Thursday, August 4, 2011

Ribbon Share

Interested in a Ribbon share? Ribbon always add a little som'em som'em to your artwork and I thought I would start this share out with our new 1/2" Scallop Dots Ribbon Click here to see what I am talking about. How this one would work:
  • Each participant will receive 2 1/2 yards of ribbon from each color of the 10 colors in the 1/2" Scallop Dots Ribbon collection for a total of 25 yards!
  • We need a minimum of four people per group. All you had to do is give me your name and I will match you up.
  • The total for each person is $23.77 this includes tax and shipping.
  • To view the ribbon click here.
To get the process going simply email me that you are interested. Once we have enough participants I will email to let you know along with a pay pal link.

Paper Share

  • Each participant will receive one full sheet of 12x12 paper from each DSP family (that is 13 families) for a total of 78 pieces of 12x12 paper! That works out to be .84cents per piece of paper!

  • We need a minimum of two people per group. All you had to do is give me your name and I will pair you up. However, if you know someone you would like to do the share with then I will pair the two of you up.

  • The total for each person is $65.52 this includes tax and shipping and reflex the promotion this month. If the promotion was not in effect the price of the share would be $85.10 with each sheet being $1.09.

  • To view the paper simply click on the promotion listed above or click here.

  • To get the process going simply email me that you are interested. Once we have enough participants I will email to let you know along with a pay pal link. Because of the promotion this share is time sinsitive and will only last a short while.

    Wednesday, February 16, 2011

    Box and Pattern

    Make your own Pizza Box! We made this box at my last class.

    I love making this box. If you have been to any of my classes recently you know how much I love this box and the cards that accompany it. I also love my blog because now I get to share this pattern with all of you.


    8 x 12 piece of paper

    Score on the long side at 1", 5 1/2", 6 1/2", & 11"

    Turn and score at 1" &  7"

    Now cut as the picture indicates on the vertical score line, up to the horizontal score line

    Fold on the score line and push in the tads and adhere adhesive to them. I did not adhere the bottom of the box in this picture so you could see how it tucks in. Hint: Use sticky strip adhesive for this project. A much stronger bond. Hint: I also used a 3/4" punch to punch a partial circle in the middle of the lid for ease of opening. Plus it gives a nice professional look.

    There you have it the Pizza Box. Very simple and uses only one sheet of 12x12 paper. Gotta love that!

    Here are the cards we made to go inside the box. Some of the ideas I received from other demonstrators. I can not give them credit for their work because no names where given.

    Thanks, Sue

    Top Note Die

     Want a quick Idea? Well here you go. Use a Top Note Die, fold it in half, add some candy and you are good to go!  

    Supplies used:
    DSP greenhouse gala 117167 $9.95
    Punch Fancy Flower 118073 $16.95
    Paper and Ink Tangerine Orange 111349&111834
    Stamp Fancy Flower 118726 $7.95
    Circle Punch  119861 $15.95
    Top Note Die 113463 $21.95
    Die used with the Big Shot 113439

    Monday, April 19, 2010

    Tax Day Special

    TAX DAY SPECIAL April 23rd Are you feeling a little TAXED? A lot TAXED?? Well have I got some RELIEF for you!! For ONE DAY only -April 23rd- I am offering my customers a TAX BREAK of my own.

    No Congressional hearing or Presidential signature needed! Place your order of $40 or more with me via Phone (360.786.8341) or Email before 11:59pm on April 23rd and I will pay your Sales Tax for you!!! (If you prefer to place orders on line yourself I will not be able to discount your order with free tax, but will be happy to send you a coupon good for that amount off your next order, placed via email or phone with me.)

    No need to fill out any of those forms or spend countless hours totaling up receipts and imputing them into a nifty tax program on your computer, I will handle this tax deduction for you!

    Email me at:

    Tuesday, January 5, 2010

    January Specials

    Here is a glimps of some of the promotions going on. If you are interested in the Country Living Magazine 10 issues for $10 Click Here .

    For more information on everything you see on this post look on my side bars or Click Here for a direct link.

    Have a wonderful day, Sue

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    Sunday, January 3, 2010

    Happy New Year!

    Lots of things are happening: I began a new job outside the house, our computer crashed, and then the Holidays hit. With all of this going on I am still stamping ( I hope you are too) just haven't had the time to take pictures, edit, and post. We all know the same story, life gets busy, our stamp area doesn't get cleaned, we bought a stamp set that has been sitting on our table that has been unmounted forever. That is the life of a stamper! Good or bad we love the craft. It keeps getting better each year. Or should I say with each catalog that Stampin' Up! puts out.

    Oh my goodness wait till you check the new Mini Occasions Catalog. Stampin' Up! now is offering photopolymer stamp sets and clear mount blocks! It has taken SU a while to jump on board with this craze. They wanted to make sure that the product held up to their high standards. They do and they are wonderful to work with.

    If you love the ease of the Big Shot and enjoy making boxes with them then check out page 23 of the mini. There is now a mini milk carton die! I love making boxes and placing goodies inside them and I know you all love to receive them. Now you can make them too. So simple: it cuts, scores and practically folds it for you.

    Oh yes, One more exciting tid-bit about the new mini: our punches! they have a new space saving design to them. Check them out on page 10 of the mini.

    If you would like a Mini Occasions Catalog and you do not currently have a SU demonstrator then let me know and I will mail you one for free. If you do not want to wait then look to the left of this side post, click on the Mini Occasions image and you will be able to view it and print it out if you like.

    Happy New Year and thanks for taking the time to read this post! To email me look to the right of this post for the email button.

    Friday, September 25, 2009

    Sneak Peek release October 1

    Creativity goes digital with My Digital Studio (tm). Use Stampin'Up!s exclusive images in this innovative and easy to use software studio to make creating cards, photo albums, scrabooks, and other projects even simpler. To view a video Click here. Avalible October 1st!

    Saturday, September 19, 2009

    Four Quick Cards

    What is this you may ask and how do I use it?

    These are a newer product that SU came out with. The official name is "Printed Window Sheets" I guess that really says it all. They are window sheets that are printed with beautiful designs. In this current catalog there are three different designs and two different sizes. They can be found on page 169 of the catalog.

    The one shown above is called Clearly Thanks (8-1/2 x 11). Simply put: cut the window sheet into fourths and mount on some card stock and you are done. That is why I labeled this post four quick cards. Doesn't get much easier then that.

    If you look hard enough at the pictures you can see how I adhered the window sheets to the card stock. For example: the rust card with the white ribbon is attached with the two rhinestone brads. The Yellow card is adhered with the yellow ribbon and so on.
    Thanks for stopping by, Sue

    Slide Show of Ideas

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