Thoughtful Branches – Only available until 31st August 2016

Get yours before it’s too late.

Ok so that is the sales pitch over. But there is no doubt this is a gorgeous stamp set and matching Dies and time is running out.

Thoughtful Branches Giftbox Notecards

I  have used Stampin’ UP! notecards for this project, there are 20 notecards and envelopes in the pack.  The simple box is created using a piece of cardstock 5¾” x 7¼” scored on all sides at 1″. Thank you to Eveline Van Heijst for the dimensions for the box.

Products used to create the gift box and five notecards:

  • Whisper White Notecards (20 per pack)
  • Whisper White cardstock
  • Night of Navy Cardstock
  • Night of Navy Inkpad
  • Gold Encore Ink Pad (r)
  • Gold and Copper Foil Sheets for Matting
  • Thoughtful Branches Bundle which includes Stamp Set and Framelits Dies
  • Belly Band is made from Foil Designer Acetate

With the exception of the Encore Ink Pad which is now retired, all items are available from my online shop (Australian residents only).

 

 

6 thoughts on “Thoughtful Branches – Only available until 31st August 2016

  1. Lovely use of this set Barbara. I think you have showcased it beautifully. It’s the first time I have looked at this set and thought maybe I do NEED to have this lol. X

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    1. Oh Debbie thank you so much. I really appreciate your comment. I try to do something different with my stamps and dies. By the way, you definitely NEED this set. The possibilities are many.

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  2. Gorgeous. This notecard set would absolutely be a lovely gift, and great for craft fairs. I really like the navy and gold together. Very classy!

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  3. I really like the thoughtful branches and wish it was available for purchase outside of Australia. Do you do any how to videos? I’m new to Scrapbooking and cardmaking. I’m trying to learn the basics.

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    1. I’m not sure where you are Laina, but Stampin’ UP! is available in many countries. USA, Canada, Germany, Japan, Australia and Europe. All you need to do is find a demonstrator in your area. Go to the Stampin’ UP! website at http://www.stampinup.com and go to the find a demonstrator page. You could also try google and cardmaking 101., or cardmaking basics.

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