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February 2014

Why get your cards at the store? You’ve got 20 cards at your fingertips. They’re thoughtful, they’re beautiful, they’re handmade, and they take just minutes to make! The Hip Hip Hooray Card Kit contains everything you need (minus scissors) to create 20 beautiful cards for a variety of occasions. The kit is excellent for people who are just getting started as papercrafters, and also makes a great gift! Read more →


One of the things I love about Stampin' Up! products is how easy it is to make beautiful projects that coordinate so well together without much thought. When using our Designer Series Paper the colors that coordinate with the paper is listed on the back of the package~ so many times I may just pull the ink colors, a few ribbons, and some coordinating cardstock and begin to play! Read more →


A Stampin' Up! Concept Artist Shares Some of Her Favorites from the Occasions Mini Catalog

I am so excited that it’s 2014 and we can finally share projects using new Stampin’ Up! products. It’s so fun to use new stamps and accessories. It reignites my creativity. In the 2014 occasions catalog, there are so many things to get excited about. I wanted to share just a few of my very favorite things. Read more →


When you join the Virtual Club you get a bonus with your order~ a great tutorial with wonderful rubber stamped projects! Here is a sneak peak at February's tutorial! These cards are stunning! I also provide each club member with pictures and videos for each of my "club" projects for the month! If you are interested in learning more about my Virtual Club- just click here! There is no obligation for signing up~ but I really don't think you want to miss out on this tutorial, besides be a continuous member for 6 months and you get FREE products of your choice! Read more →


Whenever I go to a Stampin' Up! event I make swaps. Click here to see mine. Swaps are card fronts using our wonderful products that demonstrators trade so we arrive with all the same card and go home with different cards. This is a great way to get new ideas of things to share with our fellow demonstrators and our customers. Read more →