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Gift Card Set ~ using Stampin Up’s Afternoon Picnic DSP

Inspired by the set I made by dear friend last week (which she loved!)  I decided to make a second one as a hostess gift for the upcoming holidays.

full set

This one uses the same two stamp sets as the one I made last week, Best of Shelli’ and ‘Petite Pairs’ but I used the ‘Afternoon Picnic’ DSP with Wisteria Wonder and Pear Pizzazz Cardstock and inks.  Pretty pleased with the result!

petite pairs

Petite Pairs is a very versatile stamp set – with sentiments covering most occasions, one for the outside of your card and a complementary sentiment for the inside….. it is one of my ‘go-to’ sets when designing my cards.

Like the recipe for this card set? Simply ‘follow’ my blog, ‘like’ and ‘comment’ on this post and I will be happy to send it to you 🙂

In the meantime,  Happy Stamping !

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4 responses to “Gift Card Set ~ using Stampin Up’s Afternoon Picnic DSP

  1. Mary Anne Magnaghi

    Just found your blog tonight when I was checking out card ideas using the Afternoon Picnic dsp. I would really like to get the recipe for this beautiful card set.
    I don’t do facebook or twitter and don’t know what word press is or the g+ icon… one of those people who’s not technical. I will press word press since that seems like something that my grandkids don’t use, so maybe it’s for old fogies like me.

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  2. This is gorgeous. I follow your blog & I’d love the recipe for this set. Am trying to like the post, but I’m having trouble.

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