We are celebrating the final fling of Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-Bration (ends March 31st) so our international group of demonstrator friends are squeezing the most of it for you today! You’ll find many projects to inspire you to get (at least) one more FREE S-A-B product (while they last).
I’m using three co-ordinating Sale-a-Bration products today: The Lovely Lily Pad stamp set, the Lily Impressions Designer Series Paper and the Lily Pad Dies to create an illuminating gift for a friend:
This little bag contains a tea-light holder and will express how much you appreciate someone who has shined a light in your life! I found the perfect sentiment in the Strong & Beautiful stamp set, though I forgot to add it to my supply list…
The measurements for the DSP inside the bag are 2-5/8″ x 12″ and scored at 3/4″, 3–5/8″ and 10-5/8″. I also made a small box for the bottom of the bag (sits inside the DSP to hold the candle) from card stock: 4″ square, scored at 3/4″ on each side. It takes a bit of patience to work the DSP + box into the bottom of the bag, but it works!
Now you’re off to see more pretty Sale-a-Bration projects…next up is Heather (or bounce back to Diane’s blog) and a full list of participants is found at the end of this post!
You can order supplies from your demonstrator to create this unique project. Don’t have a demo? I’m happy to serve you (links below)!
March Blog Hop Roll Call:
Tricia Butts- Tricia’s Stamping Creations
Sharon Burkert- As the Ink Dries
Diane Browning- 247inkspiration
Loni Spendlove- Creative Juice by Loni
Heather Cooper- Playing with Paper Crafting
Brenda Copper- Stamping with the Copper Cropper
5 thoughts on “What’s New at SU! Sale-a-Bration Showcase”
Oh my goodness, what a lovely project! I want to make it now too. Thanks for the inspiration!
Such as creative way to use that set. You’ve inspired me to try creating more 3D items
Very pretty presentation! Great way to package up a gift.
What a great job of coordinating the gift with the stamp set. And the silver with those vibrant colours works so well! Beautiful project, Loni!