Delicate Details Delivers a Delicious Deal during Sale-a-Bration

By | 14th February 2017
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Sale-a-Bration Delicate Details Stamp Set by Stampin’ Up!

Delicate Details Stamp Set by Stampin’ Up! can pack a punch!

I think that the Delicate Details Stamp Set from the Sale-a-Bration Catalogue is one of those sets that can be easily overlooked.  When I first looked at it, I though ‘a bit blah’, it won;t be a favourite and added it to my stash (perhaps never to be seen again).  But then I wanted to create my February Thank You cards and this set just jumped out at me.  I easily envisaged placing all the strips on one large block  (F Block) and stamping the images at the top of the card and then reversing the block and stamping a mirror image at the bottom.  How quick and easy did this turn out to be.  And there was just enough room for the sentiment in between the two patterns of a standard card size (5-1/2″ x 8-1/4″- A4).

It did need a sentiment that added some BANG and again I went to a previously overlooked stamp set call Double Take, new from the Occasions Catalogue.  The sentiments from this stamp set just jumped off the page, making a fairly plain card into something that did pack a punch.  Each of the sentiments used a two step stamping technique in two different contrasting but coordinating colours (Emerald Envy/Mint Macaron; Sahara Sand/Night of Navy; and Bermuda Bay/Night of Navy).

This turned out to be a very simple one layer card something I don’t do too often.  With this stamp set you can whip up lots of cards in a short period of time.  I also decorated the inside of the card with a single lace image row in one of the colours used in the sentiment.

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How else can you make the Delicate Details Stamp Set one of your ‘go-to’ stamps?

Each of the images from this stamp set works well when heat embossed, especially when using white embossing powder.  It would work well as a feature with other layers.  Check out pinterest for lots of other ideas.

How to get the Delicate Details Stamp Set for FREE?

If you are new to Stampin’ Up! or if you have never heard of Sale-a-Bration, you are in for quite a wonderful surprise!  Sale-a-Bration is Stampin’ Up!’s annual sales event where you get to earn free product for buying the Stampin’ Up! supplies you love.  It is the best time of the year for lovers of Stampin’ Up!

  • Who Enjoys Sale-a-Bration?  Everyone – but mostly YOU.
  • What Can You Earn During Sale-a-Bration? Earn amazing, limited-time products during Sale-a-Bration.  You can earn one FREE exclusive item from the Sale-a-Bration brochure for every $90 you spend (before shipping and handling).  If you spend $180, you earn two FREE items and so on…..

For individual customer orders or qualifying combined orders greater than $400 (perhaps from a workshop you host), you can earn an additional $40 in Stampin’ Rewards during Sale-a-Bration.  What an amazing deal.

Sale-a-Bration, Stampin' Up! Ann's PaperWorks, Ann Lewis, Stampin' Up! (Aus)|Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalogue| online store

Between January 4 and March 31, you get to select 2 free stamps sets of your choice when you buy Stampin’ Up!’s Starter Kit. The Starter Kit is already a great deal ($235 of free product for just $169 including free shipping), but you get 2 additional stamp sets at any value during Sale-a-Bration. Could it get any better? Yes!  You can also be a part of my Crafty Paper Bees team. If you have ever thought about joining, please contact me at with any questions or if you are seeking further information. You don’t have to live in Brisbane to join my team – there are so many options nowadays for me to provide any necessary support.  You can join directly online.

Stampin' Up! Ann's PaperWorks, Ann Lewis, Stampin' Up! (Aus)|Stampin' Up! 2017 Occasions Catalogue| online store

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