Friday, January 18, 2019

Stampin' Up! Tea Time Together Stamp Set and Coordinating Dies

  • Stampin' Up! Tea Together Stamp Set and Dies
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Stampin' Up! More Tea Together

Here's a fun card using the Stampin' Up!  Tea Together stamp set and coordinating dies.  The dies are a free Level 2 selection in the Sale-A-Bration Brochure with a $100 purchase until March 31.  I'm so happy that this set of Dies will carry over after Sale-A-Bration ends.  It's been rather gray in Houston the past couple of days, so I needed something that warmed my eyes rather than the spring colors I've been working with from the Occasions catalog.  I picked out this rich, flowered paper from the Share What You Love paper pack from the annual catalog, and paired it with some Rich Razzelberry that seems to compliment the tea theme for this card.  If you haven't already done so, download and look through the Occasions catalog and the Sale-A-Bration Brochure to see all of the lovely, new sets and new products available.  

The basecard for this card is So Saffron cardstock.  Then a layer of Rich Razzleberry.  And then a layer of a print from the Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper pack.     

Then I die cut the tea pot, the rose shape, and the stitched circle out of Very Vanilla, using the Tea Time Framelits Dies from the Sale-A_Bration Brochure and the circle from the Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies.      


I mounted all three images from the Tea Together stamp set onto a single Stamparatus plate.  I used the sheet I had cut the images from as a template, and inserted the blank die cuts into each opening.  I inked the three stamps with Rich Razzleberry and stamped all three die cuts at the same time.  Since I was stamping these die cuts for several cards, I was able to simple add the blank die cuts for each card into my template and quickly stamp the three images again and again.  The Stamparatus is such a time saver.        

I mounted the tea pots onto dimensionals and added them to the card front.  I used Light Rich Razzelberry Blends and Light Old Olive Blends Markers to color the roses.  I added dimensionals to the rose die cuts and added them on top of the tea pots. 

Tea Time Framelit Dies used to cut the images

The sentiment is also from the Tea Together set.  It is die cut using one of the Stitched Shapes Framelits circle dies.  The ribbon is 1/4" Rich Razzelberry Ribbon from the annual catalog.  The sentiment is mounted on Dimensionals before adding it on top of the velvet ribbon.  

The Tea Together stamp set is from the Occasions Catalog, pp 49.  Here's what to purchase to get the Tea Time Framelit Dies (149697) set free:

Tea Together stamp set                    148779       US$22.00
Share What You Love Specialty DSP  146926       US$27.00
1/4" Rich Razzelberry Velvet Ribbon   147016       US$ 8.00
Stitched Shapes Framelits                 145372       US$30.00
Light Rich Razzelberry Blends            144584       US$ 4.50
Light Old Olive Blends                       144574       US$ 4.50
Very Vanilla Envelopes                       107300       US$ 7.00
                       Total                                          US$103.00

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  • Stamps: Tea Together 
  • Ink:  Rich Razzleberry, Light Rich Razzelberry Blends, Light Olive Olive Blends
  • Paper:  So Saffron, Rich Razzleberry, Very Vanilla, Share What You Love Specialty Designer Series Paper
  • Accessories:  Tea time Framelit Dies, 1/4" Rich Razzelberry Velvet Ribbon, Stitched Shape Framelits Dies, Big Shot, Dimensionals
Tea Together Stamp Set 148779 $US$22.00

New Occasions Card Class #1 Tutorial just added

Check out my blogs' Tutorial Tab to see the new Occasions Card Class Tutorial just added.  If you're looking for a stress-free way to create several all-occasions designs for your own use or to use in a class, purchase this latest tutorial, which includes card recipes, cutting dimensions and tips and assembly instructions for each card. 

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If you join my team as a Stampin' Up! demonstrators during Sale-A-Bration, you'll get an extra $50 Product Bonus.  The Stampin' Up! new demonstrator starter kit is usually $99, and you normally get to select $125 worth of product.  This year, during Sale-A-Bration, your $99 starter kit includes a $50 product bonus.  Buy your starter kit for $99 and select $175 worth of Stampin' Up! products.  This makes Sale-A-Bration the best time of the year to join Stampin' Up!  The sign-up bonus is available January 3 - March 31.  Join, and get your choice of two different starter kits (see below).  Select anything from the current catalogs up to $175 for your starter kit.

Put together your wishlist of $175 worth of products.  This becomes your starter kit -- personalized with just what YOU want.  Choose ANY Stampin' Up! products to fill your kit.  Host sets and Sale-A-Bration gifts are excluded.

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You'll have until July to reach your first $300 quarterly sales minimum and keep your demonstrator discount for July through September quarter, which means you'll purchase from the Holiday catalog at your demonstrator discount, too!    

This gives you time to build your hobby supplies with your 20% demonstrator discount, if you choose to be a hobby demonstrator,  with no obligation to host workshops or sell products.  Or, this gives you time to grow your business if you decide to turn your hobby into a business.  If you decide to drop, there's never a penalty.  And you can join again, later.  

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