It’s Black Friday! Are you doing any shopping today? I think I’ll do some tomorrow, but today I’m staying away from the shopping scene! I have been working hard to make shopping lists and figure out what I’ll be buying for everyone. With the way weekends fall this year, the next few weeks will fly by and I don’t want to be stuck shopping at the last minute! Whether you’re shopping today or staying in, I have a gorgeous card to share with you that features the Stampin Up Parisian Beauty stamp set, which will be included in our upcoming 2020 Mini Catalog. Take a look!
I LOVE this card! It’s out of the box for my usual cardmaking style, but I love it anyway! It’s nice to try new products and come up with different ways of using them. Below you can see the Stampin Up Parisian Beauty stamp set and part of the coordinating Parisian Dies set.
Cards made with this set could be used for a variety of occasions including love, travel, birthdays, encouragement, and the ‘life is an adventure,’ stamp could allow it to be used for even more occasions.
See the embossed foil piece? I used champagne foil paper and embossed it using the Parisian Flourish embossing folder. So glamorous!
Would you love to skip the wait and see the Stampin Up 2020 Mini Catalog right now? Sign up on my team and you’ll be able to see the catalog today and pre-order products beginning December 3, a full month before customer ordering begins! There are no commitments, and most people sign up just for the demonstrator discount! It’s a great way to save on your stamping products! Contact me with questions or for more info.
Please make me your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and order from me using the product links at the bottom! Earn the free gifts shown below when you order using the current hostess code. PLUS, with your first order, you’ll receive free catalogs in your thank you package!
- Sample all of the papers, ribbons, and embellishments that Stampin Up has to offer with Product Shares.
- Check out my current Project in the Mail, Tags Tags Tags (shown below)!
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