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Good morning stampers & crafters!

Welcome to the first ever Ultimate Pink Blog Hop -- a collection of ideas from Stampin' Up! demonstrators who have gathered together from all over the globe featuring shades of pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  As a 7-year-survivor of breast cancer, this blog hop resonates deeply in my heart and soul.  I was diagnosed at an early age...before mammograms were prescribed and recommended for an age below 45-50, but it was me being proactive and doing self-checks.  Fortunately for me, I discovered the aggressively growing lump early on. I have been richly blessed by God to continue my life; and to be surrounded by so many family and friends that truly love and care for me.  I thank God for every new day.

I was inspired by a card I saw somewhere on the internet (memory is overwhelmed at the moment) showcasing the Pop Of Pink Suite of products available in the big Annual Stampin' Up! catalog (page 84-85).  It is so much fun to see everything come to life with the Pop of Pink Specialty paper and the Pop of Paradise stamp set.


 Creative Tips:

  • Even though you can't see if from the front of the card, I chose to go with the Whisper White Thick cardstock for my cardbase (5-1/2" x 8-1/2", scored at 4-1/4").  I knew that I was going to have quite a bit of White displayed with the stamping and designer series paper; therefore, I cut the Melon Mambo cardstock layer the same measurements as the cardbase front...5-1/2" x 4-1/4" and glue it with all sides flush to the base.
  • The top black and white layer comes from the Pop of Pink Specialty paper pack; while the bottom layer has been stamped randomly with stamps from the Pop Of Paradise stamp set using Melon Mambo and Archival Basic Black ink.  Add a strip of Pop of Pink Designer Washi Tap across the seam and wrap the Basic Black Solid Baker's Twine around the matted layer and tie in a bow.  Glue this layer to the front of the Whisper White cardbase.
  • Stamp the heart-shaped "Thinking of you" sentiment with VersaMark onto Basic Black cardstock, cover with Silver embossing powder and set with the Heat Tool on the high setting.  Hand cut the heart with Paper Snips.


  • Cut a solid heart out of Silver Glimmer paper using the Sweet & Sassy Framelits Dies.  Cut another heart out of Melon Mambo using the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits Die. Layer the 3 hearts and add Stampin' Dimensionals on the sentiment layer. Use Fast Fuse or Multipurpose Liquid Glue to set the whole heart ensemble into place on the card front.


Thanks for taking part in our blog hop....I am really excited that you are here.  To continue to be inspired, there are many (many) more amazing "Pink" ideas to add joy and a smile to that special someone's day.  I'm sure that we all know someone who could use a little lift to their won't want to miss checking out all of the blogs!  I'll be traveling right behind you. Remember you are currently at (Lori Mueller's -- Stampin' Dreams blog), so please check the blog hop line up below and be sure to click the next blog participant's name on the list.


Ultimate Pink Blog Hoppers

Join us as we Craft Pink for one day:

PINK MONDAY: October 3, 2017

Stampin' Up! Demonstrators Worldwide United in Creativity

1.  Janet Wakeland    
2.  Nancy Gauthier    
3.  Jason Loucks    
4.  Jennifer Blomquist    
5.  Wendy Cranford    
6.  Karen Zaring Browning    
7.  Patty Chenail    
8.  isabelle lefebvre    
9.  Leanne Johnson    
10.  Dena Albee    
11.  Lori Mueller    
12.  Chris Kolly    
13.  Rachel Yurkanin    
14.  Raquelle Clifton    
15.  Shel Anderson    
16.  Candy Ford    
17.  Chris Slogar    
18.  Maria Pane    
19.  Holly Pedersen    
20.  Jen Guarino    
21.  Jeannette Gauthier-Carterie Plus    
22.  Susan Timchack    
23.  Melissa Thomas    
24.  France Labrecque - Création Encre et Papier    
25.  Noa's Créas    
26.  Fiona Stanton    
27.  Kelly Kent    
28.  Amanda Sevall    
29.  Kimberly Van Diepen    
30.  Janneke de Jong    
31.  Nichole Loe    
32.  Megan Herst    
33.  Melissa Stout    
34.  Kristin Kortonick    
35.  Lisa Pretto    
36.  Ilse van Vliet    
37.  Kylie Bertucci    
38.  Mary Dredge    
39.  Karen Titus    
40.  Claire Daly    
41.  Constanze Wirtz    
42.  Linda Bartolucci    
43.  Lea Denton    
44.  Candice Fields    
45.  Dawn Thomas    
46.  Sherri Price    
47.  Maria Willis    
48.  Tammy Bristol    
49.  Cindy Mitchell-Clark    
50.  Linda Cullen    
51.  Carol Hickman    
52.  Teresa Howe    
53.  M.E. Stites    
54.  Lisa Tedder    
55.  Monika Davis    
56.  Laura Pizzirusso    
57.  Nancy Ferb    
58.  Tracie Evans Langley    
59.  Brenda Copper    
60.  Amanda Rogers    
61.  Michelle Zanotti    
62.  Janette Zmich    
63.  Connie Deibler    
64.  Judith Oveson    
65.  Melody Tess Rollins    
66.  Anne Matasci    
67.  Alisa Tilsner    
68.  Crystal Kondo    
69.  Jennifer Downey    


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What supplies do you need to create these cards? All the items used are from Stampin’ Up! and can be bought through my online store HERE or click on the items below. A printable supply list is available as well!