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Author Archives: Debra Burgin
This month in camp, we’re making a note card with a duplicate of the focal piece on a larger card. Smart stamping! Stamping multiples isn’t my favorite activity — sometimes it has to be done — but especially when I’m … Continue reading
If there’s a sleeper set in the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog, I think might be Many Blessings, on page 46. This multi-season set is perfect for coloring — but don’t overlook the little stamps that coordinate with the bigger … Continue reading
Towards the top of my wish list for the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog was the Tin Tile embossing folder. This folder is designed to create extra-defined texture, and you know that because of the word “Dynamic” in its name. … Continue reading
Last Friday was Grandparents’ Day at Peter’s school. The volunteers did a beautiful job with a breakfast, and the tables were decorated with globes or books: I really can’t help it: I get emotional during tributes to just about anyone, … Continue reading
New items have been added to the Stampin’ Up! Clearance Rack in the online store! Retired Designer Series Paper, punches, dies, ink, and embellishments are waiting for you, but supplies are limited — and with discounts up to 60%, products … Continue reading
You’re expecting something in a buffalo check, right? No. Today I’m sneaking into the holidays with this Jingle Jump card from earlier this month: I love this little set, Nothing Sweeter, on page 25 of the Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday … Continue reading
In preparation of this weekend’s Jingle Jump sessions, I’ve been cutting hundreds of pieces of Designer Series Paper from the new Stampin’ Up! 2018 Holiday Catalog. It’s so beautiful, and if you ever doubted the value of Stampin’ Up!’s coordinated … Continue reading
It doesn’t bother me that craft stores, both online and brick-and-mortar, start putting out supplies for the holidays early. Like now. Crafters need time to create, and it’s important to have materials available. It does bother me to see holiday decorations … Continue reading