Stampin' Up! Simply Fabulous from Julia!
Stampin' Up! Sunday Swap Day September 11th!

Stampin' Up! Cottage Rose for Christmas!

Hey there! Today is my and my hubby's 45th Wedding Anniversary! 45 years of love, work, prayers, and praise!  Six kids (three boys & three girls), three son-in-laws, two daughter-in-laws, 14 grandchildren (8 girls and 6 boys), one more grandson coming in December, and one grandson-in-law! Yes, our lives are a bit of a happy chaos!

This month Stampin' Up! has an extra promotion going on in preparation for World Card Making Day on October 1st.

When you order one of these three designated bundles by October 1st you will also receive a free pack of Iridescent Pearls Basic Jewels!

Cottage Rose is found on page 57  of the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog, Cottage Wreaths is found on page 59 of the July/December Mini Catalog, and Warm Welcome is a sneak peek from the 2023 January/June Mini!

I created my card today with the Cottage Rose Bundle. I used the Angled Front Fold fun-fold that I learned when I CASED this fun-fold card HERE.


I stamped the rose with Sweet Sorbet ink, cut it with the coordinating Cottage Flowers die, and then swiped on some Clear Wink of Stella. Because the Sweet Sorbet is a Classic ink, the Wink of Stella makes the Sweet Sorbet "move" (you can also say "smear") to give a light Sweet Sorbet look all over the bloom in addition to the Wink of Stella Shimmer.


The greeting is from Hope & Peace, heat embossed on vellum with Evening Evergreen ink and Clear embossing powder. I punched it with the Lasting Label and punched a second label from Basic White to go behind it.


I added a gold Adhesive-Backed Flower Trinket to coordinate with the Vanilla & Gold 3/8" Satin-Edged Ribbon. I mounted the bloom and the Label on layer of vellum embossed with the Quatrefoil Tiles embossing folder layered onto a Basic White cut with a Scalloped Contours die.


Inside I cut the Basic White sentiment layer with the same Scalloped Contours die, then stamped another Hope & Peace sentiment with Evening Evergreen ink and the same Cottage Rose with Sweet Sorbet. Note: I stamped the bloom before cutting with the Scalloped Contours die, then stamped the sentiment after.


Here's the clickable links to the card supply in my online store:

Shop with the Host Code:

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Here's the box where you put the Host Code in my online store during check out in my online store.  Simply click on "ADD HOST CODE", then type in the code I've provided for the current month shown above. Contact me if you have any problems or questions!


Order any amount online in September, receive this Card-of-the-Month!


Order at least $40 online in September, receive a “mini” embellishment pack free from me in addition to the Card-of-the-Month! (this picture shows a sample of what a mini embellishment pack can contain)


Order at least $50 online and use the current Host Code (posted above) receive 10 Blue Sox Rewards Point for every $50 increment! Redeem 50 points for $25 in free merchandise. Get all the details and download the form to keep track of your points HERE!


Weekly Deals! A new set of Weekly Deals every week during September! Place your order quick before the supply runs out! These deals are in effect from September 8-15!

Perfect Partners! These stamps now have dies, but only during September and while-supplies-last!

Download the flyer: Download PROMOTIONAL_FLYER_Q3_OOP_PERFECT_PARTNERS_0822_US

or go to my online store:

Click "Shop Now" - "New" - "Perfect Partners"!






Call me:  618-237-6281
Email me: [email protected]

Until tomorrow, have a Stampingrox! day!


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