Saturday, October 31, 2009

Happy Halloween

Today is the big day, and for me, it's my birthday, too! So Happy Halloween and Happy Birthday to me! We have gorgeous weather for the trick or treaters, and with it being Saturday, you don't have to worry about school the next day. Here is my last Halloween card to show for 2009. It uses the very popular new stamp set, Sweet Centers, featured in the Holiday Mini Catalog. Isn't it awesome how there is a little treat cup in the middle?! You can put anything inside, so you can totally customize your cards. This stamp set has broad appeal and many uses as there are Halloween images, Christmas images, Valentine images, and some all-occasion ones too. As you can see from the card recipe below, this image allows you to make a "wow" card with a minimum of supplies. You can purchase this set for just $29.95 (set of 6 stamps) or host a workshop totalling $250 by November 30th to choose any item in the Holiday Mini Catalog, including this fabulous set, for just $10. To book a workshop--that means you gather some friends and/or family and I come to teach you how to stamp, including projects for everyone to make and take home--email me at today. My calendar is pretty full, but I'm sure we can find a date that works for both of us.

Stamps: Sweet Centers
Ink: Basic Black
Paper: Dusty Durango, Basic Black, Whisper White Card Stocks
Accessories: 1 3/4" Circle Punch, Sweet Treat Cups, Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon

Friday, October 30, 2009

Twick or Tweeting Again

Doesn't this make for cute Halloween greetings?! Once again, the great Cast-a-Spell Designer Series Paper makes it oh-so-easy to create a great Halloween project with a minimum of effort. That sounds like a recipe I like to make again and again:)
Click here to see more fun projects.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

More Twick or Tweet

With Halloween just around the corner, I thought I would show you a series of 3 Halloween cards (beginning yesterday) I received as part of a swap. A swap is where a group of demonstrators (or customers) agrees to make cards with a particular stamp set and then swap them with the others. That allows the swap participants to have cards that use stamp sets they may not have. So these cards use the Twick or Tweet stamp set in the Holiday Mini Catalog. This set has the perfect mix of ghoulish and delightful! I don't know if you can tell in my photo, but the skeleton has googlie eyes--too much fun:) Enjoy.

Stamps: Twick or Tweet, Halloween Frights, Haunting Hill Jumbo Wheel
Ink: Basic Black, Old Olive, Basic Gray
Paper: Old Olive, Basic Black, Whisper White Card Stocks, Cast-a-Spell Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Blender Pens, Modern Label and Word Window punches, Vintage Brads, Paper Piercer, Googlie Eyes

Click here to purchase any of these supplies or just to see what you can buy 24/7. Window shop to your heart's content!

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Twick or Tweet!

Today we have Jack-o-Lanterns stacked up snowman style! This little guy really makes you smile. This card is super-simple to stamp.

Stamps: Twick or Tweet
Ink: Basic Black, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive
Paper: Perfect Plum, Old Olive, Whisper White, Cast-a-Spell Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Basic Black 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon, Tag Corner and Scallop Edge Punches, Square Ice Brads, Paper Piercing Tool

Click here to purchase any of these supplies. Although you won't get them in time for Halloween use, you will be prepared for next year!

Book your Sale-a-Bration workshop now!

I am booking Sale-a-Bration workshops now. If you have never been part of SAB, you are in for a treat! During SAB, an annual Stampin' Up! event, we have an entire Mini Catalog dedicated to the Sale-a-Bration, filled with FREE STUFF. During SAB, you get a free stamp set or other SAB item (like ribbon bundle or set of papers) with every $50 you spend. There is NO limit to the number of free items you can receive, so it's a great time for shoppers as well as hostesses.

Get in on maximum Hostess Benefits by booking a workshop during the Sale-a-Bration period: January 5- March 31. If you can see past Christmas (!!!), you will see the wonders of Sale-a-Bration on the horizon:) Contact me today to book your workshop for SAB 2010. Then you can circle the date on your calendar, forget about it for now, and enjoy your holiday season. About 1 month before our workshop, I'll contact you to get the ball rolling on guest invites, etc. Just for the record, you just supply the guest list, I fill out the invites and mail them for you! Call me today at 210-492-3218 or email me at for the best pick of workshop dates available.

Note: Brochure shown is from SAB 2009. The 2010 brochure has not yet been released!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Get What You Want for Christmas This Year!

