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05/23/2014

FOUR YOU STAMP SET #4...

 

Card#4

 

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(SEE DESIGN NOTES BELOW)

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DESIGN NOTES:  Since the new Spiral Border Punch creates more of an office and industrial look, I was inspired to use that style as a design-base for this card. The Mini Silver Brads fit right in, and I used my handy (lady-size) wire cutters to shorten them a little so they could be opened all the way behind the tiny flower. One of the Hardware Clips Essentials is shaped like a paper clip so it was a perfect embellishment choice, and I topped the whole thing off with a couple of staples! Everything on this card is available in the new 2014-2015 Annual Catalog.

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SUPPLIES & ACCESSORIES:  Four You Stamp Set #130535-Wood / #130538-Clear, Chocolate Chip Cardstock #102128, Pistachio Pudding Cardstock #131294, Hello Honey Cardstock #133678, Lullaby Designer Series Paper #133695, Chocolate Chip Stampin' Pad #126979, Spiral Border Punch #119872, Boho Blossoms Punch #119858, Essential Hardware Clips #129964, Mini Silver Brads #122941, Whisper White Medium Envelope #107301, Stampin' Dimensionals #104430.

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Linda Aarhus, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, Vancouver, WA

 

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Linda, Thanks for featuring the Four You Stamp Set. I was struggling with sentiments for my June punch art card class, and your posts inspired me to use Four You. Card 4 is my favorite... I'm thrilled that the spiral punch is back and I like how you combined it with staples, brads, and the & clip. TFS!
Mary.

Linda, Thanks for featuring the Four You Stamp Set. I was struggling with sentiments for my June punch art card class, and your posts inspired me to use Four You. Card 4 is my favorite... I'm thrilled that the spiral punch is back and I like how you combined it with staples, brads, and the & clip. TFS!
Mary.

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