Posted at 8:30 am
Stampin’ Up! has just launched the new trimmer beginning of November and from all reports its even better than the old one.
I personally haven’t got the new one yet as i am still using the old trimmer until I have used up the blades I have for it.
However with the new trimmer the blades are way better and wont need replacing as often from being used which is a very good benefit.
Once I do get the Trimmer I will be able to give the different benefits that I find and think you should know about. As I havent used it yet I dont want to give second hand information that might not be relevant to you or myself.
Posted at 8:00 am
For a limited time your able to order this whole suite or parts of it.
It maybe titled christmastime but the suite is very versatile for all year round.
The Rose is beatuiful and I’ve seen alot of creative crafters colour it in all different colours not just aimed at Christmas and the dies help so you dont need to fussy cut them out. (i know i hate fussy cutting so dies are a great help.)
But my favourite item from this suite is the bracelet. My order is on the way from Stampin’ Up! with the bracelet and the stamp set and die bundle.
What is your favourite product from the suite?
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Posted at 8:05 am
As the new year approaches i created this Inside Out Card Calendar to give out using some new products from the upcoming occasions catalogue along with retired numbers die.
I followed Mixed Up Craft tutorial with some measurements readjusted for the paper size i had. I also added ribbon to hold the card open as i found mine slid down on certain desk materials, to prevent the recipient from having to pick it up each time.
It was a lot of fun following Samantha’s project to create this design and as well as watching what other creations she comes out with weekly.
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Posted at 6:03 pm
I just love the Petal Promenade DSP (Designer Series Paper). As you don’t need to add much to make a WOW item as you can see from the little notepads i covered.
The measurements for notepads vary depending what size your covering. To work out the size of cardstock for the notepads, you will need to measure the length, width and height. I add 0.5cm for the front to allow you to easily pick the cover up and to secure the cover to the notepad’s back i generally allow about 3cm to 5cm. On these notepads i added an extra 5cm to the length of notepads to allow for the lip, fold and back cover. Once you have measured the size you can then work out what type of cover you want, whether it is using DSP to make it pop or by adding a few more dimensions and stamps.
If you would like to make notepads using the products i’ve used your able to click the links below or contact me to place an order.
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Posted at 7:19 am
For the month of August I am participating in a demonstrator challenge with Stampin’ Up! to sell our coloured ink pads and will be placing an ink pad order on Friday.
If you, or your children, ever use ink pads for fun or even for business consider buying one from me instead of a big office supply chain.
Our classic Stampin’ Pads come in a huge array of colours and cost $13.00 each.
Your order makes a difference to my life and my furbabies; it’s not paying for a 3rd holiday house for some unknown corporate figurehead.
So if you need ink pads, card stock or even just scissors and glue, please think of me as your first supply option.
If you would like to order please let me know by friday or your able to buy directly from my Stampin’ Up website by clicking the link Ink pads and it will take you straight to the ink pad page where you are able to see all the colours Stampin’ Up! have on offer or by pressing the shop button at the top of page.