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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Envelope Punch Board

Hello Friend!
Today, I am introducing the brand new Envelope Punch Board!  You can use this creativity-boosting tool to create anything from itty bitty to long and skinny envelopes!  And, if you are like me, I have tons of retired Designers Series Papers that needs to be used and what a perfect way to use them!
Here are some important points about the Envelope Punch Board:
  • It creates totally customizable envelopes in up to 66 different sizes (not to mention a million different color and patter options depending on the paper you want to use).  Even tried and true envelope sizes will only take you moments to create!
  • It's super easy to use; and just wait until you see it in action!  It does look a little intimidating at first glance, but when you see that all you have to do is measure for the first punch and from there you just turn and score you'll go crazy (in a good way).
  • It's small and lightweight; portable and easy to store.  It's small and light enough that you could use it while watching a soccer match, at a park, at a friend's for craft night-anywhere.
  • It even has a slick scoring tool as well as a punch that lets you create rounded corners on your envelopes.
  • It's easy to keep it all together; the stylus storage compartment and two punches are designed into the tool so you don't have a bunch of little pieces to keep track of (even the instructions are printed right on the tool so you won't lose them!).
  • The price is terrific-especially for a tool that does so much!
  • It will be in next year's annual catalog, so it's here to stay.
Be sure to see the video below.


133774     Envelope Punch Board     $19.95
As always, I sincerely appreciate your friendship and continued support.
Until next time...
Happy Stamping,

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Stampin' Up! Thinlits Card Dies

Hello Friend!

They've been called flip cards, flip flop cards, swing cards, and more-but they have always been a bit tricky to create.  Not anymore!  Our amazing Thinlits Card Dies cut and score to create a card that flips in just one step.  For you, scrapbookers out there, I bet if you make a smaller card, you can attach it to your page for added fun.

133479     Label Card Thinlits Die       $32.95

133480     Circle Card Thinlits Die      $32.95

These new card dies come with extra die pieces that have versatile designs, so you can use them on other projectes, not just flip cards.  The Circle Card Thinlits Die comes with 10 total pieces; the Label Card Thinlits comes with nine total pieces.

Click here to print your copy of the flyer.
I sincerely appreciate your friendship and continued support.
Until next time...
Happy Stamping,

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The Magnetic Platform - Available September 12th!!!

Hello Friend!
As you may know...the exclusive Big Shot Magnetic Platform is totally awesome and was/is selling like hot cakes!!!  Therefore, The Big Shot Magnetic Platform sold out and has been on backorder; however, I'm SO EXCITED to say it will be available for purchase starting Midnight, Thursday, September 12th.  Woo Hoo!!!
What is it?
The new BFF of your Framelits and Edgelits!  Exclusive magnetic platform to hold your Framelits and Edgelits in place over your stamped images when you cut them. 
Note: Very strong magnets are inside the platform to keep your Framelits and Edgelits in place.  See video below:


If you have any questions or need assistance with how to use your platform...feel free to email me!
I appreciate your friendship and continued support.
Until next time...
Happy Stamping,

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Coloring Down The Lines Blog Hop - Rich Razzleberry

Hello Friend!

Thank you for hopping over from Sandy's blog.  I absolutely love her little scrapbook and being able to see her precious grandbabies.  Great job, Sandy!

If you are starting here on my blog, since I am the last on the hop, I will get you started to you can see everybody's awesome creations.

Today, we are showcasing Rich Razzleberry.  As you know, purples are not one of my most favorite colors and it is a challenge within itself.  While using our Color Coach, we were to pick one of the combos for our project today.  For Rich Razzleberry, we have the options of: Old Olive and Pumpkin Pie or Basic Black and Basic Gray.  I chose the first option.

I wanted to make my own Designer's Series Paper and make a feminine retirement card.  So, I thought I would use the sentiment in the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set.  This set was one of the first sets I purchased (it is wood mount) and to my knowledge, I have never used this particular sentiment from the set.  So, without further a dew, here is my creation:

I am really pleased how this card turned out.  What do you think? 
My Stampin' Supplies
  • Stamp Sets
    • Secret Garden
    • Teeny Tiny Wishes
  • Card Stock
    • Pumpkin Pie
    • Rich Razzleberry
    • Very Vanilla
  • Classic Stampin' Ink Pads
    • Old Olive
    • Pumpkin Pie
    • Rich Razzleberry
  • Accessories & Tools
    • Basic Pearls
    • Large Oval Punch
    • Scallop Oval Punch
    • SNAIL
    • Tombow Multi-Purpose Liquid Glue
Now, it is time to begin our hop!  Please go to Robbie's blog to see her beautiful creation.  She has really been rockin' a passel of challenges here lately.  Keep on rockin', Robbie!
Thank you for stopping by for a visit.  I enjoy reading your comments below.  Please come back again soon!
Until then...
Happy Stamping,