Wednesday, August 6, 2014

A Little Something for Baby

Hello Stamping Friends,

Dropping by to share with you this cute little baby card. It uses the circle card thinlits that makes this fun fold card very easy to make. It cuts and scores for you, leaving the fun part of embellishing and designing for you to complete. Give this card to a mom-to-be or new mom and she just may forget to open the present you brought along because she's too busy "playing" with the card.

If you follow the directions on the packaging that comes with the framelits, you will not have a card that opens. I cut my cutstock at 8 1/2 x 11" and then lifted the right side of the cardstock to go through the framelit. With it above the metal, it won't cut the paper. However, the added bonus is that is will score the paper where you need it to fold so it will fit in a regular card sized envelope. Pretty cool, don't you think?
This is what the card will look like all closed up when you just pull it out of the envelope.

And here it is all opened up. Plenty of room to write a little message of congratulations. See the part with the arrows embossed? That is the extra piece so imagine that edge gone and that is what the card would look like without the flip open part (aka, if you followed the directions in the package. Obviously, I can't read, lol)
You will win 20% off your order with any order placed over $100 (if you reach the $150 mark you will also win Hostess benefits and delivery right to your front door, or wherever UPS delivers your goodies to)
You will win 15% off your order with any order between $51 and $99.99
You will win 10% off your order $50 or below.
Remember though winnings must be redeemed by Thursday, August 7, 2014 at 11:00 PM. Orders received by then will be eligible for the winning prizes.
This special is only available through Rachel Yurkanin, independent demonstrator for Stampin' Up! It does not apply to previous orders, hostess orders, or workshop orders. Offer expires at 11:00 PM Thursday, August 7, 2014, so act now.
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