Stamp Review Crew | Nothing’s Better Than

Hello! A couple of times a year we get the pleasure of a bonus Stamp Review Crew hop when there’s 5 Mondays in a month. It’s always fun to hop with my Stampin’ Up! friends from around the world. You can see the full list of everyone joining in on the main Stamp Review Crew blog.

Today there’s nothing better than a bonus hop as we showcase projects we’ve made using the “Nothing’s Better Than” bundle.

This stamp set has the cutest images with all your favourite indulgences and pretty fonts with quirky sayings. There’s coordinating dies with outlines for the art stamp and gorgeous word dies to match.

I’ve made two cards to share today. The first card is all about the cocktails. This is my favourite stamp from the set – it’s a party in a drink!

The colour choices for today’s cards are inspired by the Pattern Party DSP. This bumper pack of patterned paper is available as a reward on Stampin’ Up! orders over $250 (in Australia). The order will need to be over $310 for it to be completely free, or you can use the $25 of rewards on a $250 order and pay the $6 difference. Stampin’ Up! rewards are so wonderfully generous and flexible.

These colours are Granny Apple Green, Pumpkin Pie & Flirty Flamingo on a Blushing Bride card base. The cocktails are Daffodil Delight and Balmy Blue.

The ‘happy birthday’ is from a new stamp set I was so excited to add to my collection – One Happy Family. As well as the amazing styling of the birthday greeting there’s a bunch of other sentiments covering pregnancy, good news, love and babies.

The second card I’m sharing uses the another pattern from the Pattern Party DSP. Both cards also use the Picture This Dies – two fabulous layout dies – one circles, one rectangles with stitched detail to make them extra special.

This card has all the vices you could need – coffee (or tea in my case), chocolates and a cookie, with a ‘love you more than’ sentiment.

‘Because you’re awesome’ comes from three different sentiment stamps in the set – easy to piece together into a custom saying.

The colours for this card are a Pear Pizzazz base with Granny Apple Green, Balmy Blue, Misty Moonlight, Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody and Bumblebee circles.

Thanks for hopping by by blog today. Next up is Lou Kitzelman – there’s nothing better than her creations! I’ll be hopping again with the Stamp Review Crew next week – as we roll into the first Monday of June and share more projects with another fantastic stamp set.

Have a great week!

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