Perennial Birthday Project Kit

Have you checked out this kit?  It’s on page 16 the Occasions catalog.  This is such a deal and I think people maybe turning the page on this item a bit too quickly!  For that reason I have choosen to feature this kit at a Birthday Kit class on Friday, March 2nd.  There will be two sessions, a morning session and an afternoon session.  The cost of the class which includes the Perennial Birthday Project Kit is just $32.00!!  You also have the option of purchasing a kit that will finish off the inside of each card with two layers of cardstock and an accent piece of gold foil cardstock for only an additional $5.00.

What does this kit include:  Components for making 16 birthday cards, 4 each of 4 designs, plus the box to store them in.  It also comes with tabbed dividers for month at a glance reminders, (which is what I totally need).  The kit has bakers twine, satin ribbon, printed and white diecuts accents and gold foil sticker sheets with month names.

Here are some pictures for you to see what beautiful cards this makes:

I have some openings in this class schedule and I did order some additional kits.  I will supply the ink pads and stamp set needed to complete the kit here at my workshop with friendly stampers, water, soda or coffee and time to relax and create!

Let me know if you want to make this beautiful kit.  It is a handy dandy item for organizing your birthday cards, but, would also make a wonderful gift!

Happy Stamping!

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Bird Banter…..a great, fun stamp set!

This stamp set which can be seen in our Occasions catalog just makes me smile!  I must admit that it’s not typical of the stamp sets I usually purchase.   However, I have had nothing but fun with this set.  It has a number of different birds, but, two parakeets, which is just sweet!  For today’s card I paired it up with a colorful stripe from the Birthday Memories designer paper from the Annual catalog.

Here are my two little kissing birds!  I used blends and markers to color them in.  I had a number of pieces of the lemon lime twist cardstock that I had embossed for a different project left over.  I decided to use it to add some texture behind the focal point, the birds.  The pacific point layer was also embossed with Petal Burst embossing folder.

What embossing folder did I use for the lemon lime twist cardstock?  Answer me that and I will send you a thank you card!

Happy Stamping!

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My Retreat landscapes… request.

I posted pictures of my stampers with their landscape boards awhile back.  But, I did not post a close up photo of the starting point.  I just love the Waterfront stamp set and think that it’s just unbelievable how many ways you can use it!  I have seen just beautiful scenes.  One tip is to look up landscape photographs and use the Waterfront stamp set to reproduce your version.  I would suggest using watercolor paper.  Which is what we did for this project:

One of the choices was above, a mountain/tree landscape.  For this picture, we started with stamping the water, then the green area surounding it.  Next was the mountains, stamped over each other and coming closer to the bottom of the picture to create depth.  We stamped the sun then used my trusty aqua painter for the sky.  The picture was adhered with our green mono glue to a piece of chocolate chip cardstock.  Then adhered to the board with our Foam Adhesive Strips.

Each picture was an indiviual work of art.  It was so much fun for me to see each stamper create and fall in love with what they created!

The other choice was a beach landscape:

For this picture we started out with our trusty aqua painter and wet down the top portion of the watercolor cardstock.  We used soft sky to create a hard line for the horizon.  We stamped in calypso coral to give the sky some additional soft color wet down generously with the aqua painter.

After the sky portion was dry we stamped the mountains on each side leaving a little opening for us to pull the water down to the bottom of the picture.  The mountains were stamped to leave little areas for the beach.

I have to tell you one little thing about this particular picture:  The birds, (which I LOVE), were added to cover a little early espresso smooch I accidently put in the sky area!  So often with the right direction, little mistakes can be used to make the end results so much better!

This project was designed one day prior to my Retreat.  I wanted to create something different from anything I had seen.  I was so happy to sit down with each stamper here at the Retreat one on one to create the landscape of their choice.

Now you should go back and look at the pictures I posted of my stampers and their projects.  I thought it was so interesting to see each one completed and how everyone made it their own!

Happy Stamping!

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Sassy Saturday coming your way!

This coming Saturday, February 24th is my dual class.  I host a class at the same time as one of my downline, Amy P.  The beauty of this is that our stampers can partake from both classes here in one location!  They have the option of doing either mine or Amy’s cards or both!  Works out nicely for all of us!

