Good morning! I hope your week has gone well, and that you’re ready for the weekend! I’ll be heading out for a quick camping getaway this weekend. I hope you have plans to relax as well! I have a lovely project to share with you today made with the Stampin Up Good Morning Magnolia stamp set and coordinating Magnolia Lane designer paper. It’s a scrapbook page today!
The Magnolia Lane suite of products has been a big hit in our 2019-2020 Stampin Up Annual Catalog, and looking at this page, you can probably see why! They are just so beautiful, and they make it easy to create gorgeous projects. Below you can see one of the large flower stamps, which I die cut using the Magnolia Memories dies, and then colored with our Stampin’ Blends markers.
I want to show you what comes in the Stampin Up Good Morning Magnolia bundle. It includes the stamps and dies, which are 10% off when you order the set. The stamp set includes delightful greetings, and the dies can be used to cut out the flower stamps, or used as standalone die cuts to create gorgeous magnolias.
Let’s not forget the Magnolia Lane designer series paper pack. It’s so hard to tell in this picture, but the papers are gorgeous!
I used a piece of vellum on my scrapbook page to allow the beauty of the Magnolia Lane paper to show through. I also used the Layered Leaves embossing folder to emboss the photo mats for some added dimension.
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