If visions of Stampin' Up! products rather than sugar plums are dancing in your head, then take charge this year! We can help Santa get it right for you. But hurry. He's making his list and checking it twice right now!

Email me at or call me at (210) 492-3218 and I will send you a Christmas Wish List form that you can fill out with what you really want. I will contact your family and friends and see that you get what you are really dreaming of! Don't delay, though, Christmas is only 9 weeks away!

Monday, October 26, 2009

October Deal of the Week #4

This is it--the last deal of the week as this series of specials was only for the month of October. There have been some great deals offering fabulous savings for us all. I've gotten something each week! This is a slightly shorter week as October 31st is Saturday, and the deals only run through October. So hurry! This offer expires October 31, 2009 at 10:50 a.m.

If you have a pirate and/or princess in your family, now is the time to purchase all you need for a party now or in the future. Stock up while these kits are on sale and save. That leaves you more money for gifts:)

You can make your princess's fantasies come true with our Princess Party kit. Your little princess and seven of her ladies-in-waiting can celebrate a splendid happily-ever-after complete with invitations, decorations, and dazzling crowns to create and wear.
■ Contains products to create invitations, crowns, purse boxes, banner, and food toppers for eight
■ Coordinates with the Princess Time stamp set and Princess personalized name stamp

Or hoist the Jolly Roger and get ready to have a swashbuckling good time! Gather your little buccaneer and his or her mateys for a pirate party of the finest sort, complete with invitations, decorations, and eye patches to create and wear. This kit contains products you need to create party invitations and decorations for eight guests.
■ Contains products to create invitations, eye patches, banner, treasure boxes, and food toppers for eight
■ Coordinates with our Pirate Time stamp set and Pirate personalized name stamp

Click here to order now and be on your way to the easiest parties ever, Stamin' Up!'s way!




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Princess Party Kit





Pirate Party Kit



Sunday, October 25, 2009

The Sunday Post:)

I decided to post cards/projects related to faith on Sundays. In keeping with that, here is a share of a simple yet lovely card (produced by another talented demonstrator--I'm still camera-less:( using the gorgeous stamp set Holy Triptych. We used this set in last month's Christmas Card Club. Just click here to order this set today (item #110370, $32.95, set of 4 stamps)
Holy Triptych

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Club Projects

Here is one of the cards we made during our September Hostess Clubs. Don't you love the lush fall colors?! And this is so simple to put together. It uses the very popular Razzle Dazzle stamp set and a simple greeting from the All Holidays stamp set (which has a greeting for all holidays, of course, as well as some all occasion sentiments like this).

Would you like to join one of the Hostess Clubs? We make 2 cards and one non-card item (like a favor or treat box) each month for the card-makers and two 12 x 12 layouts for the scrappers. Contact me today at 210-492-3218 or for a list of available openings, and be on your way to monthly stamping fun. It's a great Girls Night Out and awesome way to learn simple new techniques and use a variety of stamps and supplies.

Card Recipe:
Stamps: Razzle Dazzle, All Holidays sets
Ink: Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant Classic Stampin' Pads
Paper: Pumpkin Pie, Elegant Eggplant, Very Vanilla Card Stocks
Accessories: Orchard Ribbon Originals, 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon-Pumpkin Pie, Scallop Edge, Scallop Oval, Large Oval, Small Oval Punches, Stampin' Dimensionals

Friday, October 23, 2009

History of Christmas Cards

The Christmas Card Christmas cards originated in England over 150 years ago. "You cannot reach perfection though you try however hard to there's always one more friend or so you should have sent a card to," wrote Richard Armour. Sir Henry Cole knew exactly what Armour was saying. The founder of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London had so many Christmas greetings to send that handwriting them was impossible. Yet he wanted to make his friends aware of the need to help the destitute on that holiday.

The answer. In the year 1843, Sir Henry commissioned John Calcott Horsley to paint a card showing theThe First Christmas Card by John Calcott Horsley feeding and clothing of the poor. A center panel displayed a happy family embracing one another, sipping wine and enjoying the festivities. (So much for good intentions. The card drew criticism because showing a child enjoying a sip of wine was considered "fostering the moral corruption of children.") "A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You" was printed on that first card. Legend says Sir Henry didn't send any cards the following year, but the custom became popular anyway.

