You Are Amazingly Amazing

What’s really amazing is this Best Year Ever Designer Series Paper. The colors are beautiful and the designs are playful. Perfect for Spring! And the icing on the cake is that it’s FREE with qualifying orders through Sale-A-Bration. amazingly_amazing_amy_whelanYep. Best Year Ever is one of the many items in our Sale-A-Bration catalog that you get for FREE when you purchase $50 worth of product from our Annual and/or Occasions catalogs. Free is good! Free is very, very good!

As I mentioned in a previous post, Stampin’ Up!s Hello You thinlits coordinate beautifully with all of our new greetings. This is just another great example. amazingly_amazing_stackThe greeting in Painted Petals reads, “You are amazingly amazing.” I intentionally didn’t ink the “you” in the stamp so that I could use the thinlit in its place.

To order any of these items now, head over to my online store by using the Shop Now button. And be sure to choose a FREE Sale-A-Bration item (like this Best Year Ever DSP) from our Sale-A-Bration catalog for every $50 in product that you purchase from our Annual and Occasions catalogs. The Sale-A-Bration promotion will continue through March 31st.

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6 thoughts on “You Are Amazingly Amazing

  1. Thank you Shari! As far as dimensions … I’m not a measuring kinda-gal. When I attempt to measure I don’t have much luck. I’m a more of an organic “look at it, mark it with my fingernail and cut on the fingernail mark” kind of stamper 🙂 I started with a piece of 4-3/4 x 3-1/2 DSP and randomly cut it in four pieces. Then I placed each piece of DSP on a piece of Calypso Coral and eye-balled where I would cut it to give each DSP about the same amount of “frame” as the others. I image that description doesn’t help you at all so … start with a piece pf DSP measuring 4-3/4 x 3-1/2 and with it in portrait mode, cut 1″ from the edge. Then put both pieces in landscape mode and cut them at 5/8″. Similarly, start with a piece of cardstock measuring 5-1/16 x 3-7/8. In portrait mode, cut it at 1-1/8″. In landscape mode cut it at 13/16″. I hope these measurements work out. If not, you’ll understand why I choose the fingernail approach. Good luck!

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