Tuesday, December 29, 2015
Wednesday, December 16, 2015
The first two pictures are of things you can get in our upcoming Occasions Catalog. It will go live in January. If you are in need of one I’d be happy to help you out. Then in the 3rd picture is the weekly deals that are good from now till next Tuesday. And the last two pictures are the poinsettia's I made when I couldn’t sleep.
I made the poinsettia’s with the Punch Builder Festive Flower. Here are some pointers in how to make the poinsettia’s. I think I may make mine into card’s I haven’t decided yet.
8 Large Petals
4 Smaller Petals
2 Double Petals (the ones that look like a bikini top)
and for the base I punched out circles. Any size circle should be fine.
I also used the Encore Gold Ink to give it a little bit of a flair but there is a product coming in the new catalog that would be great for that effect also called Wink of Stella Glitter Brush and it comes in clear and gold.
I am not tech savvy and for some reason the link I wanted to share for supplies is not working for me. If there is something you want to know about more specifically please let me know and I will share the information.
Thank you for looking!
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Remember yesterday’s card share? Well I wanted to share what the envelope looked like that I made for it. The size of the card was 41/2 by 6. I love our punch board because I can make envelopes of all sizes. The cards I tend to make don’t necessarily fit a standard size envelope. Down below you will find a list of supplies I used to make this. Thank you for coming by and have a creative day!
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
I just wanted to come on and share a Christmas Card I just made. It’s simple but I think the gold Christmas tree gives it a pop of color. In fact, that paper is in our weekly deals this week. The rest of the products can be found in our main and holiday catalog. If you are in need of either catalog please let me know and I will be happy to send you one. Down below you will find a list of the supplies I used to make this. Thank you for coming by! Have you started making your Christmas cards?
Sunday, November 22, 2015
Monday, November 16, 2015
As promised here are the samples I made with Dove of Peace. My upline Patty Bennett was so gracious to give me her Dove of Peace stamp set once she was done with it. Her only ‘requirement’ was to make 3 samples to share. I shared with our group and thought I would share here to. I made a card using our Winter Wonderland Washi Tape and Vellum. I then made an ornament which I punched out and colored with our markers. My last sample was a card front which I colored and used retired stickers. Down below you will find a list of the products that you can still get. I also want to remind you if you really like this stamp set please act now as this was on the holiday retiring list. Have you made anything Christmas related yet? As always you can shop here Online Store
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
- $17.00 + tax and shipping
- New: Thanks a Latte Kit - 140782 (July 2015)
- $8.00 + tax and shipping
- New: Blissful Bouquet Refill - 140381 (October 2015)
Monday, October 19, 2015
Here is some extra information.
- Dates: October 19-23, 2015
- Host stamp sets, rotary stamps, and supply list stamp sets are not eligible for the 15 percent promotional discount on stamps.
- Bundles are not eligible for this promotional discount, but they will retain their current 15 percent Bundle & Save discount. The stamp set from the bundle may still be purchased ala carte with the 15 percent promotional discount.
- Stamps purchased using a 50 percent Stampin' Rewards discount will not be available for this 15 percent promotional discount. Stamps purchased using Stampin' Rewards discounts will still be 50 percent off retail value of the stamp set.
- All order types qualify for this promotion.
- There is no limit to how many discounted stamp sets can be placed on an order.
- There is no minimum purchase required for this promotion.
Saturday, September 26, 2015
I recently jumped on the planner wagon. I got The Happy Planner for my birthday and I love it! It got me thinking of Stampin’ Up! and what products I could use in my planner. Down below you will find a list of things that I thought would be suitable for that. What about you? Have you used Stampin’ Up! when your planning? The products I chose were from both our annual catalog as well as our holiday catalog. I also wanted to mention that I personally think that all our ribbons would be a good fit. Because we have a good variety and there is quite a few I didn’t list them but you can find them in both of our catalogs. You also can’t forget the Project Life items we have and the cards that can be used in your planning. We also have 6x6 paper pads that would be a good investment to your planner and your creativity. I just did a quick glance in my listing but I wanted to also mention our punches would be good to use and you can make your own stickers. Also if you used our regular designer series paper you could cut it down to the size that your wanting. I hope that the list I shared with you get’s your creative juices flowing and thinking outside of the box when it comes to Stampin’ Up! Thank you for stopping by!
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
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This past Friday my church put on a craft bash. It was about a couple hours and I was running late. So with the time I had left I was able to make 1 Christmas card and I wanted to share what I did. Are you a Christmas card maker or do you tend to do photo cards and get them at Costco? Down below you will find the list of products that I used to make this card. I got the idea from our Holiday Catalog. If you are in need of a Holiday Catalog please leave a message here email@example.com Or if you already know what you would like to order you can do so here. Online Store Thanks for stopping by!
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
I just wanted to share what our weekly deals are this week. If you would like to place an order you can do so here Online Store Down below is a list of the products that are on sale this week. If you have anymore questions I will be happy to answer them. Thank you for stopping by!
