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Some simple silhouettes

For the first time, Stampin’ Up!  has offered a 15% discount on brand new stamps when they first came out.  One of the stamps on sale was Pocket Silhouettes and when I saw them, I thought they would be so versatile and I had to take advantage of the sale.  Since it was one of the sets I kept out of the moving boxes, I decided to try them out on a couple cards.

Both of these cards were simple designs and the vintage violet card was designed by accident. 🙂  I was trying to figure out what kind of design to make and when picking up scraps I ended up setting them down in a layout close to the end result and the rest built from there.

Pocket Silhouettes
Ink: Basic Black, Going Grey Stampin’ Write marker
Paper: Vintage Violet CS, Basic Black CS, Certainly Celery DSP (retired), Apricot Appeal DSP (retired)
Accessories: none

Pocket Silhouettes, Best Yet hostess set
Ink: Baja Breeze
Paper: Baja Breeze CS, Tangerine Tango CS, Certainly Celery DSP
Accessories: none

This great 15% off deal is good on 11 stamp sets only until the end of September.  See the full list of sale stamps here and view them in the current idea book and catalog.

Images copyright 1990–2008 Stampin’ Up!


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