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I can’t resist the bird from Petal Palette. So, yes, we used it again for this easy sympathy card: I had that embossing folder standing by for a few months before it ever got run through the Big Shot. It’s … Continue reading
The post title doesn’t refer to the card, but rather the stamp set used: Watercolor Words. It’s another favorite set that’s retiring. I wasn’t sure if my stamp-a-stackers would like this card, so I didn’t prepare all the kits, but … Continue reading
Last weekend was my second All-Occasions Stamp-a-Stack of the year. I used the three-session event as a reason to showcase some retiring products. I had a great time playing with some colors and stamps that have been pushed to the … Continue reading
If you’re kicking yourself for missing something out of the Stampin’ Up! 2017 Holiday Catalog, check out the Clearance Rack! Dozens of items were added yesterday — must clear out the old to make room for the new!
If there’s one thing that immediately jumped out at me from the Stampin’ Up! 2018-2019 Annual Catalog, it was the number of dies. Many are returning sets — and please don’t forget that if dies were part of a bundle … Continue reading
My Dad was a Navy man, and perhaps that explains his love of sailing. When I was a freshman in high school, over the winter he built a 14-foot sailboat from a kit. I can still smell the epoxy (or … Continue reading
I cannot tell a lie, I was dismayed when I opened the box of new products I could use for last weekend’s OnStage display. One of the stamp sets, Sea of Textures, had a large image of what I consider … Continue reading
I gave you the Color Revamp overview the other day, but it may be more understandable in graphic form. Note that the way these colors are represented on screen may differ significantly from their paper and ink versions. Click on … Continue reading