WATCH IT WEDNESDAY CATCH UP WITH HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOU STAMP SET

Hello and welcome to today's blog post recapping on my regular Watch it Wednesday feature that takes place over on my Facebook page at 8.30pm each Wednesday evening. 

During these sessions I create two cards using a variety of different Stampin' Up! products and papercraft techniques. 

For this week's live card making session, I used the FREE Happy Birthday to You stamp set and the new coordinating dies called Birthday Dies that will be available to purchase on the 4th February while stocks last only. 

We used the stamp set during this weeks' Coffee and Card session so it was nice to show how you can use this stamp set in a completely different way as well.  


This card has been put together using the flowers that are part of the decoration on the cake.  What's fab is one of the dies in the new coordinating set will cut out just the flowers making this set of products really versatile and so easy to use!


This stamp set was featured at this week's Coffee and Card session so it was nice to show how you could adapt the same design using the new coordinating dies.


Click HERE to watch the video back and see exactly how these cards were put together!



I have used the following products and tools to put this project together:
Click on the images below for further details and to add them to your shopping.

Birthday Dies
[153590]
£25.00
Paper Trimmer
[152392]
£23.00


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Have a great day!



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