I hope you are enjoying our Happy Birthday Blog Hop. I’m hopping with fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from all over the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and Quebec, Canada.…
Today’s hop features Stampin’ Up! products used to celebrate Happy Birthdays. With 233 pages in our Annual Catalogue, plus the Spring /Summer Occasions and Sale-A-Bration brochure, we have lots of options to share with you!
My hop entry is below so let’s get started.
Today I am sharing the Tranquil Tulips Hostess set #143767 and the Happy Birthday Thinlits Die #143700. The hostess set can be earned for free by holding a party or workshop with any Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator but book quickly as the catalogue will retire to make way for new hostess sets from 1st June.
I love the two-step effect that this stamp set gives and looks great in many lovely colours. This Happy Birthday Die has been Die-cut twice and layered together, to create a two-tone effect.
Another look using the set without Birthday theme but could look equally as nice using the smaller Happy Birthday from the Teeny Tiny Sentiments stamp set #130042 (W) #120024 (C).
My last project was a small notelet to enclose with a birthday gift using the small flowers in the same Tranquil Tulip stamp set.
Thank you for ‘hopping’ along with us again today and hope you enjoy your journey round the world, visiting our talented Demonstrators. We really appreciate your comments.
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