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Making a CASE for Sweet Li’l Things

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This strawberry pattern from Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper is simply “adorbs,” don’t you think?  CASE means Copy And Share with Everyone.  I was inspired by a similar card in my Stampin’ Success demonstrator magazine.  Mix and match pretty patterns and add a little of your own spin.  You’ll be DONE in under 10 minutes!

STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • Sweet Li’l Things Designer Series Paper coordinates with Hello Honey, Pool Party, Tangelo Twist, Tip Top Taupe, Very Vanilla and Watermelon Wonder.

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Stampin Up Sweet Li'l Things Designer Series Paper

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  • Tin of Cards Photopolymer Stamp Set includes a set of great basic sentiments and even snappy “doodle” stamps.  Tin of Cards stamp set made the list of My Favorite Things from the 2015-2016 Annual Catalog.
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  • A single Basic Black Candy Dot (Neutrals Candy Dots) “punctuates” the sentiment!

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17 thoughts on “Making a CASE for Sweet Li’l Things”

  1. Hi Linda: If you are talking about Tin of Cards and my Pretty Perks for last month, you should be receiving them any day. We don’t place the order until after the month ends (all stamps are ordered at the same time). We then wait for shipment and have to reship to you. Typically takes 3 weeks. Thanks of your patience! M

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  2. Beautiful and sweet card, no pun intended, lol!! I have 3 glorious lbs. of fresh strawberries, all clean and ready for the kiddos later, after we come back from the pool, served with freshly whipped sweet cream, I know they will enjoy that sweet treat.

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  3. LOVE how you used a larger piece of DSP and coordinating it with another smaller piece of DSP to create an amazing focal point. LOVE this card my friend! See you at convention.

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    • Thank you so much for the designer series paper, ink and the designer series paper chart! I think this will be such an amazing tool for shopping and designing your cards! God Bless You. [email protected]

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