Tuesday, May 28, 2013

So Sad it's Saying So Long Seven

Button, Button  122026w or 122040c  you cute little thing you. Button, Button - Clear-Mount Stamp - Clear-Mount Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

Aren't you just Cute as a Button

Don't hit the panic button yet, I'm just getting started.

Well, bust my Buttons....someone is actually reading my blog!

That Justin Trudeau, he's a hot Button these days. (Ladies, I'll let you take that one as you please)

Am I pushing your button yet?

I think Stampin' Up! is right on the Button with the new super creative stuff in the new catalog.

There is no snooze Button on a cat who wants Breakfast. (I don't care if that fits or not, it makes me laugh. Cuz it's true. And that's funny.)

Speaking of Funny, remember when Joey wore his Thanksgiving pants so he didn't have to worry about buttons?

You're not enjoying the fun I'm having here? Button it.

Bouton, il  (This is Canada, people)

This card is Bright as a Button.

Now, this card uses some other things that you can't order anymore (let that be a lesson to you folks....don't delay, order your stuff today , just head to my online store and click the Shop Now Button) but the point is the same. This set can and will do anything. Pick some colours you like and randomly stamp those adorable little buttons anywhere you want. Add a bit of bling, maybe a brad, some ribbon or gee I don't know....a Button, a phrase and sit back and enjoy some Bachelor Button Cookies. and while you're there, take a minute and check out the rest of the things on her blog. It's good, and it's the kind of thing I like. Well done, random girl named Jen who I found one day and have never looked back. I like your tiny little oven. I've added you to my favorites Buttons

Don't hit the back button on me yet.

There's a Sizzlits die 113440 Buttons #5 Sizzlits Die - by Stampin' Up!that cuts AND embosses little adorable Button shapes that you might need to go along with your Button, Button set.

Or how many times have you been scrapbooking and wish you had a patterened paper in just the right colour? Make your own with some pretty button stamps!

Have I made my point yet?! Have I hit your interest Button?

There are a bunch of Buttons retiring too, so don't forget to look at the Retiring accessories list.


So Sad it's Saying So Long Six

Elements of Style 118611 w or 120045c Elements of Style - Clear-Mount Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

  I love this stamp set. I'm forever pulling out that flourish to add dimension to all kinds of projects. I love the big flower image, It makes a beautiful background, or a beautiful focal point, or it's gorgeous watercoloured. I really enjoy the Life is a Matter of Moments Phrase and that pretty little For You just fits EVERYWHERE. The bird, well, he doesn't have a whole lot of ink stains on him, I'll be honest. He's quite a nice little birdie, he just doesn't make many appearances on my projects. It doesn't matter anyways, I've used all of the other ones so many times I've more than made up for it.

This is the only card I could find in my stash using this set, which doesn't make sense because I use it regularly. And by regularly, I don't mean every four or five months, I mean every month, several times a month.  The only thing I can think of it that I've given away all of the cards I've made using this set, which is probably accurate, considering many of my favorite cards do in fact use this set.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Quadruple S L S five

I always get a liddle giddy, I mean a little giddy when I find a coffee or tea themed stamp set in our catalog.

Once, several years ago, I even bought a coffee themed stamp set from another stamp company.

I know!!!!

Try to pick yourself up and recover. I've never actually used that stamp set....but I had good intentions. (The story of a good stampers life....!!!)

When I saw this one Tea Shoppe 125545w or 125547c Tea Shoppe - Clear-Mount StampI thought that I had died and gone to heaven.

Then, just when I didn't think things could get any better, they gave me this Stampin' Around Wheel to go with it Take a Sip 120323 OOPS. NEVER mind it's already gone.....sold out. BUT you can still get the Tea Shoppe Stamp set for another few days.

Do you remember that cute hot chocolate package we made using this set?

Or the T-Disc gift holder I made?

Or the fun embossing technique we did and then filled the pretty cup with flowers?

Oh, there's just so many samples I could show you. I truly love this set. I doubt that I will ever part with it.

Head to my online store and order your own before it's gone!


