Favorite Sale-A-Bration item

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Today’s hop is our favorite Sale-A-Bration set. Mine is the Adorable Owls set. Just look at how cute they are!

On SAB catalog page 4, you can get this stamp set free with a minimum of $50.00 order until February 28th.

I started with a piece of sweet sorbet 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scoring at 4-1/4″inches for the card base. Next, I took a piece of basic white cardstock and cut it to 4″ x 5-1/4.” I stamped the hearts in petal pink and then the leaves in the mossy meadow. I punched the hearts out with the coordinating punch from the country bouquet dsp. I adhered them with dimensional slightly overlapping the hearts. I stamped the owl in the tuxedo black ink and colored him with the stampin’ blends. I used Bronze and light crumb cake for the owl’s body, cark cherry cobbler for the tie, dark mossy meadow for the feet, light olive green for the eyes and light so saffron for the beak. Before adhering him to the card with dimensionals, I stamped the sentiment in Sweet Sorbet 3 times without reinking the stamp to give the ombre look. Added the owl and a few embellishments in the top right corner. Isn’t that just the cutest owl card?

You can find these in the mini catalog on pages 8-10.

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