Start of new catalog!
You probably already know that the new catalog started on June 3. What you might now know, there is a promotion that is only available until June 30.
Normally you get $25 free when you reach $250, but until June 30 you'll get $50 FREE! WOW!
Anyone who places or collects orders of $250 or more will get an extra $25 in FREE product of their choice.
If you've been looking at this catalog you know $50 in free product will be easy to select!
If you'd like your own copy of the catalog request one and I'll get it mailed out to you this week!
It's a great time to purchase your Starter Kit!
Normally, I don't like to promote two things in the same blog post, but if you're considering placing an order or $200 or more, you should look at the great deal with the
This is the DEAL of the year!
Normally the Starter Kit gives you $125 in product for $99! That's a good deal, but even better until June 30 you get that $125 in product PLUS you get to add a stamp set/tool bundle of your choice!
Bundles are valued at $31.50 to $61.00.
Here are the details:
June is your month for GREAT DEALS!
Choose the opportunity to get an extra $25 in Free Product with your qualifying order (collect orders from friends to help you reach at least $25).
Consider purchasing your Starter Kit this month and get an extra $31.50 to $61.00 on top of the $125 you normally get to choose!
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Happy June! Happy New Catalog!
Stampin' Up! is kicking off the new 2020-21 Annual Catalog with an amazing special just for the month of June.
First, if you place a $250+ order you'll get an EXTRA $25 in free Stampin' Rewards to spend on exclusive host stamp sets or anything you want from the new catalog.
You DON'T have to host a party to take advantage of this special. You can stock up on stamping supplies for yourself or combine orders with friends. Just note that the $250 all has to be on one order OR you can talk to me about getting a host code to share with your friends.
Get a little extra just for getting the things you LOVE!
Music from the Heart
Music is its own language.
It makes people happy and can take them through their sorrow.
There are several songs that bring to mind fun events in my life.
Celebration by Kool and the Gang takes me to Duluth 1984.
But just as easily there are those songs that bring us to tears.
The Dance by Garth Brooks brings memories of a loved one gone too soon.
I bet there are some songs that do the same for you!
Today I want to share some card ideas using the Music From the Heart stamp set.
This set is on the Last Chance list and it's perfect for the music lovers in your life.
Lets take a look at three ideas!
Use the stamps to create a background.
The card on the left and the one on the bottom both use stamps from the Music From the Heart stamp set to create an interesting background.
One of my favorite watercolor techniques is to use the ink from an ink pad with a blender pen. I find I have the best control with this method.
The card on the bottom uses tone on tone stamping.
Another cool technique is used on this card. The staff lines are done by stamping off. This is when you ink up the stamp, then lightly press it onto a scrap piece of paper to take some of the ink off the stamp and then stamp the remaining inked stamp onto the card. It creates a lighter version of the full strength ink. It can actually create the look of two different colors.
The musical note are stamped with full strength ink.
Make a card! Be the reason someone smiles today!
The card on the top uses pretty paper to pack a punch!
The cardbase on this card is covered completely with a piece of paper.
This adds interest with very little effort.
All Stampin' Up! paper packs lets you confidentially mix colors and patterns because each sheet in the pack goes together so well with the other sheets in the pack.
The stamping on this card is very simple in the tone on tone technique mentioned above.
This time the Crumb Cake ink is stamped on Crumb Cake cardstock.
The guitar is made using two stamps from the set a treble clef and the neck of the guitar.
There are a couple of die cuts used to add interesting edges.
On the accent paper is cut using the Stitched So Sweetly dies and the square white piece is cut using the Stitched Shapes dies.
Both of these dies are MUST HAVES for your collection!
Here is the complete product list for the top card on the photo:
Let these cards inspire you!
Pick out some of your favorite colors and stamp sets and create your own versions of these cards!
This partnership is a match made in heaven.
The Card Kit contains pretty cards that just need greetings added and a print your own copy pdf download have a variety of greetings to be used on your favorite projects.
The #ShareSunshine download is part of Stampin' Up!'s Making a Difference program.
100% of the proceeds from the sale of the download will go to COVID-19 relief efforts through these organizations:
Make a card and send a card to one of them today! To help you do just that I'm sharing a simple and easily changed card idea that will work for any occasion! Just last week my friend Jessica shared a card idea that allowed both sides of a pretty paper to be shown on a card front. I loved that idea so I used the same idea to create this card for my first Social Distancing Card Class in the mail. I took a sheet of 12"x12" paper and cut it into three strips 4" wide. Then I cut those strips in half to be 4" x 6". Finally I cut each of these half into 4"x 5 1/4" pieces which left a 4"x 3/4" strip. I flipped that piece over and used it as an accent on the front of my card. Simple, brilliant, and beautiful! Let's take a look at the details!