Apr 1, 2019

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New Storage Product from Stampin Up!

  I am so excited to announce that beginning, today,  April 1, 2019, Stampin' Up! will have our own line of storage product.  It is called Storage by Stampin' Up!  And from the clean looks of it, this is going to be an amazing product.  I love love love the way that they are customizable, you can have your Stampin' Write Markers next to their coordinating ink pad, you can also have all your blends with their color family, if so desired.   

  Here are some of the frequently asked questions

No. The Ink Pad & Marker Storage Trays are designed to fit our new-design Stampin’ Pads only.
How high can I stack storage trays?
We stacked up to 50 storage trays without any issues, BUT we would not recommend stacking that high. While our Storage by Stampin’ Up! products are sturdy, the higher you stack them, the less stable they’ll become. Use your discretion when stacking.
How many Stampin’ Ink Refills can I store in the Storage Topper?
You can store up to 20 Stampin’ Ink Refills (or other small items) in the Storage Topper.
Are ink pads difficult to remove from Ink Pad & Marker Storage Trays?
No. When you insert an ink pad into a storage tray, a small portion of the ink pad will stick out. We designed it this way, so your ink pads will be both secure and easy to access.

If you are interested in purchasing the new Storage by Stampin' Up!, and do not currently have a Stampin' Up! demo, you can visit my SU! website here.  I would love to help you get your Storage by Stampin' Up!

Mar 27, 2019

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  Sometimes a girl has to step out of her safety zone.   That is what I have done with these two cards.  First off, I RARELY use Garden Green for anything.  It isn't because I don't like the color, it is just not one that I think about using.  With these cute little frogs, though, Garden Green was the perfect color to use.

And second, I don't use my Stampin' Blends at all.  They just sit and look at me and I look back.   Usually you can see streaks when I color with them.  But not this time!  I was like a kid in a toy store, at Christmas, when i saw my "no streak froggies"!!  I might just have to play with my Blends a bit more!!!!

I used the Swirls and Curls embossing folder for this frog card.  My intention was to have the swirls and curls resemble a little turbulence on the frogs pond.  I feel like I achieved that feel/look.

Since the water was a bit calmer on this card, I sponged the oval with Daffodil Delight to represent sunshine and sponged Pacific Point to represent the water.  And if you notice, the Nature's Twine is not a crazy as the Jute Twine was on the first card.  So much fun and so many ideas running through my head using these little guys!

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Mar 25, 2019

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  My husband is quite the King of one-liners.  He keeps the girls that work with him in stitches all the time.  One of the girls has told her "lash lady" so many crazy things that hubby has said, that he just smiles.  Every time "A" has a lash appointment, the "lash lady" asks her for new "Jeffism's".  Well the "lash lady" is going on maternity leave soon and Jeff asked me to please make her a card.  
  I chose the stamp set, Little Elephant, because the adorable elephant images make me smile.  And honestly, who doesn't need a smile or two these days?
  I hope that this card will make you smile too!  

  As an afterthought, I placed a tiny pearl for the elephants eye.  It almost looks like that elephant is real!

Have a spectacular week!


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