What’s New At SU – Still Sale-A-Brating

Today, I’m joining The What’s New at Stampin Up Blog Hop. We are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who are Hoppin’ with exciting ideas to share with you. Today we will feature products from the Sale-A-Bration Catalog. I know you will find a lot of wonderful ideas shared here.

Today, I’m using the Happy Birthday To You stamp set, which is one of the FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp sets. I have to be honest, this was not a stamp set that I was excited about. The cake really looked like a wedding cake to me. And it actually would make a great wedding cake on a wedding card. But, the more I saw it being used, the more I really liked it as a over-the-top, fancy birthday cake. I’m sold.

For my cake, I colored it in three different layers, the base cake layer and then two layers of flowers. And you know what? I didn’t even have to hand cut all those flowers. I purchased the coordinating Birthday Dies Set and it made it so much easier.

I love that the coordinating dies made this so much easier to make. And actually, the cake really did turn out beautiful. Almost good enough to eat!

I hope you enjoyed today’s project. If you have any questions about how to put all this together, just let me know. 

As you go through the What’s New Hop, be sure to leave comments on each page in the Hop letting us know what you liked. To get to the next page in the Hop, click the Next button below to see Loni’s amazing work. 

To go back to the page prior to mine in the Blog Hop, click the Previous button below and you can see Sharon’s fabulous project.

If you think you missed anyone along the way, you can click on the link below and it will take you right to their Blog.

Tricia Butts- Tricia’s Stamping Creations

Sharon Burkert- As the Ink Dries

Diane Browning- 247inkspiration

Loni Spendlove- Creative Juice by Loni

Heather Cooper- Playing with Paper Crafting

Brenda Copper- Stamping with the Copper Cropper 

Jackie Bultje- The Pampered Stamper

Current Specials

It’s that time of year… Sale-A-Bration! There are three ways to earn rewards. Contact me to find out how.

As if Sale-A-Bration couldn’t get any better, Stampin Up released some new coordinating products to coordinate with the first release!

Cheers to seven years! This March, Paper Pumpkin celebrates their seventh anniversary. To thank everyone who has helped us along the way, we’re including an additional FREE stamp set with every March kit, which means that every subscriber will receive two stamp sets! This kit will contain supplies for 12 cards and envelopes (4 cards of 3 designs). You have until March 10th to sign up to get this kit. If you select one of the prepaid Paper Pumpkin subscriptions (3, 6, or 12 month options), you qualify for Sale-A-Bration rewards too! Just think, you get Paper Pumpkin for the next year AND four FREE Sale-A-Bration items. What a deal! Our Anniversary kits are always pretty awesome. You definitely don’t want to miss out. Subscribe today!

Check out the brand NEW Paper Trimmer! It’s now available for purchase at a great price of $25! I’ve been using mine for a few weeks now and it’s amazing. This trimmer cuts like butter… just slide and glide right across the paper. It even cuts multiple sheets of card stock at one time. Blade refills are now available.

5 Responses to “What’s New At SU – Still Sale-A-Brating”

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  1. Jackie Bultje says:

    Lovely card Diane. The blog hop link told me that the site was not available, but when I clicked on home I found it. Thanks for the inspiration.

  2. Very pretty card! Love the cake and how you colored the flowers.

  3. coppercropper says:

    Beautiful Card, I love all the little details, the subtle embossing ,the little touch of bling and the layered flowers.

  4. Who wouldn’t love to get that card for their birthday??

  5. hcooper52 says:

    Lovely colours in this card, Diane! And the Subtle Embossing Folder is my current favourite, I think! Thanks for sharing this.

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