Friday, May 10, 2013

So Sad it's Saying So Long Session Four

So today I've got some good news and some bad news for you.

Which do you want first?

I'm waiting.....

This is going to take awhile isn't it?

Fine, we'll start with the bad news and get it out of the way. This lovely little flower stamp is saying so long.....

Quint-Essential Flower Wood-Mount Stamp SetNot only does it have a lovely name Quint-Essential Flower 126790 but it's so pretty and so versatile. My online store has this to say about it

If you like versatile stamps, you'll love the Quint-Essential Flower! This dainty and decorative stamp includes multiple floral images--perfect for card and scrapbook page embellishments. Use with the 1/2", 3/4", and 1" Circle Punches and the 1-3/4" and 2-3/8" Scallop Circle Punches for perfect coordination.

Couldn't have said it better myself.

Now obviously this card is black and white, but wouldn't that flower be lovely in pink, or blue, or green or yellow or a mixture of both?

See that pretty brad thing in the middle of the flower? Those are the superinsanelycool Designer Builder Brads 129329 from the current mini catalog (that is also ending soon). I miss our old builder brads that were available years ago....but lemme tell ya, these ones are sooooooooo neato. I punched out the middle of the Quin-Essential flower and made a brad out of it!!!

Now, you may be super-observant and notived that there are TWO OTHER RETIRING STAMP SETS on this card.


Made for you 126340w or 126342 as we discussed in SSSSLS Session 2

and, oh my goodness I don't even know if I can say it out loud.

Circle Circus 115778w or 127784 Circle Circus Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

I just. can't. believe. they're. letting. it go. Sob. Sniffle. Sigh.

Here's another (mostly) black and white card using Circle Circus.

I guess I promised you some good news after all of that, didn't I? It's good news, but I'm not sure anything can make a person feel better after that fountain of sadness.

The Basic Black and Whisper White are not retiring!!! Black and White cards will continue to exisit!!!


Lame, I know.

Throw me a bone, would ya?

Thursday, May 9, 2013

So Sad it's Saying So Long Session Three

Kindness Matters.

It really does.

And the stamp set is beautiful too.  Kindness Matters122900c  or 122902c
It's a small stamp set, and it's an affordable stamp set. And it's a  versatile stamp set. And I'm really sorry it's leaving.

Kindness Matters Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!

Me, I love butterflies. I love that butterfly image. I love to stamp it in an ink pad, I love to color it with markers and ....wait for it.....hold on tight....brace yourself......I don't even mind cutting out the images!

I ended up getting this baby for free when Stampin' Up! was offering it as a choice at Sale a Bration a couple years back. Since then I've used it many many many times. Sometimes being a demonstrator rocks you know. I can get all kinds of freebies, previews and special offers as a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. You can too you know! AND, actually if you really want to know, you can get a much better deal on stuff that I can when you purchase the demonstrator starter kit. Is there $195 worth of stuff in the catalog you want right now? Would you like to only pay $125 for it?  Then head here  and click on Join The Fun to read more about it, or phone me or email me and I'll be happy to answer your questions.

Oh, and for goodness sake, don't miss out on this stamp set....it's only around for a couple more weeks.

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

So Sad it's Saying So Long Series Session two

This post might get me teary eyed. Oh, just sooo much sadness here.

 I am not sure that I want to live in a world that doesn't include Baja Breeze.

That's right, if you missed it, there are a bunch of colours retiring too....Scroll down a bit and find the colour refresh post.

Some of the other wonderfullness that is disappearing soon in this beautiful card that we made the other night at one of my favorite stampin' groups are:

Bordering on Romance 125480w or 125482c  Reasons why I love this set: it's just so damn pretty. Those flowers are beautiful for watercolouring. I love those two border stamps. The flowery one can also make a beautiful background on a card. And the scallop-y one looks beautiful stamped alongside one of our pretty embosslits or a scored edge using the Simply Scoring tool. 
Tearing up here people.  Bordering on Romance - Wood-Mount Stamp

also Made for You 126340w or 126342c This set I just got this past year and I wish I bought it years ago. OK fine, it wasn't available years ago, but I sure have used it alot this year. It's got everything you need in plain and simple format, which goes against everything I usually love in a word set (note the inform font....that's not normally me, but I do love me this one). I mean, when CAN'T you use 'especially for you' ??????   You know what the best best best part of this set is????? It fits in lots of punches, and I love that. They're all pretty much the same size stamp, so if it fits in one punch, they all do. I love that. And I did it on that card I just showed you too.    

