Sweet Strawberry

Stampin Up Sweet Strawberry

It is now February 17th which means there are only 11 more days for the Stampin’ Up!® Sale-a-bration and for you to get free products with a qualifying order.  My favorite products I got for free is the Berry Blessings Bundle.  This bundle includes the Berry Blessings stamp set and the Berry Delightful Designer Series Paper.  This bundle pairs perfectly with the Sweet Strawberry Bundle that is in the 2021 January – June Mini Catalog.  The Sweet Strawberry stamp set gives you gorgeous strawberries and the Berry Blessings stamp set compliments them with blueberries and raspberries. Plus, the Berry Delightful DSP has strawberries in it.  It is a perfect combination!

To make this card I first layered a piece of the Berry Delightful Designer Series Paper on top of a piece of Granny Apple Green cardstock.  I layered both of them on top of a Poppy Parade card base.  Then I stamped the strawberries in Poppy Parade ink and cut them out using the Strawberry Builder Punch.  By the way, you can get the Sweet Strawberry stamp set and the Strawberry Builder Punch for 10% off if you purchase them in a bundle.  I stamped the stems using Granny Apple Green ink on Granny Apple Green cardstock and punched them out using the punch.  I stamped the flowers in Flirty Flamingo ink and punched them out too.  I stamped the sentiment and leaves onto a piece of Basic White cardstock and cut that out using the Stitched Rectangle dies.  I layered that onto a piece of Granny Apple Green cardstock.  I adhered the strawberries using Multipurpose Glue and the flowers using Stampin’  Dimensionals.  I thought it needed something more so I put some Playing With Patterns Resin Dots in the middle of the flowers.

Remember you only have 11 more days to earn free products during Sale-a-bration!   Better hurry before it is over!


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3 thoughts on “Sweet Strawberry

  1. I’m so glad that I “convinced” you to buy the strawberries. You are making such wonderful cards out of this bundle! I love the raised flowers with resin dots

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