Stampin’ Up! Forever Lovely Card

Hello!

I’ve been playing with the Forever Lovely bundle for a Valentine Themed Team Swap. The romantic in me is a big fan of this bundle but the frugal crafter in me also loves it as it’s so versatile! I always go for products that can be used in several different ways.

Stampin’ Up! Forever Lovely

You can buy the stamps and dies separately but buying them together will save you 10%! It will also qualify you for a FREE Sale-a-Bration gift.

I chose Lovely Lipstick, Whisper White and Crumb Cake for my colour palette. The little hearts look so cute in Lovely Lipstick! It’s super easy too as it’s just one stamp.

Did you spot the new Rectangle Framelit? They are a MUST have.

I mentioned at the top of the page that this project is a team swap, do check back to ooh and aah at all the lovely projects I received in return. They will be posted over the next week or so.

All the supplies are listed below and if you have any questions or comments, I’d love to hear from you.

Product List
Forever Lovely Photopolymer Bundle
£45.00
Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies
£33.00
Big Shot
£102.00
Big Shot Die Brush - New Configuration
£11.75
Precision Base Plate
£23.00
Whisper White A4 Card Stock
£9.00
Crumb Cake A4 Card Stock
£8.00
Lovely Lipstick Classic Stampin' Pad
£7.00
Linen Thread
£4.75
Rhinestone Basic Jewels
£4.75
Stampin' Dimensionals
£3.75
Glue Dots
£5.00

I hope you enjoyed this project! To earn FREE goodies use the Online Host Code on the right. If you spend over £150 you keep the rewards AND receive a gift from me!

Esther XX

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