Monthly Archives: July 2014

Endless Birthdays…

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I’m always looking for nice birthday stamps. Cause as a card maker, birthday cards are probably my second most popular card…  so, when Endless Birthday Wishes came out, I immediately ordered it.  And. It just so happened I needed a card. Again, as a card maker, I live in this perpetual fear that I will give a card to someone and they are gonna think I just took it out of my box.  (I don’t know why that is bad… but it just seems that way.)  This birthday card was for a fellow stamper so I made it a point to make it with my new stamp set. Now I never promised it wouldn’t be a case (cause it is) but it was made “fresh”. And I think it was only a day late. Or two.  So here it is…

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I LOVE this set. It is in the same style as the Endless Christmas Wishes set that came out last year (and sold out).  It is so easy to use and comes with loads of words. Both in type and scripty fonts.
And to keep my card in under the 2 day late deadline, it’s way simple. Couple stamps and some glorious washi tape. It makes putting a card together so easy…I wish I could remember where I cased it from. But I can’t. Sorry.

Of course, I needed a special envelope.

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This was left over DSP from this year’s Sale-a-bration. I love making matching envies…

So there you have it. Endless Birthday Wishes. Item # 137553. $13.95. It’s a photopolymer set.  Better hurry though. They sold out of their supply once and had to reorder…

OH! I’ve been meaning to ask. As a perk for being a demo, I get to choose 4 stamp sets from the new catalog (I can tell you how you can earn loads of free stuff too if you wanna know).  I need suggestions. Post a comment with sets you might want to see. And I will see what I can do…

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July

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Hello JULY!

I love July!  We always have a fabulous 4th of July party.  I love seeing the red-white-and blue decorations, flags, and shiny things in stores (I am so distracted by shiny things.) And, it is a good time to pause and reflect on the sacrifices made and continually being made for our country.  And for this I am grateful.  And, it is in this mood that I always pick the colors for the July calendar.  So, they are always red, white, and blue.  Maybe not patriotic in the content, but the colors.  And, I love this month’s…

I love this stamp set.  But, it’s very sad, it’s retired.  It’s the World Treasures stamp set from last year’s catalog.  These flowers are perfectly cheery!

 

So, head on over to Anne’s and Cheryl’s blogs to see what they have for you!