Hi Everyone! Today I am sharing another card from my last Card Buffet! I just love coffee and hot chocolate and all things like it, so when I saw the Coffee Cafe set in the new Annual Catalog, it was one of the first things I ordered. Then when I saw the companion set, Mery Cafe, in the Holiday Catalog, I was in love again. The Merry Cafe set is only available for a limited time, so you need to act fast to get this one. The Holiday catalog ends December 31st, but the retiring stamps are 'while supplies last'. The Coffee Cafe and matching Coffee cups dies are in the annual catalog, so they will be around until May. Save 10% if you buy the Coffee Cafe and Coffee Cup dies as a bundle.
Here is a short video on how to put the card together.
And check out these other fun images from the catalog!
Hi Everyone! Today I am sharing a card from my last Card Buffet. I saw one similar on Pinterest by an other demonstrator named Connie Collins. Do you find that when you pin things they tend to be from the same people over and over? I do, and I seem to like a lot from Connie Collins. Here is a link to her card, so pretty. She put a lot more effort into hers with that background! So pretty. http://www.constantlystamping.com/constantly_stamping/2017/09/gdp103.html
I think this card is a good one to have in your card stash because it can be used as a sympathy card or for someone who is having a hard time at work or personally, any variety of reasons really.
I love the Wood Textures paper stack and feel it is a staple in my paper patterns. I have purchased a lot of this paper! The leaf is also part of a die set that is a crafters essential, Seasonal Layers. Check out the supply list at the bottom of this post to see these products!
Here is a quick video to show you how the die works and putting the card together. I hope you like it!
Here are some samples from the Stampin' Up! catalog.
Hi everyone!! I have good news. Stampin' Up! has changed the reservation process for the Stamparatus! Now everyone can reserve one (in the U.S.) and the reservation window will not close until December 30th. This is great news as the reserve was met last time in just 15 minutes. So basically as it is now you are getting in line to get one, and as they come in Stampin' Up! will ship them based on first in line to last in line, limit one per customer. You will not be charged until it ships. Stamparatus is not scheduled to ship until March. Once your reserved Stamparatus us ready to ship, you will be notified and will then be able to complete your order. The Stamparatus will be in the next Annual Catalog starting in June, but if you would like to get one sooner, this is your last chance to get in line. After December, there will not be a reservation process.
Why do YOU need a Stamparatus?
Make multiples with ease
Consistently stamp crisp, clean images
If you want a darker impression (or to fill in a “missed spot”), apply more ink and re-stamp—no need to start over
Make fewer mistakes, saving time and money
Easily create 2-step, 3-step, and 4-step stamped images using reversible plates
Develop new and specialized stamping techniques with adjustable stamping plates and precision placement
Compatible with Stampin’ Up!’s red rubber and photopolymer stamp
Foam mat to use with photopolymer stamps
Rulers and gridlines for quick measuring
The Stamparatus measures 8″ X 8″ X 7/8″
2 open sides so you can stamp on larger paper
2 reversible plates: a total of 4 surfaces to work with
2 magnets to hold the paper in place
Magnet storage underneath the Stamparatus.
Retail Price–$49.00 plus shipping and sales tax.
Click here to go to my online store to get in line and reserve your Stamparatus. click on the Stamparatus photo to get started. You will need to give your credit card information, but you will not be charged until it is available to ship. Once it comes in, you will get an email with a link to complete your order. You will be able to add to your order if you have anything else you would like to get, and if it is during Sale-a-Bration, you can add to get Sale-a-Bration rewards.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions!
Today I want to share a card that we made at my Card Buffet. It uses one of my favorite Christmas sets, Santa's Sleigh. I think one of the things I like best about this set is the dies. I have used them so many times, mostly without the stamps!! I love the large tree and that deer!
I have made a card very similar to this one in the past but the stamp set that I used with it has since been discontinued, so I thought I would redo it and add that pretty foil snowflake.
Here is the card from last year...
And another way to use the tree...
And some more samples from the catalog...
I just love this stamp and die set. I hope you do too. Here is the supply list for my card. Product List