Holiday cards designed by Kate Greenaway, the Victorian children's writer and illustrator and Frances Brundage and Ellen H. Clapsaddle, were favorites in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Most were elaborate , decorated with fringe, silk and satin. Some were shaped liked fans and crescents; others were cut into the shapes of bells, birds, candles and even plum puddings. Some folded like maps or fitted together as puzzles; other squealed or squeaked. Pop-up Cards reveled tiny mangers or skaters with flying scarves gliding around a mirrored pond.

Christmas Card by Louis PrangFor more than 30 years, Americans had to import greeting cards from England. In 1875, Louis Prang, a German immigrant to the U.S., opened a lithographic shop with $250 and published the first line of U.S. Christmas cards. His initial creations featured flowers and birds, unrelated to the Christmas scene. By 1881, Prang was producing more than five million Christmas cards each year. His Yuletide greetings began to feature snow scenes, fir trees, glowing fireplaces and children playing with toys. His painstaking craftsmanship and lithographic printing have made his cards a favorite of collectors today. Christmas Cards have changed since the days of Sir Henry and Louis Prang. They now sport comics, jokes and clever verses. But those that picture timeless and simple settings such as excited children around a Christmas tree, Nativity scenes, nature scenes and carolers singing in the snow are still in the highest demand today.
- Juddi Morris, Vivian Hotchkiss
Article courtesy of the Postcard and Greeting Card Museum

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Sign up now for my newsletter!

Are you a subscriber to my newsletter? If not, you don't know what you are missing! I send out a newsletter twice each month. The first goes out around the first of each month and is packed with tips, ideas, project photos and more. The second is much shorter and goes out around the middle of each month; it lets you know of time-sensitive specials and updates.

In addition, right now I'm sending out the 12 Weeks of Christmas, my gift to all my newsletter subscribers. It's a little project delivered to your inbox each Wednesday absolutely free! They give you a photo, project instructions and supply list--plenty of inspiration for cards, gifts, tags, and wrapping. So what are you waiting for? Just go to the sign up box on your right, and be on your way to fresh, monthly creative inspiration.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

SOS! Sample, Order, Shop!

- taste & try

Order-place orders
Shop- items for sale

Mark your calendars for this Monday, October 26th for my fabulous SOS event. You can Sample, Order, and Shop. What a fun evening as 5 local, woman-owned businesses gather to bring our shops to you! Leave the guys to Monday Night Football, and come shop:)

Where: Summerfield Clubhouse, 2600 Fairfield Bend, San Antonio, TX 78231

When: Monday, October 26th, 7:00-9:00 p.m.

Who: Sweet Stamper, Teazing, Avon by Maria, Nack's Desserts, and Wonderfully Made Gifts (links below)

Here's our lineup for the evening:

Me, of course--Sweet Stamper by Candy Rattray
Stampin' Up! Stamping and Scrapbooking Supplies, Classes, and More
For sale: Holiday organizers, holiday ornament kits, small gifts for your favorite people and more!

Nack's Desserts by Jackie Harris
"Remembering Grandma's Favorites"--Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Cobblers--Yum!!!

Teazing by Susan Mata
Specialty Teas, Soy Candles, Custom Handbags
Unique gifts for sale!

Avon by Maria Gerfers Affordable beauty, fragrance, skin care, and more for the whole family!

Wonderfully Made Gifts by Natalie Long Custom frames, signs, and letters with pizazz!

So many great choices under one roof! Get a jump-start on your holiday plans and gifts and discover some truly unique shopping options while supporting local woman-owned businesses. See you there!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Techniques Class-Hurry!

Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for this month's Techniques Class--Shaker Cards. You don't want to miss learning this fun technique that can be used with virtually any stamp. Your shaker card can incorporate snow, beads, glitter, sequins, safety pins: the possibilities are endless. We are making 2 friendship cards and the shaker element will be beads. The other design is a holiday card with glitter "snow" as the shaker element. (Scroll down just a bit for complete details of this class.) Don't delay. Sign up today!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Buy now! Easy deals:)

To make your shopping super-simple, you may use the paypal buttons below to purchase Deals of the Week. This is only for those living locally as these items will only be available for pick up at my house. Price includes tax, shipping to me, and paypal transaction fee. See below for pictures of the items on sale.

