Fancy a nice cuppa?
I do! I love a good cuppa, me! And here’s a great cuppa! In the new Occasions catalogue there is the bundle which is appropriately named A Nice Cuppa, and it really is nice!
The picture above is probably a bit small (lesson learned from yesterday with the balloons!) so here is is in a better size:
And it comes with the stamps:
And framelits as part of the bundle:
The two elements save you 15% on the individual selling prices when you buy them as part of the Nice Cuppa bundle – and who doesn’t like to save a bit of cash?! For a set which includes both stamps *and* framelits, this is amazing value at only Â£34.75 for both items! The stamps are a photopolymer set, which means that it is dead easy to line up the different elements on your project. Speaking of projects, would you like to see a few?
Such a great image for Spring and Summer, wouldn’t you agree? So bright and uplifting. You might have noticed some other coordinating Nice Cuppa products hiding in the projects (or you might not, there is just so much to see here!) so would you like to know a little more about them? I hope so, because here it comes!
There are *gorgeous* coordinating 6″x6″ papers to go with the set, and unlike most of the paper stacks I have, I don’t think there is one sheet of paper here that I don’t like at least one side of, if not both double-sided patterns! I may be fussy, but this stack hits all the buttons for me!
And last but by no means least, there are the Nice Cuppa embellishments, which are teeny-tiny metal goodies which you can add to any project:
They are just adorable, and the tiny spoon, which I think is my favourite, is shown to perfection in this gorgeous gift bag project:
Can you not just see the sentiments from the Balloon Celebration bundle working perfectly with the sentiments and images from the A Nice Cuppa bundle? I love the fonts of both, and as they are script-style in both sets I think a bit of mixing and matching would work beautifully! And the mix of fonts in the Cuppa stamp set alone makes my heart and eyes happy ð
As a last note on this, if you were wondering why the framelits are called “Cup and Kettle”, it’s because the Americans call a tea pot a tea kettle, generally. So the teapot is their “kettle”. Don’t you just love the subtle nuances of the various versions of English?! (And for the record teapot has to be correct, because tea is an English thing, right. Job done!)
And as I failed miserably in remembering to share them with you yesterday, here are the weekly deals for Week 1, which are valid until next Tuesday, the 12th:
Don’t you think that those little flower embellishments would be perfect to embellish these lovely cards? Especially if you mix up the colours used to coordinate nicely with the embellishments. Wisteria Wonder and Cucumber Crush anyone?
So those are my posts for this week. Next week I will be back with inspiration and details about SaleABration, and how you can make the most of that. Feel free to contact me in the meantime, though, I’d love to chat to you and show you loads of the new goodies! And if your wishlist of goodies comes to more than Â£100, then you will definitely want to talk to me about joining up to Stampin’ Up! as you can get Â£160 worth of Stampin’ Up! goodness for only Â£99, including delivery! And there is no catch, tie-in or anything else associated with the offer. You can’t get much better than that! Let me know if you want to discuss the details of the offers or if you’d like to join up!
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Stamp Set: A Nice Cuppa.