It doesn't matter if it rains all weekend! I'm going to be stamping! Tonight is Kit Night at my house. I have 10 ladies coming to make the Birthday Bright card kit. I know it's going to be a fun night of laughter, food, and fun. Oh, and I've got some awesome prizes picked out, too. Because, who doesn't love prizes????
How is this even possible???
Have you seen what the special offers are this week?
I was pretty shocked when I saw these this morning. Project Life makes photo organizing and memory keeping a SNAP! All you need is a box of cards, the accessory pack, some pocket page protectors, and a journal. No more worries about losing your phone and all your photos. They're all in one place, preserved for everyone to see. What a wonderful living heirloom for your family!
Not into memory keeping? I love to use Project Life cards to make cards!!! The preprinted designs make card making quick, simple, and WOW! Are the gorgeous!
Not convinced??? Check out these LOVELY Project Life decor items, from Joyce Fowler, a member of Stampin' Up!'s Artisan Design Team 2015–2016:
Needs some more idea? Contact me to set up a private workshop on using Stampin' Up!'s Project Life cards and accessories with your family and friends. I'd love to show you how to incorporate these beautiful cards into your crafting repertoire.
Who doesn't like shaker cards? I mean, they shake!!! It's like trying not to shake a snowglobe. Or eat just one potato chip. You just can't help yourself. You've got to shake it up.
The same is true for these To You and Your shaker cards. One morning this fall, I met a friend at Panera. Over coffee, conversation, and pumpkin muffins, we created 18 shaker cards and enjoyed a little "me time".
Whether, like me, this is yoru first attempt at a shaker card, or if you're a pro, the To You and Yours shaker card kit takes all the guess work out of it. The Stampin' Up! design team has planned and packaged everything you need to make someone's holiday just a little bit brighter.
This kit is only available between now and January 4th, or while supplies last.
I love fall. The humidity here in the South disappears, the days are cooler, and life seems to slow down. Take today, for example. We got up early and grabbed a bit of breakfast. Then, after taking the dogs for a walk, I sat down to do a bit of crafting.
I bought this Tin of Cards project kit as soon as the Stampin' Up! catalog came out in June. I just love it, but never seemed to find the time to sit down and finish it. So, I grabbed something to drink, turned on the Gilmore Girls, grabbed my Mint Macaron and Basic Black stamp pads and got to work.
First of all, look at everything that comes in this box! The kit makes 16 full sized cards, complete with embelishments and envelopes.
You also need the Tin of Cards Stamp Set.
This kit really was the easiest one I've ever put together. A few hours in front of the tv, and I have 16 birthday, congrats, and thinking of you cards all housed in my favorite color tin. And best of all, there's enough paper leftover to to make a few more cards!
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July has just flown by! I just got back from Stampin' Up's! Inspire, Create & Share convention. It was three non-stop days of crafting, swapping, and meeting new people. The highlight of the trip was seeing the new Handmade for the Holidays catalog! I think I need everything in it!
The holiday catalog will be unveiled on September 1. One of the things I love about being a demonstrator is we get to preview and order from it at least a month in advance. This means, I'll get to create new cards and projects to share with you. Would you like to be able to pre-order? Join my Stamping Bee team today!
So, while I wait for my holiday order to arrive, look what was waiting for me when I got home!
I've been waiting to make the Cottage Greeting Kit since I saw it in the 2015-2016 annual catalog. It reminds me of an English garden. The kit includes:
* 15 printed and scored card bases (5 each of 3 designs)
* 15 envelopes and silver foil liners
* Includes die-cut accents, foil accents, baker's twine, Stampin' Dimensionals, wood sheets, self-adhesive enamel dots, and sequins
And it coordinates with some of my favorite colors: Basic Gray, Bermuda Bay, Blushing Bride, Delightful Dijon, Mint Macaron, silver, and Tangerine Tango, vanilla, white
I'm going to make these tonight; I can hardly wait.
Be sure to check out new Weekly Deals posted today. Won't those metallic foil doilies be great for holiday crafting???
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