Welcome to stop #15 on the Stampin' Addicts' Retiring Stamp Blog Hop! If you hopped on over from Krystal's Cards and More, then you saw the amazing things she did with Extreme Elements. Isn't she talented? If you are just joining the blog hop here, all the blogs are linked together in a loop so you won't miss a thing. If you get lost, visit Stampin' Addicts for a complete list of participating blogs or to chat it up!
I'm featuring the Borderlines stamp set with you today. If you are a regular here on my blog, you might remember me gushing over this stamp set a month or so ago. It was new to the catalog last year, but it took me SEVERAL months before I even noticed it. And sure enough, as soon as I fell in love and bought it, it hit the retirement list. But this is one I will be holding onto for a long time because it is so versatile. It comes with three long stamps that are perfect to add a border to any project. I have also added several other retiring products to my projects. That was pretty easy since the list is so long this year. You can click on any of the pictures to get a better look.
Seems like for these blog hops, I always end up with one project that is hard to photograph and this card set is it this time. But it features all three of the stamps from Borderlines as well as three of the four stamps from Heard it From the Heart. Notice how I made matching envelopes for the cards just by stamping across the front and across the flap? So easy to do with this set. I just added a knot of grosgrain ribbon (retiring) around them to give them a little something special.
The possibilities with Borderlines really are endless so don't miss out on getting your very own set. You will not regret it. Thank you for stopping by today. I will be providing more details about each of the projects over the next week so be sure to check back. Next stop on the hop is Lily's Ink Pad and a look at another stamp set you will want to make sure you have: Turtle & Co.