Biggest Wish

Stampin Up Biggest Wish

This simple card was made using lot of fun new products in the Stampin’ Up!® 2021/2022 Annual Catalog.  Let’s start with the sentiment.  It is from a new stamp set called Biggest Wish.  I love that it has big, bold words.  There are five large words in capital letters which include happy, birthday, thanks, hello and friend.  Then it has five lower case stamps using the same words so you can mix and match them.

I stamped the words on a piece of Basic White cardstock and then cut it out using the new Tailor Made Tags Dies.  This set of dies has eight different sized tags in two different styles.  It also has two dies that cut out a circle or half circle to surround the hole.

The Designer Series Paper I used is part of the Host offerings that you can earn for free.  It is called Pattern Party.  It has a whooping 48 double sided 12″ x 12″ sheets of paper ( four each of 12 different designs).  There are some sheets that have black and white designs and some with beautiful colors. This product is not available to buy.  You can only get it through hostess benefit.  Place a $150 or more and you can use $18 of your reward money to get it for free.

The last new product I used on this card are the Basic Border Dies.  I love these dies and you will see them a lot.  They cut out six different borders such as the stitched zig zag one I used, as well as a chevron, rounded, cloud, and two other.

To make the card I first stamped the word happy in Pale Papaya ink and then birthday in Poppy Parade.  Then I cut it out using one the of Tailor Made Tags Dies.  I colored White Baker’s Twine using my Pale Papaya and Poppy Parade Blends.  I cut out a piece of Poppy Parade and Pattern Party paper using one of the Basic Borders Dies.   I adhered the tag to the card using Dimensionals.


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