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  • Purple Paisley Papers by Darla Foster

Nothing's Better Than . . .

Updated: Aug 20, 2020

Nothing's Better Than what you're asking? This stamp bundle is the cutest EVER! When Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrators reach one million dollars in sales they are given the title of Million Sales Achiever. They are invited to the main headquarters in Riverton, Utah to meet with the CEO and the Founder of Stampin' up! There is stamping and a luncheon held in your honor. Then . . . You Get To Design Your Own Stamp Set! Yes, you do!

This fun and funny stamp set was designed by Connie Stewart, a Million Sales Achiever. The stamp set is called "Nothing's Better Than", and the dies that go with the stamps are called "Love You More". She's a mom, no doubt about it with those names. Her stamp bundle is filled with, what else, cookies, chocolate, coffee and my fave, cocktails!!!!!!!

I stamped 3 cards using cookies to start. I will follow them up with the chocolate, coffee and cocktails don't you worry! There is a sentiment in this stamp set that cracks me out and reminds me of me!! I cannot wait to use it!

For each card I stamped the cookies onto Whisper White card stock and on a separate sheet of card stock I stamped a few more and cut them out using the Love You More Dies. The background of the cookies are Crumb Cake ink and the outline and chips are stamped in Soft Suede ink. I layered the die cut cookies on top of the stamped cookies to give the card dimension.

Above, I layered the Whisper White card stock onto Crumb Cake card stock and then onto Magenta Madness card stock for the base (Holy Brightness Batman!) The sentiments are stamped on the Whisper White card stock using Soft Suede ink. The "Cookies" sentiment is die cut from the Love You More Dies in Magenta Madness card stock, and placed on a Stitched Nested Die cut out of Crumb Cake card stock and attached with glue. (I know you can tell that) I added the Magenta Madness ribbon, made into a bow, to give it a bit of a delicate touch.

This card is intended for a guy and therefore the Magenta Madness and foo foo were omitted! I love this sentiment! It is so true, right? I used Whisper White, Crumb Cake, and Soft Suede on this card using the same techniques above only the "Cookies" sentiment is cut out in Soft Suede and Crumb Cake card stock and layered so it will stand out.

Back to the brightness! Another "girl" card! These cards are great for adults and kids alike. I mean, who doesn't like cookies! Today's Plan: Consume Cookies and be Awesome! I would love a few days a week like that! I layered the "Cookies' sentiment here as well cut out in Magenta Madness and Crumb Cake card stock.

Please note that I make and sell my cards as well. Contact me at (719) 205-6695 or email me at with any questions and/or for more information.

Below is a list of all of the product I used for these cards. Just click a product photo to learn more about it and add it to your cart or just click "Add All To Cart" if you want to make these cards yourself.

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  Purple Paisley Papers

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