A Sale-a-Bration Friendly Hello

Greetings my stamping friends. This week has flown by, right? Or is it just me? I got a new iPhone this week and AT&T delivered and did an at home setup (I felt really special) and the technician and I got to talking about how quickly the time passes the older you get. This is emphasized by the fact that it will soon be a year since my husband, Gary, and I moved into our new home. This is a bad thing because I still have unpacked boxes of Stampin’ Up! projects and products (yes, it is mostly retired items, but I can’t part with it just yet) in my crafting spaces. How long is too long to have stuff in boxes after a move? Asking for a friend …

For today’s project share, I am going to show you seven (7) cards from my Connect & Create group swap that used the Friendly Hello stamp set and Designer Series Paper Bundle that is FREE during Sale-a-Bration with a $100 purchase (before taxes and shipping):

Created by Linda Tolson Yarbrough
Created by Pam Gardner
Created by Deanna Blackmon
Created by Glenda Hennick
Created by Susan Ferguson
Created by Jan Bassett
Created by Kelly Pitts

The Designer Series Paper that comes with this bundle is beautiful, including 12 sheets (2 each of 6 designs) featuring the colors Basic Black, Fresh Freesia, Granny Apple Green, Petal Pink, Pool Party and Shaded Spruce. Don’t miss your chance to get this bundle while supplies last, or before Sale-a-Bration ends on February 28, 2022!

Product List

If you have any questions regarding the dimensions or products used on any of these projects, please just ask. I should be able to help answer your questions with the exception of Kelly’s card. I believe hers is an easel card and I have not done one of those yet, but would be happy to reach out to her for more information.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.


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