Monday, May 1, 2017

Stampin' Up It's A Sara Thing April 2017 Paper Pumpkin Kit - II

We had some nasty, nasty thunderstorms this morning.  It seemed like they were right over our house.  The thunder woke everyone in the house including my fish, Marvin!  The cats hid under the bed.  And, my internet was out for a while.

The Eastern Palace Suite Bundles went live today for all Customers to order.  This is something new that Stampin' Up is offering all Customers.  You can order on-line from me at and please chose me, Lynn Gauthier, as your Demonstrator.

Stampin' Up also restocked the Clearance Rack last week.  There's some awesome, awesome deals.  And, don't forget about the Retiring List of Products.

Well, Stampin' Up It's a Sara Thing Paper Pumpkin refill kit is sold out already!  Stampin' Up anticipated it would sell out quickly and it sure did.

My share for today is an Alternate Card that I designed using Stampin' Up's It's a Sara Thing Paper Pumpkin Kit that SU's CEO, Sara Douglass, designed.  It's amazing and so full of product.  We even got a free gift of four water color pencils with our kit this month.   I've tried them out and I have to say that I'm addicted.

Let's take a look:

This kit is so much fun and I could play around with it forever.  There is so much opportunity here!

I scribbled with the Melon Mambo Water Color Pencil onto a piece of the Water Color Paper from the kit and used the Brush from the kit with some water to move the Water Color around from side-to-side.

Using the Splatter stamp from the kit, I stamped my Splatters using the Basic Black Ink Cube from the kit onto the Water Color Panel as shown in the picture above.  

I trimmed out a portion of one of the Lemon Lime Twist, Black and White striped Envelopes to measure 3-1/4" x 4-5/8".

I curled up the left corner of the Water Color Panel and adhered it to the Envelope Panel with Mono Multi Purpose Glue and then to my Card Base with Stampin' Dimensionals.

I adhered 3 pieces of the Washi Tape included in the kit to the Water Color Panel as shown in the picture above.

Once I decided where to place my Glitter Flowers, I adhered the Leaf Stickers to the Water Color Panel as shown in the picture above.  (6 Stickers; 3 Garden Green, 3 Old Olive)  I also adhered two more Leaf Stickers underneath the curled up corner.

I adhered Lemon Lime Twist and a Rich Razzleberry Flower with the Glue Dots from the kit over the Washi Tape.

Using the It's a Sara Thing Stamp Set included in the kit, I stamped my Sentiment onto one of the Banners from the kit.  I used the side of the Melon Mambo Water Color Pencil and went around the edges of the Banner.  I went over the Water Color Pencil marks with the Brush and some water to move the ink around in lines around the Banner.  I adhered the Banner to the two Glitter Flowers with Glue Dots and used double height of Stampin' Dimensionals under the right side of the Banner.

I adhered a Melon Mambo Glitter Flower to the left side of the Banner.

I adhered some Daffodil Delight Circle Enamel Shapes from my stash to the center of each Glitter Flower.

For the inside of my Card:  Using the Splatter stamp, I stamped the splatters in Lemon Lime Twist 4 times around in kind of a circle shape.

I then I stamped the 4 stamps as shown in the picture above for my Sentiment.  (I stamped the You. I lined up the 2 stamps, Are and The and stamped them next. And then I stamped the Best).

I wish I could send this to Heaven for my Mom!

That's all I have for today.  I hope you enjoyed my blog post!  Thanks for stopping by!

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I recently discovered that people are using my cards and/or projects, duplicating them and entering them into challenges, using them for their own card classes and (using them on their blogs as their own creations) - Please give credit where credit is due.  My cards and projects are my own creations and are not to be used in challenges, blog hops, card classes or sold at craft shows; etc., for profit.  I don't mind if you duplicate my creativity to pass on to family members or friends as gifts or Occasions cards; but,  PLEASE be considerate of others creativity!  Thank you!

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