Hello Everyone. Sorry I haven’t been on lately. I have been sick again. Unfortunately, I suffer from Migraines. I just had a real bad one, lasted a few days. Enough of that. The weather here has been really cold and snowing. Today’s high is supposed to be 36 degrees. That’s pretty cold. Well how is everyone doing? Almost weekend. Anyone have plans this weekend?
Don’t forget about the brand new Photopolymer Stamps that Stampin’ Up has introduced. We also have a new product called “This and That.” There is information on this after today’s card. I can’t wait to try both products out. I’m so excited. Today’s card base is Crumb Cake Card Stock. I made several banners in various Brights Designer Series Papers. The stamp sets are: Tiny Tags, Priority Mail (Hostess Only Set) and Apothecary Art. Everything is stamped in Rich Razzleberry ink. I used a Soda Pop Top that I stamped an image from Tiny Tags stamp set and used a 1 inch circle punch to make it fit inside the Soda Pop Top. I used Crystal Effects to glue it in and I also covered it with Crystal Effects.
Your life is: Awesome. Quirky. Exciting. Perfectly messy. And happening really fast. So we’re happy to introduce our newest product line that lets you capture it all on-the-go. This and That debuts in the 2013-2014 annual catalog, but we’re giving you and everybody else the chance to get it starting March 23. And through April 30, you can get a special bundle with all five products for 15 percent off! Watch for more information on March 23!
I am so excited about the new Stampin’ Up Stamps – read on to see what it’s all about:
I’m excited to announce…Stampin’ Up! is introducing a cool new Photopolymer stampchoice. Download: Photopolymer Flyer
What is it and what makes it so great?
They’re entirely transparent for perfect placement every time!
They are durable. The photopolymer material is designed to last.
Stamps stick amazingly well to our clear blocks and are easy to place just where you want them
They’re age tested. They won’t yellow or cloud up over time.
They are starting off with one stamp set and plan to offer a new one each month on a trial basis. Now Stampin’ Up! offers options for every kind of stamper: wood-mount, clear-mount, and now photopolymer! Can I have woohoo?!