Stampin’ Up! & Brand New Stampers





Do you remember the first time you stamped? How about the first card you created?

Was it at a Stampin’ Up! workshop, or card class?

I don’t remember either of those events, but I do remember what kept me wanting to stamp.

It was the fact that I had created something that I was proud to give.

I have a group of brand new stampers that I will be stamping with this week.

I think they are all new to Stampin’ Up!

I wanted to come up with a simple card but it was nice enough to use.

The day I sat down to make these projects, a happy accident occurred.

I am pretty bad about cleaning my stamps before I put them away. Usually I have a stack of empty stamp containers and  a bowl full of stamps I have used during my marathon card making session.

I end up putting them back in their containers, but some of them don’t always get cleaned.

I knew I wanted to use pink on one of the cards and soft suede as my neutral. I still needed to come up with a second color to serve as a more masculine color.

I pulled out Pretty in Pink and began to ink up and then stamp.

It seems there was some Summer Starfruit on my stamp from the last time I stamped.

I loved the combination of color.

Now, I had to recreated it, so new stampers could get the same effect.

The solution was simple…. ink up in Summer Starfruit, stamp off, re-ink in Pretty in Pink, and stamp your image.

While this might not give you a wow moment, I think back to my reaction as a new stamper, and I would have loved it!

I created several cards using the same stamped image just stepped up a notch or two.

Over the next few days I will share those with you.

All of the items are available 24/7 online CLICK HERE

Here are a few of the items used:

Just Believe Stamp Set w-116948 c-120453


Blessings from Heaven Stamp set w-123050 c-123052


Pretty in Pink Classic Ink Pad #126955 and Card Stock #100459

Pretty In Pink Ink PrettyInPinkCS

Summer Starfruit Card Stock #126839 and Classic Ink Pad #126991

SummerStarfruitCS SummerStarfruitInk

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