So, here are a few of the cards we will be making.  One of my stampers asked me to design a special birthday card for her sister who is turning 70.  Here is the card I came up with:

So, on her card up in the right hand corner she will be placing the number 70.  The Sweet Soiree Suite has an Embellishment Kit that comes with all kinds of accents, including numbers, die cuts, foil tassels, washi tape, mini white clothespins and some marina mist scalloped ribbon!  Check it out on page 13 of the Occasions catalog.  You get tons of beautiful stuff for only $11.00!!

I wanted to soften the look of the designer paper in the background so I added a slightly smaller layer of vellum cardstock.  The cake is cut directly from the Sweet Soiree designer paper.  I think this will serve as a elegant birthday card or a wedding card.

Here is the inside of this card:

The floral die cut is from the embellishment kit I told you about!  Hard to see it, but is has silver foiling on it.  There are so many floral options that I will be letting everyone in class pick out their own little array of flowers from the kit!

As for card number 2, I had a request for a barn door card.

I used our smoky slate paired up with our basic gray cardstock.  I decided to go outside the box and use cherry cobbler for the hardware!  The little characters on this card are from the We Must Celebrate stamp set on page 39 of the Occasions catalog.  If you are looking at them in the catalog, their are four sweet little animals all together in a line.  I took my trusty scissors and cut them apart!  I love these little guys and thought they should be able to run free!

Want to see what’s behind the door?  Here we go:

That’s right, a sweet little racoon handing you his heart!  This is a fun card to send out in support of someone that just needs a smile!  I used the large stamp, Brushstrokes, on the back layer.  I thought it went well with our little racoon’s tail stripes.

Two very different cards in the same class.  I love designing from my stampers requests!  To tell you the truth, it makes it a lot easier for me.  Stampin’ Up! gives us so much to choose from, I love getting some direction from what my stampers need.  So, thank you stampers!!  You make my job the best job in the world!

Happy Stamping!

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Here’s another Kismet card for next weeks class.

I guess there was a little theme on these first two cards!  I must have been thinking of spring and all the birds!

This bird is hanging out in the jungle:

I mixed up a little embossing paste with a few drops of lemon lime twist on my silicone mat.  This mask is from the Sweet Soiree selection, designed to b used with the Sweet Soiree suite.  I looked at it and saw all the vines hanging in the Tarzan movies we used to watch as kids!

The cute little bird is from the Bird Banter stamp set on page 42 of the Occasions catalog.  I colored him in with blends and some markers because I wanted to get some of the lemon lime twist on our little bird.

Here’s another Kismet card.  I was requested to make a couple of Easter cardsw for this class, so here you go:

This sweet little bunny had to be put onto an Easter card!  He is from the Occasions catalog, page 40.  If you have been afraid of purchasing this stamp set because it is a three step process, please rest assured that this is so easy to match up and stamp the images.  I always start with the darkest image, in this case I stamped that in chocolate chip.  The second layer I stamped in chocolate chip also, but stamped off once.  The final layer is a cover all and I used crumb cake.  It’s amazing how he comes to life as each layer is stamped!

I used the designer paper from the Annual catalog, Bundle of Love.  This is a heavier weight paper that comes in blushing bride, gold foil, soft sky and very vanilla.  It’s a great match up if you want to do a boy card or a girl card, mix and match up those soft colors and prints.

This particular stamp is created from a photograph!  We have a number of stamps that are also made this way.  Can you tell me which other stamps are made this way?  Let me know!  The first three to respond will receive a card from me.

Happy Stamping!

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New Sale a Brations items added today!!!

This is a SUPER bundle that you can get for FREE with a $100 product order!!

Watch the video and then hit the red button on the right, place your order and get this fabulous stamp set and embossing folder shipped directly to you!!

Happy Stamping!!

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My February Kismet class …. my favorite class!

As listed in my class schedules, Kismet is my five new favorite cards of the month.  This is where I can go all over the place in designing and use a wide variety of stamp sets.

Here’s card #1:

I think this stamp set is so sweet!  It’s called Flying Home and can be seen on page 41 of the Occasions catalog.  The back ground designer paper is from one of my favorite selections from the Annual catalog, Delightful Daisy.

I love the soft print which I felt would be perfect matched up with this mother bird feeding her little ones for an Easter card.  I used my blends to color in the image using the blends that matched up with the dsp.

