Thursday, January 15, 2015

Stamper's Dozen Saleabration Blog Hop

Welcome to the January Stamper's Dozen Blog Hop -this month we are focusing on the many wonderful free products available through Stampin' Up!'s biggest sale of the year- Saleabration. My card today uses two of the free product choices - a stamp set and some specialty designer series paper. 

My card features "A HappyThing" stamp set.  I love this bird...... and this card is similar to a card I posted several days ago - with a few differences - mainly in the orientation of the card and the extra embellishments.  

I pulled some of the gold threads from a piece of Gold Bakers Twine and twirled them around to add some sparkle behind the bird image, and also added a bit of lace.   

The small strip of paper uses the Irresistibly Yours Designer Series Paper -FREE with a $50 order.    I  just sponged some crumb cake ink across the paper to make the white parts "pop".   This paper has glossy white designs on it and by adding color, the patterns are revealed.  It is like doing an emboss resist technique with the embossing already done. 

Supplies used on my card are listed at the end of this post for your convenience.  Please feel free to email me if you have questions on my card.  Happy to answer them!  

Click HERE to see the Saleabration Catalog

Our next stop is my friend, Stella MacKay's blog.  Can't wait to see what she has created today!

 Hop backwards to visit Josee Smuck's blog.  I am sure she has something great to share, too!

Thanks for visiting today and "hopping" with us! 

supplies used on my card today: 


  1. Your card is so cute. You are correct. This bird stamp is so great

  2. Very interesting idea to keep everything so neutral, but I am liking it.

  3. Thank you, Carol! I love neutrals!

  4. Love this did a great job with this set and I'm loving the neutrals on here.

  5. I love your card, so much so that I CASED it at recent class, and am putting a posting together on it on my website and linking to your site, as my source of inspiration. thanks Laura, Sarah