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It’s beautiful, fresh, lively, and fun — and here at last! I hope you’ve got your very own copy, but remember that you can always view Stampin’ Up! catalogs online. Click the catalog image to link to the PDF version. … Continue reading
Faux postage is a go-to design for me when I have just the right image. Want to try it for yourself? This set of three postage stamps is available for you in two Word documents on my Resources page. You’ll … Continue reading
Have you ever used Smooch Pearlized Accent Ink? You’ll find it on page 203 of the Stampin’ Up! catalog. Despite the product description, I had trouble understanding which product would achieve particular results — until I did my own experimentation. … Continue reading
This is one of our stamp camp cards this month. As I’ve said to my stampers, I am just waiting for a little elf to peek out from behind one of the trees. The details on this card give it … Continue reading
I cut a lot of paper. A lot. When I’m cutting, say, 90 projects for Super Saturday, I want to make sure I’m getting the most out of my card stock. But how? Check out this 8½” x 11″ Cutting … Continue reading
How do you organize your ink pads? Whether you store them in small, shallow drawers, as I do, or use Stampin’ Up!’s wonderful Color Caddy, you may find that identifying the color isn’t so easy any more. It used to … Continue reading
I’m not telling you your life will be incomplete if you don’t get every paper, ink pad, marker, and crayon in the new core colors and In Colors. But if you want the widest range of colors available, there’s a … Continue reading
Heartfelt Inkspiration campers have used this technique many, many times to secure ribbon so that it doesn’t slide around the card. You may know this as a “one-hole bow,” although I don’t use it for a bow, only a knot. … Continue reading