This particular design has another companion print that I used inside the card.  It uses the same floral design, but in a smaller print.

Don’t these work nicely together?  Here is what it looks like in the card:

I like to have a little something inside that finishes off the card, pretty outside and inside!  This verse if from a retired set.  I often keep some of the retired sets that have beautiful religious verses.

Happy Stamping!

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New Sale a Bration items starting tomorrow, February 16th!!

As  promised here is the “man” card I designed using some of the images from the new Sale a Bration stamp set called Eclectic Expressions.  I LOVE our stamp sets that include images for interesting backgrounds and watercolor look blotches.  (Not sure if that is a good description, but you’ll understand when you get to see this fabulous set.)

I used the designer paper from our True Gentleman selection.  (To see all the fabulous “man” prints check out page 45 in the Occasions catalog.)  That paired with an embossed piece of copper foil paper bring us to the top layer.  That’s the one that used some of the images from the new Sale a Bration stamp set.  Those watercolor like images, the stripe, the happy birthday and the dots are all images you could have for FREE!!

Posting this morning I must comment on what happened in Florida yesterday.  My thoughts and prayers are with all of those children and families directly involved with this terrible event.  Even if you are not directly involved, this will remain as a dark stain on our hearts for some time.  Prayers for peace and healing going forward.



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Hang in There! Here’s card #3 for my Hostess Club members

These stamped images are from the stamp set Hanging Garden in our Occasions catalog, page 30.  Now, you may have overlooked this set, not real flashy, no matching framelits or designer paper.  But, if you have, take another look at it!  There are 3 different hanging baskets and 5 verses.  They are perfect for a thank you/thinking of you card.  Easy to color in if you’re not big on coloring and a nice size for a standard card image.  The baskets are different sizes all with different flowers/plants.  On this card I choose to use the basket with the succulents.

I matched it up with designer paper from the Coffee Break selection.  The card base is soft suede paired up with pear pizzazz and very vanilla.  The image was stamped with Memento and colored in with our markers.  The soft suede banner is embossed with the Garden Trellis folder.  (Pretty clever, hey, Hanging Garden stamp set with the Garden Trellis folder!!)  I love how Stampin’ Up! gives us so many items that work so well together!

Happy Stamping!

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Ahh, special cards for my February Hostess Club members!

I am thankful for my Hostess Club members and try to always make cards they will enjoy using some of our newest products.

This designer paper is from the Sweet Soiree selection in the Occasions catalog.  What doesn’t show up is that it has silver embossing around the flowers.  The stamped image is from the Sale a Bration stamp set, Happy Wishes which you can receive FREE with a $100 order during Sale a Bration!  It is embossed with silver to match up with the dsp.  The flowers are colored in with a combination of Blends and markers.

The next card they will be making uses the baby wipes technique.

The background designer paper is from the Just Add Color Specialty selection.  It’s on page 189 of the Annual catalog.  It makes a nice backdrop for the “celebrate you”.   Don’t you just love that ribbon?  It’s very mailable friendly because it is so soft.  This one is Berry Burst from the 5/8″ crinkled seam binding ribbon.

Here is a close up of the baby wipes technique:

You fold up a baby wipe and put a few drops of the colors of your choice on one end.  Then swipe across the cardstock.  On this card I used our glossy cardstock and swiped in a zig zag patteren.  I used berry burst, dapper demin and emerald envy.  You can’t see much of the emerald envy, but, again this just gives my stampers more of a choice when they deside where to place the framelits.  By the way, the framelits are available for FREE with a $100 order during Sale a Bration!  You can get them FREE until March 31st or wait to purchase them from our upcoming Annual catalog!  (FREE is always better, right?)

If you would like to receive any of the highlighted Sale a Bration items on these two cards,  just hit the big red button, place your order and they will come directly to you!  Or, just send me an email and I would be happy to place your order for you!

Happy Stamping!

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More February Techniques class cards….

The new Brusho Colors are fast becoming one of my favorite items in the Occasions catalog!  Luckily for me it pairs up nicely with my favorite tool, my trusty aqua painter!

