Hi, Everyone! It is an exciting week! From today, April 21st through Friday, April 25th there is FREE SHIPPING on any order that you place on my Stampin’ Up! website! Plus, the retiring products list is now live. These products are only available while supplies last. I was really surprised to see the dies that are retiring! I will miss some of my favorites, but am happy that I already own them! If there is something you’ve been holding off on, be sure to check the lists (there are 2 – stamps and accessories) to make sure you don’t miss out on something you really have your eye on. Plus, it’s a great time to take advantage of not having to pay any shipping fee!
Also, when your order reaches $50 or more, you’ll automatically receive, from me, the Gold and Glitz Handbag and Card set Class by Email FREE. :) Don’t you love Freebies? I love to share them with you!
These products are already sold-out (as of 10:15 pm Monday). All retiring products are only available while supplies last.
Midnight Muse Re-inker
Gumball Green Re-inker
Gumball Green 8.5 x 11 Card Stock
Midnight Muse 8.5 x 11 Card Stock
Primrose Petals 8.5 x 11 Card Stock
Summer Starfruit 8.5 x 11 Card Stock
Raspberry Ripple 8.5 x 11 Card Stock
8.5 x 11 In-color 2012–14 Card Stock
12×12 In-color 2012-1014 Card Stock
Card stock and Pad Kit 2012 – 2014 (126835)
Hello and Thanks Clear Stamp Set (131658)
Backyard Basics Clear Bundle (132728)
Backyard Basic Clear stamp set (129258)
Birthday Cake 130390
Lg Pearl Basic Jewels are gone
Birthday candle wheel
This month’s free* Class-By-Email (Click HERE for details) is probably one of my top 5 all-time favorites. I love the adorable adequately-sized, stylish handbag that holds a full set of cards and envelopes. Plus, the cards themselves were so easy, yet fun to make. The step-by-step, full-color tutorial features the Delightful Dozen stamp set. (great set, by the way!) The tutorials are for a birthday shaker card (adorable!), a blinged-up ‘thank you’ washi tape card, a lovely, elegant vellum ‘congratulations’ card and a clever little ‘for my wonderful mother’ vellum pocket card that when the tag is in it, it resembles a little purse. So cute, and what a great combination of cards, right!?! Don’t you love the handbag?
This class is not for sale. You can only get this Class-by-Email FREE, by placing your $50+ order (until May 15) on my store website.
In the photos, I made an alternate set of cards. In the pdf tutorial, there are also alternate ideas/colors, etc. but I wanted to make a set that featured wedding and anniversary. So, that is what you’ll notice in the photos. Hope you enjoy yet another option to this great class. I will be making a lot of these. I’m so excited about this little handbag! I love it and will be giving them as gifts!
Below is a linked list of products used (besides basic tools such as adhesive, cutter, etc). You will want to add sticky strip and glue dots.
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Hi Everyone, a very happy Friday to each of you! It is a beautiful, sunny day here in my part of the world. The temperature made it to a whopping 68℉ yesterday, and let me tell you…I was one excited gal! I’m just really looking forward to seeing some color outside. My tulips are growing a bit more each day. Hoping for some blooms one morning soon. Anyway, onto today’s card. It is actually a card I posted a while back HERE. I mentioned that I would be sharing a video tutorial on it; which you will find below. I hope you enjoy it and give it a try.
If you have any questions, please let me know. All products used will be listed/linked below. I found a program (so happy!) that doesn’t post such big photos of the products. No one seemed bothered by it but me, but I’m happy to have found it anyway. Enjoy the tutorial!
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Thanks for stopping by today, friends! I appreciate each of you so super much! Have a great rest of your day! xx
I’ll be back soon with a project to share with you.
Hey there, Everyone! Thanks for stopping by today. Let me just say that I really, really love the card that I have to share with you today. It’s simple, elegant, quick to create (love those!) and the colors are so pretty together. It re-inspires me just looking at it. I made this a couple of weeks ago and plan to make more, but with a different sentiment. I may leave the sentiment off all together. It would look great without it! Hope it gives you a bit of inspiration today!
Don’t you love the trend of stamping white pigment ink onto Kraft (Crumb Cake with SU) card stock? I think it looks so nice and really makes the stamped image pop. Add a bit of Coastal Cabana and vellum and you’ve got me! I love it! It came together really fast, too. A minute or two for the die-cutting while I was waiting for the Whisper White Craft ink to dry. Then grab my stylus for a quick swirl around the die cut hydrangea petals before adhering them all together and you’ve got yourself a “Wow!” card. The butterflies gave it a nice pop of contrast, I thought. Anyway, I hope you like it and are more inspired then when you arrived here at my blog. That is always my goal. ❤
As with all recent posts, here is a linked pictorial list of the products used. Each picture will take you to that product in my online store.
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Happy Wednesday! I have a card to share with you today that I have cased (per customer request) from the Occasions Spring catalog. It can be found on page 7. There is a free pdf tutorial download for anyone who purchases the Life in the Forest stamp set from my online store. I thought you might enjoy having a step-by-step to go along with your new stamp set, so I wanted to make that available as a Thank you gift.
I hadn’t watercolored in a little while, so it felt good to break out my Aqua painter again. I love that tool! So neat and clean. Makes me feel like I can really paint! (I’m usually one of ‘those’ sloppy painters). Seriously, if you ever want to feel creative and artsy (painting), that is a good tool to start off with. One tip though, is you have to use a solvent-based ink like Staz-On with it. Otherwise, the black ink will run. I always use watercolor paper, as well. It is a porous surface, so perfect for using the Aqua Painter. Another plus, is that it can be really, really fast. (As long as you’re not doing fox legs). Water coloring is one of those techniques that looks like you’ve fussed, but you could have only spent moments on with card making. Like I mentioned, I made it for a sweet customer who liked seeing it in the catalog. It is a cute little stamp set that you can use for a lot of different, fun occasions.
As with all recent posts, here is a linked pictorial list of the products used. I wish I could figure out how to make the pictures smaller. No one has seemed to mind, but I wish it gave me an option to choose the size. Anyway, right…onto the product list: