Saturday Sample – Sale-a-Bration

Collage Curios rubberstamp set
For today's Saturday Sample, I'm sharing a swap I made featuring Sale-a-Bration's Sycamore Street DSP for my monthly Southern Sweet Stampers (my demonstrator group) meeting.  I love the bright cheeriness as well as incredible versatility of this DSP!  I coupled it with a couple of items from the Stampin' Up! Spring Catalog:  Tea Lace Doilies (love these!!!) and Soda Pop Tops (love these, too!!!) as well as the Collage Curios rubberstamp set.  I was totally inspired to make this card by another card made by demonstrator Andi Potler.  

My stamp club ladies will be making this card next week at our rubberstamp clubs in San Antonio.  I offer 3 times to meet, making it easy to fit your schedule.  The meetings are totally optional but way fun!  And there are levels with which to participate so you can find what works best for your budget.  Either way, my rubberstamp clubs in San Antonio mean free Stampin' Up! merchandise of your choice (aka hostess benefits) and a free monthly class.  Check out the info and then email me to let me know which meeting you would like to attend in March.  You can come once as my guest, totally free, with no obligation.

Stampin' Up! supplies:

Stamps:  Collage Curios and Itty Bitty Banners sets

Ink:  Tangerine Tango Classic Stampin' Pad

Paper:  Tangerine Tango, Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White card stocks; Pool Party Core'dinations Card Stock (You can use regular Pool Party card stock; I just happened to have this scrap sitting on my Big Shot station and decided to use it.) ; Sycamore Street DSP

Accessories:  Big Shot Die Cutting Machine, Beautiful Butterflies Die, Itty Bitty Banners Framelits; Tea Lace Doilies, Soda Pop Tops, Pearls Basic Jewels, 1" and 3/4" Circle Punches, Stampin' Dimensionals, SNAIL Adhesive, Glue Dots

Thanks for visiting today and I hope to stamp with you soon!  Virturally, or in person:)


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