Hey everyone! I hope your Thursday is going well. I wanted to share a product that will be an early release item starting next month. It’s from the Ornate Gardens Suite that will be in the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog that will go live in June. I always look forward to the early releases, gives us something new to play with!! You can see the entire suite of products that will be available April 1st here. Today I am sharing a card created with the Ornate Thanks Bundle.
Here are the measurements for my card:
- Card base in Old Olive cut at 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored at 5 1/2″
- Early Espresso cut at 4″ x 5″ and die cut with the edge
- Ornate Gardens Specialty DSP cut at 3 1/2″ x 4 3/4″
- Whisper White cardstock cut at 3 3/4″ x 5″
I have to say when I saw the pictures of the suite I was very excited. I thought it was a little over the top with all the “ornate” edges, but it was the DSP that caught my attention. Then the more I looked at it, the more I thought that the frames would be perfect for scrapbooking!! So I caved! lol There are two different bundles to the suite, the one I’m using today has the edge dies. The other bundle is the Ornate Style Bundle that has the ornate frames and daisy/floral images in the stamp set.
I first chose which piece of DSP to use, and then chose my cardstocks. I had the Old Olive card base left from another project, so went with that and a scrap of Early Espresso. I trimmed the Early Espresso down and die cut the edge. I love the look of the edge, reminds me of an old border punch I had before I became a demonstrator. I trimmed my DSP down and glued them together. I then chose a piece of the Terracotta Tile coordinating ribbon that comes in the suite. It comes in a two-pack with that and in Old Olive. For my sentiment, I cut a scrap of Whisper White cardstock with one of the Stitched Rectangle Dies and stamped the sentiment in Early Espresso. I added that to the card front with dimensionals and then added two of the new Gilded Gems to the edge. These gems are a gorgeous opaque gold.
For the inside, I used a scrap of Whisper White left from another project (see a trend here?!? lol) and stamped both the sentiment and the flowers in Early Espresso. I did stamp off first for the flowers and then glued it down.
I see some beautiful scrap pages in my future with these! So what do you think? Did you know that you too can your hands on these even before the April 1st release? Yep, and with a discount too! You could take advantage of our Starter Kit special right now during Sale-a-bration, after all, there’s only 2-weeks left to get all the extra goodies so now is the time! What’s in the Starter Kit? It’s whatever you want! You get to choose $125.00 in the product of your choice, plus you get a Paper Pumpkin kit, and now through the 31st you will also get that exclusive Mini Paper Cutter, a 6″ x 6″ Sampler Pack of all the papers in the January-June 2020 Catalog and one additional stamp set for FREE!!! And did I mention that you get all of that for only $99.00 plus tax and FREE shipping?!? That’s a lot of fun for such a small price! Then all your future purchases will be with your new discount! And the Ornate Gardens Suite of products can be ordered now!! And you will also be a part of my team, the Sissy’s Dazzling Divas! Don’t worry if you’re not local, I have team members in other states as well. The best part of this whole thing, is you not only get to shop 24/7 in the comfort of your home, with your new discount, but you will also be a part the amazing family that is Stampin’ Up! It is life changing to be a part of this company! You will meet the nicest people and make lifelong friends that you would never have met if you hadn’t decided to become a part of the family. So take a moment and think about all the fun you have with our craft….then add in the extras that Stampin’ Up! has to offer and not in just product, but in friends and family! If you have any questions about this, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I love to share my love of the craft and experiences with Stampin’ Up! It’s the best decision you could ever make!
Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a great Thursday!