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Hello Fall In the City

Filed under: Projects — September 25, 2017 @ 1:43 pm

****ALERT – The Cat Punch that I used in previous posts is on the LOW INVENTORY List****

So I would order it today if you need it for Fall projects, just in case the next shipment is delayed.

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In the City (get it free – see below) has some cute little trees that you can stamp in fall colors.  For the top project I wanted an autumn sentiment so I went with Merry Cafe and just inked up the “Hello Fall”.  I haven’t used my new mini envelopes yet, so these tiny images were perfect for a mini card.  You could even make a bunch of notes for gift tags and keep them in the Mini Pizza Box.  Or add one card and a treat.  Or how about a mini-album made with the envelopes – just the right size for fall school photos.

Today’s Tip:

To make an envelope album, just adhere the bottom front of one envelope to the inside flap of another.  Add as many as you would like, then accordion fold and tie with a ribbon.  Slip a photo into each pocket.  Step it up and add designer paper and embellishments to the envelopes and inserts.

Would you like your own “In the City” stamp set?  It’s a host only set, so choose it as part of your Stampin’ Rewards for a $150 or more order at my website shop. (I’ll still send you the 2 freebies pictured below).

Or, if you use Host Code HZ4Q4KBM for a $100 or more order, I’ll send you “In the City” myself – along with my Fall Craft Kit (free with $40+ order) and Something Good to Eat Treat Tube refill kit (free with $75+ order).  My offer is good until September 28 (or as long as this code remains open).


I have just a few days to earn the next Stampin’ Up! incentive trip.  I’m almost there,  so you win too with my last week of special offers!

May I suggest adding a 3 month Paper Pumpkin subscription to your order?  You won’t want to miss the next 2 coordinating holiday kits.


Or perhaps you have your eye on the Large Letters Framelits dies to make Eclipse Cards – this huge set is an investment, so this is your chance to get some freebies too!

Happy crafting,
Kim Wilson

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