Here’s Busho card #2:

I used watercolor paper for this stamped image. The water, ground and sky are all made with brusho.  The trees are stamped with tranquil tide.  I designed this card for a “thinking of you” or sympathy card.  The background designer paper is from the True Gentleman selection in the Occasions catalog.  You can check it out on page 45.

Here’s the last Brusho card for this class:

The butterflies are made using the brillant Red and Gamboge color crystals. Again, I used our watercolor paper for the butterflies and used our framelits to cut them out.  I placed them on designer paper from the Coffee Break selection from our Annual catalog.  I think the soft suede is a nice backdrop for the brilliant butterflies.

Sharing how to create these images will be so exciting!!  I am so looking forward to this class!!

Happy Stamping!


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February Techniques class using Brusho and fun folds.

For this month I wanted to have my stampers work with our new Brusho crystal colors.  The technique they will be doing is different than any we have used before.  It makes the finished product look like a watercolor painting:

Look at the depth in the mountains and grassy area!  A sweet blending of colors on watercolor paper! The back layer is from the color theory 6 x 6  paper stack in our Annual catalog.

Here’s one of the fun folds we will be making:

This is from the Myths & Magic suite.  Here is our knight fighting the mighty dragon.  Here’s the cool surprise with this card:

It’s an easel card!  The knight and dragon are only partially cut out so that they are “outstanding” on the top of the castle!  Thanks to Chris G. for requesting this technique!

Tomorrow I will share some of the other cards for this Technique’s class.

Happy Stamping!


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Retreat cards and the cutest little explosion purse you have ever seen!

As promised, I wanted to share with you all the cards and the little purse we made at my Retreat on February 3rd.

I wanted them to see and use the fun designer paper you can receive for FREE with a $50 order during Sale a Bration.  This card featured that  SAB dsp along with the coordinating stamp set, Bubble Over, from the Occasions catalog on page 32.  This would make a perfect “man” card.

For this card I featured the Sweet Soiree suite.  The backgound is the pacific point watercolor pencil washed over with my handy dandy aqua painter. The trick for this same look is to use the side of your pencil when scribbling it on the cardstock.   I loved the brilliant color as a backdrop to highlight the cake.  The stamp set is called Cake Soiree on page 12 of the Occasions catalog.  We colored in the cake and flowers with our blends.  We  used the shimmery white embossing paste for an accent on the cake.  Sorry it doesn’t show up very well in the picture.

The little flourishes were made with the coordinating framelit dies and our dazzling diamonds  glimmer paper.  Topped off with a few rhinestones.

The third card gives us a little touch of spring:

This card features the Tutti-Frutti suite on page 28 of the Occasions catalog.  I wanted to use this strawberry dsp because Jewell was serving Swedish Cream with mixed berries which included strawberries!

This suite has an adorable stamp set called Fruit Basket and has coordinating  punches.  One of the many things I love about using the punches with the stamp set is that the punches are slightly smaller than the stamped image.  That means when punched out it makes a perfect mask for adding more berries to our bowl!

Today’s little tip:  When you want to mask an image remember to make the mask slightly smaller so that when you stamp over it you will not see a white edge where the two images come together.

The dsp was so cute I decided to add some to the inside of the card:

Totally sweet, don’t you agree?

Last but not the least, I want to share the other 3-d item our Retreat stampers made:

This features the Petal Passion suite.  This cute little purse is made with a 12 x 12 piece of the petal passion dsp folded up to create an explosion purse:

So, you could put in a little note, a small gift or gift card.  It was unbelievably easy and so cute!  They all got to pick the dsp of their choice so they all looked different.

Well, that’s all for now!  Happy Stamping!

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Happy snowy day here in Wisconsin!

Everything looks beautiful here, (because I don’t have to drive in it)  Many schools around us are closed, however, I guess Muskego schools are open.  It’s a bit chilly out, only 17 degrees!  I’m in my happy place, my workshop with the little heater on and surrounded with stamps, paper and ink.  Guess what I will be doing today?  You guessed it, stamping my heart out!

I wanted to say thank you to all who attended our second Retreat here on February 3rd!!  We had 11 guests who enjoyed the day from 9:00am until 10:00pm.  My sister, Jewell was our personal chef with the help of her sous chef, Amy P.!  Lisa W. and Julie M., were my assistants helping our stampers.  It was a busy and totally fun day.  (I always hope my stampers have as much fun as I do!!).

