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Friday, August 23, 2013

Your Next Stamp After Release Party


Well, I hope ya'll got the news that YOUR NEXT STAMP just released a plethora of fun new stamps and dies. Today, the YNS Design Team is sharing even more inspiration using the new goodies (which you can get a really good deal on right now...check this out)!


Today I made something a little different.  I used the new POCKET DIE SET along with one of the best quotes ever from Walt Disney that's included in the MOVING ELLIE clear stamp set, and made a little pocket for a picture that fit the theme perfectly!  I can see this being attached to a cute scrapbook page or alter it a bit and it can be a Christmas card with a picture inserted! 

 
This picture was taken when we went to Disneyworld for Christmas in 2010.  We treasure that time for reasons beyond measure and this sentiment fits those reasons precisely!

Be sure and check out all the inspiration and blog links to see more of the new stamps and dies in action over on the Your Next Stamp blog HERE. 

SUSIE Q-TIP:  As ya'll know, I love finding new ways to use my dies.  The red frame that you see on the pocket, is yes, a FRAME!  I just folded it over the edge and wrapped it around to the back.  I'll definitely be doing that again.  Neat trick.

Stamps:  Moving Ellie (Your Next Stamp)
Paper:  Spearmint Green (MFT), Summer Sun (SU!), Pure Poppy (PTI), Clouds (Lime Twist, MME)
Ink:  Black Licorice (MFT)
Accessories:  Pocket Die and Clip-It Die Sets (Your Next Stamp), Circle Nestabilities, Licorice Divine Twine (TCP), Wood Camera Cut (Studio Calico) 

4 comments:

  1. What a great idea for the pocket card!!!

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  2. This is so awesome and I love the sentimental value attached to this project. What a great way to use that little frame die too! TFS! xo

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