The Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper has a lot of pretty patterns.  One of them I used on this greeting card coordinates with the free Sale-a-bration Fresh Vintage stamp set.  Even so, this card is a no stamping card.

 

Usually I show you the full card first, then break down the elements.  Let's try a different approach today.  I will start with the different Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper and Ribbon/Brads Pack, both free Stampin' Up! 2012 Sale-a-bration choices.  

 

Don't know what I mean by free Sale-a-bration choices?   During the Stampin' Up! 2012 Sale-a-bration promotion (January 24 – March 31, 2012 only), you get your choice of one of the 20 Sale-a-bration products with every $50 in Stampin' Up! purchases!  Naturally the total is before shipping and sales tax.  No limit to how many FREE Sale-a-bration products you can earn!

 

Sound good?  Of course.  FREE is fun!  Ten of the 20 Sale-a-bration products are limited-edition.  After March 31, 2012 they will be gone for good.  The Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper and Ribbon/Brad Pack are both limited-edition products for Sale-a-bration.

 

 Okay, let's get to my Everyday Enchantment no stamping card.  Looking over all the 12 pretty patterns of the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper, one stood out as much more than a background paper.  With the large flower designs, it can easily be used as the focal point of a greeting card.

 

I started my card by cutting out a rectangle with a flower stem with two flowers on it and two more on either side.  The from the same paper, I cut out the larger flowers there were fully displayed. 

 

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Did you notice how the flowers are popped up?  I used Stampin' Dimensionals to give added depth and dimension to my greeting card.  Here is a side view so you can really see the added dimension.

 

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My background paper, now focal point, rectangle was given one more added touch of  dimension with a flower brad from the Everyday Enchantment Ribbon/Brad Pack.

 

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The edges of many of the patterns of Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper looks aged.  You can see this effect well on the striped pattern.

 

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If you are a regular follower of my stamping blog, you know how I feel about naked edges of background paper.  To cover the naked edge where the two different patterns meet, I used the sheer Lucky Limeade 1/8" Organdy Ribbon from the Everyday Enchantment Ribbon/Brad Pack.

 

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Now you've seen the elements of my no stamping greeting card, let's have a look at the entire card.

 

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When I look at this card, I don't think no stamping.  Do you?  I simply see a pretty card, if I do say so myself. 

 

If you would like to make some no stamping cards like this, I invite you to place your Stampin' Up! order in my online store.  To get the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper and Everyday Enchantment Ribbon/Brad Pack, it would require either one $100 order of Stampin' Up! products or two $50 orders. 

 

When you order online from Shelly, you enter into the Stamping Smiles Online Ordering Oasis!  After only 3 orders of $25 or more, you earn FREE shipping on the fourth order!  It is that easy.  No punch cards.  You don't have to wait until you spend hundreds of $$$ to earn your FREE shipping reward.   Just place your 4th order within one year of the first. 

 

 

Life is complicated enough, ordering the best stamping and scrapbooking supplies available should not be.  It isn't with the Stamping Smiles Online Ordering Oasis rewards program.  Enter into the oasis now with your first order on www.stampinsmiles.stampinup.net!

 

 Stampin' Up! Sale-a-bration is only here for a limited time! 

 



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