Now until October 31, you can earn the exclusive Good Greetings stamp set when your party reaches $300 in product sales. And that free set is in addition to the other exciting benefits you receive as host! This versatile 19-piece stamp set covers holidays from Halloween to Valentine’s Day — and more. Click the image here to see the set contents.
A party at home, a catalog-only party, or your own order — all of these qualify when the product amount (before shipping and tax) reaches $300.
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It’s here, it’s here — 52 pages (yes, I’m counting the covers!) of fun! Click the catalog image here to see all the 2014 Holiday Catalog products in one place.
One of the advantages I enjoy as a Stampin’ Up! Independent Demonstrator is that I see this early (this year at convention in July) and can order from it early (the beginning of August). So I’ve been stamping, cutting, and punching new things for the upcoming seasons — and loving it!
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I am really hooked on these little note cards! And how about those trendy circles? At convention one of the artists showed us how to draw these using the mask. So simple and fun!
Stampers, this week you can take 25% off the Clips Essentials Hardware that we’ve used in camp this month. Don’t forget the Big Shot & Bundles promotion that ends on Sunday, then add the Circles Collection Framelits. It’s a set I consider essential to own!
This card is serving double duty. First, one of my stampin’ friends surprised me at camp last week with the Downton Abbey 2014 Page-a-Day Calendar! I was absolutely delighted, and as I wrote in this card, never have I been so anxious to start a new year! And are you as impatient as I am for the new DA season to start?
Second, the floral image was colored with Stampin’ Blendabilities Markers in preparation for my first Bloomin’ Blendabilities class later this week. I am looking forward to this class (totally full!) because I have had such fun practicing my technique and creating the handout. I hope the participants will be equally enthusiastic — if I hear from enough of my stampers, I’ll offer another class in mid-September.
I’m really pleased with this card (from the Note Cards & Envelopes pack) because it’s so true to my current style: a scrap of ribbon, a some doily fluff, and the tiniest bit of bling (on the center of the flowers).
If you’ve been waiting to join Stampin’ Up!, wait no longer. Between August 21-28, new demonstrators will receive $150 worth of product in their starter kits, for just $99! Yes, that’s right:
- Create your starter kit from any Stampin’ Up! product — from the Annual Catalog, Clearance Rack, Weekly Deals, and even the Big Shot & Bundles promotion! (How smart would that be?)
- There’s no shipping added to the starter kit!
Talk about a sweet deal! Clicking on the picture above will provide more information about your starter kit, demonstrator benefits, and the Stampin’ Up! career plan.
Contact me today (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn how you can get in on this great deal — but hurry, it’s only here for a short time!
A project by Mary Brown inspired this card for my August camps. It’s so simple and — if you’re not anal about the flag spacing and alignment — pretty fast, too. (Notice the precision spacing and alignment on my sample card and draw your own conclusions about me.) The Moonlight DSP Paper Stack is perfect for this project — and many others!
It all started with a scrap of paper … does this ever happen to you? I couldn’t bear to throw away the practice piece I had done for my Blendabilities class, so I kept stamping, and trimming down, and digging for more to put on the card!
This spatter stamp from Gorgeous Grunge really deserves to be permanently mounted on its very own clear block — I use it so much! Do you remember Itty Bitty Backgrounds? It took me a long time to order it, then I couldn’t live without it!
More super deals this week! Have you tried the Coaster Board yet? It’s not as thick as chipboard, but sturdier than card stock. You can stamp on it (of course), die cut it, and emboss it. This might be the week to try it — at a discount of 25%! Click the graphic above to see everything.
Wow — we have lots of stampers playing in this edition of The Stamp Review Crew’s blog hop! If you started at the beginning, you just enjoyed Dawn’s work at Tiddbits from Dawn. Remember that you can click the blog hop banner at the top of each post to see a list of all 16 blogs this time.
I might as well confess here and now that my stamping for this hop was the first time my set played in the ink. We got this set at convention a few years ago and apparently I didn’t do the make-and-takes there … sometimes I am distracted by the conversation and laughter at the table!
I’ve always seen a doily in the largest stamp in this set, and because I’ve been working on a Blendabilities class, I had an ideal motif for the center. This reminds me of an imported, embroidered table piece you’d buy in a gift shop at a lakeside resort. Or at least, I would! I couldn’t bear to do anything with the card base for fear it would take away from the vellum.
I went to the opposite extreme and chose the smallest medallion in the set for an all-over pattern for this panel. I’m pretty sure you can’t tell that the center of each medallion is a circle punched from the fabulous Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. It’s beautiful stuff –a must-have for the holidays.
Time to move on to Stamps, Paper, and Ink to see what Cindy’s come up with — enjoy!