Hello friends
  Before I tell you about the fun card today here a important info for the Envelope Punch Board that Stampin’Up! just announce late yesterday

Supply of Envelope Punch Boards Running Low

 We’ve had an overwhelmingly positive response to the new Envelope Punch Board–so much so that that you have nearly sold through our supply weeks sooner than we anticipated! We have already taken steps to restock our inventory, but the new supply will not arrive in the Distribution Center until mid-October. We anticipate that the Envelope Punch Boards will be placed on backorder in the next few days.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we are working to ensure that we can fulfill your orders as quickly as possible. We will keep you posted as we learn the exact dates of availability.
So in a short word if you been planing on order this fun tool I would say order it now so you are not on the waiting list 🙂  You can CLICK HERE to order.
Okay now about this Mosaic card what is the big deal about this well I made my own Mosaic stamp with the scrap rubber from your stamps. When we get our stamp and mount them it’s always the contour of rubber to wast well not anymore. I know we can use it for popup but this is a fun way to recycle. You will see in the video how simple it is to make your own Mosaic stamp. What you will need is your recycle rubber,  clear mount cling foam #124236, a clear block (you could always use a wood block) all the how to is in the video on my blog at www.frenchiestamps.com. The stamp set that I use is Too Kind wood#130447 Clear #130450. Color of ink Pink Pirouette, Pear Pizzazz, So Saffron, Soft Sky and Early espresso for the flowers. Card stock: So saffron, Soft Sky, Early Espresso and white. Punch Modern Label # 119849 and Large Oval #119855 Well my friends this is it for recycle you rubber. Have a great day and don;t forget about the envelope punch board the hot ticket at this time and I have more video with this fun tool that will be coming soon 🙂
Always Feel free to contact me with any stamping question
Have a great one!

here the picture that didn’t make it to the first post and many ask how it look finish here it is


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