3-2-1 Stamp Weds July 28, 2021: Floating Designer Series Paper

Which one do you like best? The top is on Basic White yardstick and the bottom is on a Pool Party card base.

My project on 3-2-1 FaceBook Live today showed you 2 versions of this card design. On the top card, I placed the panels on a acetate sheet and then onto the Basic White panel of the Hand-Penned Memories and More Cards and Envelope base. I turned the card base inside out so that the Pool Party patterned side was inside and the Basic White panel was on the outside. On the first card, I also used Foam Adhesive Strips to adhere the strips of Designer Series Paper directly to the acetate sheet and then used the same adhesive to glue the panel to the card base. It is raised more than the second version which used regular Stampin’ Seal to adhere the Designer Series Paper to the acetate sheet. Which version do you like best? Leave me a message here on my blog or today’s FaceBook Live post (see below for link to that!) and I’d love to hear what you think.

Here is the Christmas version I designed for a demonstrator tutorial coop I participate in. What do you think?

Tidings of Christmas Floating DSP

Click the 1st link below to access the tutorial for the Hand-Penned Floating DSP card so that you can download, view and/or print the tutorial if you wish. The 2nd link is to the 3-2-1 Stamp FaceBook Live recorded earlier this evening. I do a FaceBook Live each Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Receive notifications for new posts and tutorials by filling in the box below the “Follow My Blog” image on the right of this page (or look near the bottom of the page if you’re on a phone or tablet). You can also follow me on FaceBook at Ink and Sparkle Stamping with Sue.

Expressions in Ink Arrow Card 3-2-1 Stamp July 21, 2021 FaceBook Live CLICK here for video

If you live in Canada and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, please get in touch with me if you’d like a copy of the holiday mini catalogue and the Sale-A-Bration brochure. Yes … there really is a second round of Sale-A-Bration this year and there’s lots of fun inside. Starting August 3rd, every $60 Cdn you spend in any of the current catalogues gives you an item for free in the Sale-A-Bration brochure.

To sweeten the deal and give you even more for your shopping dollars, won’t you shop my BOGO (Buy One Get One) Retired product sale on August 20th 3:00-9:00 pm? For whatever total you have of retired products, that is the amount you get to spend in the current catalogues instead of paying me directly for the retired items. On top of that … for every $60 Cdn you spend with me, you get a free item out of the Sale-A-Bration brochure! How is that for extending the value of your crafting dollars? I thought you’d like it … Sale-A-Bration is the most wonderful time of the year at Stampin’ Up!

If your “must have list”of supplies is rather lengthy, consider choosing the Starter Kit without sales or business obligation. This Best Deal includes up to $165 of merchandise for your cost of $135 including shipping (GST still needs to be paid unfortunately!). Join the Stampin’ Up! community, use your minimum 20% demonstrator discount for as long as you like and make things work the way you want. Ask me about the even better deal that comes when Sale-A-Bration starts August 3rd. This is definitely the Best Best Deal for your crafting dollars!

If you live in Canada and do not already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would be happy to have you shop with me and if you’d like, I can get a new 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue to you. If you live in or near Edmonton and can come pick up your catalogue, there is no cost and I will include a few pieces of the 2021-2023 In-Color Cardstock and supplies to start making projects even before you get a chance to crack open your new Catalogue.

Contact me if you have Stampin’ Up! questions and I hope you enjoy using your free tutorial!

See you next Wednesday at 7:30 pm for 3-2-1 Stamp at Ink and Sparkle Stamping with Sue on FaceBook. Have a wonderful day and I hope to be Stampin’ with you again soon.

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