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Paper Craft Crew #43 & Sneak Peek

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Yeah, it’s Wednesday and that means we are halfway there to a three day weekend! I completely forgot that Monday is a holiday! What a nice surprise that was when I remembered! When I woke up yesterday morning it was really foggy and then it went up to 85 degrees with some mugginess. I’m not complaining but I did leave the windows open in my house and when I got home everything had a thin coating of pollen. After I Swiffered the cloth was green! It really is amazing how much of that stuff there is around!

Today’s post – Paper Craft Crew Design Team Sketch #43…

PCCCS043 Sketch 5-22-2013

I’m really having such a good time with the new stuff! It’s so much fun to see what works with what. The base of my card is Very Vanilla Card Stock. The middle panel consist of some Soho Subway Designer Series Paper*, Crisp Cantaloupe* and Early Espresso. I stamped the image from the Flowering Flourishes Stamp Set in Crisp Cantaloupe*, I thought it slightly mimicked the pattern in the DSP. Some Early Espresso Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon goes around the lower half. A piece Vellum that is cut out with the Delicate Doilies Large Sizzlit is behind a Window Frames Collection Framelit. The greeting is from the Label Love Stamp Set* and is punched out with the Artisan Label Punch* and is backed by a piece of Early Espresso cut out with the Apothecary Accents Framelits. The button is a new Very Vintage Designer Button* that I threaded some Early Espresso Bakers Twine all around the edge. I really like the colors and the layering of the Framelits and Punch are kind of neat too. Thanks you for stopping by to visit me and see my Paper Craft Crew Design Team Card for this week’s sketch. Visit the Paper Craft Crew blog to see what my teammates have come up with and enter your card too! Have a great day!

PCCCS043

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Early Espresso and Crisp Cantaloupe*

Specialty Card Stock: Vellum

Designer Series Paper: Soho Subway*

Ink: Crisp Cantaloupe* Classic Stampin’ Ink

Stamp Sets: Flowering Flourishes and Label Love* Clear Mount

Framelits: Apothecary Accents and Window Frames Collection

Punch: Artisan Label*

Sizzlit: Delicate Doilies Large

Embellishments: Early Espresso 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Early Espresso Bakers Twine and Very Vintage Designer Buttons*

Tools: Big Shot, Festive Paper-Piercing Pack, Paper-Piercing Tool, Sticky Strip, Stampin’ Dimensionals and SNAIL

*2013-2014 Catalog

Flowering Flourishes CM

Window Frames Collection Framelits Dies

Apothecary Accents Framelits

Delicate Doilies Large Sizzlits Die

Festive Paper Piercing Pack

Early Espresso Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon

Early Espresso Bakers Twine

Another new Photopolymer Stamp Set, Show & Tell 1 & 2 is a two-part set that you can get for $13.95 each or for a limited time buy them as a bundle with a video class to show you how to get the best results with them. Click here to see the PDF of the flyer.

Stampin’ Up! released a new Photopolymer Stamp Set called Birthday Bombs Away! There are some great greeting and they will work well for any type of card. You can see them below or click here for a PDF of the flyer.

Woo hoo! The color renovation has been announced! I’m so happy that they have kept four of the five 2011-2013 In-Colors! I’m a little sad to see that Lucky Limeade didn’t make the cut but we also got some former In-Colors back too! Bermuda Bay, Soft Sky, Crushed Curry, Pear Pizzaz and Blushing Bride along with a new color Smokey Shadow. They have also moved some colors to different families and of course they are retiring some colors. Say so long to Regal Rose, Pretty in Pink, Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Baja Breeze, Riding Hood Red, Bravo Burgundy, Not Quite Navy, More Mustard and River Rock. Change is a good thing!

Stampin’ Up! has released their first Photopolymer Stamp Set! It’s called Designer Typeset! The great thing about Photopolymer Stamps is that they are completely clear so you can see exactly where you are going to stamp. They work amazingly with our new Firm Foam Stampin’ Pads for great ink coverage. You are going to love them! This is a limited release so make sure you get one before it’s gone!

Stampin’ Up! has a sneak peek for you from the 2013-2014 Annual Catalog and the best part is you can get it right now! It’s called A Round Array and you can get it as a bundle with the 7/8″ Scallop Circle Punch for $23.95 or just the Stamp Set for  $14.95. You can purchase this now through May 30th. Click here or on the photo below to get a PDF of the flyer.

Do you ever feel the need to make something that means something but don’t think you have the time? Or you like to be creative but don’t want to buy a ton of supplies? Well, you don’t have any excuses anymore! Introducing Paper Pumpkin from Stampin’ Up! Each month you will receive a kit that contains all of the items (except adhesive) that you need to make a project, all for just $19.95. Each kit will ship out on or around the 15th of each month. You can cancel at any time, but who would want to?! Go ahead, sign up and get some crafting therapy for only $19.95 including shipping! Click here now! Don’t forget to choose me as your Demonstrator, Justin Krieger – Bethpage, NY! :-)

Don’t forget to check out the Anchor Rewards tab at the top. Earn 10 Anchors and get a FREE Stamp Set of your choice from any current catalog. If you purchase $150 worth of product you will be eligible for $25 in Host(ess) dollars to get one of the great new Host(ess) Sets or any other items from the NEW 2012-2013 Catalog or the NEW Spring Catalog!

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About jrk912

I am a tech junkie that loves to engineer some paper!

10 responses »

  1. I Love this card. Love the way you stitched all around the button. Very clever. Beautiful.

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  2. Just fabulous! LOVE these colors and that Label Love is one of my new favorites!

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  3. Cool trick with the button! I’ll have to remember that one.

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  4. Just beautiful Justin–absolutely love this!

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  5. I really love this card Justin. The colors are gorgeous together and I like the touch of vellum. Lots of yummy texture, too!

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