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3 ways to use Stampin’ Up! Soft Pastels

Posted: Wednesday, June 9th, 2021 @ 10:44 am in Projects | No Comments »

My goal today was to play with the new Stampin’ Up! Soft Pastels and do some #simplestamping.  I’ve been a demonstrator 22 years – long enough to miss the pastels we used to have.  I’m happy to have pastel chalks back in our coloring repertoire.  I had fun remembering some of our old techniques and […]

Last Chance Sale

Posted: Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 @ 12:38 pm in Projects | No Comments »

It’s time to say goodbye to the Jan – June Minicatalog.  Many favorite stamps and dies are carried over into the new Annual catalog.  However, some fun papers and accessories are retiring. One of my favorites is the Dandy Garden cards & envelopes.  Now at 50% off, these are beautiful and a great value.  I […]

Stampin’ Up! Maui Incentive Trip

Posted: Wednesday, May 26th, 2021 @ 3:55 pm in Projects | No Comments »

Free Creative Download – link below. I’m back from Maui, and having beach withdrawal along with my jetlag.  It was an awesome trip with a creative and caring community of friends.  Thanks Stampin’ Up! for providing this opportunity!   If you want to know more about how I work hard to earn Stampin’ Up! trips, check […]

Maui Incentive Trip Swaps

Posted: Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 @ 11:27 am in Projects | No Comments »

One of the perks of any Stampin’ Up! meeting is the opportunity to swap with other demonstrators.  The Incentive Trip, though mostly just a fun vacation to earn, is no exception.   I have my bag of swaps all packed and ready to hand off to the staff that take such good care of us on […]

New Host Stamps, Paper and Special

Posted: Wednesday, May 12th, 2021 @ 11:25 am in Projects | No Comments »

Do you love all the projects people are posting with the new Stampin’ Up! catalog products?  I want to feature the host sets and the new host PAPER, yes PAPER today.  (You know I love my Designer Paper). First we have  Better Places.  I think this nature themed set will be perfect for masculine cards […]

New Stampin’ Up! Catalog

Posted: Tuesday, May 4th, 2021 @ 9:34 am in Projects | No Comments »

The new Annual Catalog went live today!  You can download it here, or just go right to the shop. 4 May 2021 – 2 May 2022 Download | Shop Online   What’s at the top of your shopping list?  For me it was the Expressions in Ink Suite.   There is a reason this suite […]

Retiring Favorite Stamp Sets – part 5

Posted: Thursday, April 29th, 2021 @ 1:36 pm in Projects | No Comments »

I almost left out some of my favorites!  Just because they are Christmas stamp sets, does not mean that we can’t show them now, especially since they are retiring!  If you like to make your Christmas cards early, check out some of these and the matching dies before they are gone on May 3. Click […]

Retiring Favorite Stamp Sets – part 4

Posted: Wednesday, April 28th, 2021 @ 11:50 am in Projects | No Comments »

I’ve been covering some of my favorite retiring Stampin’ Up! products in my Lunchtime Lives (MWF on my page).  For #simplestamping I love our Notecards & Envelopes.  They fit nicely in the mini Paper Pumpkin Boxes.  Cute Fruit is a fun set to use.  And Comfort & Hope is another set that works great with […]

Retiring Favorite Stamp Sets – part 3

Posted: Wednesday, April 21st, 2021 @ 9:59 am in Projects | No Comments »

There are just a few days left to get these favorite Stampin’ Up! stamp sets.  Links will be at the bottom of this post.  Have fun shopping the Last Chance Sale! What do you think of the Beautiful World stamp set that we used in the April Card Class?  If you missed class, you can […]

Stamping Essentials

Posted: Thursday, April 15th, 2021 @ 1:31 pm in Projects | No Comments »

It seems like a lot of  stamping staples are retiring this year.  We were told that this is because of the cyclical nature of non-consumable items such as punches and dies.  Once everybody has them, the demand (and sales) go way down until another group of new crafters arises.  That tells me we better get […]