Stamping for COVID-19

To help support the World Health Organization and United Way, Stampin’ Up! created some digital stamps that can be used to create cards just for this challenging time we are all experiencing right now. I got mine pretty quickly, but I needed to wait for a printer toner to arrive, grrr! I guess I could have printed them in black in white, but I really liked the colours and so I just had to wait.

With 15 pages of images and phrases to choose from it took me a couple times going through them all to figure out which ones I wanted to start with. I still have a bunch of images to use, but I wanted to share a few of the cards that I’ve made so far.

Stampin’ Up! used a couple of my favourite colours, Rich Razzleberry and Petal Pink, and so that’s where I started. I also used the Heartfelt and Beauty Abounds stamp sets and popped up the other images and phrases using Stampin’ Dimensionals for these cards.

And of course I had to create some cards using the martini/”quaran-tini”. For that one I used Old Olive cardstock for the base (I honestly don’t know what other colour I would have used). I used the Beauty Abounds stamp set for these cards too.

After that I thought I’d just do some simple ones… I put some of the See a Silhouette Designer Series Paper on a few of the Whisper White Note Cards. The other DSP was some leftovers I have from the Lily Impressions DSP from this past Sale-a-bration. I also added some Whisper White Solid Bakers Twine, a few Pearl Basic Jewels and of course some Stampin’ Dimensionals.

I only printed a few pages and I still have lots to create with so it was definitely $12 USD well spent, plus 100% of sales goes to support the World Health Organization and the United Way.

There’s still a few more days to get your own PDF full of these great images and phrases and they’re offered in different languages, so make sure to check out the link before June 2nd!

https://covid19.stampinup.com/

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