Make a Difference & Move Forward!

Kimberly van diepen stampin up demonstrator



Kimberly Van Diepen stampin up demo



Did you know you can Make a Charitable Difference when purchasing one of Stampin' Up!'s stamp sets? The stamp set Moving Forward is our Ronald McDonald House stamp set this year.  $3 of each Moving Forward stamp set sold goes to the Ronald McDonald House. $3 is incredible. This years stamp set is so cute and versatile and would even make a great gift for a child as a starter stamp set for Christmas.   With the three perfect greetings in this set you cannot go wrong.     


Kimberly Van Diepen stampin up demo

I created this card by using my Color Challenge from last week.  Have you tried creating with these colors? 

Kimberly van diepen stampin up demo



If you look very close at my card above, you may see a little sneak peek of a VERY cool product I used. Oh, it's COOL!! SO COOL!!

Watch the video and create along with me.  


Supplies Used: 

Stamps: Moving Forward

Cardstock: Island Indigo, Very Vanilla, Lucky Limeade, Early Espresso, Marina Mist, Calypso Coral

Ink: Calypso Coral, Island Indigo, Lucky Limade

Accessories: Mini Brads, Neutral Brads, Honeycomb Texture embossing Folder, Bright Buttons, Spritzer Tool, Calypso Coral marker, Early Espresso Bakers Twine, Dotted Scallop Punch


You can find all these great products used above in my Online Store. Click and Shop today.  Make a difference and purchase the Moving On Stamp set today. 

Check my Facebook Group for a NEW Color Challenge today!! 


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6 thoughts on “Make a Difference & Move Forward!”

  1. Good morning Kim!!   Beautiful card, I really love this set.    You video is marked private so cannot play it.    Thanks for sharing on your blog.  Love the EF!!!!

  2. Susan, aka Soozie4Him on SCS

    Kimberly, I love the video!  And I love that you're posting so much more lately!  SO much fun to get the email saying you've posted to your blog!  I'm an SU demo that follows your blog and I enjoy it so much.  I have a daughter named Kimberly, but she's always been "Kimmie" to me, and Kim to just about everybody else.  She's all grown up now, married and the mom of a sweet, spunky little girl who is 21 months old.

  3. another great tutorial; thanks for posting more (or it seems to me!) videos; even though I've used this set frequently, I still enjoy seeing your take…it's much more alive than mine!

  4. Love this little set (happily received it at Convention!)…and have had fun using it to make some very cute cards that we sent to military personnel in Afghanistan a few months ago.   Thank you for the great video….will make more using this set very soon….gotta get through the rest of the Holiday cards…!

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