With only 10 days left for Sale a Bration, I think I have used all the free stamp sets, papers and accessories except the Sweet Soiree Memories and More Card Pack. They look pretty ho-hum in the package until you open them up!

Each pack includes  72 total double-sided cards!  52 3″ x 4″ cards (2 each of 26 designs) and 20 4″ x 6″ cards (2 each of 10 designs)  FREE with a $50 order.


So a few weeks ago, I sat down to check them out and made 10 easy cards in an hour!  Here are a few tips I learned along the way:

The smaller cards are 3×4″, so I added a layer behind those sized 3-1/4″ x 4/4″.  I added an embossed layer behind some of them, like the new Basket Weave folder.

I just love how most of the work is done already!  Just add card bases and sentiments.

Since these cards can be used for memory keeping photos, the larger cards are 4 x 6″.  My cards are 5-1/2″ so I cut down one end, glued it on top to make it 5-1/4″.  Then I covered the seam up with ribbon!

Just add a greeting!  The flowers and frame are already printed on them!

I used 2 of the smaller cards on this one:

Adding a sweet scallop circle, ribbon and a stamped greeting on the printed floral cards created a pretty card in a few minutes!

On the card below, I combined one large card panel and one small together.  All I stamped was the greeting – all the rest is pre-printed!

I cut a flower out of one of the printed cards and added it next to my stamped greeting:

2 cards in one!  I cut apart the hello and used the extra strips on the card on the right:

For some cards, I added some Wink of Stella Glitter pen, epoxy dots and the Fine Tip Glue Pen to highlight areas:

The card bases I used were 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″, scored in landscape position at 4-1/4″.  So they are all A2 sized.  I used Old Olive, Basic Gray, Rich Razzleberry and Thick Whisper White.

Sweet Soirée Memories & More Card Pack is #147353  Price: Free with a $50 order

If you decide to give them a try and order with me, I’ll send you the PDF measurements for all of the cards!  You can shop on my website HERE

Go Stamp Something!



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