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Love @ first sight ... Sentimental Journey

I want to personally thank the designer of this versatile stamp set from Stampin Up. It is a simply superb stamp set with images to die for. The Airplane, suitcase, car, sentiments...they are all so cool and fabulous. This is the first image I am posting with this fabulous stamp set (many more to come). This is a 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch card using Very Vanilla & Chocolate Chip card stock from Stampin Up.

1) Cut the card from a 8 1/2 x 11 inch sheet of card stock (each sheet gives you 2 standard cards - isn't that awesome) vertically at 4 1/4 inch.
2) Score it at 5 1/2 and get a crisp fold using the Stampin Up Bone folder (another must have tool from Stampin Up).
3) Cut a piece of Chocolate chip card stock at 4 x 5 1/4 inches.
4) Stamp the images on scraps of Very Vanilla Card stock using Chocolate Chip Classic Ink and cut the images leaving a 1/8 of an inch border.
5) Cut the word TRAVEL into individual letters.
6) Pop the images on the Chocolate Chip piece post adhering it to the base card with Stampin Up Dimensional
7) Pop the word TRAVEL in a zigzag manner vertically.

Simple yet a elegant card. If you want to order supplies or have any questions write to me at creative.expression.2010@gmail.com. Yes there are special offers for stampers ordering $50 or more (before Shipping & Handling and Tax).

So send me your orders now...

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  1. I agree, this stamp set is GREAT!!! It was a must have for me as soon as I saw it.

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