Sale-A-Bration is a FANTASTIC time to join our Stampin’ Up! Family. My Crafty Crew downline consists of hobby-demonstrators (who enjoy a 20-25% discount on all of their orders) and business-builders (who earn income by hosting one or more events per month).
For only $99, you’ll select up to $125 worth of products from ANY of the catalogs. BONUS– select 2 FREE stamp sets of your choice during Sale-A-Bration!
You have absolutely NOTHING to lose! Click HEREto learn more.
Paper Pumpkinis an exclusive kit from Stampin’ Up! that ships directly to your door each month. The kits are designed for 30 minutes of crafting goodness, and include all the supplies (including a stamp set and ink spots) you’ll need to complete the projects. Click HERE to see samples of past Paper Pumpkin Kits.
Ladies and Gentlemen, start your wish lists…..The NEW Occasions Catalogis now available!!!
Stampin’ Up! has exceeded our expectations once again! Filled with FABULOUS new stamps, ribbon, paper, embellishments, kits, and more…it’s hard to know where to begin!
Don’t forget about Stampin’Up!’s biggest promotion of the year…Sale-A-Bration!!! From January 4th through March 31st, you’ll earn a FREE Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you spend. I’m offering a Sale-A-Bration Stamp Club to help you make the most of this promotion! Click on the link for details 🙂
Let me know if you need a copy of the catalogs and I’ll send them your way.
Run the Crumb Cake card stock and Woodland Texture Impressions Embossing folder through the big shot. Then gently use the sponge dauber to add some shading to the trees using Tip Top Taupe ink pad.
The “Autumn Wishes & tasty dishes” greeting was stamped in versamark, and heat embossed using the heat tool and gold embossing powder. It coordinates nicely with the 2″ circle punch. Wrap some linen thread around your card, and pop up the greeting with a few dimensionals.
This is one of the cards we’ll be creating at tomorrow night’s Card Class @ McAlister’s! The event is open to everyone–only $5 or FREE with a catalog order. I’d LOVE to stamp with you 🙂
If you are looking to step-up your card, try the Double Slider technique! I found a fabulous video tutorial from SU Demonstrator Julie Davison–Thanks Julie!!! She also includes a pdf with written instructions and measurements.
So why is it called a Double Slider??? Pull on the string and see what happens 🙂
Pretty neat, huh– It’s like a magic trick in a card!!! The top and bottom panels slide out to reveal your message
I whipped up a handful of these sweet treat boxes for this month’s stamp club. I found this idea on Pinterest from SU Demonstrator Kriss Huels–Thanks Kriss! She used Sale-a-Bration paper, so I swapped in the NEW “Cherry on Top” designer series paper, and added the new Dotted Lace ribbon bow. The greeting comes from “A Dozen Thoughts” stamp set
My favorite part of this treat–you don’t have to rip the paper to open it!!! It slides right behind the greeting. Sweet!