One of the priveledges of being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator is receiving a Stampin' Success Magazine published by Stampin' Up!.  I love receiving it because it always has make-n-take ideas plus ways to step it up.  The best part is that the ideas are easy to reproduce but still have a "wow" factor.  Today I am sharing one of the card ideas with you.

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 Lots of Sneak peeks again!  The Hello Honey cardbase is from the new In Colors and the hearts are punched with the new Itty Bitty Accents Punches using a new Designer Series Paper Stack called Moonlight.  Vintage Faceted Designer Button tied with Linen Thread adds the perfect accent to my card.

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Although this card is a tad smaller than most of mine, it is still mailable.  It is what is called a Notecard.  Don't you think that the decorated envelope adds to the charm? The sentiment is also from the set Something to Say and it is stamped with Basic Gray Ink. The sweet heart stamped over the sentiment with Hello Honey Ink is also from this stamp set.

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Both of the cardstock hearts are popped up with Stampin' Dimensionals.  The Whisper White  rectangle is also popped up which makes the "negative space" from the punched out heart have dimension.


sneak peeks: Something to Say 134177, $29.95 ; 134180, $21.95

                        Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack 133787, $16.95

                        Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack 133701, $6.95

If you would like the opportunity to receive the next  Stampin' Success Magazine and have access to a wonderful Online Community of stampers, consider joing the Gingerstampers.  The best part is that for $99 you get to select $125 worth of Stampin' Up! Merchandise, including some of the new items from the upcoming catalog.  And, you can choose how active you want to be.  There is absolutely no committment to sell or buy anything unless you choose to.  Plus, as a Demonstrator, you get a discount on all of your purchases.  If this sounds like something you want to try, email me today and we can start the conversation.  I would love to have you as a member of my team.