Newsprint Tree & Weekly Deals

I challenged myself this am to make a project with at least 3 of the weekly deals on it!

Here’s what I came up with:


I hadn’t used Lovely as a Tree in a really long time so I grabbed that.  I stamped it in Early Espresso ink, Old Olive sponge daubered the leaves and sponged the Typeset DSP with Sahara Sand ink.  The greeting is from the Watercolor Wishes kit.  The card is Wisteria Wonder cs, then a layer of Early Espresso with the Typset paper on top.

By the way, SU says they are updating the Clearance Rack tomorrow!  I’ll check it out and post back then!

weekly Deals graphic

Here are this week’s items on sale with Stampin’ Up!  I know a few of you love seam binding, so be sure to pick up the Wisteria ribbon.  The 1/16″ hole punch is for brads and very tiny holes, which you can really just use your paper piercer instead.   The 1/8 is one I use the most for ribbon and tags.  The venetian trim is just a nice, vintage ivory ribbon that is crochet.  You can’t go wrong with Olive twine since your flower cards have green leaves and it’s a nice accent!

Go Stamp Something!


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6 Responses to Newsprint Tree & Weekly Deals

  1. Love the look of stamping on the newsprint!

  2. Jane Marshall says:

    Love the card!

    Sent from my iPhone


  3. Thanks! It seemed a little more vintage so I tried it out.

  4. nancy says:

    I really like the set Lovely as a tree. This is a great card for men. Love all your ideas. Again thanks for the accents. Can’t wait till the Holiday catalog comes out.

  5. I guess there is a reason that set has lasted SO many years! It’s a classic!

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