Well, I was going for a few things on this one, made for Freshly Made Sketch #55, and I think I might have done a tiny bit too much!
Objective 1: Use up as much retired DSP as possible. OK, but we're looking kind of busy here, even though purple and green were made to go together!
Objective 2: Add to the birthday card box, stocks are running low. Check!
Objective 3: Use the I Am... stamp set as much as possible before I have to give it back! Double check!
With all this achieved, I also threw in conquering my fear of square cards. Almost there!
I Am... & Happiest Birthday Wishes (retired) stamp sets; Pink Pirouette, Whisper White & Elegant Eggplant (I'm out of Concord Crush, finally) CS; Cheerful Treat (retired) DSP; Labels Collection & Bitty Banners framelits; Glimmer In Color brads (retired).
Stampin Up! is trying out something new! You can now buy single pieces from these select stamp sets: Word Play, Perfectly Penned, and Seasonal Sayings. The offer will be available now through January 2, 2013.
Ever wanted just ONE stamp from a set? Now's your chance!
Stamps are only available in clear mount, and come packaged in a clear bag. Clear mount blocks are not included, check the flyer for recommended block sizes, links to each of the three sets are provided above.
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