Stampin’ Up! UK CASE of Morning Meadow with a hint of Stretch Ruffle Trim

By | May 4, 2014

I often hear the refrain of ‘but I’m not artistic’ or ‘I don’t have the ideas’.  Quite frankly, I don’t always come up with original ideas either!  Luckily, Stampin’ Up! have a policy known as CASE-ing which stands for Copy and Share Everything.  Sometimes, I see a design online that gives me an idea, or maybe I copy the layout with different supplies, or in this case, I fall in love with the card and copy it almost EXACTLY!

Today’s project features the hostess set Morning Meadow.  I found the card on Pinterest by Cindy Techlin, you can see her original card here.  Every catalogue has a different group of hostess sets, and the current group will retire when our new annual catalogue comes out.  I will really miss this set, but I know it will have some great replacements in our annual catalogue.

Stampin' Up Morning Meadow with Stretch Ruffle Trim, Smoky Slate ands Strawberry Slush2-001


This set is only available until end of June and only available to hostesses or to anyone placing an order over £150 – it then costs just £10 of hostess credits! So, how do you get your hands on this stamp set, you can either place an order with me by e-mail or though my online shop for £150 or more or you can hold an event such as a workshop with me either in person or virtually and collect over £150 worth of sales.  You will then be able to spend your £25 hostess credits on anything you want in the catalogues including our very reasonably priced hostess sets.  Of course if your sales amount to more then £150, your hostess credits increase.

Click here to see our hostess benefits.

I will be back tomorrow to show you the same card in a different colourway, I wonder which one you will prefer…

Here is a close-up of one of the cards.

Stampin' Up Morning Meadow with Stretch Ruffle Trim, Smoky Slate ands Strawberry Slush1-001

I think the ruffle trim adds just enough to finish the card.  It’s a great ribbon and with its elasticated edging, you can wrap it around any shape you would like.  It looks great as a rosette, or on baby cards – my particular favourite!

Here is what you will need to recreate the card:

Until next time, have a lovely Sunday, and if you would like to book an event, please do get in touch.


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