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Friday, March 9, 2012

Enchanted with Butterflies

Only three more weeks of Sale-a-Bration and I decided I must share some things made with supplies from that catalog. Plus I wanted to try out my new diagonal plate for the Simply Scored and make a coordinating envelope. And I'm always in need of birthday cards, so...

Anyway, for this card I used the idea shown on page 6 of the Sale-a-Bration catalog. I used the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper and an image from the Fresh Vintage Stamp Set. Remember, these items cannot be purchased—they are free, one stamp set or accessory for every $50 you spend. So if you spend $100, you can receive offerings from the catalog. This card uses three product packs: stamp set, designer series paper and ribbon and brad pack.

Because our dsp is double-sided, the envelopes look like they've been lined without the extra work! How fun is that?

If you look closely, you'll see that I used the ribbon and brads from the Sale-a-Bration catalog as well.
And of course, everything had to be popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals!

By the way, when Sale-a-Bration ends, these products will no longer be available.

Products Used:
Fresh Vintage Stamp Set (5), C 125117; W 125115, Free
Everyday Enchantment 12" x 12" Designer Series Paper (12 sheets), 126154, Free
Everyday Enchantment Ribbon & Brad Pack, 127279, Free
Sweet Cake Stamp Set (4), C 125492, $14.95; W 125490, $18.95
Lucky Limeade 8½" x 11" Card Stock (24 sheets), 122926, $6.95
Pool Party 8½" x 11" Card Stock (24 sheets), 122924, $6.95
Pool Party Classic Stampin' Pad, 122938, $5.95
Early Espresso Classic Stampin' Pad, 119670, $5.95
Labels Collection, Framelits Dies (6), 125598, $26.95
Beautiful Butterflies Bigz Die, 114507, $21.95
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine, 113439, $99.95
Simply Scored Scoring Tool, 122334, 29.95
Simply Scored Diagonal Plate, 125586, $11.95

2 comments:

Smiles, Laurie said...
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Smiles, Laurie said...

Davina, this is a great card...love the butterfly with the brad and ribbon antenae (is that the right word?) and I love your envelop, I need to give that a try.