Occasions Catalogue Farewell Part 2 – Acetate Window Cards

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Welcome to part 2 of 2 of our Occasions Catalogue Farewell 2016 Blog Hop!

You’ll be hopping around to 6 countries and will visit 11 amazing Stampin’ Up!® Independent Demonstrators, each with an inspirational project for you to enjoy. The retired list is out now so we’re saying ‘farewell’ to some amazing products, only around while supplies last or until 31st May 2016.

Currently you’re visiting Jacque Williams from New Zealand!

You can continue hopping my using the list of names at the end of this post.

My share today are simple, yet effective, cards featuring retiring Designer Series Paper:

stampin up acetate window cardsEach of these features an acetate window, perfect for the Hello You Thinlits Dies.

stampin up english garden blushing bride glimmer paper acetate window cardThe embellishments were kept simple, leaving the window feature as the focus.  Here I’ve used the English Garden DSP.

stampin up going global world traveller acetate window cardLove a simple, masculine- type card, too.  These Going Places papers will be missed!

stampin up love blossoms acetate window card jacque williamsThe Thanks die won’t fit in a portrait orientation, but this projects works well landscape, too.  Here I’ve used the Love Blossoms Stack.

Thank you for visiting today!!  The next stop on the farewell hop is the talented Jason Loucks. You don’t want to miss it!

  1. Sarah Berry
  2. Kylie Bertucci
  3. Constanze Wirtz
  4. Bibiana Cameron
  5. Tracy May
  6. Jacque Williams
  7. Jason Loucks
  8. Caroline van der Straaten
  9. Jennifer Pauli
  10. Julie Davison
  11. Janneke de Jong
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  1. Janneke

    What a lovely cards Jacque 😉
    Love how you used the mirror .. great idea

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  2. Adele Smith

    Jacque, I love these cards! I see this window style now and then, now I am inspired to give them a crack, thanks honey xox

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  3. Tracy May

    Fab cards Jacque! I love how you’ve used the DSP and the acetate panel is such a great idea! I’m so happy to be blog hopping with you today! 🙂 x

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