Pass the Kleenex would ya? Made for You Wood-Mount Stamp Set

and of course the Watercolour Crayons.


There's just no words.


Don't miss these things people. Just don't.
Online store. Now.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

So Sad its Saying So Long Series

New Catalog season bring so much excitement, but it brings lots of sadness as well. As demonstrators, we are not allowed to demonstrate retired product. Some of these items in the catalog become our favorites, our 'go to' if you will. It's hard to say so long.

As customers...you guys can do whatever the heck you want.

One of the stamp sets I'm going to miss dearly is Word Play 120308w or 120651c
Word Play Stamp Set - by Stampin' Up!
I love love love the mixed up fonts in this set. If you've been paying attention....you should already know how much I love greeting sets with messed up fonts. I love every stamp in this set. How can you lose with this one? a baby stamp, a birthday stamp, a wedding stamp, a sympathy stamp, a grad or retirement or move stamp, a thank you stamp, a christmas stamp, a get better stamp...and some you can use for ANYthing stamps. This deserves a big happy face right here.       :-)

hmm. That was pretty lame. Let's try that again.

OK, so here is one of the thousands of cards I've made using this set. This was a fun one because we pulled out an oooooooolllllllllldddddddd technique....stamping with bleach. I don't know why I don't do it more often, I love the look, and I love the smell!
(it's ok if you just thought that I was wierd right there, I know I am, I love that I am)
If you're gonna be a stampin' with that there bleach you're gonna wanna make yerself a lil bleach ink pad. I folded up a napkin, set it in an empty stamp case and soaked it with bleach. The gel kind works great, but it doesn't have to be. You want the napkin to be saturated, but not dripping wet. Just tap your stamp onto the napkin as if it were a plain old Melon Mamba ink pad, then stamp on your paper. Not your jeans.
Let's just say you were the kind of person who often cleans their stamps on their jeans (not mentioning any names here)..you'll want to be careful that you don't just do this with bleach. Don't ask me how I know.
You'll want to experiment with the wetness of your napkin to get the look you want. On this card I also dipped a Stampn' Sponge into bleach and dabbed it around the edges and corners of the card. Looks pretty cool.
When you're done, clean your stamp and block well. Rinse it under water well, then condition it with Stampin' Mist spray.

SS: Word Play CS: Summer Starfruit, Melon Mambo, Basic Grey  INK: Basic Grey and Melon Mambo Stampin’ Write Markers  ACCESSORIES: Designer Series Paper Stacks Neutrals, BLEACH, Stampin’ Sponge, 1/8” mini brads Silver, Itty Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Pinwheel Sizzlets Die, Color Spritzer Tool
Color Spritzer Tool - by Stampin' Up!
The Color Spritzer Tool (107066) is retiring too....I love this one as well. Me and Mr Color Spritzer go in fits and spurts. We forget about each other for awhile, and then when we're lonely and looking for some fun in our lives we find each other again. Either way, I probably won't part with my tool. I love it, and often when I'm looking for just a lil sumthin extra, it's my color spritzer tool.

The point of this post is to NOT MISS OUT ON THE THINGS YOU LOVE. Soon you won't be able to get them anymore. Visit my online store right this second and place your order.....

Monday, May 6, 2013

New Show & Tell Stamps

We've searched long and hard for just the right material to be able to introduce completely clear stamping. And we've found it. We're excited to announce that we now have wood-mount, clear-mount AND photopolymer stamps! The new photopolymer will be an addition to our stamp line and will appeal to all types of stampers. Our top-quality photopolymer has just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time and with the introduction of our firm-foam pads, let's just say they're meant for each other! Photopolymer stamps will also be unique, fun designs that will inspire you and provide more versatile options you may not see in our traditional wood- and clear-mount stamp options.

