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Share What You Love

Filed under: Projects — May 1, 2018 @ 2:10 pm

Stampin’ Up is celebrating the 30th anniversary with an early release of a new suite of products – Share What You Love.  I have been playing with the new stamp sets, paper and embellishments all month.  #demoperk

The 30 anniversary jewel is pearl, so both the paper and the doilies are pearlized- so shiny and fun.

Here is an easy Z fold card that I made, with instructions below.

Share What You Love Z Fold

The Pretty Label punch pairs perfectly with the new Pearlized Doilies.

Easy Z fold card Instructions:

Cut an 8-1/2 x 5-1/2 card base.  Score at 4-1/4 and 2-1/8. DSP panels are 1-7/8 x 5-1/4.

Here’s another easy note card by Stampin’ Up! introducing one of the new In Colors:  Grapefruit Grove.


IMG_2413 Share What you Love

Today’s Tips:

-I stepped it up a notch by adding a panel of Old Olive cardstock.

-I stamped the flower image twice.  The sentiment panel hides the overlapping stems.

-Remember to stamp off the solid stamp to get a lighter color.  Stamp off the leaves too, so you get different shades of Old Olive.  So easy and beautiful.


I know you will love this suite just like I do.  The only way to get these products early  is to purchase one of 3 bundles – Just Getting Started, A Little More Please, Gotta Have it All.  Each bundle has some freebies with it too – only in May!  You can also purchase the new In Color Inkpad bundle for 10% off.  Everything is here at my shop.  Or you can add the first or second bundle to your demonstrator starter kit here for an even greater discount with free shipping.

These new products have been so popular that some are in Low Inventory Status.  So grab them today or you may have to wait a while!

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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