Monday, May 1, 2017

Eastern Palace Card: GDP085

Hello my friends and welcome. Today is a VERY exciting day and I know you're going to be THRILLED to see two brand new bundles from Stampin' Up! that are available for purchase. The Eastern Palace Starter Bundle and the Eastern Palace Premiere Bundle.

The Eastern Place Suite is incredible. I've had it for a month and I cannot stop reaching for these beautiful new ink and cardstock colours, designer paper, stamp set, dies, tassels, and vinyl stickers. You can see more projects I've made with the Premiere Bundle HERE.

Want to know what's even better? When you purchase $50 or more in my Canadian Online Stampin' Up! Store (using the monthly hostess code) in May, you receive a 63 page tutorial featuring 12 stunning projects make with these new products.
And, when you purchase the Eastern Palace Premiere Bundle I'll send you an additional FREE GIFT of the BRAND NEW Gold Faceted Gems when they become available in June. They will look incredible with your new Eastern Palace Premiere Bundle of supplies. 
You can shop for your Eastern Palace Premiere Bundle in my Canadian Online Stampin' Up! Shop. Don't forget to use the May Hostess Code: GTJNG6PJ.

Did you catch a glimpse of today's card? It uses the beautifully intricate Eastern Medallions Thinlits. Like I said, I just can't stop using them!
I've also used some of the retiring In Colours that I'm going to miss; Watermelon Wonder, Delightful Dijon, and Cucumber Crush. You can see my card as part of the Global Design Project Team Challenge. Please come and play along. 

I've got a big day ahead with lots of paper to cut and videos to film for you, so I best get started. Thank you so much for stopping by to visit.

As soon as you place an order of $50 or more (before shipping & tax) and use the monthly hostess code, you become one of my VIP customers and receive a bundle of 12 incredible tutorials as my thank you to you. Check out the tutorial bundle sneak peeks for this month:
Full details on all the VIP treatment HERE.

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  1. Love this Allison ... a great example of how to take an intricate die and still make an elegantly clean and simple card. xxx