What makes them so great?

They're entirely transparent for perfect placement every time!
They are durable. The photopolymer material is designed to last.
Can you say sticky? (Don't worry; in a good way.) These stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks.
They're age tested. They won't yellow or cloud up over time.
We could go on, but we'll let you try them for yourself.
They are clearly a great choice.

Show & Tell 1 Photopolymer Stamp Set 133450 
Regular Price: $18.83
Show & Tell 1 Photopolymer Stamp Set
This exclusive photopolymer stamp set features several versatile images that you can mix and match to create personalized backgrounds, patterns, layers, and dimensions to make any project stand out. We recommend clear blocks sizes A, B, D & H (not included in the set). Pair with the Show & Tell 2 Stamp Set for even more options.

Our photopolymer stamps offer a versatile all-clear stamping option. You’ll find that our photopolymer is top-quality and give a perfectly stamped image every time. The stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks and are easy to place just where you want them. And best of all, you get to enjoy tons of images for a great price!
Show & Tell 2 Photopolymer Stamp Set
Show & Tell 2 Photopolymer Stamp Set 133481 
Regular Price: $18.83
This exclusive photopolymer stamp set features several versatile images that you can mix and match to create personalized backgrounds, patterns, layers, and dimensions to make any project stand out. We recommend clear blocks sizes A, B, D & H (not included in the set). Pair with the Show & Tell 1 Stamp Set for even more options.
Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set
Designer Typeset Photopolymer Stamp Set 132956 
Regular Price: $18.83
Use this exclusive photopolymer alphabet set (with extras!) for titles or embellishments on scrapbook pages, cards, or any type of project. We recommend clear block sizes A, B, G, F, and I (not included in the set).
Set Quantity: 57
Bombs Away Birthday Stamp Set
Bombs Away Birthday Photopolymer Stamp Set 133411 
Regular Price: $18.83
Use this exclusive photopolymer birthday set for catchy and unique greetings that will make your special someone smile. We recommend clear block sizes C & H (not included in the set).


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Thursday, May 2, 2013

A new stamp set


As part of our 25-year anniversary celebration, we’re bringing back some of our favorite stamp images from the last quarter century and combining them into 12 sets, which will release—one set per month—during 2013. Even better, along with some great classic images, each “Best of” set will also include a never-before-seen image!

Some things to remember:

All Best of stamp sets will include 3-5 images, including a never-before seen image, and will be priced at $17.95
While we are releasing just one Best of stamp set per month (with a new theme each month), all of the Best of sets will be available until March 31, 2014.

As a special incentive to collect the Best of stamps, we’re including a collector’s card and 25-year proof of purchase sticker with every Best of set. Collect six stickers, and send it in to redeem a FREE set of your choice valued up to $17.95! Free sets must be redeemed no later than April 30, 2014.

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Dolled Up Birthday Kit

I don't care who you are, this kit ROCKS!!!!! Don't miss out on it!! And who doesn't love a kit??!! It takes all of the hard work out of creating.....but you still get to do the fun part!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We're excited to introduce our second Submit a Project kit--the Dolled-Up Birthday Kit--voted on by you via our Facebook page. This gorgeous birthday card was created by Chris Gilmore, a manager from Coshocton, Ohio. Congratulations, Chris!
The Dolled-Up Birthday kit includes the following:
  • Dolled-Up Birthday Photopolymer Stamp (1)
  • 8-1/2" x 5-1/2" Crumb Cake Cardstock (6 pieces)
  • 2" x 4-1/4" Very Vanilla Cardstock (6 pieces)
  • Very Vanilla Medium Envelopes (6)
  • Tea Lace Paper Doilies (6)
  • Dress Up die-cuts (6)*
  • Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Spot (1)
  • Vanilla 5/8" Flower Trim (6 pieces)
  • Sponge Dauber (1)
Get everything you need to make six cards for only $17.95 (item 133913)!**

