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What are some of the benefits of becoming a member? To start, you get a 30% discount on your first order of $150.00 or more, when placed within the first 45 days of becoming a member. And, that is IN ADDITION to qualifying for HOSTESS BENEFITS (minimum of $25.00 in "hostess dollars"). If your order is less than $150.00 and anytime thereafter, you still reap a 20% savings on all your orders as long as you continue to remain a member. You can CLICK HERE to learn about other benefits as well. Or, contact me for more info.
I have to say, I don't think I could ever get enough of the Blended Bloom (135906) single wood mounted stamp.
I do have to say this card design created by fellow demonstrator Becky Evans is one of my favorites. Love the colors as well as the way she colored it using the Daffodil Delight (130998) and Old Olive (130999) Blendabilities. CLICK HERE to see and order all the Blendabilities that are available and HAVE FUN with them! Oh, and don't forget the Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad (132708) while you're at it!
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Sign-up to be on my e-mail list and I will send you this month's (August 2014) Year-Round Fun Set newsletter which includes the link for a FREE TUTORIAL on how to make this desk top paper holder. Do you see the sign-up box over there on the right side bar? You have only until the end of this month, so... DO IT NOW!
CLICK HERE to see one of the latest photopolymer stamp sets from Stampin' Up! called Calling All Heroes (138002). What a fun set! I have a customer who just purchased it to make invitations and decorations for her son's upcoming 3rd birthday party. I can't wait to see what she does with it!
I love this card made by fellow demonstrator, Loni Spendlove.
On it's own the background stamp doesn' really look very impressive, but I love the way it turns out when stamped, don't you? Keep in mind that this stamp set will be available one WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! So, CLICK HERE NOW, to place your order before they're all gone. Can can also see all the photopolymer stamp sets that are currently available.
BTW - Have you signed-up to be on my e-mail list yet? If not, be sure to enter your name and e-mail address in the sign-up box over there to the right. And, when you do, by this Friday, August 15th, I will send you this month's newsletter that has a link to the tutorial on how to create this fun desk top paper holder.
So, if you still have not yet done so, be sure to DO IT NOW! And, send your friends over to be sure they do the same! Thanks!
I think we have wonderful single stamp designs, but I have to admit, the Blended Bloom (135906) single stamp is one of my favorites. And, why not? It's the perfect design for using with the Blendabilities markers. If you haven't watched the video on the basic techniques for using them yet, CLICK HERE to watch.
Here's another lovely sample...
In addition to giving this flower some dimension from the different shades, I've also created some layering by cutting the middle parts of the flower and attaching them on top of one another using Stampin' Dimensionals (104430).
The two colors of Blendabilities I used for this card were the Wisteria Wonder Assortment (131002) and Daffodil Delight Assortment (130998).
When my husband and I were on the Grand Vacation this past May in the Western Caribbean with Stampin' Up!, we participated in a Walk-A-Thon to help raise money for the people of Haiti. This is just one of many reasons why I love Stampin' Up! so much. They are involved in so many wonderful charities and organizations to give back.
p.s. - Yes, that was me, running, toward the end of the video. It was an honor to be able to participate in this wonderful cause. Thanks for watching!
...you must be signed-up to on my e-mail list by the end of this week, August 8th to receive "it". What is "IT"? "It" is for the tutorial on how to create one of these Desk Top Paper Holders. You'll learn how to create the base for you to be able to decorate as you please.
That's right, the link with the instructions originally went out in this month's newsletters, so those who are already on my list received the "exclusive" link. So, if you have not yet done so - just put your name and e-mail address into that little "sign-up" box, over there to the right. Do you see it? Everyone doing so by this Friday, August 15th, will still be able to receive the "Stamping Year-Round Newsletter" delivered straight into your "inbox". So, what are you waiting for? Do it NOW! Thanks and have fun making it!
Mustaches are all the rage, aren't they? This must be why Stampin' Up! actually has a fun Mustache Framelit Die (133741).
Here's a fun, "manly mustache" card made by fellow demonstrator, Tina Rappe. I love the simplicity of it. You know how men are. They really don't like a lot of "fru-fru", so this is perfect! The "You Da Man" stamp was actually created using our awesome Alphabet Rotary Stamp (133769). Love that you can create your own greetings and / or create personalized names with it. Oh the possibilities! Check it out below. It's BIG!
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