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Hi, my name is Jan Musselman and I am so happy you are here today! I love sharing what I create using Stampin’ Up! Products. Here, on my blog, you will find some inspiration, tutorials and even a few videos.

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New At SU! Hop - Spell It Out!


Welcome to this month's New At Su! Blog Hop! our hop this month revolves around alphabets. Whether they are stamped or die cut, orif they come from an alphabet set or a set that has alphabet characters you can manipulate. If you have come from Diane's blog or if you are just starting from here I hope you will find lots of inspiration on our blog hop.

Today I am sharing another mini slimline card. The Love For You Bundle is so much fun to play with. The phrase Love You More is one that my DH and I through back at each other whenever I leave the house to run errands or go out to lunch with my friends. It was pretty easy to cut up a couple of the die cut words to get what I wanted for our Anniversary card which will be coming up in May (I can't believe i will be ahead of myself, shocking). I started by die cutting two sets of the Love For You words in Brushed Gold Metallic Paper. Then went looking for some DSP (Designer Series Paper) for the card front. I settle on the Fancy Flora DSp. The abstract designs in this DSP can be so much fun to play with. The background die cuts for the words & letters ie Evening Evergreen (Retiring). the flowers have been stamped with Daffodil Delight Ink (the detail stamp 1st, full strength, and the background stamp, stamped off once). The leaves are Soft Succulent Ink (also retiring). the flower centers have been heat embossed with Gold Stampin' Emboss Powder. I matted my card front onto a piece of Brushed Gold Metallic Paper that I die cut with the Stitched Rectangles Die ( I extended this die cut). The card base is Evening Evergreen Cardstock. I have added some Mango Melody Adhesive-Backed Milky Dots to embellish the finished card.

Mini Slimline Card & Envelope Measurements can be found HERE.

I hope you have enjoyed my take on this months challenge. Now I need to send you on to your next alphabet inspiration blog stop.

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The All the Little Things Paper Pumpkin kit is special for many reasons, but when you subscribe to this month’s kit, you’ll get a FREE box organizer! The organizer can be customized to different sizes of compartments, depending on what you want to store. It’s a great way to keep track of products from past kits. Subscribe today to get the April kit and the free box organizer! 



The April Paper Pumpkin kit focuses on optimism and renewal. The sentiments in the kit were designed to focus on just that! The included photopolymer stamp set has four sentiments that celebrate the simple things and encourage growth and healing. It’s a great set to have on hand that can be used for multiple occasions.

This kit includes:

  • 9 cards, 3 each of 3 designs, and 9 coordinating envelopes. 
  • 1 photopolymer stamp set with celebratory sentiments.
  • 1 Shaded Spruce Stampin’ Spot.
  • Precut cherry blossom paper pieces with iridescent foil. 
  • Unique embellishments and twine.
  • Adhesives to complete the projects. 
  • Final card size: 5-1/2” x 4-1/4” (14 x 10.8 cm). 
  • Coordinating Stampin’ Up! colors: Balmy Blue, Basic Black, Calypso Coral, Granny Apple Green, Petal Pink, Poppy Parade, Shaded Spruce.
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  1. First, have a happy Anniversary in May! Next, brilliant use of manipulating letters to say what you want to say! I couldn't "love it more"...


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