October Deal of the Week #3

October Deal of the Week #3

Another great Deal of the Week is here! This week, it's all about embellishments. These brads and clips add a great element to any project and they are appealing to all ages and both sexes. That is very broad appeal! Click here to order any of these today.

If you live locally, I'll be placing one big order on Sunday or all of you that would like to pick up your orders from my home and avoid minimum shipping charges. Call me at 210-492-3218 or email me at and pay just 10% shipping. Of course, if you are ordering online, which you can 24/7 with the above link, you will pay $6.95 minimum shipping (which is still a good deal!) or 10%, whichever is greater. So if you are placing a $70 order, you are still getting 10% shipping! Great deals all the way around:)




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Basic Jumbo grommets





Mini Library clips





Circle Designer brads





1/2" Library clips



Here are two uses of the Basic Grommets, one on a sweet, playful card and one on a really beautiful card which also features the Chalkboard Technique. These grommets can add a fun, playful element, a bold, modern embellishment , or a masculine addition to your projects.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Punch Art Manger

Isnt' this just darling? This card was created by the very talented Andrea Walford, a Stampin' Up! demonstrator in Canada. We began doing a little punch art in our hostess clubs this month and are having so much fun with it. I would show you a photo of what we did except I still have no camera (mine was stolen last week from my checked luggage on a flight:( So I'm having to make do with older photos or photos from other people. Never mind--this is a great one! Enjoy.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

October Techniques Class-Shaker Cards

Well, I still don't have my new camera (mine was stolen last weekend from my checked luggage) and therefore no picture for the cards we are making in class this week. But you will love the cards! Here is another example of a shaker card that I found in my photos. This is from a swap I participated in and is done by the very talented Cathy Somody. Her cards always have that extra "something"! This shaker is filled with holiday glitter. Now, that is just a fun card!

Time is getting short for this class, so hurry and sign up by this Wednesday, October 21st so we can get everything ready for you. Class details:

4 custom-designed cards and matching envelopes
2 friendship, 2 Christmas
$20.00 All supplies included except basic adhesive
Friday, October 23rd, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
My Stamping Studio (13246 Trentwood)

Here's the Paypal button for your convenience (a $.75 paypal fee is added) or you can mail me a check.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Pop Up Cake Die

So what does the Pop-up Cake Die look like when the parts are assembled? Here are some photos to show you! The cake pops up when you open the card, creating a very fun element for your card-giving. The possibilities are endless for using this die and creating one-of-a-kind cakes. They can be birthday, wedding, anniversary, or just-because cakes. The ones shown below were all created by other talented stampers--I don't yet have this die. But I wanted you to see just how much fun you can have with this item which is on Deal of the Week this week only! Contact me at 210-492-3218 to learn more about using this die or to place an order. Or just click here to order 24/7.
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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

More Perfect Setting Die examples

Here is another cute use of the Perfect Setting Big Shot Die, this time holding treats and looking ready to be picked.

And just a note concerning the napkin ring. Not only does it make a cute napkin ring, but you can use this little element as a layer on a card. It's shape makes a lovely border. And don't forget that the Big Shot cuts many materials in addition to paper and card stock. So you can create the same die cuts with fabric, felt, thin wood, metal, and many more materials. Endless creativity! Stock up now while the deals on dies are so good. This Deal of the Week expires next Monday, October 19th at 12:00 noon MT. Click here to purchase now.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

October Techniques Class-Shaker Cards


This is a shaker card, although the photo is not the greatest. Can you see the tiny clear beads that are in the circle area with the flowers? The beads move and shake, which makes this a shaker card! These are so much fun and we have two great designs for you this month. This photo is NOT one of them. My apologies for lack of a current photo, but my camera was just stolen (from my checked bag while flying to Portland, OR-major bummer!). I have not yet had time to replace it, so I can't photograph anything which is bringing some measure of frustration:(

We have a lovely friendship card using the large sentiment in All Holidays as the main image and embellished with felt flowers and a beautiful nighttime snow scene for the holidays using the Lovely as a Tree stamp set. You don't want to miss this class where you will learn a fun technique that is guaranteed to delight all ages.

