Monday, March 26, 2012

Great Time To Join Stampin' Up!!!!

Time is running out to take advantage of the Discount and Additional Benefits for signing up to be a Demonstrator during Sale-a-bration! Join by March 31st to get this fabulous offer!

If you want to join the Stampin' Up! Team and become a Demonstrator, you can join for $125.00 and receive a Starter Kit valued for more than $345.00.

SALE-A-BRATION STARTER KIT BONUS!  Receive your choice of either FREE Designer Series Paper (you pay for shipping) or a FREE My Digital Studio Download (no shipping charge) EVERY MONTH that you are active, from Feb. through Dec., 2012.  Up to a $120 value!

If you love the product, and want to expand your Stampin' Up! supplies at a discount, this is an awesome opportunity. Contact me for details.

HOBBY STAMPERS!  You can join and get the benefits now thru June 30, 2012 with no obligation to purchase anything further or host workshops.  There's no penalty to drop. 

Whether you want to purchase your own stamping supplies at a discount, to earn some extra money from your hobby, or to build a business, Stampin’ Up!® provides you with the opportunity to reach your goals.


There are all kinds of demonstrators, and Stampin’ Up! needs each of them! What kind of demonstrator
would you be?

Discount Demonstrator:
You like the idea of buying stamps and supplies for your personal use at a 20 percent discount and occasionally selling
to neighbors, relatives, friends, etc.

Seasonal Demonstrator:
You work hard for a short period of time or season to earn a specific amount of money or to achieve a specific goal, and then you maintain minimum orders and sales during the balance of the year.

Hobby Demonstrator:
You love doing workshops and earning extra money when it is convenient. You work a lot some months and very little other months. You will do workshops if they are easy to book, and maybe have a regular group that meets together once a month. You enjoy the rewards that being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator brings, but you don’t plan to make Stampin’ Up! a career.

Career Demonstrator:
You view Stampin’ Up! as a viable business with long-term career potential. You pursue a management role, and you want to continue moving up with your Stampin’ Up! career. You love attending Stampin’ Up! events and have close relationships with other demonstrators. You work at your business in a consistent and outgoing manner.

As you can see, this is a fun, flexible business you can build to suit your individual needs and goals.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Petite Purse Die

I have to say, I am in LOVE with this new Petite Purse Die!  I covered the nuggets to illustrate and set them beside the purse to show how CUTE this lil purse is!  It would make awesome Party Favors for a Wedding Shower, Baby Shower, Luncheon, Place Settings, etc...... and on and on!  I've seen it made into a Diaper Bag, by adding just a few sweet touches, a Fishing & Tackle Box, a Designer Purse.  The ideas are endless and it goes together in a snap!  And for the chocolate lovers..........  4 nuggets fit inside!!!!  The ribbon is NEW too!  Daffodil Delight!

We will be making these in April's Monthly Card Class!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Dream BIG!

Today's card is so bright & cheery!  Who doesn't dream?  The Summer Smooches Designer Series Paper paired up with the Word Play Stamp Set will make someone's day much HAPPIER! 

The arrows were made with 3/4" strips of paper and 1" square punch, cut on the diagonal. The button was threaded with a thin strip of paper and tacked on the back using a glue dot. Simple & Fun!

Tuesday, March 20, 2012


Here's a sneak peek at a NEW Stamp Set and Designer Series Paper!  This is one of the fabulous new releases that will be in the upcoming Stampin' Up! Catalog.  The NEW Catalog will be online and available to order from on June 1 this year!  This Stamp Set- Bright Blossoms and the Summer Smooches DSP will be available along with a few other coordinating products to you on APRIL 1-30.  This week I will be showing you a couple of projects that I made last Friday with a couple of demonstrators in my downline.  The envelope was made using the Simply Scored Diagonal Plate- NOW AVAILABLE!

Stamp Set:  Bright Blossoms
Stampin' Write Markers- Almost Navy, Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Real Red
Card Stock: Tangerine Tango, Whisper White
DSP: Summer Smooches
And More: Bitty Buttons, Bright Brads, Scallop Edge Punch, Mat Pack & Paper Piercer
Simply Scored Diagonal

Card Size- 3"x 3"

Sunday, March 18, 2012


The third card from the Card Class is this precious Dress Form from Established Elegance Stamp Set.  I saw the idea on Lynn Pratt's blog and did a modified version. 

Stamp Set: Established Elegance
Ink: Basic Black
Card Stock:  Blushing Bride, Very Vanilla
DSP:  Blushing Bride 2010-12 In Colors Pattern Paper

Don't forget to stock up on your 2010-12 In Colors-

Blushing Bride, Concord Crush, Poppy Parade, Pear Pizzazz & Peach Parfait.

Do you  need-  Card Stock, Ink Refills, Ink Pads & DSP!  They will be retiring May 31 2012.  We will be getting 5 more colors to take their place.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Established Elegance- CASEd

Here is another card that we made last Friday night during the Monthly Card Class.  It was really fun to make.  The idea came from another demonstrator Kirsty.  I copied her design as close as possible.  I just love the staples on the ribbon and tag! Thank you Kirsty for sharing your talent! 

Stamp Set:  Established Elegance
Card Stock:  Soft Suede, River Rock
DSP: Neutrals Pattern Paper
Ink:  Soft Suede
Established Elegance Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

Monday, March 12, 2012

RAINBOW Hearts - "CASED" Card

Don't you love it when someone has a beautiful idea that inspires you and you can "copy and share everything"- CASEing a  card is doing just that.  I CASEd this cards from another demonstrator.  She shared her card in one of Shelli's challenges. You will find Ruth Norton's original card HERE. The changes I made to "make it my own" for Friday's Monthly Card Class were: 
1. I didn't have 10 buttons of each color and size, so I chose to make the Rainbow using the Small Heart Punch and Designers Series Paper- Brights Collection.
2.  Ruth colored each letter with her Stampin' Up! Markers.  I stamped my "Hello" in Daffodil Delight and then took my markers and ran it over the stamp horizontally.
3.  By adding the Heart Adorning Embossing Folder to the base card, it looks like it's been raining hearts before the Rainbow made it's grand entrance.

Sunday, March 4, 2012


Time to whine a bit!  I've had a horrible cold this week.  I'm not usually a baby about feeling bad, but it stinks that I can't go see Harrison and help out with the new mommy & daddy (who am I kidding, I can't go hold Harrison for hours!).   I get daily pictures of my g'baby and hope to scrapbook them in the future.

One of our family's favorite things to do is to go to the theatre and see the new animated shows that come out.  We will miss the opening weekend for The Lorax, but in honor of the first animated show out after Harrison's birth, I decided to make a card......  see, I am feeling better already! I love punch art, so this was a delight to make. 

Card Stock:  Melon Mambo, Whisper White, White Confetti
Designer Series Paper: Berry Blossoms
Ink:  Melon Mambo, Soft Suede
Punches:  Lace Ribbon Border, Blossom, Square, 1/2" Circle, 1/4" Circle, Corner Rounder, Postage Stamp, Scallop Oval, Sm Oval
And More:  Brights Button, Ovals Die
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