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  • Writer's pictureKristine Vicente

Just Bee-cause... NC Demonstrator Blog Hop!

Hey friends! Today I'm joining a few fellow Demonstrators from North Carolina for a fun blog hop; sharing a cute fun fold card idea using the Bee Mine collection of Stampin' Up! products that will be available in the January to April, 2024 Mini Catalog starting 1/4/24.

If you are a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, you're already able to order these products. If you'd like to JOIN Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator, you'll enjoy a discount every time you shop and you'll be able to add these products to your demonstrator kit! The kit costs $99 plus tax, but you choose $125 in product, earn Sale-a-Bration rewards a month early on subsequent orders in December, AND you'll get FREE SHIPPING on your kit! Please visit HERE for more information.

If this is your first stop on the HOP, you can find the beginning HERE, at Jo Anne Hewin's blog. See below for additional stops on the hop, and a bunch of great card ideas using these products.

Bee My Valentine products from Stampin' Up!
Bee Mine Collection; Stampin' Up!

If you would like, please download the

FREE PROJECT SHEET with the cutting and scoring guide, supply list and basic directions for this card.

For the video tutorial showing how this card came together, please visit HERE.

This sweet collection of product is perfect for creating whimsical cards to celebrate Valentine's Day, but it works for cards in Spring/Summer themes and for adorning scrapbook pages, too!

The card shown above is a landscape Z-fold FUN FOLD card that uses three of the different patterns in the Designer Series Paper pack. This cheerful Valentine card is sure to bring a smile to the recipient.

Here are a few additional card ideas, and ways that I combined images to create more cute cards...

And a couple more... When I get new collection of products, I love to just play with those products and see what I can come up with for designs. Stampin' Up! does all the hard work of coming up with the color combinations and the patterns in the DSP coordinate so beautifully, it makes mixing and matching so easy!

I hope you enjoyed the cards I shared using this adorable collection of upcoming product from Stampin' Up!

You can see even more wonderful inspiration by visiting the rest of the stops on the hop.

Next stop is: Toni Compana. <---Click Here

Here is the full list of Just Bee Cause Blog Hoppers, in case you missed any of the the projects from these talented ladies. Just click on each name:

Kelly Taranto - The Late Night Stamper

Tracie Evans Langley, the Sassy Stamper

Thanks so much for checking out the NC Demonstrator Blog Hop and my contribution to the card inspiration!


* visit my online SHOP HERE

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2 comentários

05 de jan.

Kristine, all of your cards are bee-autiful! Love how you used the DSP and fab colors! Thanks for sharing!


Frances Wagner
Frances Wagner
11 de dez. de 2023

Kristine, I love your z-card. This DSP is fun to work with. Thanks for sharing.

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