To assemble one card, follow the instructions below:
  1. Place the stamp on clear-mount block D o H rubber side up and ink with the Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Spot.
  2. Stamp "Happy Birthday" at the bottom of the card front.
  3. Ink the Sponge Dauber with Soft Suede ink and gently antique the doily and the edges of the dress form.
  4. Adhere the pieces to the card front in this order:
    • Doily
    • Very Vanilla Cardstock
    • Dress form
    • Flower
*Created using the Dress Up Framelits Die designed by Karen Burniston
**Adhesive not included

Monday, April 29, 2013

Bye Bye Beautiful Stuff

It's that time of year again, when we have to say goodbye to awesome stuff in the catalog. It's always a sad, sad time.

We have to discontinue some stamp sets to make room for new and beautiful ones. These are the ones that will not be available after May this year.

List of retiring stamps by PDF
List of retiring stamps by sortable Excel file

Same goes for the fun stuff. We just gotta make room. Now some of these things are on sale, up to 60% off even!! However, the items on these list are ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.  These things GO FAST, in fact, sadly some of the things are already sold out.

Retiring Accessories by PDF
Retiring Accessories by Sortable Excel File

If you want something off these lists...don't delay. Visit my online store right now and place your order.  That's the only way you can guarantee you'll get up to the minute availablity.

The spring mini catalog is also winding up. You don't want to miss out on anything in there either. Don't forget to check it out.

Bloomin' Bouquet Project

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Mother's Day. Teacher appreciation. Just because. Say thank you with this no-maintenance bouquet. There's no watering, no weeding-just enjoying. This easy-to-assemble kit comes complete with the petals, stems, and buttons to create the flowers, as well as four different tags to make this the perfect gift for any occasion. All you need is some paper, ribbon or a vase to add the finishing touches to the bouquet.
As if that weren't enough, the kit contains a "baker's dozen"! This means you can create and give (or keep) a dozen flowers, and have a bonus flower left over to pass along to someone new! Give it to someone you wouldn't normally think of: a teller at the bank, a grocery store clerk, or the librarian at your local library. Anyone you encounter on your way that you'd like to give a little "thank you" to-and introduce them to Stampin' Up!
Ordering information:
Item 134542 $15.95 Available starting April 29, while supplies last.
Kit contents:
  • 2 sheets of preprinted and precut flowers on 12" X 12" cardstock; makes 13 flowers using Pool Party, Gumball Green, Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight, and Rich Razzleberry
  • 13 Vintage Faceted Buttons
  • 13 green floral wire stems
Adhesive not included. (Glue gun recommended.)
Training Tips:
  • This kit makes a great gift, both assembled and unassembled. Your customers may want to give it as a fun do-at-home project, or create it themselves to give.
  • This kit can appeal to both stampers and non-stampers; the ease of assembly means anyone can do it!
  • Use this kit for a quick and easy class! Just provide some adhesive, and your class preparation is done for you.
  • Add your own finishing touch to the bouquet: place it in a vase, wrap it up in tissue paper, decorative ribbon, or twine.
I love this Kit!!!!! You will too!
Just when I thought me and my blog were cooperating and being nice to each other I can't make that flippin' video come up nicely. I've been trying for half an hour. I've got stuff to do people. Yes, it's true that I'm planning on spending the entire day in my stamp room....I'm due, and I have to get ready for a ridiculously fun filled class on Thursday night and catch up on a couple of swaps....so I'm quitting the video. Please click the link though and watch it....these flowers really are beautiful. And easy. Which we like. Right?

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Bombs away Birthday

We've searched long and hard for just the right material to be able to introduce completely clear stamping. And we've found it. We're excited to announce that we now have wood-mount, clear-mount AND photopolymer stamps! The new photopolymer will be an addition to our stamp line and will appeal to all types of stampers. Our top-quality photopolymer has just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time and with the introduction of our firm-foam pads, let's just say they're meant for each other! Photopolymer stamps will also be unique, fun designs that will inspire you and provide more versatile options you may not see in our traditional wood- and clear-mount stamp options.

What makes them so great?

