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Tag Archives: photopolymer stamps
As you may remember, when Stampin’ Up! first introduced its line of photopolymer stamps, one set was released each month. Many of those sets sold out really, really quickly, so SU! guaranteed that each new set would be available for … Continue reading
Our neighbor across the street celebrated her 75th birthday a couple of weeks ago. We were invited to the party, and I knew she would appreciate these personalized and practical note cards. A gift card and trip to a local … Continue reading
Is “amazing” the new “awesome”? Looks like it to me! Just check out the sentiment in Painted Petals and now in this new photopolymer set, Lovely Amazing You! We saw this demonstrated on stage at Leadership, and I was so … Continue reading
I didn’t set out to create another card in purple and yellow for last week’s Leadership swaps, but that’s what happened. I used this layered “scribble” flower on a camp project last month and wanted to play with it further. … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon my friend Jennifer Taylor hosted an All Occasions Swap at Leadership. There were three groups, and I participated in all three. Here’s my first swap card, which did double duty as a mail swap for another group. The … Continue reading
I really, really hope your stamping antennae are up for the monthly release of the new photopolymer stamp set! No? Then keep alert for the second Tuesday of the month, when Stampin’ Up! lets us in on the big reveal. … Continue reading
We were reminded at last week’s Catalog Kickoff that Valentine’s Day will be here before long! That made me break into a bit of a sweat, and I had to stifle a scream. But my life is all about planning … Continue reading
I hope you’re watching the Weekly Deals change every Tuesday on the little widget to the right. But if you view this blog in a reader, you’re probably not seeing it at all! It’s a simple thing to view any … Continue reading