Introducing the Abundant Hope Stamp Set

Stampin' Up! Abundant Hope Stamp SetI’m excited to share this card with you!  There are so many new items used on this card.  These items are coming out in the new Occasions Mini catalog and the Sale-A-Bration catalog beginning January 5! I made this card when I was at my upline’s house at the beginning of the month  I’m very thankful to Jan for sharing this design with us.

The stamp set you see used here is the Abundant Hope stamp set that’ll be in the mini catalog.  This is a lovely set that also includes “Happy Easter”, a swirly, and “Rejoicing with you in the abundant mercy and hope of Christ the Lord.”   The tag the flowers are stamped on is from the Stampin’ Up! Two Tags die on page 198 of the Idea Book & Catalog.  Funny, I’d never paid much attention to that die before but now I really like it!

The designer series paper you see is called Shades of Spring and once again, it will be available in the new mini catalog along with the Very Vanilla Satin Ribbon you see there with the Kraft Corduroy Button.  I really like the punch used on this card!  This is the Scallop Trim Border Punch which you can get for free when you order $50 or more in product during Sale-A-Bration.  I know this is a punch I’m going to be using a lot!

I know everyone is very busy with Christmas right around the corner.  I am going to try to post some items using new products over the next few days.  When you get a chance, please check in and see what’s new.  If you miss a few days you can always page down to see what you’ve missed.  Tomorrow is my third son’s birthday (he’s turning 2) and then of course the next day is Christmas so I’ll probably keep the posts short and sweet!

Comments

  1. Hi Becky,
    I have a picture in my mind of a card you did using the Abundant Hope Set from the newest Mini Catlaog. I think it’s done on a peachy card stock with a pale green accent. The daffodils are in the left of the card and it has a white ribbon…………do you know what I am talking about here and if so, can you please send me the cs you used?
    Thanks so much,
    Nancy Hobbs

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