Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Another Share What You Love card from the early release suite from Stampin' Up!

  • Share What You Love Preorder coming May 1-31
  • View the three early release Share What You Love bundles
  • Clearance Rack itemes going fast

Share What You Love Suite

Today's card is yet another card created from the Share What You Love Suite, which I've fallen in love with.  You won't find this suite in the current catalog, so don't bother hunting for it.  Its from the upcoming Stampin' Up! annual catalog coming out June 1.  However, demonstrators already have early access to this set, and customers will be able to order this early release suite of products on May 1.   

In addition to the card ideas I've posted for you to CASE (Copy and Share Everything), Pinterest boards are already filled with creative cards giving you even more ways to use this suite.  

The Share What you Love Suite, is a stamp set, a very special 12 X 12 paper pack and a set of embellishments that coordinates with the new In Colors, and gives you a wonderful starting point for creating new cards with products from the annual catalog Stampin' Up! will release June 1.  There are bundles Stampin' Up! created for a new crafter, a bundle for a stamper who owns more supplies, and a bundle for those stampers who want it all.  Today, I'm using the Love What You Do stamp set, the new Grapefruit Grove ink pad along with Old Olives ink pad and other Stampin' Up! supplies to showcase another look with the Share What You Love Prerelease Suite.                

Today's card uses a basecard of thick Very Vanilla, then a banner is created from Grapefruit Grove and a piece of Very Vanilla stamped with images from this stamp set using Grapefruit Grove ink.  Then there is an image layer where I've stamped and fussy cut the Grapefruit Grove flowers.  The tiny flowers were stamped in Old Olive, fussy cut, and popped up on mini Dimensionals.  The sentiment was stamped in Old Olive and fussy cut before popping it up on Dimensionals.

The background for the image piece was created by lightly sponging a small piece of Very Vanilla with Grapefruit Grove.

I stamped the small leaves in Old Olive and fussy cut them out, but they could have just as easily been stamped directly on the Very Vanilla background to save time.    

I used an Aqua Painter to lightly color the triple flower heads  The stamp set includes an image that can be used to color the flower heads, but the Aqua Painter and an ink pad give me better control of how thick the ink is applies to the flowers.  You results may vary.  

The ribbon and bow are created from the 1/8" sheer Old Olive ribbon.  This is one of y favorite ribbons and I'm so happy to see it will be carried over to the new catalog.  A few small pearls were added to centers of the tiny flowers.

I've shown you several cards over the past couple of weeks using this Share What You Love Suite.  All of these cards have been created using minimal supplies.  This suite also includes printed papers, coordinating ribbons, and other embellishments that will help you make more sophisticated cards and will help you get the most from your investment in this suite.  We all love seeing how we can stretch our crafting purchases in as many ways as possible.  You'll love adding this beautiful suite to your collection when it becomes available May 1.  



Here's a quick look at what's in each bundle.  There are three bundles plus the 5 new In Color stamp pads that are part of this early release offer.

The first Share What you Love Bundle is for a crafter with limited supplies who is just beginning to experience the joy of creativity.

The second bundle is for crafters looking to hone their skills with a few more items to help you push your creative boundaries without pushing you over the edge.  This  bundle will include not only the Love What you Do Stamp set, but a unique alphabet stamp set as well as several other new catalog items.


The third bundle is for those who have to have it all. The Share What you Love Specialty Designer Series Paper in this bundle is a double set.  Normally our 12 X 12 Designer Series Paper include 12 sheets.  This set of Specialty paper contains 24 sheet!   Each bundle comes with one, two or three free items that coordinate with your bundle.  

You're going to want to get your hands on this bundle to update your stampin' stash with some of the latest colors, papers and stamp sets.  Watch for more ideas for using this suite in a few days.  Set you budget for next month to include one of these bundles and the 5 new In Color stamp pads.  The new In Color Stamp pads are available to order May 1-31, also, and you'll save 10% when you purchase these lovely new In Colors stamp pads between May 1-31.  These In Colors are packaged in the new style stamp cases, which are part of the Color Revamp in the new, June catalog.



Stamps:  Love What You Do (Prerelease Share What You Love bundles available May 1 2018)
Ink:   Old Olive, Grapefruit Grove 
Paper:  Grapefruit Grove, Very Vanilla     
Accessories:  Aqua Painter, Sponge, 1/8" Sheer Old Olive Ribbon,  Share What You Love Artisan Pearls, Paper Snips, Bone Folder, Stampin' Trimmer, Multipurpose Glue, Dimensionals

Click on the products below for more information and close ups for any of the supplies used in today's projects.   Or, go directly to my Stampin' Up! store.

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Visit the Clearance Rack for savings

Updated Clearance Rack items are going fast.  Take up to 60% off these select products.  Get them while they last.

Color Revamp

In June, with the release of the new Stampin' Up! annual catalog, you'll see a major Color Revamp with changes to stamp pads and reinkers, cardstock, and markers.  You'll want to know which colors are retiring, which colors will be added, and there are even a few retired colors that will return to the core colors.  Search you stash for these returning colors now!  Read about all the Color Revamp changes here.   

 Color Revamp

There is also news about updates to the Stampin' Up! stamp pads and stamp pad cases as well.  See the changes planned for products in the June catalog.  

Release of the Last-Chance Products Lists

The release of the Last-Chance Product Lists is always filled with anticipation as well as sadness.  Mark up your current catalogs so you know which items will retire so you can order any remaining items on your Wish List before they're gone.  This is the time to stock up on reinkers for your old-style stamp pads, pick up a pack or two of your favorite, retiring cardstock, and pick up a roll of retiring ribbon to match your Designer Series Papers. 

To view all of the retiring products, visit my online store.  This is your best source to see if the product you want is still available.  As items sell out, they will no longer be listed in my online store.

Most items are only available until they sell out.  Stamp sets will be available until May 25.


1.  Orders over $150 (not including tax and shipping), qualify for shopping rewards. This is free merchandise you select from the current catalogs and add to your order.

2.  If the purchases on your Wish List are over $100, the $99 Starter Kit is one way to save on your purchase today.  And save even more on future orders.  You can order $125 worth of product for $99.  After your initial $99 order for merchandise you select from anything in the current catalogs, place an order for the remainder of your Wish List as a demonstrator, and save 20% on your purchases as a demonstrator.  Need help building your shopping list? Contact me, and we'll work through your starter kit order together. 

3.  Place an on-line order through my Stampin' Up! store - 24/7 Shopping.  I would love to be your Stampin' Up! demonstrator if you don't already have one.  Let me know if you need an Occasions Catalog. 

4.  Clearance Rack items - while quantities last.

5.  Order current or previous Paper Pumpkin monthly craft kits. 


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