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Garden Impressions - Global Design Project


Evening Everyone, 

I wanted to drop by & show you what I created with the gorgeous Garden Impressions designer series paper stack & this challenge over at Global Design Project was fitting: 


This paper pack is gorgeous & currently Stampin' Up! have got an awesome buy 3 get 1 free offer which includes this paper pack, here is what I created:


I paired it with the Pop of Petals stamp set & the Jars of Love for the 'hello' sentiment. To create the banner I did the following:


I used the pretty label punch to create the banner, by inserting one edge into the punch & voila! 

Rather than a doily, I decided to use the scallop circle punch & cut it in half to create the pop of blue behind the stamped flower. I couldn't resist adding a few metallic sequins. 

So, I want to let you know about the great offers happening this month, one I've already mentioned. 


The papers you can order are: Animal Expedition, Best Route, Garden Impressions, Nature's Poem, Petal Promenade, Tranquil Textures, Tropical Escape, Twinkle Twinkle, Under the Mistletoe & Wood Textures.
Can't decide what one? Now is the best time to get them with this great offer! Check them out HERE


It is a great time to join the amazing Stampin' Up! family this month, from being able to pre-order the new 'colour your season' that will be available to customers in August! You can also get a colour family or the In colours absolutely FREE with your kit! You are able to choose whatever products you want totalling £130 for only £99. You will then get the ink pads which is £63 FREE on top of that! So ask me more or go right ahead & join HERE



Thanks for stopping by & happy crafting, 

X Jessie B X


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  1. Fun, fun, fun! Loe these papers with the Pop of Flowers set. Thanks for playing along this week at Global Design Project. xo Charlet

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