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SUO 102 - Favourite New Toys!

Hi there!  There's a brand new challenge posted at SUO Challenges and it's all about using something 'new' from your ever growing Stampin' Up! ® stash.  Some items from my last order hadn't made their way out of the big brown box, so I had a nice little selection of  'favourite' new toys to choose from. 

I made a simple black and white card with the stamp set, 'A Happy Hooray' and some paper beads with the matching DSP, 'Back to Black'.  Can't wait to use this funky stamp set again - love all the images! 

SUO 102
 

 
There are 6 products from the brand new SU Catalogue that I have used on this card.  Can you spot them?  They're the first six I have listed on the Stampin' Buddy below.

 
I hope I have inspired you to play along with your Favourite New Toys over at SUO.
 
 

Design Team Blogs -

Stacey Ailes

Thanks for stopping by,

Comments

Patrice said…
Very stylish Bron, love the black and white. x
now that's a classy card dear Bron!
Smiles SHarnee :)
p.s just ordered that myself!! Can't wait to get it in my hands!!
Unknown said…
Love your card Bron. Especially think it is great how your black & white card is also photographed as Black & White. Love the feather (and I really am not a feather fan!)
Penny Hanuszak said…
Sheer elegance! I love the black and white clean style. You've really done justice with this stamp set and the addition of the paper beads and silver ribbon just sets the design apart. Thanks so much Bron for sharing.
CreativSpirit said…
Beautiful card, the black and white is stunning.

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