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Choosing sets from the new Stampin’ Up! 2018-2019 Annual Catalog for the July camps wasn’t easy! But I kept coming back to Abstract Impressions (page 129), which recalled several sets that retired years ago. Back then we didn’t have photopolymer stamps … Continue reading
Did you know yesterday was National Lipstick Day? You may want to mark it on your 2019 calendar for July 29. Not sure what a celebration for National Lipstick Day looks like, but I have the card: I had made … Continue reading
Yesterday, the Stampin’ Up! corporate offices were closed for “innovation day.” Yes, closed. Three weeks into the new catalog, closed. Now, we could still place orders via our online system, but the support center was not available and even the … Continue reading
Lilypad Lake was one of the sets I wanted to feature at my Host Appreciation event last week. I used a card from OnStage in Milwaukee (you may have read about it here), one with an amazing background created with … Continue reading
I’m happy to be moving into a quieter few weeks, with time to catch my breath and regroup. So now, a look back at last weekend’s annual Host Appreciation event. This living room display showed product and samples from the … Continue reading
This is an unusual extended weekend for us, with an early Father’s Day gathering here (as my other stepson is in town) and two host appreciation events. Believe me, there is list after list posted around the house! This is … Continue reading
When Barbara Bush died in April, I heard several references to her pearl necklaces. That made me remember the pearls I used to wear pretty regularly when I was younger and working outside the home. My sisters gave me pearl … Continue reading
I don’t remember where I first saw this term, but I don’t think it had anything to do with ink. I love the way it describes putting items in order of the colors of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, … Continue reading