Penguin Playmates

Stampin Up Penguin Playmates

It is hard to believe that tomorrow is the last day for the Stampin’ Up!® Sale-a-bration.  I can’t decide which is my favorite product from that catalog that I was able to get for free.  I love the Counting Sheep and Delicate Dahlias stamp sets.  I love the Sheep Dies that coordinate with the Counting Sheep stamp set.  I love the Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper that coordinates with the stamp set called Penguin Place and it’s coordinating Penguin Builder Punch that are both in the 2021 July – December Mini Catalog.

To make this card I used the Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper.  The background of this card is a piece of this DSP that I adhered to a Just Jade card base.  I cut a 2 5/8″ x 5.5″  piece of Misty Moonlight card stock and layered that on top.  Then I cut a piece of Basic White card stock using a die from the Ornate Layers set.

The Snowman, the Polar Bear and the Penguin that I used on my card are from the other side of that Designer Series Paper.  That is one of my favorite things about Stampin’ Up!® DSP.  There are always two sides with different patterns.  I fussy cut the characters out and glued them to my card.  I am not big on fussy cutting but these were all easy to do since the lines were not complicated.

I cut out three snowflakes using the Stitched Snowflakes dies in Basic White and Misty Moonlight card stock. The sentiment from from the stamp set called Artistically Inked.

Remember, tomorrow is the last day to get free products from the Sale-a-bration catalog with a qualifying order.  There are lots of things to choose from that I am sure you will love as much as I do.

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Picture This

Stampin Up Picture This

Last week a few friends and I got together to make some cards.  This is one of the cards we made using a new die set from the 2021-2022 Stampin’ Up!® Annual Catalog called Picture This.  This set includes two large dies.  One cuts out all the circles on this card and the other one cuts out three rectangle openings.  Both cut out stitching on the inside of the circles and rectangles as well as the outside.   We also used the Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper to make this.  You can get this Designer Series Paper for FREE with a qualifying purchase

This card was super easy and quick to make.  I first took a piece of Penguin Playmates DSP and cut out the circles using a Picture This Die.  Then I used the Layering Circles to cut out the various critters that are also in the Penguin Playmates DSP.  I stamped the sentiment using the Penguin Place stamp set in Misty Moonlight ink and cut that out using the Layering Circles dies too.  Then I added all the animals and sentiment circle to the backside of the DSP using Multipurpose Glue.  I adhered that to a Fresh Freesia card base.  I think this makes such a cute, sweet card for a child.

As I said earlier the Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper is part of the Sale-a-bration offerings. One side of the paper has designs and the other side has all different animals and you can get it for free with a $50 order until the end of September. It coordinates perfectly with the Penguin Place Bundle which includes the stamp set of the same name and the Penguin Builder Punch (you can save 10% if you purchase them in a bundle).  If you purchase this Bundle and the Picture This die set you can get the Penguin Playmates Designer Series Paper (or many other things in the Sale-a-bration Catalog) for FREE!

This is what both sides of this paper look like.

Stampin Up Penguin Playmates

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