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Second Stampiversary Giveaway

TWENTY YEARS is a very long time to be doing something, yet that is just how long I've been a demonstrator with Stampin' Up!® Yes, it's a long time, but the years have gone so fast, and I've enjoyed every minute of it.

Over the years I've made some projects that I've loved so much that every couple of years I go back and make it again. Some projects are just worth resurrecting. They're fun and clever and unique and can be very different, depending on the supplies used to make it. so I use new products to make the same thing, and they just keep getting better every time I make them.

The most recent project I resurrected is the Hanging Basket, perfect for a doorknob on May Day or Mother's Day, this one is a snap to put together! Wednesday in my most recent What's Up! Stampers?, I made this Mother's Day hanging basket, a design that I first made back in March of 2014. It stands the test of time!

Designer Series Paper:

Four pieces 3/4" x 6"

Coastal Cabana Cardstock for top band:

3/4" x 6 3/4"

Coastal Cabana Cardstock for handle:

1/2" x 11"

You can head to my Facebook page to see the full video from that day, including my quick tutorial on how to use the Foam Adhesive Sheets to create "MOM."

So this brings me to my next Stampiversary Giveaway, which involves the products I used in this project. Purchase the Pattern Play Bundle (the Playful Alphabet Dies and the Pattern Play stamp set), and I'll give you the Pattern Play Designer Series Paper for FREE! Good through April 30, 2021!

Then, in my humble opinion, I really think you need to come full circle and watch my original video from 2014. :) Keep in mind that most of the products used in the seven-year-old video are no longer available, but the project is worth keeping on your radar as you celebrate people in your life. Fill it with treats before leaving it on someone's doorknob. This sweet treat is sure to wow everyone!

For a list of products I used to create this project in 2021, see below. Each pic is also a link to the product in my online store.

Stamping blessings!


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