Saturday, September 5, 2015
I wanted to do a quick share of the things I got from our new Holiday Catalog. The reason why I said mostly is because a couple of things you can get from our annual catalog. Down below you can find a list of the things I got. If you are in need of a annul catalog or holiday please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I will be glad to help you out. Thanks for stopping by!
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
I just wanted to do a quick reminder today. It’s a new week for our weekly deals! If you would like to order any of these you can do it here. Onlline Store If you need a annual catalog or a holiday catalog please let me know. Thanks for stopping by! Hope you find a time to be creative!
Thursday, August 20, 2015
I just wanted to do a quick share. The other day was one of my friend’s birthday and I wanted to make a card for her. She loves ice cream and we were getting together the day after her birthday for frozen yogurt so I thought it was appropriate to make her this kind of card! Down below you can see the list of items I used to make this card. Thanks for stopping by! I made a mistake and met to say Cherry on Top DSP which can be found in the annual catalog.
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
I just wanted to do a quick share of what our weekly deals are this week. If you’d like to see a bigger picture of the items you can go here.Weekly Deals and you can order from here Online Store you can also find Project Inspiration when you to those links. Thank you!
Friday, June 26, 2015
Sunday, June 14, 2015
I just wanted to share with you a couple of things that have kept me busy. My up line Patty Bennett had our group come up with color combos that featured the in colors that are new this year. She wrote a post about it and showcased the colors that were given. You can see her post in the link that says Patty Bennett. The first picture was my take on the color combos. I stamped the different colors with the Butterfly Basics stamp set. With it being graduation season, well now the tail end of it I made cards with new product and old a like. I also made a card for someone I know who has cancer and anchors is a special symbol to her. You can also see down below some of the products that I used. What have you done lately?
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
I don’t have this yet. But I wanted to showcase one stamp set in particular.
Every year Stampin’ Up! makes a stamp for Ronald McDonald Charities. This year they will donate $3 to the charity for every stamp sold.
I remember when I was a kid and my sister was working in Fresno as a pharmacist the hospital she was working at was associated with RMHC. I loved that there was a program like that. You can find more info about RMHC in the inside back cover of our new catalog. But let me share the blurb anyway.
Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) keeps families together and surrounded by love when their children are receiving medical treatment far from home. Help Stampin’ Up! support more families through RMHC and the Ronald McDonald House program.
The above picture are samples of what you can find in our catalog that showcases this particular stamp. I can’t wait to get mine! Are you planning on getting one? If so what will you create? Thanks for stopping by!
Monday, June 1, 2015
Thursday, April 16, 2015
Saturday, March 21, 2015
Friday, March 20, 2015
Saturday, February 28, 2015
Remember when I posted last week this picture? Well today my up line Patty wrote a post about the samples we did in her meeting. I wanted to share her post so that you can see my other team members examples as well as mine. We used the Butterfly Basics and Artisan Kit to make our samples. The link I am sharing is Part 2 if you want to see Part 1 you can do so here. Part 1 Thanks for looking!
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
I just wanted to do a quick share today. As I shared previously I am part of Patty's down line. Our group is called Luv2Stamp. We have been doing our meetings online lately. These were the projects we worked on. I love it! So pretty! You can get these items to make them through our Occasions catalog. We made 2 cards and a gift box out of the box that the embellishments came out of. I already have in mind who I will be giving the 2 cards too. I am thinking of placing another order soon so I can pick up more of the Artisan Embellishment Kit. Thanks for stopping by! I hope these samples have inspired you to play with items you might have gotten in the Occasions catalog! Down below you will find a list of supplies to make these projects. If I can be of any help to you on these projects or anything Stampin’ Up! related please let me know. I will be happy to help and thank you!
Tuesday, February 10, 2015
I had some time last night to work on Valentine cards. Nothing like waiting until the last minute! I also wanted to share the projects I made in January. I am part of Patty Bennett’s down line. We have changed our meetings where most of the meetings will be held online. The third picture shows what we made. The last picture is a card I made for the meeting as a virtual share. It was my take on a card they showed in the new Occasions catalog. Between the two Valentines I made last night I like the Be Mine card the best. I love that with Stampin’ Up! products they all come together. Did you make Valentine cards this year? Are you part of a Stampin’ Up! team? I would love for you to be in mine. In need of a catalog? Please feel free to drop me a line here Melinda Hoover. Down below you will see a list of the products I used to make these products. Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!
Monday, February 9, 2015
I just wanted to do a quick share. I was able to make these cards with the Lotus Blossom stamp set. You can get this stamp set for FREE until the end of March when you place a $50 order. This stamp only comes in photopolymer. This kind of material for stamps is fast becoming a favorite for me. I love how it sticks to my block. Certain colors will stain your stamp but it will not prevent you from making a perfect image with a different color. When you are using a photopolymer stamp I’d recommend having padding under your stamp surface such as our piercing mat. (126199) I believe this is my favorite stamp ever. I am having so much fun with it. I stamped my flowers in the different pinks and purples we have. The stems in the greens we have. Thanks for stopping by!