Beat The Winter Blues!

Are you ready to Beat The Winter Blues?

Blue Geometrical


Whether you have the winter blues or not, you will want to take this class and discover some new ways to use your stamps and inks to create clean and simple cards that your recipients will love to have.

If you are ready to start your new year off right with some wonderful inspiration, then check out the details here and register for class.

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It’s All About The Hearts!

The colors of red and pink are always associated with Valentine’s Day! So it is refreshing when the Stacked with Love Designer Series Paper Pack came out with the Crisp Cantaloupe as one of the main colors in the combination.

Here I used a plain black and white piece with arrows along with Real Red and the small Crisp Cantaloupe stamped hearts.

A quick and easy Valentine’s card idea at your fingertips.

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In Studio Classes

Monthly In-Studio Classes will be back up starting this month.  If you are local to me and would like to attend, the class schedule is as follows for the coming three months.

January 31st – 10 am – 12 noon

February 28th – 10 am – 12 noon

March 28th – 10 – 12 noon

Each month, I hold rubberstamping classes in my studio. Each class has a theme, whether it be products from the current seasonal catalog, techniques, holidays, etc… you are certain to come away with 3 projects that are fun to make and great to give to friends and family…of course, only if you can bear to part with them!

$15 for 3 projects

$1 refund if you prepay by getting me a check in advance or paying via Paypal below.

$1 refund if you bring your own adhesive.

All registrations and/or RSVPs must be received by 24 hours before class time.

January Stamp Class

Get ready to beat those Winter Blues!  Details coming in a few short days….

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Super Cute Treat Bags

Super Cute Treat Bags!

With the NEW Occasions Catalog making its appearance on January 6th, I wanted to show you a quick and easy way to maximize your paper stacks that have been a favorite for a while now.  The paper inside the Stacked With Love Designer Series Paper Stack measures 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ and will provide quite an array of little treats to give out for Valentine’s Day!

I had been wanting to find a way to use each piece of paper without having to cut it down.  Well, I figured it out and I wanted to show you.

Stacked With Love Treat Bags


The Stacked With Love DSP Stack bundled (138880) with the You Plus Me Stamp Set is discounted to save 15%.  In the photo above, I used the Groovy Love Stamp Set from the Annual Catalog.

So, get ready and enjoy this little SNEAK PEAK and make your list, because you are gonna LOVE it all!

I know most demonstrators, including myself, say with each catalog, that it is the BEST they’ve ever seen.  This time it is no different.  Stampin’ Up! outdid themselves and I just know you WILL WANT it all as well!

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NEW! You’re Wonderful!

You’re Wonderful Photopolymer Stamp Set!
PicMonkey Collage

You're Wonderful

You're Wonderful!Your Stamping Teacher Tips:

  • Use your NEW Blendabilities to color your flower images.
  • The background on the To My Friend card was inked with by dragging a marker along the cardstock.
  • The sentiments are perfect for just about any occasion.

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Handcarved Background

Handcarved Background

Handcarved Background-Your Stamping Teacher

Your Stamping Teacher Tips:

  • Stampin’ Up’s! Firm Foam pads are the best!  For great coverage use our Stampin’ Pierce Mat for even pressure and ink coverage.
  • The Flower Patch is bundled with the Flower Fair Framelits for extra savings when purchased together. (15% discount)
  • Crushed Curry provides a great going-into-fall look for your cards.
  • I added a little Real Red to the center of the flower to make it really POP!
  • The Flower Patch stamp set is so versatile.  I know you probably have LOTS of flowers in your collection, but these are the greatest.

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