Saturday, July 22, 2017

Looking for People Who Love to Save Money


If you choose to sign up to be on my team:

1. You can customize your Stampin' Up Starter Kit based on what you like and want.  Have a big wish list?  This is the perfect way to fill that list and do it at 20% off each order.

2. You sign up online and only takes about ten minutes.  When your confirmation email comes (usually within minutes), you're officially a demonstrator! The Starter Kit takes about one week to arrive, but you can start collecting and placing orders any time. To stay active, you'll only have to sell (or purchase!) $300 a quarter--and your first quarter is free!

3. Shipping is Free for your Starter Kit, so the kit is only $99 plus tax. All the business supplies, postcards, catalogs to hand out to family and friends, are included for free. The demonstrator magazine, galleries, forums, website, team Facebook page for inspiration and support--all included. Even if your only customer is YOU. ALL demo types are welcome on my team.

4.  PLUS receive a  BONUS Essentials Gift Pack including:

Paper Snips ($10 value).  
SNAIL Adhesive ($7 value).  
Grid Paper ($11 value).  Keeps your work surface neat and tidy with measurements handy.
Two Clear Blocks (D) – (one for you and one for a stamping friend!) ($17 value)
Bone Folder ($7 value).  

BONUS:  Carols of Christmas Stamp Set from the upcoming holiday catalog ($20 value).  A “must-have” for the holidays.

That’s an added $72 value!  This allows you to spend your starter kit dollars on things like your favorite stamp sets and accessories! BUT you must do so before July 31st at 11:50 p.m. (Mountain Time)

5. We have monthly meetings with my upline team where we have Make and Takes, a little bit of business and loads of fun!

Are Ready to sign on the dotted line?

Click on Join The Fun and let us welcome you to the Stamps Well With Others Team!

Friday, July 21, 2017

Fifty Plus Thank You's

Last weekend I finished the 50 (plus) thank you cards for Brittney to send out to those who participated in her Mom's Memorial Service.  They came out very nice, if I do say so myself.  A lot of steps, but worth it for Brittney.

Wisteria Wonder - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded at 4 1/4"
Watercolor Paper - 5 1/4" x 4"
Whisper White (inside) 5 1/4" x 4"

I stamped the Large Rose from Rose Wonder with a nice juicy Versamark ink pad onto the Watercolor paper and then immediately sprinkled white embossing powder over it, tapped off the excess and sealed it with the Heat Gun.  Always remember to use your Embossing Buddy so you don't have powder sticking where  you don't want it to be.

Then I used my Aqua Brush and ink from inside the lid of each color ink pad to watercolor the flower and the leaves.  No two cards look alike with this technique because the ink will go on differently every time.  Just be fussy with it, no need to worry about them all being the same.

Someone shared this poem with me when I was searching for just the right thing to go inside.  This really covers it all.  I figured out the spacing and typed it up on my computer with four to a page, so it really wasn't too hard.

Thank you for looking in today.  Sorry this is posting so late.  I just didn't have it in me to post this at midnight.

Happy Friday!

~ Donna

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Poodle Skirt Blast from the Past

You are simply going to FLIP when you see this card.  I only wish I could take credit for it.  It is SO STINKIN' CUTE!!

The idea comes from Bernadette Baio who shared the card - plus others - with Dawn Olchefske who posted it on facebook.

Check this out!

Whisper White Thick cardstock - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
Mambo Melon - begin with 5 1/2" x 4" (cutting instructions below)

Basic Black - 3/4" x 2 1/8" (to be trimmed as needed)
Basic Black - Cut with Stitched Shapes - smallest square

Using a sharp blade, cut two slits for the strip to weave through.

For the first one I left the belt straight across the way Bernadette did.  I think it defines a more defined waist.  Silly me, on the 2nd one I trimmed the belt to match the skirt and really don't like it.  Trial and Error, right?

The birthday sentiment comes from Butterfly Basics.  The Pearl and Rhinestones are from the old "style" before they were "reconfigured" them this year, which makes it much easier to make the cute leash.

A Special Thank You to Bernadette Baio and to Dawn Olchefske for sharing this fabulous card!  I'm still giddy about how cute it is!

Thank you for looking in today!  Happy Thursday!

~ Donna

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Paper Pumpkin Has Arrived!

My July Paper Pumpkin arrived Tuesday!  I don't usually get mine this early so I was really excited to see it in my mailbox when I got home.

Here are a few of the cards for this month's kit.  Very fun and easy to put together.

Everything you need comes in each kit - except for the clear block, but you receive one of those in your first order.  

If you've never tried the monthly kit of Paper Pumpkin, you really should look into it.  Give it a try and see how much fun it is to receive a surprise kit in the mail each month.

Check out the details here

Thank you for looking in today!  This girl is going to get to bed earlier (it's Tuesday night as I type this). Midnight is simply too late when the alarm goes off at 5 a.m.!

~ Donna

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Pet Sympathy

Remember my "work daughter" Brittney who recently found out her Mom passed away?  Well, the day she found out about that, she was actually going to have to put her sweet dog Maggie down after years of fighting allergies and health issues.  With her Mom passing, she just couldn't manage it, but when she returned home, her dog had become even worse and they had to take her in.

Crumb Cake - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored and folded at 4 1/4"
Chocolate Chip - 5 1/4" x 4"
Crumb Cake - 5 1/8" x 3 7/8" (although now I wish I'd done it at 5" x 3 3/4" to show better) embossed with Polka Dot Basics

Sweetheart Punch (retired, now that I look - but could use hearts from Sweet & Sassy Framelits)
1/2" circle punch

Thank you for looking in today.

~ Donna

Here's Miss Maggie, one of the times we were Doggie Sitting.  Rest in Peace Sweet Maggie!

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