As most of you know, the Stampin’ Up! Last Chance Products will be leaving soon, and the new catalog will begin on June 3rd.
Before we say goodbye, I want to give you a few more ideas for the beautiful Bird Ballad paper. So today’s post features Get Well, Birthday, and Thinking of You cards, and a few other Last Chance items.
The first card’s sentiment, Sending Healing Hugs, is from the So Sentimental stamp set. Die cut it with the coordinating Stitched So Sweetly dies for a perfect quick label. This bundle is carried over to the upcoming catalog, but you can order it now!
The sweet little birdies and the pink polka-dot layer are both from the Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper, which is retiring, and is on sale! While the coordinating Free as a Bird stamp set is available in the new catalog, it won’t be bundled with the Stitched Nested Labels dies at a 10% savings. So if you like the bundle, you’ll want to get it before the discount disappears.Product List
The layout for the second card uses the same two layers of Bird Ballad paper, but different patterns. The bottom layer is 3-1/4″ x 5″, and the flower layer is 2-3/4″ x 5″.
Stamp the duck from the Fable Friends stamp set, which is also on the Last Chance list. Color her with Petal Pink, Daffodil Delight and Calypso Coral Stampin’ Blends. NOTE: If you like to buy single Stampin’ Blends markers, take a look at the Last Chance list, because Stampin’ Blends will only be offered in combo packs in the 2020-2021 catalog.
Happy Birthday from this little duck, with help from the retiring Botanical Bliss stamp set! Just die cut the duck and sentiment with the Layering Ovals dies and pop them up with Stampin’ Dimensionals.Product List
Like the two previous cards, this one features two patterns from the Bird Ballad paper, with a more masculine look, but the same cutting dimensions.
If desired, add an additional strip of Smoky Slate card stock at the top to balance out the Smoky Slate sentiment.Product List
There you have it – 3 different looks for 3 occasions, all with the same pretty paper! What could you make with this Bird Ballad paper today? We’d love to see your creations on our Facebook page! So please share!