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Something Old, Something New….

Something borrowed, something blue. 

Can you spot all these things on the card?  Old – New? – Borrowed? – Blue?  Leave us a comment about what's missing.

A Rose is A Rose set 

Something old:  The A Rose is A Rose stamp set #111560 is retiring the end of this month.  LOVE THOSE YELLOW ROSES! 

Something new is NOT the greeting from the Watercolor Trio stamp set (Wood-#117050 Clear #120084) that's featured in the Stampin' Up! Summer Mini Catalog.  The new thing is newer than that.

We threw in the Friends 24-7 set #113218 to too, but that's not a new set.  It's just nice.

Something borrowed:  Ann had a Brocade Blue Scalloped Circle laying around that she cut out with her Big Shot machine using the Scallop Circle Die #113468.  She borrowed that, sponged it with Night of Navy Ink using a dauber & cut a part off.  The Old Olive Satin Ribbon was borrowed from a piece that was laying around too.

Something blue:  Night of Navy & the Brocade Blue

So what's the Something New?  Leave us a comment & tell us what you think.  Then come back tomorrow & see if you picked right!

You may purchase any of these items here except the new thing isn't out yet.  You'll find it in the 2010-2011 Stampin' Up! catalog.  Want one?  Find out how you can get one from Ann for $5 or free here.  Reserve yours now before it's too late!
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6 Comments

  1. I think it is the background stamp

  2. I think the something new would be the scallop punch.

  3. Stamper insisted on my posting this one. The card looks gr8, but the picture doesn’t do it justice.

  4. The crumbcake cardstock and ink? Mary

  5. I would probably agree with the crumbcake color as the something new, but there’s a bit too much going on with this card for me…Can’t focus; not feeling flow.

  6. I think it would be the crumbcake ink. Beautiful card!!!

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