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Stampin' Up Celebrating 25 years

So Stampin' Up is celebrating it's 25th Birthday in the next couple of days and to coincide they our offering 25 stamps at an incredible 25% discount. So why not pop over to the online store Click Here and use the hostess code:


Please remember this only for a limited period so don't forgot to stock up on those fave stamps by Monday 28th October.

To celebrate this amazing 25 years of stampin' up you can also order the following:


To get your hands on these thinlits dies please look at the following attachment where you can select 2 types of thinlits. I will showcase some cards in the next couple of days. Once I have my Autumn/Winter Catalogue which I'm holding on Friday. And I want to show you all the invites I created to invite people to come to this party:


Here is a close up of the mosiac's I used, these were to be like baubles but not too much, in the background you maybe able to see the gorgeous grunge stamp which I used to be like star dust.


I then used the sketched birthdays stamp set and used the 'You're invited' stamp and coloured it in with my markers Pumpkin Pie, Crushed Curry & Melon Mambo. I got the colour coach out to help me decide what colours to use, they went with the Cherry Cobbler & Night of Navy...I believe.  


I brayed the background paper in Night of Navy a few times and then the Festive Flurry stamp set I embossed with White EP. I really enjoyed making this invite. I just sent it out as a postcard.

Hope you have enjoyed what you have seen and see you all soon,

x Jessie B x

Recipe:

Stamps: Festive Flurry, Sketched Birthday, Mosaic Madness
Inks: Calypso Coral, Crisp Cantaloupe, Crushed Curry, Melon Mambo, Night of Navy, Pumpkin Pie
Paper: Cherry Cobbler C/S, Season of Style DSP, Naturals Ivory, Whisper White
Accessories: White EP, Ovals Framelits, Mosaic Punch, Brayer

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