This is a fantastic sale. For every $60 you spend in the month of July on Stampin’ Up! product, you will earn a $6 coupon that can be used in August. So yes, if you spend $120 you get a coupon for $12 worth of free product, and on and on it goes. So take a look at the website here: https://www.stampinup.com/en-ca or let me know that you would like a catalogue so you can see the product on paper, at actual size.
Stampin’ Up! added a whole lot of new colours to their palate this year. And they are beautiful! To go along with this, they are offering an amazing deal, 10 ink pads for FREE! All you have to do is sign up to join my team. Becoming a demonstrator is simple. The starter kit is only $135 and you get:
$165 worth of product of you choice
$70 worth of business supplies
20% off all product purchased after you sign up
invited to my team meeting, and support form me when you need it
Out of all the stets that are retiring this year, I am the most sad to see this one go. It’s my favorite, by far. It’s great for kids of all ages (even us grown up ones). So here are some cards made with this amazing stamp set and coordinating dies. If you like it, please order it before it’s too late. I would hate for anyone to miss out on this one.
All these cards use both the Magical Day stamp set and the Magical Mates Framelits dies. All additional materials and tools are listed below each card.
Additional stamp set: Let the Good Times Roll
Cardstock: Pool Party, Pacific Point, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White
Ink: Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, Pacific Point
White embossing powder
Tools: heat gun, Lots of Labels Framelits, Water Colour Pencils, Blender Pen, Stampin’ Dimentionals, Tear and Tape, Big Shot
Additional stamp set: Balloon Celebration
Cardstock: Melon Mombo, Pool Party, Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White
Ink: Melon Mombo, Tuxedo Black, Versa Mark, Pasific Point
Hello one and all. I saw this trick done once and I loved it so much that I thought I would share it will all of you. I hope you love it as much as I do. If you find the video a little hard to see, I have also added two picture of what the project looks. I think it’s time I got a video recorder…
Here is a picture of the ribbon all folded over.
And here is a picture of what it looks like on the finished card.
I decided that making different cards for each workshop was a bit too much. So now I am making three cards each month for all the workshops I do in that month. Here are the cards for June.
The dragonfly one says, “Happy Mother’s Day”. We can make it say something else seeing as mother’s day is over.
The tall Calypso Coral one on the right is one that we made at On Stage convention in November. It uses sale-a-bration colouring paper which is no longer available. However, there are different colouring pages available in the new 2017-2018 catalogue, so this card is still great for teaching how to use the water colour pencils.
It’s finally here. I went to Stampin’ Up!’s convention call On Stage back in November and they revealed this wonderful catalogue there. I have been trying very hard to keep it a secret ever since. Not any more. Here it is, in all it’s glory! Along with a few projects I have done with the new product.
Click the image above to see the catalogue on-line. Or let me know you want one and I can get one to you.
All but the box and the gray embossed paper are projects we did at On Stage. It’s a supper fun event only for demonstrators. If you join my team, you can get in on this exclusive event!
Holiday catalogue preview! These projects show off one of the new embossing folders. I love Chritmas bobbles, but I never had anything to hang them off of. Now I do! I hope you enjoy these creations of mine.
Week three of my sneak peak at the new Holiday Catalogue. This bundle comes with a photopolymer stamp set and a set of thinlet dies. I was struck by the elegance of this set, and the many sayings that come with it would suit anyone. I hope you like it as much as I do.
I should have made the blue card with silver instead of gold. The star above the blue card is a Christmas tree ornament. However, I didn’t have anything to hang it from so there it is.
A curious thing has happened to me. In my business, I have tired to be mindful that not everyone believes the same things. As a result, my Christmas collection of stamps was lacking any saying that had anything to do with Christ. I didn’t realize this until I read the sayings that come in this set. I only show two sayings in this picture but there are many more. Some talk about the star that lead the wise men to Jesus, others are more simple, like, “Merry Christmas.” That is one of the reasons I love this set. You can use it to make Christmas cards for both, the people who believe in the true meaning of Christmas, and those who want to celebrate it as a meaningful holiday filled with family and friends.