Rise & Shine for Sale-a-Bration

Have you heard about Stampin’ Up!’s reversibles stamps? These patent-pending, photopolymer stamps let you ink and stamp on both sides, giving you super-fun, mirror-image stamping and layering options.

And if this news isn’t cool enough, we have more: with our Sale-A-Bration second release (ends March 31), you can earn the reversibles, 15-piece Rise & Shine Stamp Set (item 152303) FREE. Wait! It gets even better. This set also coordinates with our Cup of Cheer Dies (item 151150). Just look at some of the cards you can make with this set!

As I started to plan a few cards using my new stamp set, I saw this week’s FMS426. And the challenge was on! Here’s the challenge template:

I wanted to create a similar card to the middle card above, but using the FMS426 as my guide. If you’ve followed me at all for a while, you will know that simple is not usually a word you would use to describe my cards. But today I created not 1, but 4 (!) what I’d call for me, simple cards. These first two use the Rise & Shine stamp set and the Subtle DSP papers. The “you’ve been on my mind” greeting is from the Butterfly Gala stamps.

I stamped only part of one of the greetings stamps for this card.

As I was finishing up the above cards, I noticed my heart and tulip cards from the Pleased as Punch DSP paper post (see it here). I decided to try another version of each of them using the FMS426 template. Again, fairly simple for my usual cards! This first one is a get well soon. I’m hoping I won’t need it in the near future, but it pays to be prepared. (P.S. Wash your hands and stay well everyone!)

These tulips reminded me of Easter, so I made this one my first Easter card…it’s just around the corner!

Here are some other examples of cards you can make with this Rise & Shine stamp set and the coordinating Cup of Cheer dies. Remember this stamp set is free with just $100 purchase! You know you want it!

If you buy the Cup of Cheer Dies (item 151150), your purchase goes toward earning the stamp set (minimum $100 order). Just add several packs of cardstock paper, several basic ink colors and SNAIL adhesive and dimensionals to get your order to total at least $100 to earn the Rise & Shine stamp set!

Here’s a suggested order to make some of the above cards and earn the Rise & Shine stamp set!

So don’t miss this opportunity, since Stampin’ Up! has brewed up this stamp set just for you—and it’s FREE with a minimum qualifying purchase of $100 USD.

Thanks for stopping by today! Happy cup of latte with your Rise & Shine stamp set!

Janice B at JB Stamper

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7 Responses to Rise & Shine for Sale-a-Bration

  1. Pingback: Tulips for Easter | JB Stamper

  2. Linda Callahan says:

    Wow your post is full of beautiful spring cards! Love them! So glad you shared one at FMS!


    • JB Stamper says:

      Thanks Linda! As usual I seem to carried away when a template inspires me! It was fun and I had a hard time deciding which one to submit to FMS426!


  3. Jen Brum says:

    Wow! What a great set of cards! I really do love that coffee cup set! It’s so versatile! Thanks for joining us this week at Freshly Made Sketches!


    • JB Stamper says:

      Thanks Jen! I loved the Christmas one also and never got to use it, so I decided to use the new set as soon as I got it. It’s fun to create with that stamp set.


  4. Jacquie says:

    What a fabulous post full of great designs! I love how you used our sketch at FMS!


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