Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Easy Handmade Thank You Card Featuring the Pine Tree Punch

Hello, my crafty friends. Happy New Year! I took some time off over the holidays, but I tried to keep up with my blog and posting pictures of the fun holiday cards. I did totally miss last week. I hope you can forgive me. :) 

This is going to be a very short post to show off this super cute and easy handmade thank you card featuring my favorite product suite from the 2019 Holiday Catalog -- Wrapped in Plaid Suite.
#ilovepapercrafts #quickneasy #simplestamping
The base is Crumb Cake Cardstock, one layer build of the Designer Series Paper "DSP" - although this is a 6x6 Specialty series (5.25" x 4") - and a slightly off-center layer of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock (3" x 4.5"). I used some DSP scraps for a couple of the trees and Gold foil sheet for one tree and the stars. The thank you sentiment is from my all-time favorite Love What You Do Stamp Set in Gold Stampin' Embossing Power (I used Versamark). A couple of the Snowflake Sequins dot the sentiment.

I hope you were able to purchase the Wrapped in Plaid Suite, and specifically the Perfectly Plaid Stamp Set and the Pine Tree Punch as they are NOT retiring with the closing of the 2019 Holiday Catalog!! #WOOHOO

You know I usually do not talk "shop" until after the list of products used in my card or project -- this way, you can enjoy the craft time without wading through all the business jazz. Now, that said, if you are a faithful Stampin' Up! customer you know that it is Sale-A-Bration! The first three months of the year, Stampin' Up! rewards its customers and its demonstrators with FREE product for every $50 purchase. I am telling you that you do not want to miss this opportunity. This may be the time that you want to hold a party or, maybe, maybe, you are ready to jump in and become a demonstrator yourself. I hope so and I would be so happy to share everything you need to know about  it. My email address is below.

Thank you for stopping by my blog today! I sure hope you have enjoyed my super cute and easy thank you card for the holidays. Hopefully you already have the discontinued DSP and sequins, but you know that there are so many other coordinating Stampin' Up! products that will work for this card. Just message me if you need any help. Please leave a comment below with a trail to find you so I can find you and see your creations.

Stamp On!!

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All the supplies used in this project can be ordered through my online store.

Share What You Love Stamp Set • Item# 148042

Versamark • Item# 102283

Wrapped in Plaid Specialty Designer Series Paper • Item# 149596 (Discontinued) 
Regals Cherry Cobbler Cardstock • Item# 119685
Neutrals Crumb Cake Cardstock • Item# 100867 
Gold Foil Sheets • Item# 132622 

Pine Tree Punch • Item# 149521
Snowflake Sequins • Item# 150443 (Currently not orderable)
Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder • Item# 109129

I would appreciate it if you use the host code found on the sidebar of my blog when ordering through my online store, however, Do NOT use this Hostess Code if your order already qualifies for Stampin' Rewards ($150 USD). If your order is $20 or more, and you would like to receive an instruction sheet with dimensions and detailed instructions for this card, please send me an email with a request for the "Perfectly Plaid Thank You 1219" Instruction Sheet.

(January 3 - March 31, 2020)

Sale-A-Bration ("SAB") is Stampin' Up!'s way to thank its customers and demonstrators.

  o  SHOP - For every $50 spent on any Stampin’ Up! products (before tax and shipping), choose a FREE Sale-A-Bration product. There’s no limit! Choose something amazing for free with every $50 purchase, or spend $100 for additional options! I have a brochure for you too. (Watch for even more exclusive FREE Sale-A-Bration items coming March 3!)

  o  HOST - Place a party order or personal order over $300 to earn the exclusive Little Ladybug Stamp Set for FREE. (It is the cutest EVER!)

  o  JOIN - In addition to building your own Starter Kit by picking $125 worth of products for just $99, you will also receive for FREE!
      • A new Mini Paper Cutter (only available to new demonstrators/ not available for purchase)
      • A 6" x 6" (15.2 x 15.2 cm) Designer Series Paper sampler
      • Your choice of any stamp set offered in current catalogs (host sets and  Sale-A-Bration sets excluded)

(I would love for you to join my team! Message me for complete details.)


Hope you were able to subscribe in time for the December Paper Pumpkin kit. If you were not able to order in time, there are kits and refills available now. Be sure to Like and Follow my Facebook page for discussions with other Paper Pumpkin subscribers. Not a subscriber already? No problem. Contact me and let's get you signed up by January 10 in time for the next kit so that you do not miss out any more!


#1 - Check for new products added to the Clearance Rack. I still cannot believe that The Everything Is Rosy Product Medley is still on the Clearance Rack, available for purchase at 15% off (while supplies last). If you need more information on Stampin' Up!'s product medley, message me for the flyer showing everything that is included. PLUS, that beautiful Rich Razzleberry 1/4" (6.4 mm) Velvet Ribbon and the Share What You Love Embellishment Kit. (You know, if you purchased all three of these products, you would earn a FREE SAB product!) Do not delay in placing your order.

(January 3 - June 2, 2020)

If you placed an order from me over the past year, you likely have already received a copy of the new 2020 Mini Catalog (formerly known as the Spring Occasions Catalog) in the mail. If you did not receive one, please contact me immediately and let's fix that. If you do not already have a demonstrator, it would be my pleasure to be your enabler (er, I mean demonstrator) and send you a copy of your very own. Chock full of inspiration and ideas.

As always, if you have any questions, or need assistance, contact me in your favorite method of communication. :)

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