Hey Chick and Hey Birthday Chick Bundles coming February 2nd!

January 18, 2021

On February 2, Stampin’ UP! is coming out with two “Hey Chick” Bundles!!

They will be so fun to use together!


When you opened up the new January-June Mini 2021 Catalog, you may have noticed the cute Hey Birthday Chick stamp set on page 52 coordinates with the 2017 Sale-a-bration Hey Chick stamp set. It’s just as cute as the Hey Chick stamp set. And it will be offered separately as the Hey Birthday Chick stamp, as the “Birthday Chick Dies” and as a Bundle at 10% off:)

The Birthday Chick Dies have extra dies in addition to the image dies- a fence, a birthday banner/streamer, Happy Birthday words, a chick, a sack of chicken feed, and even a little bow tie for the fashionable rooster!

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Hey Birthday Chick Bundle is $43.00.

Here is a quick card I made with inspiration from a catalog sample. I used the FREE Sale-a-bration Oh So Ombre Designer Series Paper, too! I used a Tasteful Labels die for the sentiment.

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The Stampin’ UP! Hey Chick stamp set and the fun DSP was offered back in Sale-a-bration 2017. I My local stamping group may remember this card we did below in 2017.

If you still have the Hey Chick stamp set, you can get the “Chick Dies” to go with it on February 2!!! And if you missed getting the 2017 Hey Chick, it will be offered again on February 2nd! You can purchase the Hey Chick stamp set and the Chick Dies separately or Bundled at 10% off price.

Just look at those cute dies in the Chick Dies that coordinate with the Hey Chick stamp set- the chicken coop, the chicken wire, the corn stalk with corn, the eggs, the sign, plus all the image die cuts, too! It’s an amazing set!!

Hey Chick Bundle is $44.00.

Thanks for buzzing by, friends…


  1. Can’t wait until these sets/dies come out.  I just love them.  I am from a farming family that raised chickens when I was younger and stayed with them.  Thanks for sharing your card ideasMaureen Wheatley

    1. I remember one time in my childhood that our babysitter at the time lived on a farm with chickens. I had so much fun when we were there! The house my parents rented also had a chicken coop in the back yard. I thought that was so fun. Thanks for stopping by, Maureen:)

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