Weekly Deals Apr 12

Weekly deals

Last 2 Weeks of WEEKLY DEALS!


Weekly Deals began to help reduce overstocked inventory. As Stampin' Up! has reduced excess inventory, the variety of products available for Weekly Deals has decreased, making the deals less exciting, so Stampin' Up! will be replacing Weekly Deals with a less frequent but better promotion called Special Offers. These Special Offers will occur every few months as inventory allows (the goal is still to reduce overstocked inventory) with more products and discount tiers than Weekly Deals. The last sets of Weekly Deals will be April 5-18.

Enjoy these last 2 weeks of Weekly deals!  I personally love the Rose Garden Framelits!  Just look at these 2 beautiful cards made with the Rose Garden Framelits!

I want you to have as much fun with these as I do!

Happy Stamping!




Paper Pumpkin 3rd Anniversary

March is Paper Pumpkin's 3rd Anniversary of giving us our 30 minutes a month of totally fun-creativity in a box!

I received this lovely Bermuda Bay box in the mail this week!

DID YOU GET YOURS?!?!  If not, do not fear, your can still sign up by April 10th and you can get your very own!

Look how much fun this kit is!


And Next Month there is going to be an extra surpise in the box!  Check this out!

So, how can you get your very own Paper Pumpkin?

Subscribe NOW!  Until March 31 you can take advantage of this great offer and get a free Sale-a-bration gift too!

3-Month Prepaid Subscription (137859) $59.85 $55   
Save on a 3-month prepaid subscription and instantly qualify for a FREE Sale-A-Bration it!

Give yourself a break and have some fun! Join the Paper Pumpkin Craze Now!


Happy Stamping!






Folding Cardstock

I wanted to share with you how to fold cardstock.  There are so many different ways! 

Your thinking, I can fold a piece of paper! I know you can, but is it even at the bottom or square? 

I absolutely hate it when my cards are not folded straight. 

Here are a few tips for you.

First, the most basic fold is for the 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 (half sheet) of cardstock. 

Place your cardstock in the Stampin' Trimmer at the 4-1/4" mark and use the score blade to score your card.


Then when you have that done, fold your cardstock and use your bone folder to crease the score line and that will give you a crisp, clean fold and help your card to stay shut and lay flat.

Another method I like to use involve the Simply Score Board.  This is one of my favorite methods.

Place your card stock in the upper corner.

Fold in half by bringing the edge of the cardstock to meet the corner of the scoreboard.   Perfect fold everytime!

Now, using your bone folder, burnish the folded edge to make a nice crease.

Yet, one more way to use the Simply Score tool.  Your can also make a score line at the 4-1/4" mark with the stylus.

And again,  fold in half and burnish with your bone folder for a crisp, clean fold.


These 3 very important tools are a must in any crafters rooms.


Product List

Happy Stampin!




Botanical Garden...Because you're Awesome

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The Botanical Gardens Bundle is one of my favorites in the catalog!. I made this card for a card swap. I love all the layers and dimensions it offers.

Perfectly Artisitic Sky is the Limit

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This is such a wonderful stamp set! It can be used for graduations, commendation, encouragement! Now that I discovered how much fun it is to stamp on the beautiful designer series papers, The Sky is the Limit! Get it before it is gone on February 15, 2016!

Soft Sky Rose Wonder Extravegant

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This beautiful card was inspired by Jenny Moore of the UK. The layering of color cardstock under the Rose Garden dies really makes it pop. The Clear Wink of Stella brushed all over the flowers and leaves makes it look so elegant. The Thank you and label are also part of the set! Love this set! It is a must have!

Cutting Cardstock

Here is a chart that every Paper crafter needs! 

 All the sizes for cutting CARDSTOCK!! 
Tuck this away in a save place.  Print it out and post it near your crafting area!
Keep this!

Take your 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock and cut in 1/2 at 5 1/2" on the 11" side for a standard card.

Take your 8 1/2" x 11" piece of cardstock and cut it in 1/2 at the 4-1/4" on the 8-1/2" side for a long card.

Then use the chart above to make the layers you want!