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Throwback Thursday: Word Play

If you're one of those lucky folks who own the "Word Play" Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!, then you are quite fortunate indeed!  I recently discovered this little gem of a set the other evening at my Best Friend's house when we got together to stamp!

I found myself needing to make a few Get Well cards, two were for men.  I, myself, had no appropriate stamp choices for these particular cards, so I asked if I could peruse through her stash.  I found the Word Play Stamp Set and saw that this beautiful collection had so many different sentiments and gorgeous font choices.  It was just perfect for what I needed to use it for!

Here is a look at those sentiments and fonts:

Aren't they gorgeous!?  Of course, this set is now retired and it's going for a pretty penny online through eBay and other pre-owned sources.  BUT, if you already own it, then feast your eyes on what I made with our current product that features a couple of these sentiments!  You'll also get to see a Sneak Preview of some of the wonderful goodies that will be available September 1st in our Holiday Catalog!  Eeek!  How exciting!

Okay...no more talk!  Let's get to the cards!


This card features:



This card used a couple different retired elements.  I used a bit of sheer Cucumber Crush ribbon that has been hoarded for a while (are you like that, ever???)  Here's what I used:



Lastly, this card showcases another NEW product that will be in our Holiday Catalog!  Here's what was used:


If you have this set, break it out and pair it with some of our current product!  It's wonderful!!!  I think I may have to pay the little extra and get it for myself!  ;)

Until next time, Friends!

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