They're entirely transparent for perfect placement every time!
They are durable. The photopolymer material is designed to last.
Can you say sticky? (Don't worry; in a good way.) These stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks.
They're age tested. They won't yellow or cloud up over time.
We could go on, but we'll let you try them for yourself.

They are clearly a great choice.  (come on now, that deserves at least a chuckle)

The Fine Print

-Photopolymer stamps will be offered on a trial basis. Based on popularity, we hope to release more photopolymer stamp sets over the coming months. At this time we don't plan on offering a line of photopolymer sets as expansive as our wood-mount and clear-mount lines.
-Not available in wood-mount or clear-mount.
-All photopolymer will be packaged in cello bag w/insert, but don't forget you can store them in our clear cases.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Silly Skittles fun

Have you seen this commercial?

We see it regularly on Teletoon. I adore commercials. I think some of the most creative people in the world are commercial writers.

Of course most commercials are absolute crappity crap crap. But every once in awhile there's a brilliant one. This one makes me laugh too....

I'm not saying that one was brilliant...I'm saying it made me laugh.

So my ridiculously adorable nephew and I were playing the other day and he says "open this door and look for Skittles". I thought whatever, I'll play along. Then he grabs his head and yells "ow" and falls on the floor. I can hear my sister laughing in the next room, and she tells me that they saw this funny Skittles commercial the day before. She was talking about the aforementioned Skittles commercial. When he fell down, he had just 'been hit by the paw'. Oh. Em. Gee. That's freaking cute.

Sooo....his third birthday was this weekend. I made him this card.

Get it?

If I had more time I would have made that first window spill out real Skittles and I would have made an even cooler pop out mechanism behind the other door. I was going to make a big paw come out of it but my nephew doesn't like when the cougar growls (on the tv version, there is no growl), so I thought I'd just leave it like this.

I still think I'm pretty fantastic.

And boy, do I love that kid.

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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Colours (ya I said colours...you don't need to autocorrect my spelling of the word colours you American driven world)

It's a colour refresh

Some are coming back, some are leaving and one is brand slappin' new.
The ones that are leaving though are leaving right now. If you want/need some (OMG Baja Breeze how will I live without you?) you need to order it today...all items featuring these colours are discontinued NOW and are on a first come basis. Think paper, ink, marker, ink refill, ribbons, buttons......
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This is me lately

I've been working way too much. It hasn't been much fun. You'd think I'd be rich, but sadly I still have no extra monies to show for it.

That's why my blogs been suffering. Working away from home, working at home, family, activities....all that stuff.

Don't give up on me yet.

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Free shipping!

Time is running out, don't miss out on free shipping! Head to my online store right now!

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Monday, February 11, 2013

Paper Pumpkin Fun

Hey stampers...it's been awhile since I talked about Paper Pumpkin. It's the new woopdeedoo from Stampin' Up! And its kinda neato.

Remember back in the day when the arrive at your door scrapbook kits were all the thing? Stampin' Up! is doing something like that but with way cooler things (of course).  I'm really excited about it and you should be too.

I know alot of people. And I mean alot of YOU who love to have a little creative escape once in awhile but you can't be bothered coming up with an idea, or hauling out all of your stuff or you can't find time to get out of the house and join a regular scrapbook or stamping club or class or maybe there just isn't anything offerered near you?

About Paper Pumpkin:

Once upon a time, there was a creative person who needed a creative escape...She didn't have time to create...She didn't know what to create....She didn't want to buy a lot of stuff...And then she discovered Paper Pumpkin and her world was changed! 


Paper Pumpkin arrived at her door....was so pretty on the outside...and beautiful on the inside! I was filled with everything she needed to create a sweet project.  She created...she smiled...she pinned on Pinterest!  Her friends were so impressed and she was excited!

