For All Things with Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla…

Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator Pootles – For All Things with Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla…

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - For All Things with Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla... Button Detail

So a couple of weeks ago, I shared a card using the lovely colour combination of Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla and created a Christmas Card with it. (here if you want a reminder!).

I loved the colour combination, and decided to make another card. Mostly that came about because I’d chopped into a sheet of each of Mossy Meadow and Cherry Cobbler and didn’t want to put them back on my shelves without using them up a bit more first!

The For All Things stamp set is one that I used quite a lot last year, it was one of our Christmas Catalogue sets that proved popular, so I wanted to pull it out, dust it off, and use it again.

The little Cherry Cobbler button with the Linen Thread bow is definitely what finishes it off, and I love it!

Do you have an old favourite stamp set that you ought to dust off again and remember how much you love it?

S xx

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Pootles - For All Things with Mossy Meadow, Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla...

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Sam Donald

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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  1. Simple, elegant, totally Sam!!! ooxx

  2. Hello Sam,

    from Holland a big thank you voor all the beautiful projects that you share with us. I am a big fan of you en i really enjoy watching you and your tutorials. I love it!

  3. A lovely card that could also be used as a card for a man.

    By the way – still no delivery (I ordered 7 days ago) and it stills says “picking”. It would be really helpful if Stampin up would update these informations. At least one would know then when to expect the delivery. I absolutely know that it is not your fault at all – unfortunately, there is obviously no way to contact Stampin up directly. It is the first time I feel let down. I completely understand that there is trouble when you are moving. But firstly, no one mentioned this move when I ordered my stuff. And I have to say I feel annoyed by not keeping the customers updated and still showing this “picking” information. If I wouldn’t have asked you and got the information from you about the move – I would still be completely clueless. And it is very interesting that they are not able to keep us updated and to inform us at all – but they are able to take the money from our account two days after we placed the order. What should I think of that? As I said before I am not upset with you at all – but still I am really angry at the moment about the way this matter was/is handled.

  4. Susan Miller says:

    So simply elegant!

  5. val peacock says:

    I like this card Thank you.

  6. Hi Sam. I too second what Nessie has said. I placed my order on the 23rd September I’ve had no email or anything to say it’s on it’s way. I feel very disappointed with stampin up. Im not angry with you either Sam as I know it’s not your fault.
    Lovely card by the way!

    • I placed my order on Tuesday, 22nd in the morning.. Still no sign of my order, no mail, no update on the “picking” message. I am really annoyed as I wanted a stamp set for a special project. That is too late now. I would still have accepted that if Stampin up wold have told me what is going on. But this behaviour is unexaptable.

    • Thanks Elinor, and I know you’ve seen the update, but wanted to comment here too x

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