and female. GREAT JOB my friend. ps….you picked a good week to be away from Tucson last week. We had YUK weather.

  3. Striking card in colors and your take on the sketch! How did you stamp across the circle like that?

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