Here's how Paper Pumpkin works:
  • Each month, you'll receive a unique, surprise kit with a project (cards, journals, home decor and more) presented in a beautiful cool red box - everything will be colour-coordinated, measured, and cut for you!
  • Each kit will include stamps, ink, paper and accessories PLUS instructions.  Everything you need to complete the project except adhesive which you will provide.
  • Each kit will give a fun, 30 minute creativity escape.
  • Kits will ship around the 15th of the month and arrive at your door in Canada by FedEx
  • A Paper Pumpkin membership is only $24.95 (shipping is included)
  • There is no commitment beyond your first month, you can cancel at any time and if you want you can skip a month (or more) but once you start receiving your special box you will look forward to the next month! *Only cancel if you don't want to continue because if you rejoin
  • Paper Pumpkin starts on March 10th (make sure you sign up before then to activiate your membership) - your first kit will ship on March 15th
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The Welcome kit (pictured above) is the very first Paper Pumpkin you will receive in your first month of membership (so if you wait and join in April you'll receive this kit as your first kit).  The Welcome Kit includes a free gift of a clear acrylic block!

Visit http://mypaperpumpkin.com
Choose Canada from the Drop Down Menu as your country
Click "Subscribe"
Complete the online form
Select quantity for the monthly program
Create your ID & Password
Enter your shipping information
Provide Payment information

IMPORTANT - select me as your demonstrator (Valerie McCallum, Minto MB) - my name should pop up - if you have trouble let me know!

I'd love to hear it if you signed up so let me know and I'll send you a little somethin' somethin'

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Stamp clear out!

I'm cleaning house (well not my whole house, that would just be silly...and I'm starting to like the cobwebs).

All sets are $5 each unless otherwise specified. Most are gently used, a few sets are well loved, some are either not used or barely used. Feel free to email me or leave a comment here if you want to inquire about a certain set.
Pick up at my house, or I will mail and add the postage to your bill.

Clear Mount Stamps:

Northern Hearts (set of 5)
Sprinkled Expressions (set of 6)
Good Neighbors (set of 10)
Warmest of Wishes (set of 5)

Strength & Hope (set of 4)
Sweetheart (set of 5)
Punch Bunch (set of 5)
So Green (set of 6)

Rubber Stamps:

Carved and Candlelit (set of 6)
Sweet Treats (set of 4)
Summer Fun (set of 6)
Happy Everything (set of 8)

Tags so Much (set of 5)
Berry Christmas (set of 8)
Live Like You Mean it (set of 7)
Tagger's Dozen (set of 12)

Alphabits (set of 4)
Aged to Perfection (set of 7)
Party Punch (set of 6)
DD Rubber Ducky (set of 6)

That's Funny (set of 4)
Love Blooms (set of 6)
Booglie Eyes (set of 8)
Print Pattern (set of 1)

Wanda's Wit & Wisdom (set of 7)
Toucan of My Love (set of 6)
Unfrogettable (set of 11)
Itty Bitty Backgrounds (set of 4)

Letterpress Alphabet (set of 28) $8
Sporting Goods (set of 14) $8
The Shape of Things (set of 4) $5
Best Friends Alphabet Upper (set of 28) $8

Cute Cues (set of 6)
Birthday Wish (set of 1) $3
Fresh Fillers (set of 3) $3
Snow Flurries (set of 6)

Country Morning (set of 4)
Sweet Celebrations (set of 6)
Little Pieces (set of 12)
Down to Business (set of 4)

Everyday Flexible Phrases (set of 56) $8
It's a Loop Thing (set of 4)
Birthday Greetings (set of 8) $8
Farm Fresh (set of 7)

Petite textes (set of 4)
Botanical Blooms (set of 7)
Totally Tabs (set of 4)
So Many Scallops (set of 4)
Too Terrific Tags (set of 7)
Holiday Best (set of 4)

Dot Invitation (set of 2)
Fall Flair (set of 8)
A Little Something (just 3)
Comfort Food (set of 4)
Greetings Galore (set of 8, split mounted)

Packed for Birthday (set of 1)
Packed for Dad (set of 1)
A Little Birthday Cheer (set of 4)
Starring You (set of 4)
Introducing (set of 4)
Packed for Mom (set of 1)

Petal Pizzaz (set of 7)
Best Wishes and More (set of 9)

I'm open to offers on the above stamps (most of them I'd take $1-2 for, the sets maybe $3-4?

Various punches $1 each

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