Celebrate You Dies from Stampin Up
One of my favorite die sets is the Celebrate You dies from Stampin Up. But to be honest, I only like two of the three dies. Let me share this set with you.
I like the words “celebrate” and “you”. Many like the word “amazing” and you might also, it's just not my thang – intentional typo there 🙂
I love the size of the word “celebrate”. It can easily be the focal point of your card and then you don't need much more.
This die set is retiring – insert sad face – so be sure to grab it while you still can.
See It in Action
It's one thing for me to talk about how useful it is, but it's another for me to show you. Check out this project here:
This was made for a neighbor that just had a baby boy. I am not in a phase where everyone is having babies, so I don't have a lot of baby stamp sets, nor do I really want to store them. So for me, I look for other items that will work in a variety of ways to help me stretch my creative supply budget. And this Celebrate You Dies from Stampin Up definitely falls into that category.
Think about the different occasions you can use the celebrate word for: anniversary, congratulations, graduations, retirement, and much more – another way I used it recently was for a male friend that had finished his chemo treatment. The possibilities are endless.
Here is another project using these dies – I love this project too!
Here is a list of all the supplies I used to create this project. The only items that are retiring are the dies and the amazing Eastern Beauty stamp set. Click on an image below to order any of these supplies.
Pin It For Later
Like this project and want to easily find it later? Simple solution – Pin it to your I Teach Stamping with Meg board and you can easily find it again 🙂
See Ya Soon
Many more projects are headed your way and I can't wait to share them with you. Be sure to grab your Celebrate You Dies from Stampin Up and I will see you in the next post. Hugs, Meg
Great card for a guy!!
Love that you give great pictures and that you show the products that are needed for the card and not just giving the name of the items needed. Nice to have that visual. I am looking forward to future cards from you.