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United Through Creativity

May 25, 2021

Have you seen the amazing United Through Creativity FREE PDF download that Stampin’ Up! has available for demonstrators and customers. It’s 14 pages of images and greetings in all the languages in which Stampin’ Up! has a market. I love it and best of all once you download it, it never retires. So don’t delay head to my store and download your copy to keep and use forever.

Today I am sharing with you the first card that I made using this fabulous resource. I printed the page with the four small floral images and lots of greetings onto Basic White card. I coloured the flowers using Granny Apple Green, Highland Heather, Light Daffodil Delight and Dark Real Red Stampin’ Blends. Once I coloured the images I cut them out. I punched Basic White card using the Postage Stamp Punch and attached the punched pieces to Pool Party card using dimensionals.

The panel is attached to scored and folded Thick Basic White card. I attached the three floral images to the postage stamp panels and the last image to the inside of the card. I punched out the greeting using the Double Oval Punch and sponged a little Real Red ink around the edges before attaching it to the card front. I am absolutely amazed at how gorgeous these images are once you print them out and add a little colour. So don’t delay, head on over to my store and download your free copy.

I am sure to be sharing more cards made with this amazing download in the future, so don’t forget to pop in regularly so you don’t miss out on some inspiration.

Bye for now,


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Visit my online store to download your copy of the United through Creativity PDF.

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