Lift Me Up

The next couple of months are going to be a crazy time in my life.  I will be doing a lot of traveling and have a lot of events going on so I want to apologize if I have short but sweet posts.  It is going to be crazy but fun because I will get to spend a lot of time with my grandchildren and family which is my favorite thing to do.

I made this card using the stamp set called Lift Me Up.  This set is in the Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog.  The best part of this set is it has a set of matching dies called Up & Away Thinlits Dies.  This set has been around for a while so you don’t get a discount buying a Bundle but if you buy the stamp set, you have to have the dies.  Plus if you buy the stamps and dies, you will earn product from the Sale-a-bration Catalog for free!!

This is a pretty quick and easy card to make.  I first stamped the balloons in Night of Navy ink and cut them out using the matching dies.  Then I stamped the clouds and the sentiment and cut the entire rectangle out using the Rectangle Stitched Dies.  I am sure you can tell these are my favorite dies!  I layered this on top of a piece of Night of Navy cardstock and then added the Medium Baker’s Twine.  Lastly, I layered all of these pieces onto a Crumb Cake cardbase.

This is a perfect card to send to a friend to let them know you are thinking of them and wishing them well.

Don’t forget it is Sale-a-bration time! Earn FREE merchandise with a qualifying purchase.  Get an extra $25 in Hostess Benefits with a $250 single or group order! Join my Stampin Up! family and get a $175 worth of products for $99  or get the Carry & Craft Tote and $175 worth of products for $129!

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3 thoughts on “Lift Me Up

  1. I love the Crumb Cake and navy combination! I always liked this set for it’s versatility, and this card is fabulous, Susan. Happy to hear that you’re getting to be spend more time with your grands = your happy place! 🙂


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