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This is also a WONDERFUL time to become a demonstrator! The new Annual Catalog coming out is one very good reason, but there's more!
When you sign-up to become a demonstrator by June 30, 2015, you will receive your choice of two stamp sets from the new 2015-2016 annual catalog for free in your Starter Kit!
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Now for the card! I LOVE this new stamp set, You've Got This! The background stamp is wonderful, and the flower stamp is beautiful! It also has three great greeting stamps. This was one of the stamp sets I was able to order before it came out in the new catalog. I love this great benefit for being a demonstrator!
- I inked the background stamp with Tip Top Taupe ink, stamped it onto a piece of scrap paper, and then stamped it onto the Whisper White cardstock. I wanted a lighter version of the color so the flower would show up better.
- I stamped the flower with Tuxedo Black Memento ink, and then colored it in with Watermelon Wonder, Mint Macaron, and Delightful Dijon Stampin' Write Markers.
- After embossing the Tip Top Taupe layer with the Zig Zag Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, I wrapped a 7" piece of Mint Macaron Lace Trim around the middle of the layer, and attached the lace trim ends to the back. I then tied a 5" piece of the same lace trim onto the right side of the attached trim with a single knot.
- I made the banner end of the greeting strip using the new Banner Triple Punch. I punched the right end first, and then stamped the greeting. I attached it to the card with Stampin' Dimensionals.
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