Here are this week’s deals from Stampin’ Up!
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Here are this week’s deals from Stampin’ Up!
There’s no doubt you’ve heard of My Paper Pumpkin. Have you given it a try? Now is the time! Get 50% off* your first two months when you sign up by September 10. Go to MyPaperPumpkin.com and use promo code: HALFOFF2. List me, Terry Duncan, as your demonstrator in the box.
After your first two months, keep the creativity coming for just $19.95 US/$24.95 CAN + tax per month (shipping included). Each month a fully designed project kit will arrive at your door with stamps, ink, and paper—everything cut and ready to go.
It’s commitment-free! You can cancel or suspend your membership at any time—really! So, go on, give it a try. What do you have to lose? (Except some boredom.)
*For new subscribers only, not valid on prepaid subscriptions. Discount applied to one kit per month for the first two months of a new subscription.
Here are a few cards I’ve made with some of the Paper Pumpkin kits.
Hope you all are having a wonderful week and getting to stamp a lot! I think making cards is so relaxing and it’s a good thing, because between my classes, workshops, and Stamp of the Month Clubs, I make around 180 cards per month! This is a card I made for one of my Stamp of the Month Clubs. I’m entering it in the Curtain Call Challenge this week. The challenge is “Anything Goes.” You can submit any card for this one. I made the card using Two-Step Stamping and the Baby Wipe Technique. The stamp set is Blooming with Kindness.
I hope you like it! Terry
After gold was discovered in California in 1848, thousands of people (the 49-ers) rushed to the area to find their fortunes. Most of the 49-ers traveled across the United States in wagons, on foot, or on horses. The population in many areas increased tremendously, as did commerce. That led to the need for better transportation to and from California. Thus, the First Transcontinental Railroad was built.
I used gold paper that was embossed with the Arrows Embossing Folder on an Early Espresso card base. I stamped the train image on the gold card stock, as well, and layered it on a piece of Very Vanilla Card Stock. Do you see the gold patterns on the Vanilla CS? Images from the Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Set were stamped in VersaMark and embossed with Gold Embossing Powder. I love the way it turned out! The banner was layered over a strip of Burlap Ribbon. The threads on one edge of the ribbon were unraveled and used for the strings that were wrapped around the banner. What do you think about it?
Yes, new items have been added to the Clearance Rack. There are punches, stamp sets, framelits dies, ribbon, embellishments, and more…all on sale and some up to 80% off! Click here to see all of the items on sale. Then start shopping. The supplies are limited and and going fast!
Don’t forget about the Free Designer Series Paper Promotion. Purchase 3 packages of designer paper and get 1 FREE!
Last, but not least, Stampin’ Up! has just released 2 Christmas Stamp Sets that are available for purchase now!
Beauty of the Season (Wood 135776 $21.95; Clear 135779 $16.95)
and Christmas Bliss ($15.95)
Call or email me with your order now, or click on the “Order Stampin’ Up! Online” button in the right column.
I hope you all had a wonderful day! Here is this week’s deals. Remember, they’re only available until Monday night, July 14th.
Are you ready for Monday? If you’re not working, what will you be doing? I’m having my weekly card making class. All the ladies that usually attend are just the friendliest people and fun, too! I always enjoy seeing them.
Today, I want to share the cutest gift bags (purses filled with goodies) made with the Big Shot Petite Purse Die. The designer paper is not from Stampin’ Up, though. I had a pack of paper someone had given me quite awhile ago. It’s a thick paper and has a beautiful design on it. Well, what a mistake that was! I cut out all the purses using that paper. Went I began folding them on the score lines, they ripped on almost every line. I had to tape all of the torn pieces back together! I had already cut all of them with the Big Shot and the Petite Purse Die and just didn’t want to throw all of that pretty paper away! Will I be using any other paper besides that from Stampin’ Up? That’s a big, “NO”! I’ve cut out plenty of these purses using paper and card stock from Stampin’ Up! and have never had this problem!
A petite purse (gift bag) will be given to everyone who made a purchase from me in the last week. They are filled with goodies, but I can’t tell you what kind because I want it to be a surprise for clients.
I hope you all are having a great 4th of July weekend! I celebrated yesterday with my family. We all spent the day around the pool after having lunch at one of our favorite restaurants. We usually have a cookout, but since the forecast called for rain, we decided against it this year.
I want to share a card I made for two different challenges this week. The Color Q Challenge #248 was all about color: Ruby Red, Marina Mist, Not Quite Navy, Sahara Sand, and White.
The Paper Craft Crew Challenge PCCCS100 provided a sketch to follow:
I decided to combine them both for this card made with the So Very Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up! I’m also using this card at for Stamp of the Month Club.