I think this holder is perfect for a gift card for your local coffee shop. You can make this gift card holder with the Narrow Notecards and Envelopes or make your own cards and envelopes the way I did with the Envelope Punch Board. I used the Coffee Break Designer Series Paper. Use Early Espresso ink and one other color to go with the paper you select. I’m afraid the Coffee Break paper is sold out now, but you could stamp your own images with the coffee bean stamp from the set. My label uses the border stamp from Labels to Love. The greeting from Coffee Café fits perfectly.

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I filled my wood crate with birthday candles, candy, and red balloons, but a gift card might fit too. To be honest, I have several little wood crates on my desk holding my paper sampler, little sticky notes, and other odds and ends. I think they’re very cute! They just take a half sheet of card stock.

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Get one of these Bundles now. Most of the products will be available in the annual catalog in June, but these bundles are only available through May 31st. Get them here.

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Oh So Eclectic is oh so beautiful! The stamp set coordinates with the Eclectic Layers Thinlits. The Thinlits have pieces that cut out the insides of flowers (and a diamond) that you can use with or without the piece that cuts around the outside. There is a large piece that cuts the diamond background pattern and a couple of pieces that emboss without cutting. Love it! These product will be in the upcoming 2018-2019 annual catalog, but the bundle price is going away. Now is a good time to buy them and save 10%. Dapper Denim, Rose Red, and Emerald Envy are going away too. I checked last night (5/9/18) and the Rose Red and Dapper Denim card stock and the Emerald Envy ink pad were still available, but the In Colors tend to sell out quickly. The Powder Pink ribbon is actually on sale right now. Time to shop!

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Don’t forget the Early Release products!
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And here are some “Last Chance” products, with some that are on sale.

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This is a quick and easy card. You will not need a Big Shot, but I did use 3 punches. I’m afraid the gorgeous Whole Lot of Lovely Designer Series Paper® is all sold out. I will miss that paper!!! And the Baker’s Twine and Enamel Shapes are also retiring. But really,  you can make this card with another printed paper and embellishments you may have. I am happy to say that A Good Day will be in the new catalog.

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Southern Serenade is a beautiful stamp set with some great sentiments. The large flower stamp shows Fireweed, a flower that grows wild all around Anchorage, where we lived for eight years. The flowers are a vibrant dark pink, very much like the Berry Burst I used on this card. The lower Fireweed blossoms started opening at the beginning of summer, soon after the snow melted. When the top flowers opened, we knew summer was over and it was time for snow again.

The Stamparatus makes stamping easy and it opens up lots of fun techniques! I used it to make a wreath. It’s really easy! If you pre-ordered your Stamparatus, you either have it now or it’s on the way. If you didn’t get to pre-order, they will be available in the new annual catalog that goes live June 1st.

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I love roller coasters. My son is a bit fanatic about them. So of course, I had to have this stamp set and coordinating pop-up Thinlets! Assembling the pop-up track is a bit of a challenge, but if you take it slow and easy, you can do it! And it’s certainly worth the effort. It’s really quite impressive.

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