As always, you will make 2 each of the 2 exclusive, custom designs with matching envelopes. $20 class fee covers all supplies except basic adhesive. We have lots of fun together, and this technique is sure to bring that wow factor to your card making. Join us on Friday, October 23rd, 6:30-8:30. Use the paypal button below (adds a .75 fee) or send me a check by Wednesday, October 21st to reserve your spot.

Christmas Card Club Repeat

We are doing a makeup session of the October Christmas Card Club (Class) this Saturday, and there are still a few spots at the table. If you would like to join us, just click on the paypal button below to reserve your spot by Thursday, October 15th. Here are the details:

Saturday, October 17th
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Stamping Studio (13246 Trentwood)
6 cards and envelopes, 4 custom, exclusive designs
$20 class fee all inclusive except basic adhesive(.75 paypal fee)

Monday, October 12, 2009

Perfect Setting Die

So what can you do with the Perfect Setting Die that is on sale with this week's Deal of the Week? I'm glad you asked! Here is one of many uses: cupcake holders. These darling holders were made by cutting out the Cast a Spell Designer Series Paper with the Perfect Setting Die. As you can see, it makes for perfect cup cakes!


October Deal of the Week #2

This week, it's all about the Big Shot. The fabulous savings are on Big Shot dies, and the savings are outstanding! Buy now and save money--you won't find a better deal:)




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Perfect Setting Bigz XL die





Flower Burst Embosslits die





Pop-Up Three Tier Cake Bigz XL die



Flower Burst Embosslits Die
Flower Burst Stampin' Up! Embosslits Die
Price: $5.99
Perfect Setting Bigz Xl Die
Perfect Setting Stampin' Up! Bigz Xl Die
Price: $25.99
Three Tier Cake Pop-up Bigz XL die
Three Tier Cake Pop-Up Bigz Xl
Price: $25.49

Contact me at 210-492-3218 or email me at to place your order if you would like 10% shipping. This offer is for people living locally who are happy to pick up their order from my home. Otherwise, just click here to place your order online 24/7, and enjoy saving while shopping!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Exclusive Starter Kit

Stampin' Up! has a fabulous Starter Kit for anyone wanting to become a demonstrator. Now that Starter Kit has been sweetened even more! Right now, you can get My Digital Studio in addition to stamps, inks, and accessories plus all the business supplies you need to start your very own Stampin' Up! business! (Click here to learn about My Digital Studio.) The cost is $185 (over $295 value). You would be hard-pressed to find a better set of tools to start a business. You already love creativity, so take your love to the next level and join my team! Here's what you get in the Starter Kit:

Digital+ Starter Kit Contents:

  • My Digital Studio software
  • Party Hearty and Petal Pizzazz stamp sets
  • Whisper White card stock (8-1/2" x 11")
  • Earth Elements assorted card stock (8-1/2" x 11")
  • Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Real Red, and Tempting Turquoise Classic Stampin' Pads
  • Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, and Real Red Stampin' Write markers
  • Chocolate Chip 1/4" grosgrain ribbon
  • Real Red 1" double-stitched grosgrain ribbon
  • Button Latte Designer buttons
  • Stampin' Dimensionals
  • Mini Glue Dots
  • SNAIL Adhesive
  • Business supplies (product catalogs, order forms, training DVD, and other supplies)
Contact me today at 210-492-3218 for any questions you may have. Stampin' Up! has phenomenal training as well as a consistent supply of creative ideas. Then you can write your own ticket to business success, loving what you do all the way! I can't wait to receive your call!

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Cold & Cuddly!

Isn't this little penguin cute?! He is from the Cold & Cuddly set in the Holiday Mini Catalog. I don't know if you can tell in the photo, but the top of the card, where the snowflakes are, is a window sheet, so it's all shiny and adds a really nice layer of texture to this card. This card was made by the very talented Bobbie Ganley. Here's the recipe:
Stamps: Cold & Cuddly, Many Merry Messages, Punch Pals
Card Stock: Night of Navy, Brocade Blue, Whisper White, Old Olive
Ink: Silver Encore, Night of Navy, Bashful Blue, White StazOn, Stampin' Write Markers: Real Red, Pumpkin Pie, Basic Black, YoYo Yellow, Brocade Blue
Accessories: Mistletoe Ribbon Originals, Stampin' Dimensionals, Silver Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Clear Window Sheets-Medium

Friday, October 9, 2009

Halloween Fun!