I worked one on one with a project using the Waterfront stamp set from the Occasions catalog on page 48.  They had the option of doing a mountain scene or a beach scene.  I had two samples to show them.  I am so proud to show you the beautiful works of art they came up with:

Aren’t they GREAT!!!!  They stamped the images on watercolor paper and then used my favorite tool, the aqua painter, to fill in and touch up.

They each received a packet featuring the Petal Passion suite.  They also received a zipper card which when opened revealed another gift.  The grand prize winner this time was Christie W. who won a full set of Blends!

She did the “winners” dance and skipped around the table!!

Jewell served beef stew with home made dilly bread, which was our Mother’s receipe, and Swedish Cream with fresh fruit for dessert at lunch.  For dinner she made three different flavors of chicken tenders with different sauces, a fruit salad, rice pilaf and pineapple upside down cake for dessert.  Cindy and Chris said they were still full on Monday when they came to Hostess club!!

Thank you all for attending and thanks to my assistants!  Without everyone’s participation the event could not go on!!

Tomorrow I will show you the other 3-d project they made along with the three cards.

Happy Stamping!!




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Mermaids and birds…..Sassy Saturday cards!

Two very unrelated creatures, right?!  But both are from new stamp sets in our Occasions catalog.  I pulled these sets off the shelf to make some fun cards for our Sassy Saturday ladies!

Here is card #1:

I loved this suite when I saw it in Salt Lake City, but, I must admit I have not played with it much.  I combined the Magical Day stamp set from the Occasions catalog with the Magical Mermaid stamp set from the Annual catalog.  As in a card a few days ago, I used the embossed acrylic sheets for an accent on this card.  I wanted to be able to see through the “water” to the message inside.  The Magical Day has matching framelits for those sweet little mermaids and seahorses.  Such a fun set!  What do you think? It’s too bad you can’t see the shine from the Wink of Stella I applied to the mermaids and seahorses!

Card #2 is designed for my sister, Jewell.  She has two little birds that I tried to match!  They are named Johnny and Jolene and are very much in love!  (Can you tell she is a country music fan?)  So, here’s for you Jewell:

We had dinner at Jewell’s home Monday night and we got to watch the two little “love” birds coo and sing to each other.  I can understand why she adores these two little creatures!

This stamp set is also from the Occasions catalog, it’s called Bird Banter and has a wonderful collection of birds and really sweet sayings.  I just could not resist making a Valentine with these two!

Well, better get back to designing!

Happy Stamping!

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Lots of Lavender……another Sale a Bration set that could be yours for FREE!!

This stamp set can be as simple or elegant as you choose!  I paired up this card with tranquil tide and elegant eggplant with a touch of gold:

The dotted background is achieved by using our Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate.  You can see it on page 194 of our Annual Catalog.  One of the fabulous things about this acetate is that you can use the gold side as I did or turn it over and have silver dots!  Pretty neat, right?

I do have to note that this card is much prettier in person!  I used our Decorative Ribbon Border punch for the accent over the foil strip.  The gold foil behind the lavender was cut from the center of the background layer with our Lots of Labels Framelits, (page 214, there are 7 dies in this set!).

The beautiful ribbon is from Petal Palette suite on page 23 of the Occasions catalog.

Not to repeat myself, but, wanting to make sure you are aware, this is a stamp set that you can get for free with a $50 order from our Occasions or Annual catalogs.  Also, if you would like to join my stamping family, this is a great time to do that, (well, anytime is great), but, during Sale a Bration you sign up for $99 and get $125.00 in products of your choice and two, yes, two stamp sets of your choice for FREE!  That’s a GREAT deal!!  Contact me for more information!

Happy stamping!

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Brrr…..cold and windy here in Wisconsin

However, I have heard from some of my stampers that winter in Florida that they are only about 5 degrees warmer than here!!  Yikes, for most Floridians that’s pretty darn cold!  For us here that’s balmy!

I have a few cards to share today that use some of the fabulous Sale a bration stamp sets available for FREE with a $50 order:

First one is using the Party Pandas:

These pandas are on stage delivering a happy birthday message.  I paired them up with the colorful designer paper from the Picture Perfect Party selection.  You can check out the whole assortment of dsp on page 5 of the Occasions catalog.  (If you don’t already have an Occasions catalog and Sale a Bration flyer, please let me know.  I would be more than happy to get them to you!)

