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Global Design Project #191


Hi Everyone,
Thanks for stopping in on this Saturday morning. I love having my weekends free from work and have time to stamp. Of course laundry is going too. Today I am submitting my project for the Global Design Project #191 sketch challenge. This week it's all about bees, birds, and butterflies. This perfect for spring into summer seasons.


The project I've created uses the Bird Ballad Laser Cut cards from the upcoming Stampin' Up! Annual catalog. The cards are part of the Bird Ballad Suite of products. There are so many wonderful things in the suite, I just don't know where to start.

The Stitched Label Nestled dies are perfect for your focal point on your card. I used 2 layering for the center image and saying. I love the soft bird and branch behind the saying. 

I love the 3/8" Scalloped Lace Trim. It is so pretty! The other great accessory is the Bird Ballad Trinkets. I laid them out in my first picture. They are so nice and add a bit of vintage feel to your projects. Be sure to check out more project submitted to the GDP#191 Challenge.

There are just a few days before the new annual catalog goes live. I would suggest that when you shop, consider purchasing the whole suite of products when they are available. All of the products in the suite go so well together and they provide you with endless possibilities. 

Thanks again for stopping in. Be sure to follow me for more posts and specials. Also, don't miss out on June's Paper Pumpkin kit. There are lots of reasons to spread a little kindness.

16 wonderful note cards with a carrying case
   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 the current hostess code #4MSHV9MR when placing your order. As a thank you for your order, I will send you a set of 3 hand stamped cards with envelopes. 

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 to award you with Loyalty Bucks or prizes.


Remember that when you order on-line, you can earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you order, you receive 1 loyalty buck. 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. 

Happy Stampin',
Mary Blocher
The PowerHuff Stamper

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  1. I won the GDP sketch challenge with this project. It was so fun!

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