Thanks for taking a peek at the Sale-a-bration 2016 International Stampin’ Up! Blog Hop!
You may be joining me from Julie Kettlewell’s blog! You can find a list of the participating demonstrators at the bottom of this post.
Sale-a-bration is a promotion offered by Stampin’ Up! from Jan 5 to March 31, 2016. It is the best deal ever for paper crafters: spend $60 Canadian, and receive a free item out of the Sale-a-bration Catalogue! This includes exclusive stamps, designer series paper and Project Life Cards. We are half way through the promotion, and Stampin’ Up! decided to spice things up for you! They have added NEW items to the catalogue. This blog hop is to help you see our 2016 Sale-a-bration product line in action.
The Sale-a-bration product I wanted to highlight for you is our exclusive Project Life cards that you can earn! Not only do these Project Life cards look adorable in an album, you can repurpose them into other projects such as this fold-out mini album.
The belly band slides off and the album folds open:
You can see the project life cards are mounted to the fold out portion. What’s really fun about these Project Life cards is that some of the cards are embossed (can you see the shine not them?). I sponged ink onto the cards to make them really pop before I added them to the album. The rest of the cards are printed window sheets. You can see the black frame and the blue arrows are window sheet Project Life cards from this collection.
Want to make this album? Here’s what you need to know:
- The dimensions for the fold out album are 11×4″
- I scored the 11×4″ sheet at 3″, 6-1/8″, and 9-1/8″
- The fold out cards are 8×3″
- I trimmed the Project Life cards to 2-7/8″x3-7/8″ before mounting them
- These Project Life Cards are earned free with a $60 Stampin’ Up! order from my store.
Thanks for checking out my projects! I highly recommend that you hop all the way around the world to see some really fab projects from my fellow Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. To guide you, here is the list of participating demonstrators. Your next stop: Connie Collins!
Here are the supplies I used:
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