Tuesday, March 09, 2010

March Stamp-a-Stack

Thank you all for your encouraging words about my Lucky Envelopes. I'm trying to have a "glass half full" frame of mind and focus on how many envelopes are gone, rather than how many are still left. I've also been trying to tell myself that 23 days is HEAPS of time and that it's ONLY the 9th March...and I've been visualising myself on Hamilton Island like crazy!
I get heart palpitations every time I open an envelope, but I haven't seen the magic words "Ink pad Caddy" yet, so it's still up for grabs!
As promised, I'm back with a variation on my 72 Card Bundle. This is also my March Stamp-a-Stack Design. I've made the design a bit more boyish by using Sweet Slumber Specialty Paper and the 2 star punches. I've used the punches in lots of different ways on these cards. There are a couple of other punch tricks that you'll learn in the class too. I only have a couple of spots left for the rest of the month, so email me for availability.

Isn't this paper gorgeous? Actually, it's more like textured cardstock than paper, so it has a lovely weight and feel.
I've also used the Vintage Labels Sale-a-bration set. This one's a must-have if you love your punches. Even if you don't have all the punches yet, you can cut out the images for now, and know that you'll have the set ready for when you do eventually own them all (because you know you will!!)

Materials (all Stampin' Up!)
stamps: Vintage Labels, Cute and Curly
ink: Ruby Red, Chocolate Chip
card: Sahara Sand, So Saffron, Ruby Red, Baja Breeze, Whisper White
punches: Large Star, Small Star, Wide Oval, Large Oval, Small Oval, 1" Circle, Curly Label, Scallop Circle, 3/4" Circle, 1 1/4" Circle, 1 3/8" Circle


  1. Hi Marelle! You just keep on thinking about you in that bikini on hamo island..........you will get there!!!

    As for your cards.........well I am just lovin them! They're really different from your usual stamp a stack designs and I just love that DSP! VERY Noice!!!

    Luv Karen

  2. I love that DSP at the moment as well. Great cards for an SAS.

  3. HI Marelle!

    What size are those squares of DSP on these SAS cards? I really MUST case them! lol




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