Dainty Delight

Stampin Up Dainty Delight

Normally this would be the day that I would post a photo of the Christmas card I sent out to family and friends.  The only problem is I made exactly enough to send out and I forgot to take a photo of it before I did.  Oh well.  I hope those that received it, enjoyed it.

Since I could not post a photo of my Christmas card I decided to give you a sneak peek of some products that will be in the 2023 January – April Mini Catalog and the 2023 Sale-a-bration Catalog.  I know it looks like I put a lot of work into this card but actually the whole card took me less than 5 minutes to make it.  The background of this card is Designer Series Paper called Dainty Flowers!  Isn’t it gorgeous?!  The colors are so vibrant and the background looks like it is an embossing folder but it isn’t.  The best part of the Designer Series Paper is you can get it for FREE with a $50 order!  Yes, it is in the Sale-a-bration catalog!  Also it coordinates with a bundle that is in the 2023 January – April Mini Catalog called Dainty Delight.

To make this card all I did was cut a 4″ x 5.25″ piece of the DSP and adhere it to a Rich Razzleberry card base.  Then I stamped the sentiment from the Dainty Delight stamp set in Rich Razzleberry ink on a 1″ piece of Fresh Freesia card stock.  I punched out one end of it using the Banners Pick A Punch.  Next, I colored a piece of White Baker’s Twine using a Dark Rich Razzleberry Blends and tied it around the sentiment.  Then I adhered it using Dimensionals.  So easy!

You can order these products beginning January 5th.  The Sale-a-bration products are only while supplies last.  I think this Designer Series Paper is going to be very popular so don’t wait too long to get it.

I am sorry but I can’t put the shopping links until the catalog has gone live.

I hope each of you has a very Merry Christmas and a Happy & Healthy New Year.

One thought on “Dainty Delight

  1. This is BEAUTIFUL Susan! You are the master at adding just the right touches, sentiments, and colors to “DSP cards.” And at least this recipient of your Christmas card appreciated it a LOT.

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