Some of you may know that Stampin' Up! partners with the Ronald McDonald House Charities and has given over $1M to support them. Each year, the company designs a stamp set that sits in the back of the catalog. When someone buys the stamp set, $2 goes directly to the charity. This year, $3 from each sale goes to the charity! So you can see why I'm so excited at how CUTE and how BIG this stamp is this year, along with the extra dollar being donated. And, because it's photopolymer, you get a lot of bang for only $16!
This stamp set also coordinates with the Tree Builder punch in the catalog which mean a lot of fun is ahead!
Today's card is stamped on a Project Life grid card like yesterday's. This time I stamped the base using Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and punched out using the 2 1/2 Circle Punch. I stamped the top on the polka dot Cherry on Top DSP and punched out using our great Tree Builder punch. It's layered with a dimensional. The saying at the bottom is the scrap of the grid card left over one I punched out the image and it's also on dimensionals. And the strip is the 3" left after using some on yesterday's card.
When I saw this stamp set, I immediately thought of Project Life. I could use it to create potted flowers and use with the layout of Callie planting flowers this Spring. I could use it as an ice cream cone and use it with the photos of her at Baskin Robbins after school with Nana and Papa. I could use it for cupcakes and document our baking endevours at Christmas. I could use with the rain cloud and create a cute card to go with her puddle pictures. You can see that once my mind got going, I couldn't get it to stop. Those samples are ones I'm showing at my launch event and will post next week.
Have a craftastic day,