Try It Thursday – Features the Spiral Stamp From Stampin’ Up!

Spiral Rubber Stamp

It’s Try It Thursday and today I’ll show you some different techniques using the Spiral Rubber Stamp from Stampin’ Up!  Let’s do some stamping techniques with this fun spiral stamp.

This is a super fun stamp to use and makes great cards for those teens in your life.

This first card was created last in the video and it is the Flirty Flamingo, Polished Pink (I kept saying Positively Pink in the video but this is incorrect it is Polished Pink) and Smoky Slate inks.

This was supposed to be the technique that I showed you on Tuesday night for Tuesday’s Technique but my Internet had other plans for me that night.  It went down at around 6:00PM EST and wasn’t back up until later in the evening.  I promised you I would do a video and upload it so here you go.

Spiral stamp

This particular card has 3 colors on it; Polished Pink, Smoky Slate and Blushing Bride.  I’m here to tell you that you will become addicted to this Spiral stamp.  It is so much fun to try different color combinations and see what the end results will be.

Like I said the Stamparatus is a life saver with this spiral rubber stamp because if you do not get good coverage you can always go back and stamp it again or re-ink the stamp until you get the desired results.

The Happy Birthday sentiment is from the Sweet Ice Cream Bundle.

spiral rubber stamp

At first I didn’t know if I would like this one but I really really do.  I’ve always said I’m a pink girl and this new Polished Pink In Color is just my style.  This was the first piece I stamped in the video and forgot to clean my stamp to do the next color so it was stamped twice with the Polished Pink and then once in Smoky Slate.

When you have that much pattern and colors going on it is best to simply put a sentiment and call it good.  No need for anything else.

Here is your shopping list for this Spiral Stamp:

Click on any of the items you wish to order and add them to your shopping cart.  You can also click ADD all to Cart and just remove the items you do not need.

Remember to use the May Host Code:  DNW4Z2ZC

If your order is over $150.00 DO  NOT use the host code you are your own host and will receive all the host benefits.

Well, What do you think?  Don’t you think this Spiral stamp is perfect for those teenager cards?   I wish you could see these cards in person they are so pretty!

Quiet Meadow Bundle this Months Customer Appreciation PDF file:

Stampin' Up! Catalog

The Customer Appreciation PDF file for May features the Quiet Meadow Bundle from the Upcoming New Stampin’ Up! Catalog which will begin tomorrow.  This month’s Customer Appreciation PDF File was created by Brenda Ubben and she has created a great array of different cards and styles using this fun bundle of products.

To receive the Customer Appreciation PDF file all you need to do is place a min. $30.00 online order with me and use the Host Code for May:  DNW4Z2ZC

If you wish to purchase the Quiet Meadow Bundle you will need to wait until tomorrow when the new Stampin’ Up! catalog goes live.

Join Brenda on the 3rd Wednesday of the month on the Creating with Team Stamp Camp Facebook page where she will show you how to create one of the cards in her PDF File.  If you are new to this Facebook page make sure that you join, like and follow before the 3rd Wednesday of this month so you do not miss out on anything!

Brenda has created some fun and different techniques for you to try with the cards this month.  Some of the techniques may be new and some may be an oldie but a goodie technique buy I know for sure you will love the results.

Don’t Forget about ALL the Specials this Month!

Stampin' Up! Specials Check them out! #stampinup #thestampcamp #stampinspecials



Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!

Glenda Calkins Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

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