I am a Stampin' Up! Manager and Team Leader for the Fabulous Creative Escape Artists. I have been a demonstrator for 13 wonderful years. I love being a stay at home mom of two and being able to share my love of stamping with others. I am so excited to share what I love with you.
My friend Ami told me yesterday that she liked the glitter boot card but she was tired of seeing it on my blog everyday. Again, I have not disappeared but life has been absolutely crazy and I have been overwhelmed the past few weeks. I just wanted to let you know that I WILL be back to share new Spring catalog and Sale-a-bration projects will you in mid January so be on the lookout then. Merry Christmas and hold those that you love so dear close.
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I made this coffee filter wreath to go on my faux mantle all year round. For the month of October I added this Halloween lolly decoration to it. I just tied it around the wreath loosely with some twine. I hope to change the wreath with the seasons. We will see if I keep up with that!
Starting at 12:00 AM (MT) and ending at 11:50 PM (MT), almost every stamp we sell will be 15 % off. For one day ONLY Monday, October 29th Stampin' Up! is trying to sell more stamps in one day than ever before and you get to enjoy the benefits of that! Go to my store and order online HERE to also take advantage of the clearance rack with over 70 new items added or call or email me by 9:00pm Central time so I can get your order placed!
This means all stamps in the current catalogs including Background stamps Personalized name stamps Cookie press stamps Single-image stamps
This DOES NOT include Hostess sets Bundled stamp sets Digital stamp brush sets There is no minimum purchase, and no limit to the number of stamps you can order.
New single stamps
From now until January 2nd you have the opportunity to purchase single stamps. Below are all the flyers to see them larger but more stamps have been added and some are brand new, never before seen stamps!
I did a wedding party a little while back. We made this card and I demonstrated the Fancy Favor box. We used the brides colors and made it a little vintage. She is having a "lock and key" vintage style wedding. She loved these projects.
Here is another FABULOUS project we made at our group meeting a while back. This is so neat. I am sure you can find a tutorial online somewhere. You pull up the chocolate bar and the word sheet slides out the bottom. You can do this for any season. I will have to try it on my own.
I love the houses that were made at convention 2 years ago. I have many cut already in preparation for possible classes. I decided to make a Halloween House to go along with my Fall/Halloween decor. I really love how it turned out. Here it is on my new faux mantle.
More Christmas for you! I love this little reindeer from Joyous Celebrations. I used the DSP from the Festive Paper Pack and my embossing folder on a smaller square. I am really thrilled with how this turned out. This may be my starting off point for my family Christmas cards this year.
On Saturday we celebrated my twin niece's birthdays. They are turned 3 yesterday and family was all in town for the 1/2 marathon so we celebrated together. They both got Hello Kitty sheets from us (my sister asked for this) so instead of cards I made these really cute Hello Kitty tags using punches. How fun!
Yesterday my sister and her family and my parents came into town. Today is the big day! My sister and I are running a half marathon this morning. Since Halloween is almost here, I made these boxes with note cards as a pillow gift waiting for each of our guests. I hope they love them as much as I do. The kraft boxes fit the 3x3 note cards perfectly.
This is my first attempt at sewing on a card. I used some of our $.99 fabric from the Clearance Rack to add some dimension to this card. I also added some Dazzling Diamonds to the center of the ornament. Don't worry about fabric. I am becoming braver since I have a bunch that was so inexpensive. If something I try doesn't work I am not out a lot of money. I will keep trying. Sewing on some scrapbook pages is next on my list.
This is a great tag we made at our last large group meeting. I love how all the layers work together. This was perfect because I stuffed this bag with chicken noodle soup, pistachios, a sleeve of saltine crackers, a get well soon card from each of the kids and some decaffeinated tea bags. All for my mother in law who just had knee surgery. Those are some of her favorite things.
I was having fun just stamping just to stamp. I love the boot stamp set that you see above. I dressed it up a little with some DSP and added some layers. The Soft Suede layer behind the boot is actually a piece I took from an outdated DSP sample ring I had.