For today’s Q&A I have a question that I had recently, with the solution!
I recently held a Stamp-A-Stack in my home where we used the And Many More stamp set in wood mount. During my classes, I encourage my attendees to change the sentiment for their cards to be what they need, so I get out many stamp sets with lots of sentiments. The wood mount stamps in the new wood mount cases can be tricky to fit back into the box, if it’s a tight fit.
I searched Pinterest, YouTube, and the Stampin’ Up! demonstrator website but couldn’t find the answer to “How does “And Many More” fit back into the case?”
It took me a few minutes, but I got all the stamps to fit easily into the case, so I wanted to share the photo so you don’t have to have the same problem! Check out the photo, click it to make it larger, and/or print it to mount inside your case.
Sale-A-Bration is in full swing, and I am having SO much fun making projects with the FREE goodies!
My sister and I made these matching cards the other day, and I just had to share them! They are super-simple, but oh-so-sweet!
We used the Sycamore Street designer series paper, Pool Party card stock for the card bases, and Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set for the sentiments. Elaina made her card for Mother’s Day, and used the Tangerine Tango ribbon from the ribbon & button pack. I made a “friend” card and put a trio of the buttons on my card, along with some bling – the Rhinestone jewels.
I hope you enjoy these cards. I’ve got more coming in the next month & a half as we continue to celebrate Sale-A-Bration! Contact me TODAY if you need a Sale-A-Bration brochure, or want to schedule a girls night to play with all these fun products!
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Why Mirror Image Crafts?
I've chosen the name Mirror Image Crafts for my business and website for a reason! I am an identical twin, and share an extremely close bond with my sister. We both really love to paper craft, so it seemed a fitting name for my site. My sister and I have a website together I hope you'll visit: The Stamping Twins