Here’s the inside message:

This guys sitting down with the birthday balloon.  I love the little sprinkles stamp that comes with this Party Panda stamp set.

Next in line is my version of a perfect teenager card.  It uses the Sale a Bation stamp set Epic Celebrations:

This set is so much fun!  It’s on page 12 of the Sale a Bration flyer.  There are six stamps in the collection.  For this card I paired up two of our in colors, lemon line twist and berry burst.  I adore the 1/4″ ombre ribbon.  A nice soft touch to add texture.

Here’s a peek at the inside:

I used washi tape to decorate the inside of this card.  It’s a fast and fun way to add a little something extra.  What child do you know that doesn’t use the term “that awwweessoomme”!

Hope you enjoyed the cards today!

Happy Stamping!

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Good Morning!

I’m stamping away this morning, getting ready to get together with some of my stamping family tomorrow.  We are going to be making cards directly from our Occasions catalog.  They have such great cards in the catalogs, but, to tell you the truth,  they look even better in person.

Here are some of the cards that I prepared to share:

This card is on page 18 of the Occasions catalog. It from the stamp set Sure do Love You which has matching framelits!!  I was not entirely sure how I was going to attach the gold glitter flakes on this card.  Here is a closer view for you:

See those little round gold flakes?  Well all I did was run my tombow adhesive where I wanted the flakes, tapped them down lightly with my finger and then tapped the extra off back into the jar for the next card.  Very simple and looks striking on the card.

This beautiful card is on page 48 of the Occasions catalog.  The stamp set is call Waterfront and is fabulous!!  In the catalog they stitched on the verse in the front, but, since I don’t have my sewing machine up and running I added a bakers twine bow instead.

One of my little pet peeves is not having the inside of my cards done.  By that I mean every card MUST be layered and stamped inside, not stamped on the base cardstock.  Drives me crazy to see cards like that.  They just don’t seemed finished to me.  When my stampers leave their cards are completely finished and ready to send out.

Here is the inside for the card above:

Now, doesn’t that just finish off this beautiful card.  Nice little images stamped inside and room to write a personal note!

What do you think?  Do you finish off the insides of your cards?

Happy Stamping!

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My computer and phone are not speaking together…

I wanted to share with you the beautiful displays that Lisa and Julie put together for us, but, my connections are still being difficult.  I was able to pull out this one picture for now:

One of the cards we did at Techniques this month was the roller coaster card.  After making my first one, I decided to watch a few videos on it to see if I could gather some tips from some more experienced stampers.  I found a few that stated that it was somewhat difficult.  I don’t think it’s a difficult card, it just takes more time that others to get the folds right.  So, please don’t be afraid to try this one.  The end results are oh so sweet!:

Here’s the front of the card.  Those cute little cars are stamped two at a time with cut out with a die that separates them.  Ready for the great reveal?  Here’s the party inside the card:

A cute little pop up lemon lime twist roller coaster!  Against the pacific point it really pops!  What do you think?  Would you like to try your hand at this card?  Think of the smiles of those opening it!!

Happy Stamping!

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A BIG THANK YOU for all of you who attended my Open House!

I have so much fun getting ready for my Open Houses.  I’m always nervous before it starts but get over it when you all start coming in.  I just LOVE sharing all the new products with you!!

We stamped this little note card at the Open House.  They are so totally sweet I could not pass up added this set to my stamping arsenal!

With Valentine’s Day coming up I wanted to show off our little “love notes”.

These little cards are such a deal!!  You can check them out on page 19 of the Occasions catalog.  You get 20 thick white note cards with envelopes for only $8.00!!  What a cute little card to use as a love note or to decorate and leave on someone’s desk when they are having a not so good day!  Wouldn’t that make you smile?  They also fit inside our Lots to Love Box on that same page.

Thank you, Thank you, THANK YOU all for supporting my business!!

Happy Stamping!

P.S.  I wanted to show you my beautiful table displays that Lisa and Julie, (my Paper Monkeys),  put together, but, alas, my computer is not allowing me to import the pictures.  I will work on that and get those pictures to you soon!

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