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OnStage Display Stamper

Filed under: Projects — December 31, 2016 @ 12:19 pm

It’s time again to apply for Display Stamper for the next Stampin’ Up! OnStage.   We always have a great time at these meetings – seeing new product, learning new ideas and most of all meeting up with old and new friends.  Check out the Join the Fun link at my website if you want to find out more.  You get to choose extra goodies in your starter kit starting January 4th during Sale-A-Bration.

I’m featuring the Sealed with Love bundle for my projects.  It seems like Valentine’s Day sneaks up fast after Christmas so I want to be ready with some fun ideas.


The Pool Party lace is from the Delicate Details stamp set – one of the Sale-A-Bration freebies. The stamps are photopolymer so you can leave them straight, or bend into shapes.  The beautiful new doilies are white on one side and vanilla on the other.


I love the arrow dies.  Here I cut one out of silver Glimmer Paper.  The new wood embellishments are fun too.


The Hey, Chick stamp set is another SAB freebie.  I think this will be a big hit!  To make the chicken wire “stamp”, ink up the top surface of the new Hexagons Dynamic embossing folder and press it onto your card panel.


Each of my 3D projects can be made from one 6×6 sheet of paper.  I used the Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack for both, and also on two of the cards.  One stack of 48 sheets goes a long ways. To see instructions for the little box/bag and pouch see this post.


And finally for my scrapbook page I used the Cool Treats stamp set and Project Life by Stampin’ Up! pocket pages and cards.  I think this stamp set will be a top seller for 2017.


Hope you have a Sweet New Year!
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  1. Andrea:

    Wonderful projects, Kim! I love how you used the hexagon folder to “stamp” chicken wire. Good luck!

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