Quick, Clean and Simple Card with Petal Parade and How To Video

One of the Sale-a-bration cards that I made to display at my Spring Catalog Party yesterday. This card is so quick and easy. I left mine blank inside so it can be an all occasion card. Every single In Color Dahlia looks good on this card and when I made this card for a swap, I tried them all so I know what I'm talking about!! lol! (Goodness knows, that isn't always the case!) I have the second half of my Spring Catalog Party today for the people who were too busy or too cold to swing by yesterday. I'm also prepping for my Card Buffet tomorrow. Productive week in the stamping room!! Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!

Stamps: Petal Parade FREE with a $50 order Jan 28 - Mar 31 (Wood Mount 133599, Clear Mount 133602)
Paper: Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper FREE with a $50 order Jan 28 - Mar 31 (133521) Whisper White (100730)

While I was at Leadership Convention, we got a sneak peek at upcoming Paper Pumpkin Kits. All I can say is that SU has listened to our feedback and they are going to be bigger and better than ever!! LOVE what they have in store for us. Check out the great new promotion for brand new subscribers!!

Dates: January 11-February 10, 2014
The Details: New Paper Pumpkin subscribers who sign up at www.mypaperpumpkin.com/ between January 11 and February 10, 2014, will receive a FREE set of 2012-2014 In Color Stampin' Write Markers -a $14.95  value-with their Welcome Kit.

If you were a past subscriber and would like to sign up again, all you have to do is log into your account at the link above and resubscribe. You will not receive the marker set (that is for brand new subscribers only), but you will be back in the Paper Pumpkin loop - a fun surprise every month!
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Penny said…
Cool looking card!
Tania said…
Wow! I feel a CASE coming on. This card is the only one that uses that particular pattern from the Sweet Sorbet DSP that I like. That dark pattern is the only one in the collection I'm not fond of. The white background really solves the problem nicely!