Sale-a-Bration, Anything but a Card Blog Hop

By | February 10, 2018
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Hi Stampers

Thanks for stopping by and checking out the Sale-a-Bration, Anything But a Card Blog Hop.    I have to admit… this was a hard one for me, but I have two non card projects to share with you today, both using Sale-a-Bration product.    Reminder, these items are available for FREE with either a $60.00 order or $120.00 order (in Canada, before Shipping and Taxes).    Lets check out what I have to share with you today.

The first project uses the Lots of Lavender stamp set.  This is a free item with a $60.00 purchase.   I have paired it with the Popcorn Box Thinlits Die and the Brick Wall Embossing Folder.   Check back tomorrow and I will have some tips on how to create the “even and level” brick work on the box.

 

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The next project uses the Epic Celebrations stamp set (FREE with a $60.00 purchase) and one of the Celebrate You Thinlits Dies that you can also earn for FREE (with a $120.00 purchase).     I didn’t have a picture to put in the middle of the frame and thought that the “You’re Awesome” sentiment would be perfect….. and it works.   Last month a made a card with a similar technique.   I just took it off the paper and put it onto a frame.  You can check out that card HERE.

Again, check back tomorrow for some tips on using the mask on something larger than a card.

 

Now that you have seen my projects, click on the button below to check out Ginger’s blog ….. Hop along and Be Inspired!

 

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Thanks for stopping by,
Elizabeth, Your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
www.stampscrapandmore.com

11 thoughts on “Sale-a-Bration, Anything but a Card Blog Hop

  1. Melanie Coverston

    I love your projects…so very creative! Add me to the list of those that can’t wait to see how you made the frame!

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  2. Sandy Ward

    I had thought about switching to the Popcorn Box Thinlits, but opted to stick with the Wood Crate. Your project is so cute! Sandy

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  3. Shirley Merker

    I’ll be interested to see the steps to creating the frame. Hopefully you took good photos during the design session or have a video. Nice projects!

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  4. Emily Hall

    Just love all the ideas from everyone of the ladies. As each one is different, they inspire creativity for uses other than cards. Thanks

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