Welcome to our March blog hop! Today's hop will feature birthday items and use stamps and accessories from the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog or the 2018 Occasions Catalog. As you hop around, ask yourself how you could make each item work for another occasion. Sometimes all it takes is changing the sentiment to "thank you" or thinking of you" and your card is complete. With other projects, you would need to change the stamped focal point or the Designer Series Paper to make it work for another occasion. Tell me your ideas in the comments.
I hope you enjoy visiting all the blogs in this hop around the world; we have bloggers from the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
The Perennial Birthday Project Kit is so easy to assemble and makes 16 gorgeous cards with a beautiful box and dividers. Although it makes a great gift (I'm giving one a birthday gift next month), be sure to make an extra because you won't want to give this away! The Perennial Birthday stamp set goes with this kit, but can also be used on its own to create some gorgeous cards. Combine the stamps with a some other greetings and you can make cards for many occasions! Watch my blog for some additional ideas using this set.
The kit includes this beautiful box:
and organizer cards, one for each month with room to record the birthdays of your loved ones on these cards.
The next card can be used for many occasions:
The upper left card is what is suggested in the kit. The other three were made with stamps from the Heartfelt Blooms Sale-A-Bration stamp set.
The pink striped card also can be used for many occasions and I used the Sheltering Tree stamp set to make the other cards. The upper left card is the card suggested in the kit.
The last card in the kit is also versatile for many occasions. The upper left card was made as directed in the kit and the upper right card is the same with an additional flower in Wisteria Wonder. The other two cards use sentiments from the Petal Palette stamp set and Heartfelt Blooms Sale-A-Bration stamp set.
Please add a comment and let me know which samples you liked best or what you would do with this kit and stamp set.
Make sure you keep hopping along to see all the other birthday projects! Click on the "Next" button below to visit Sue Boerner's blog.
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All the supplies used in this post can be ordered through my online store. Tomorrow I will give you additional details and a list of all the items used.
If you don't already have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I would be happy to help you place an order or join my sales team. Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the conversation started.
Remember that Sale-A-Bration ends next Saturday, March 31. For every $50 or $100 in purchases, you can choose a free item from the Sale-A-Bration offerings. The first set of product offerings can be viewed HERE, the second set, HERE, and the final set, HERE.
Here are links to all the blogs in our hop:
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