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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
The Stampin’ Up! 2018-2019 Annual Catalog is finally here! You’ll be able to order from this catalog at around noon MT. You can find my online store here — and thank you! Meanwhile, just for a bit of fun this … Continue reading
I can’t believe it — it’s the end of the Stampin’ Up! catalog year and time to enter your guess in the 10th Annual Great Coin Jar Contest! It’s this simple: guess the amount of money in this quart jar … Continue reading
Here’s my second-to-the-last reminder that the Share What You Love promotion ends tomorrow! Can you wait until June 1 to buy the components of each of the three bundles? Yes, but you won’t be getting one, two, or three items … Continue reading
When the retiring products lists were released in April, you may have noticed that all the inks were being retired. No need to panic! What is retiring is the current case and ink formula. Yes, Stampin’ Up! has redesigned the … Continue reading
Ever since the Stampin’ Blends found a space in my stampin’ studio, the Watercolor Pencils have been, well, neglected. Peter has his own set, and his favorite activity is sharpening them so they are at the ready when we begin … Continue reading
Did you notice it, too? OK, maybe 13 years of Stampin’ Up! has changed the way I think (pretty sure!), but when I saw Meghan Markle’s mother’s ensemble for the wedding, I thought “Soft Sea Foam”! Didn’t you? You were … Continue reading
Here’s the second card using the pink daisy I showed yesterday, this one for OnStage in Milwaukee. As if I didn’t love Berry Burst enough, in my project box was some stunning 3/8″ Mini Ruffled Ribbon. So, so pretty! There’s … Continue reading
Cook once, eat twice. That’s the way I work it, especially since we eat at home most of the time. I’m sometimes in that same mindset when designing cards: I think I said already that I tried to use my favorite … Continue reading