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Hi Everyone,
Welcome to another wonderful Blogging Friends Blog Hop. We are demonstrators from all over and love to share our inspirations. This month we are sharing products from the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog that was released recently. I hope you enjoy your time going from my blog onto the the next hop.

One of my first favorites from the new Annual Catalog is the Varied Vases stamp set. This set is so fun to play with and see all the varying things you can do. This is a 2-step stamp set and you can get twice the amount of styles. For the flowers, I used both stamps to get the outline look. I simply used the base of the leaves without the outline stamp and I really like the bold look to match the bold blue scallop stamp. I then used the outline of the scallop on it's own to accent the Pineapple Punch. My inspiration for this card was from another card I recently designed and posted about for the CTS Design Challenge. 

For this project, I designed a clean and simple version for the CTS challenge. One of the things I love in the new catalog is the 2018-2020 In-Colors. They are so bold and primary in color. They all go well together too. 
Of course I couldn't just share one project from the new catalog. There are so many wonderful product, it was so hard to decide on what to share. Then I realized that I have a once a month stamping group that just happened, and that I could highlight our projects from it since all of them feature new products.


This first project is clean and simple, but stunning! I used the new Country Road Stamp set with Crumb Cake, Mossy Meadow, and Soft Sea foam Cardstocks. There are so many possibilities with this set. It will be my Stamp of the Month Club set for August.


This project makes me smile. I love the bold and rich colors. It features the new Call Me Clover In-Color, Crushed Curry, and Berry Burst. The DSP is from the Animal Expedition DSP. The new Dandelion Wishes Stamp set was also used. This set is my Stamp of the Month for July. Sign up by July 5th to participate. Did you notice the polka dot ribbon. This is one of my favorites!


I have to confess, but when I first saw the Rooted in Nature Suite, I didn't think I would like it too much. Well I have to tell you, it has taken me way outside my normal style of stamping! I love everything about the stamp set, framelits, and coordinating papers. This card uses the wonderfully returned Blackberry Bliss, Blushing Bride, and the Nature's Poem DSP. Oh my the DSP!


A little Wink of Stella and the Leaves Trinkets take this card overboard and I like it! The Blackberry Bliss is so beautiful, especially with the Nature's Poem DSP. 

Speaking of DSP, there is a special that has begun today. Purchase 3 packs of designer series paper and get 1 package free. That's a great deal. I love DSP, so I know I will be scooping up this deal. There are 10 packs to choose from. Take a look at the chart below for the packs that qualify for this sale. 


It's so much fun to begin the month with a great blog hop and to have such a great promotion begin. There is more to share, so be sure to hop on over to the next blogging friend's post for today.

If you are in need of any products you can place an order online. I appreciate you choosing me as your demonstrator. Be sure to use my July Hostess Code #JB7GKWVE for your chance to win hostess rewards This chance ends in just a couple of days. A minimum $25.00 qualifies you. If you place a $150 order, don't use the hostess code. You qualify for your own hostess benefits. Please do not mark "No Contact" when you order. I won't be able to contact you if you win the July Hostess. 


Remember that when you order on-line, you can earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you order, you receive 1 loyalty bucks. Collect 20 loyalty bucks and you receive $30.00 free merchandise. Be sure to comment and share this blog. I'd love to hear from you. You can subscribe at the top of my blog. Also, if you are ready to begin your New Color Collection, check out my Color Revamp Club opportunities.

Happy Stampin'

Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper




Mary Blocher (You are Here)




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