Sunday, March 31, 2013

Kindness Matters

Hello Stampers!  I'm super excited to share with you my creation for our Sunday Stamps challenge this week.  Hayley is our host this week and she has a cool sketch for your inspiration.  This is a fun sketch to show off some of your favorite dsp. Come and play along with us this week and check out what my fellow Sunday Stamps designers have created.

Are you scratching your head trying to figure which current dsp this is? Well, it's not in the current annual catalog or the spring catalog because it's a new product line that will debut in the new 2013-2014 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog. So excited, it's from the new line called This and That and you can purchase the entire bundle now until April 30th.  If you purchase it now, you save 15% off the entire bundle. So don't miss out.  You can shop directly from my online store. I love the colors in this collection. I can't believe that in just two months we'll have a brand new catalog with all new dsp collections.

Another cool thing that is brand new is the washi tape, I used the crumb cake one. It's so fun to use and it was easy to create the ruffles with it. You get 3 different colors for less than $5! Check out this cool video showcasing more products from this bundle.

Epic Day This and That Journal
Epic Day This and That Designer Series Paper
Remember This and That Rotary Stamp
Epic Day This and That Designer Stickers
Epic Day This and That Designer Washi Tape
Epic Day This and That Bundle
Includes the five This and That products listed above. Only available in a bundle until April 30.
15% Off Retail Value!

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Hope you have a wonderful Sunday in the company of friends and family. Until next time.


  1. I WAS scratching my head! haha. The paper looks awesome! I have This & That on the truck now, should be delivered tomorrow :) I love this card - the buttons looks great!

  2. Great card Kathya! Love how you showcased the new product line... you're right, this is a great sketch to show off our DSP!


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