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Sunday, 17 March 2013

Sunday Share

Good-day everyone!  Just a timely reminder that Sale-a-bration is almost over this year!  For my Sunday share, I am going back in time and updating it to the here and now!


The Twitterpated DSP was introduced in our last Summer Mini 2012.   This is a mini photo frame (thanks Jenny - I purchased a tutorial from her),  made out of  2 sheets of 6"x 6" DSP from the suite.  You can see the original post here.  My accent colours  are Riding Hood Red and I'd used the Apothecary Art stamp set and coordinating Framelits and Adorning accents Edgelits to embellish with.

You can see the difference in size what 6" makes - as opposed to a 12" x 12" sheet!  

Now here's the updated version - made out of 2 sheets of Sycamore Street DSP - FREE with a qualifying order during Sale-a-bration.  There's not much time left!  Hostesses who hold workshops and achieve £300 or more before shipping/handling get bonus benefits too!  Not only do they receive a "Bundle" - which comprises 3 items - a pack of Sycamore Street DSP (contains 12 sheets of 6 double sided designs, 2 sheets of each), a coordinating ribbon and button pack as well as the Madison Avenue Stamp Set available both in wood mount or clear mount,  they also get 50 Hostess pounds  spending spree plus 1 item at 50% discount in any of the current catalogues!  The clock is ticking so if anyone would like to make a purchase, email me and let me know asap!

So with your Hostess pounds, you could  get the "Just Thinking" single stamp (SS page 21), Window Framelits Dies, (SS page 35), Little Leaves Sizzlet, Flower Trim (SS page 5) some card stock and ink pads to duplicate this absolutely free!  That is, if you haven't got it already  ;-) .....and if you have there are lots more goodies to choose from both the Annual catalogue and Spring/Summer catalogue!

Here's the inside.  You can pop a photo in there and  do a bit of journaling too, if you wish, or be creative and add a bit more embellishment inside.   Bear in mind that it has to be flat, so that you can close up your frame without it bulking up too much.

Happy stamping!

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