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Hey everyone! Happy Wednesday! Today is such an exciting day in the Stampin’ Up! world!! The new 2020/2021 Annual Catalog is available for everyone to shop!!! And what a gorgeous catalog it is!! So many new and beautiful stamp sets and those new In Colors are just too cute! Here’s a look at my catalog that I had bound and added tabs to for easy access. Isn’t it pretty?

Today’s project is created with the new Jar of Flowers stamp/punch bundle. I knew when I saw this set that this was going to be the first one on my pre-order list! I just love Mason jars and had to add this to my stash.

And I am a firm believer that Mason jars were invented to be vases for sunflowers! So I started by stamping my sunflowers image first in Memento ink and then colored them using my Daffodil Delight and Calypso Coral Stampin’ Blends. Next I colored the centers with my Soft Suede Blends and the leaves with my Old Olive Blends. Next I colored the sprigs with my Granny Apple Green Blends and then the Petal Pink Blends for the little flower and buds. Then I had the fun of fussy cutting them out. 😛 While not my favorite thing in the world, but sometimes a necessary evil. Next I stamped the stems of the flowers on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock and colored them with the Light Old Olive Blends. After I colored the stems, I stamped the jar over the stems in Memento ink and then stamped the water in Seaside Spray ink. This new stamp set is a reversible stamp set, meaning you stamp it for the detailed image on one side, then turn it over and stamp the solid image over your detailed image. It’s definitely a brilliant concept! I then punched out the jar with the coordinating punch and glued the two pieces together. I then cut a piece of the wood grain DSP from the In Good Taste DSP pack with one of the Stitched Rectangles. I love the whole farmhouse look with white lettering on wood grain, so I stamped the sentiment from the Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set in Versa Mark ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. Once that was set, I added a piece of the Seaside Spray Metallic Ribbon and then added it to a Thick Whisper White card base. You might recognize that ribbon as it was from the Holiday Catalog. I am so glad it is back!! I then added my jar of flowers to the card front with dimensionals and sprinkled on some rhinestones.

For the inside I just stamped the flowers in Daffodil Delight ink, stamping off first, making all ready for a sentiment when I know who will be getting this card. When I know who’s getting it, I’ll stamp the appropriate sentiment over the flowers in Memento ink. That should look really pretty with those yellow flowers in the background.

So now are you ready to shop? I am so excited for all the new pretties and I know you are too! Just click here to get your free printable Wishlist. You can head over to my online store to shop. When you shop and use Host Code 7QWPTAFT and your order is $40.00 or more, I will send you a free brand new embellishment from the catalog. But….if you really want the best deal, you will want to get the Starter Kit. It is not only the best deal in the Catalog all year round, but right now through the end of June, you will get to add a stamp/tool bundle to your order for FREE! The Starter Kit is an awesome deal at $125.00 in the product of your choice and a FREE Paper Pumpkin kit, but now you can add one of the new stamp/tool bundles too!! That could potentially be an additional $60 for FREE, depending on what you choose. And if the thought of becoming a demonstrator petrifies you because there is no way you could hold classes or sell product, not to worry! You can just be a Happy Shopper with your new found discount and hang out with my team.! That’s right, all of your future Stampin’ Up! purchases will be at least 20% off or more. That’s a good deal any way you look at it! So don’t wait on this, now is the perfect time to purchase that Starter Kit and really start shopping that new catalog!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you come back tomorrow for my Facebook Live Project.

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