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How Are You with Marzipan
by Kim Singdahlsen

BL 7.13.21 Poppystamps side

There's a brand new stamp and die set called Marzipan Alphabet Outline and Background clear stamp and die set.  I created my card with the full focus on these fun letters!  (If you don't want to stamp and cut individual letters, there's another new set called Marzipan Greetings that has full words with sentiment add-ons.  And there's a stand-alone Marzipan Alphabet die set that has the same look without stamping first! It's all in the 2021 Summer Theater release.)

BL7.13.21 Poppystamps dies

You can see that the stamp set has a solid stamp and a detail stamp for each letter. Then the set comes with dies to cut them out.

Since it's a "chatty" card, I decided to use the Word Balloons in the background.  The die comes with five shapes and sizes, so I cut a number of them and lined them up down the middle.

BL 7.13.31 PS Close

I definitely wanted to keep this card clean and fresh so the letters were the stars! I added a rainbow strip of coordinating cardstock down the side and stopped at that. 

BL 7.13.21 Poppystamps

I hope you check out the new release. The Marzipan products are just a small part of it. I'm in awe of the creativity that is shown with each and every new product!Kim Floral Signature copy

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Comments

Hi Kim, This stamp and die set is lovely, your card is lovely, I adore how you have married the rainbow strip down the side with the same colourway on the words, truly lovely.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

I really like this alphabet set. I like your card, too!

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