So what happens when you start with Stampin' Up!'s Secret Garden stamp set, throw Ciao, Baby! into the mix, and top it off with the new Petite Curly Label Punch?  It makes for a stunning card!  I love this card – lots of layers, lots of umph!

I have been asked more than once how to pronounce Ciao, Baby – so just in case you are wondering, it is pronounced Chow, and then I am pretty sure no one is trying to figure out the baby part, so we will just leave it at that.

Where did the color palette come from?  My FAV-OR-RITE new DSP, Print Poetry!  I love this little paper stack, they are more than wonderful.  So out came the Gumball Green, I through in some Midnight Muse and finished with Very Vanilla all over.  OK, now that I have written it all out, this sounds like a late night snack – Gumball Vanilla ice cream at midnight!  As a kid I used to love Gumball ice cream, anyone else?

Let's get back to the card before I get really hungry.  I think it is important to remember that when you get a stamp set and framelit bundle, our first instint is to stamp and die cut.  But remember, you can make a fabulous card without the framelits too.

Ciao, Baby, Stampin Up, Petite Curly Label Punch

Supplies Used to create this card:

Stampin' Up! Stamps:  Secret Garden (wm: 129141, cm: 129144), Ciao, Baby! (wm 129645  cm: 129648)

Stampin' Up! Ink:  Midnight Muse, Gumball Green

Stampin' Up! Card Stock:  Midnight Muse, Gumball Green, Very Vanilla

Stampin' Up! DSP:  Print Poetry Paper Stack

Stampin' Up! Accessories:  Gumball Green Satin Stitched Ribbon, Petite Curly Label Punch (which you can get for free when you order the above items!)

To order any of the products used to create this card and to get your Petite Curly Label Punch for FREE, (it is part of Sale-a-Bration and with every $50 in merchandise you purchase you get one SAB item for free), click here to visit my online store.

I hope you have enjoyed today's card featuring Stampin' Up! Secret Garden, Ciao, Baby! and the Petite Curly Label Punch!

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