Thank you cards using Bird Banter stamp set from Stampin’ Up!

Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | Thank you cards using Bird Banter stamp set from Stampin’ Up!

I’m starting the year with a few Thank You cards! After Christmas and New Year we have lots of thank yous to send. I’ve chosen the Bird Banter stamp set with a cute little budgie in it. These cards will actually go out to my customers who ordered just before Christmas.

First I die cut the Stitched Shapes Framelits, then stamped with Memento Black ink. I love to colour in, and Stampin’ Up!’s new product line of alcohol markers, called Blends are so addictive! I save up all my images that need colouring in, and sit in front of the tv and do them. As a crafter I can never ever sit still, I have to be doing something, whether it’s colouring in or a bit of crochet. My hands never keep still, are you the same?

Thank you for visiting me again today! Will you be crafting? I’m up to surname N for sending out the new catalogues, phew!


Here are the products I used today. All products are from Stampin’ Up! and can be purchased directly from my online shop by clicking the pictures below. Phone ordering is available between 10am-3pm Monday – Friday (01524) 561059, where you can talk with me directly. If you’re ordering online, be sure to add the current host code into the hostess code box. Thank you for shopping with me and supporting my business!


Sarah Berry

I’m an Independent Demonstrator for the following countries; UK, France, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. Postage is a flat rate of £4.95 / €5.95. VISIT STAMPIN’ UP! ONLINE SHOP

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