Boo Treat Bag

Look what you can do with just one stamp from the under $10 page! Okay, some supplies are added, but isn't this just too cute?! And, oh, so simple. Click here for the full list of supplies. Feel free to shop while you are looking!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

The All New Clearance Rack!

There is a brand new section in my online store, and you are going to love it. Who doesn't love a bargain?! In the Clearance Rack, you will find retired items at greatly reduced prices, up to 80% off, available while supplies last. That's right, exclusive Stampin' Up! products at slashed prices! Here's how you find the Clearance Rack:
  • Click here to get right in.
  • Without the link, just go to my website,
  • Click on Shop Now.
  • Then click on the Clearance Rack, one of the categories on the left of the screen.
That's it! Then just shop to your heart's content and rack up the savings:) The Clearance Rack is only available for online orders, so this cannot be part of a club or workshop order. This is just in time to help you make your holiday projects and save money, too. Start saving today, buy clicking here and shopping. Enjoy!

Monday, October 5, 2009

Why wait?

Why wait to start making your own greeting cards? Heartfelt, handmade greetings can begin today! I can help you put together your own starter kit or you can order one of Stampin' Up!'s ready-kits.

Pictured here is one of the Simply Sent card kits with everything you need to make 10 cards, 5 each of 2 beautiful designs. It is so simple! You will give these cards with confidence as well as the pleasure of having created something yourself. In this day of hurry, hurry, why not stop and MAKE something? You will enjoy the process (I promise!) and the person receiving the card will be touched by your very personal creation. I hear it again and again: "You made this?!"

And having handmade cards on hand for use at a moment’s notice is a life saver. This kit contains the essentials for creating beautiful cards. It’s a great time-saver, as well—the card stock is prescored and precut. These kits are wonderful for beginners or anyone who wants to create several of the same card without spending a lot of time. Makes 10 cards, 5 each of 2 designs; finished card size: 4-1/4" x 5-1/2"

No One Like You Simply Sent Card Kit, item #14598
Price: $42.95

Kit includes:
■ 5-piece die-cut stamp set
■ Bashful Blue, Chocolate Chip, and VersaMark Spots
■ Card stock and Designer Series paper assortment
■ 12 Kraft Small Open-End Envelopes
■ Chocolate Chip 1/4" grosgrain ribbon
■ Kraft 3/8" taffeta ribbon
■ Pewter Vintage brads
■ Bashful Blue buttons
■ Mini Glue Dots (96)
■ Stampin' Dimensionals (100)
■ Printed insert

After you have made your 10 lovely cards, you still have plenty of ink and award-winning stamps to make more! You can then order the same card stocks or maybe some different colors for a different look. Add a few more stamps if you like to expand your options, and you are on your way to making ALL your own greeting cards!

Click here to purchase this kit or call me at 210-492-3218, and I will place the order for you or help you design your own custom card-making kit. Don't delay! Start today! Your cards can be heartfelt, handmade:)

Friday, October 2, 2009

Another Fall Card

Fall is in the air here in San Antonio, so I couldn't resist sharing another fall card! This is super-simple to put together, yet it has lots of pizazz. Here's the recipe:

Stamp set: Leaf LinesPhotobucket
Inks: Classic Stampin' Pads, Soft Suede, Rugy Red, More Mustard
Papers: Ruby Red, Soft Suede, Very Vanilla Card Stocks, Autumn Traditions Designer Series Paper
Accessories: Big Shot, Top Note die, Blender Pen, Kraft Taffeta Ribbon, Kraft Corduroy Button, Linen Thread

Thursday, October 1, 2009

It's Back--Deal of the Week!

Stampin' Up! has brought back the very popular Deal of the Week for the month of October. That means great products at great savings! The new deal will be posted here every Monday through October. Take advantage of the lower prices to purchase those supplies that are on your Wish List, and you can use your savings to buy something else.

Week 1 Deals of the Week



Special Price


Trio Flower punch



5-Petal Flower punch



My Way punch


All these punches regularly sell for $15.95, so that is a 32% savings! You save $4.96 on the flower punches and $3.96 on the arrows punch.

As I did on the previous Deals of the Week, I will place an order for the items on special at the end of the week. If you would like 10% shipping with no minimum, just call or email me with your order, and I will place it on Sunday. 210-492-3218 or Happy savings!