Stampin’ Up! has added bonus products to Sale-A-Bration and they are all FREE! How to get them? Simple:
Order $50 (before tax/shipping) of Stampin’ Up from my store and choose a free item! Check out the catalogs here!
Any current $50 catalog order qualifies for a free SAB item! Just click, shop, select your faves and get ready for a box of fun to be delivered!
HURRY! Sale-A-Bration ENDS MARCH 31, 2015 OR WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Check it out here!
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Encouraging cards are rarely masculine – unless they are plain and boring. I designed this one with a vintage flair and filled with removable bookmarks. Perfect for a guy! Here’s the video- compete with tutorial and a product feature!
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Guy card: techniques and products focus!
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What a week this has been! I began on Sunday, meeting with a super sweet lady who loves Stampin’ Up as much as I do, then on Monday I signed up a wonderful friend to be on my Stampin’ Up team. I received a phone call tonight from my new (Sunday) friend and she is going to sign up as well! That makes my downline number FIVE! I am so excited! They are all talented demonstrators and I am just thrilled to be a part of this amazing group of women.
I’ll spend all next week making sure I’m up on all the latest so I can encourage my downline to succeed in their dreams. What a gift God has given me. I do not understand the timing, and I won’t question it… I’m just incredibly, wholeheartedly blessed.
To celebrate, I made this video! LOL! Please subscribe to my channel… it’s brand new and I promise to keep it fun and informative! God bless!
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Stampin’ Up! is making crafting even better with monthly kits from Paper Pumpkin. You can sign up for a single month, three months, or save and sign up for 6 or 12 months! About the 2nd week of every month, subscribers receive an email stating that their surprise is on its way! I LOVE GOING TO MY MAILBOX NOW! Yes, it’s THAT exciting!!
What’s in the box? Well, here are two videos I have shared that will give you an idea!
Here’s a past Paper Pumpkin!
And here’s the one I received in the mail TODAY!
Paper Pumpkin kits from Stampin’ Up! are fun and enjoyable for simply everyone. All you need to do is decide which Pumpkin plan is right for you! Click the link, pick your plan, and be sure to name me as your demonstrator! It’s as simple as that.
More details HERE!
Now that you’re ready to sign up with Paper Pumpkin, visit me on Facebook at Kathy Bohannon Creatively Blessed
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I’m loving this months arrows and numbers challenge at Scrap It Girl
One of the things I really enjoy besides being creative is repurposing. If I can do both at one time, I’m over the moon excited! I think that’s why I just fell in love with this card.
Do you see something at the top corner? Yep, it’s plain ole baby wipes.
I bought these at Kroger when they were on sale for $1 each. They are perfect for my purse, as my hands can’t tolerate the hand sanitizers or industrial soaps in public restrooms. I always have a pack of baby wipes.
I have been intrigued with that little “door” and finally decided to repurpose it into an interactive card.
Here’s the inside. I fussy cut the cake (heat embossed and marker-colored it too) and I put it on an action wobble spring, which makes it jiggle.
The card also opens like a regular card, offering a place to stamp or write a greeting.
And to think it all started with this! (I’ll use the orange “door” on another card or scrap page soon!
All products (for the exception of the happy birthday embossing folder and the action wobbles) are from Stampin’ Up!
Let me know if you have any questions about my card or the supplies used! Join the challenge at Scrap It Girl for a chance to win some goodies! And please check out my Stampin’ Up! store!
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Today’s FTF for the Scrap it Girl team is “favorite electric die cutting machine”.
Well, this is easy-peasy in my opinion!
I have both the Cricut and Silhouette Cameo, which means I also have a lot of cartridges for my Cricuts. One of the things that sold me on the Silhouette was the fact that I can order a single design and my bundle came with $10 worth of free software of my choice from the Silhouette store. To be fair, Cricut is now offering a similar setup but I love my Cameo. It’s projects like this one that made me even more excited about my new Silhouette:
Isn’t that bottle cute?
It was so stinkin easy to select layers to omit so I could have a simple vinyl design.
And that bottle? It has a mister, which was perfect recently for a very hot and humid day in Savannah, Ga. I found it at Academy Sports
Thanks for stopping by! Be blessed.
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