Wednesday, February 26, 2020

February 2020 Paper Pumpkin for Fab Friday 183

Good Afternoon,

Today I am playing along with the Fab Friday Challenge Blog. This week they have Sketch 183 for us to play with. When I saw this one I thought it would be perfect for the February Paper Pumpkin Stamp set that I received in the mail last week.
The February Kit coordinates Beautifully with the Sale-A-Bration Happy Birthday To You FREE item that I earned with a $50 purchase. The flowers on the cake are almost a perfect match to the gorgeous flower that came with this wonderful kit. I am hoping they will have refills available for purchase. It is that pretty!

I wanted to use just the stamp set to create this card, but I decided I could sacrifice the envelope for the adorable Striped Banner underneath the Flower Image. The skinny banner underneath that one is Rich Razzleberry Cardstock. I always cut my split tails with the Tailored Tag Punch. The Sentiments have been Heat Embossed on Basic Black Cardstock with White Stampin' Emboss Powder. I used the Classic Label Punch to cut them out and then trimmed the ends with my Paper Snips. The Lovely was fussy cut. I used my Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Blends Combo to color the flower and the Old Olive Blends Combo for the Leaves The Flower Center is Daffodil Delight. The Striped DSP is from the Magnolia Lane DSP.


The photo above shows the cards I made with the kit contents according to the directions. Aren't they Gorgeous? I will have so much fun with this kit. I LOVE PRODUCT COORDINATION!  The Lovely Day Paper Pumpkin kit coordinates with the Happy Birthday to You Stamp Set (item 152308), which is available as part of Stampin’ Up!’s Sale-A-Bration promotion. Get it for FREE by reaching the qualifying purchase amount of $50 usd/$60 cad by March 31, 2020. See details below.

Happy Birthday to You Stamp Set (item 152308)
  • Includes 5 cling stamps
  • FREE with qualifying purchase of $50 usd/$60 cad by March 31, 2020
  • Suggested clear blocks: b, e, h
  • Located in the Sale-A-Bration brochure (p. 8)


You can watch the Stampin’ Up! Paper Pumpkin video below for more “how-to” ideas on using the February 2020 Paper Pumpkin Lovely Day kit and stamp set.



See even more Paper Pumpkin alternate ideas by viewing the February Paper Pumpkin: Lovely Day Post here.

And, if you love this stamp set as much as I do you are going to want the coordinating dies! 


Cheers to seven years! This March, Paper Pumpkin has reached another exciting milestone: our seventh year of delivering fun, easy, creative projects to you and your customers. To thank everyone who has helped us along the way, we’re including an additional FREE stamp set with every March kit. This means that every subscriber will receive TWO stamp sets!

The March 2020 kit will arrive in an exclusive, specially-designed box that we know you’re going to love.
 Think daffodils, raindrops, and a fresh spring vibe.
 Don’t miss this very special kit and one-of-a-kind offer!

I Would Love To Be Your Demonstrator!
If you are In the United States and need a demonstrator, 
then you can order from me by clicking on the links provided below. 
Thanks for Looking!





Thursday, February 20, 2020

3rd Thursdays Blog Hop: Sale-A-Bration & Coordination



Welcome to the 3rd Thursdays Blog Hop! Our theme for this month's hop is Sale-A-Bration Coordination and/or the Sale-A-Bration second Release. This is the best time of the year for anyone who loves Stampin' Up! products. Any $50 purchase or $100 purchase (before tax & shipping) in my store will earn a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration Brochure. This month Stampin' Up! released coordinating dies for 3 of the stamp sets in the Brochure and 2 stamp sets from the Annual Catalog. If you host an event you can earn the Little Ladybug stamp set for free with a qualifying amount during Sale-A-Bration from Stampin' Up! These cute little ladybugs can work with so many of your projects. Your friends will love using this set to make their own cards so you can have a little ladybug party of your own. One of the Coordination Dies Sets is the Ladybugs Dies.


My project for this hop uses the Little Ladybug stamp set and the coordinating Ladybugs Dies. It is a Fun Fold Card That I found somewhere on Pinterest, I loved pairing the Golden Honey Specialty Designer Series Paper with the cute little Ladybugs.





To earn the Little Ladybug stamp set you would need to have $300 in sales from a party you hosted or $300 in personal sales. Here is a look at all of the images in the adorable Little Ladybug stamp set.



The Dies are part of the Sale-A-Bration Co-ordination this year and can be purchased Here.



Here is a look at the inside of the card. You will find a link to the tutorial below.



The Golden Honey Specialty Designer Series Paper (SDSP) is a FREE Sale-A-Bration item with a $50 purchase. One side of this gorgeous paper has Gold Foil elements and the other side is Black and White. 



I hope you enjoyed my project and will be inspired by it. Now it is time to see what someone has to inspire you from our Sale-A-Bration Brochures or our Coordination Products.



Jan Musselman - You are here.




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Paper Pumpkins Anniversary!You will receive an extra set of stamps in March's Kit!


Now is the perfect time to join Stampin' Up!



Thursday, February 13, 2020

Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop: A Valentine's Theme


Welcome to the February Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop! Our theme for this month is of course Valentine's Day.  Hi, My name Is Jan Musselman, I am a Stampin' Up! demonstrator in Evergreen Colorado. I have already done a few Valentine's Cards, so today I am sharing a another Dove Chocolate Candy Box and a 3" x 3" Note Card to go with the Candy Box.  


The Candy Box Poject uses the following products:

Heartfelt Bundle - 153775
Meant To Be Stamp Set - 148626
Stitched Be Mine Dies - 148527
Layering Squares Dies - 141708
Merry Christmas Dies - 147912
From My Heart SDSP - 151189


The 3" x 3" Card  uses the Heartfelt Bundle, the From My Heart SDSP & the Heart  (151191


When I sat down to design the candy box I first looked at the Bag to see how many Pieces were considered a single serving. Sometimes I agree with that, sometimes I don't. This time Idid agree. I love Dove Chocolates but I can only eat three of them. The suggested serving was four pieces. Instead of making another square box I wanted to do something different. So I laid them out in a line, added a little wiggle room and this is what I came up with. I think it's pretty cute.

Dove Candy Box Tutorial

Now it is time to travel on to the next Blog.
Be sure to click on all the photos below to check out all the other wonderful creations that my fellow hoppers/friends are sharing with you today.

I Would Love To Be Your Demonstrator!
If you are In the United States and need a demonstrator,
then you can order from me by clicking on the links provided below. 

Thanks for Looking!


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