Happy New Catalog Day! Today is the first day everyone can order products from the new 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. One of my favorite new bundles is the Pansy Patch Bundle. One of the first things I ever bought from Stampin’ Up was a Pansy stamp set. I loved how the 2-step stamps came together to make pansies that looked like I painted them. The Pansy Patch Bundle is even better, because you can choose between stamping or die cutting the pansies. If you love pansies, this will be a must-have bundle. If you want to make this card with me see my VIDEO TUTORIAL and SUPPLY LIST below!
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My card was CASE’d from page 170 of the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. Each week we makeover a card from the current Stampin’ Up catalog and then share it on our Facebook Group. You can join our CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group to see more samples and/or share your own card with us. It’s a great way to improve your stamping and challenge yourself to try new styles. I hope you will join us.
- Thick Basic White Card Base: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ and score in half at the 4-1/4″ mark.
- Pansy Petals DSP Layers: Four pieces 1-3/4″ x 2-3/8″
- Basic White Laye: 3″ x 1″ and punched with the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch on both ends
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