Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Animal Gift Box

Instead of a card today, I have a gift packaging idea. Well, technically, there is a card since it includes a gift card.

The stamping is very basic. You may not always want to make an elaborate card, or sometimes you simply don't have time. But this shows you that a few minutes of simple stamping and punching can still make a gift special.

The box is 4x4 square by about 3-3/4" high. I jumped over to splitcoaststampers for my color palette. Today's color challenge is:

  • so saffron-- used in cardstock and ribbon
  • kraft--makes up the box, tag back, and card base
  • not quite navy*--ink, cardstock layering

*actually supposed to be Night of Navy but I forgot by the time I got downstairs!

The decorative edge, created by the eyelet border punch, shows up even more when lined with a contrasting color.

The quick way to get everything to stay securely is sticky strip. I went through so many rolls before Christmas!!

  • stamps used are the new Animal Stories and Teeny Tiny Wishes, both available to order starting on Wed. July 1 at noon.

Thanks for stopping by today! Tasha

Don't miss the catalog kick-off party next Monday at My Stamping Place!

Monday, June 29, 2009

Planning Ahead?

Though it's hot outside and the middle of summer break, it really pays to take some time and think ahead. Did you scramble last Christmas season with last-minute gifts and Christmas cards? Were you up late getting those teacher gifts ready?

Well, there's 6 months ahead of us, so with a little effort, you can find yourself ahead of the game and enjoying the holiday season when it gets here. Am I going all holiday for the next few months?

Nope, I'm not a Christmas fanatic.

But I will have holiday-themed card, gift, and project ideas about once a week from here on out. Sort of like having your own personal coach. We'll "train" these next few months and you'll be in tiptop shape for the Main Event come December.

Tip #1: Christmas in July Stamp Camp registration ends next Monday, July 6. If you can possibly make it, this is a great way to get in the spirit and get the mojo flowing.

Speaking of mojo...

It's time for the mojomonday sketch #93! And we may as well think Christmas.

  • This card idea uses a mix of old and new. Don't you just love the pine branch? That is from the new Autumn Days set available on Wed. It is inked in Always Artichoke and Close to Cocoa. The berry branch, inked with VersaMark, is from that set also.
  • The greeting is from an old set called Warmest Regards. It is inked in Riding Hood Red (retiring).
  • The pattern paper is from the new Tall Tales pattern. Whisper white, close to cocoa and riding hood red make up the remaining cardstock.
  • The cord is from last year's holiday mini-catalog but can be found readily at craft stores. Just make sure you get the stretchy kind as it is much easier to work with.

As always, if you need any supplies you can email me or place your order directly at my business site, 24/7.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! Tasha

Saturday, June 27, 2009

A Confession

Have you visited the last 2 days and found no new post? Did you wonder what in the world happened? Well...I have a confession.

I have a problem, sort of an addiction. And while I normally keep it under control, it seems that once during Christmas break and once during the summer I "fall off the wagon".

What could it be you wonder?

It is...reading. I know, sounds harmless enough but once I start a book, I have to read until the end. At the current state in my life I cannot afford to "be absent" for 20 hours. The house falls apart, the blog goes unattended, meals happen but they're nothing to brag about.

This time, though, I thought I was smart and I was only going to read one of my kids' books so that the time involvement would be small. And I did manage to read the first one in 2 hours. And the second, and the third. They're a series--thank goodness we only have the first three!!

But then I made the mistake of reading one of the young Bond books. They're good, but also a slower and longer read so...

Anyway, I am back from my binge just in time for the Unscripted Sketches challenge #12. During one of the times I did pull my nose out of the book and look around I saw that one of my virtual friends is celebrating her wedding anniversary this weekend.

So, Happy Anniversary Rebecca! Of course, I started the card with the sketch for today and the only other stipulation (I made) was that I needed to use Rose Red since we share an affection for that color. The rest just fell into place. I apologize for using a retired set, but the Bluebirds of Happiness were calling to me!

stamps: Feathered Friends, Teeny Tiny Wishes (available on July 1)

cardstock: whisper white, rose red, raspberry tart designer series paper, regal rose

ink: black, ballet blue, ruby red, certainly celery, old olive, regal rose, creamy caramel, more mustard

accessories: chalks, modern label punch (available July 1), clear rhinestone brads

Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by! Tasha

Recommended reading for pre-teen/early teen boys (and their moms):

  • the 39 clues series
  • the Young Bond series

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Kind and Caring Sketch

It's time for another sketch from splitcoaststampers! Sketch challenge 234 is an easy, straight-forward one that will work nicely for many types of cards. However, the struggle today was with photoshop! Not sure where my background went? At least the card is still there!

This card is very economical as the base is one layer only. The added boxes are a good way to use up leftover pieces of cardstock and designer series paper.

  • To keep the base from looking to plain, I paper-pierced the empty corners. Soft suede is the color.

  • The cute trees are from Stampin' Up!s new designer series paper Tall Tales and they are mounted on Dusty Durango one of the new In Colors.

  • Kind and Caring Thoughts** is the "must-have" new stamp set. The sentiment is stamped in dusty durango. To keep it clean, I placed a scrap piece of cardstock over the words after stamping and then stamped the ginkgo branch over the top in mellow moss. For the finishing touches I stamped another leaf in each lower corner, and striped the square with barely banana at about 1/8" intervals (hard to see in photo). This square is mounted on so saffron.

**You can earn Kind and Caring Thoughts absolutely free! This wonderful set is available only as a hostess set starting July 1. Email me if you would like to host a workshop and get this set.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! Tasha

Don't forget...today is the last day to sign up for the local Cards of the Month Club for this month, and COTM by mail starts shipping tomorrow.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Shabby Birthday

Today you can see my attempt at shabby chic. Many people do this so wonderfully, though it does not come naturally to me at all. I think it went beyond shabby to grunge! What do you think? Are you able to pull off a pretty, shabby-style card?

Seeing that it's Monday, http://www.mojomonday.blogspot.com/ is the place to get started. Today's sketch looks like this:

Here's how my card came together.

  • card is 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 with the base in kraft. The designer series paper Raspberry Tart is cut to leave a 1/4" frame around the edge so together the pieces are 5-1/4"x4". The printed paper is sponged with close to cocoa before mounting on card base.
  • the central panel is whisper white that is sponged with close to cocoa, then I ran an Aquapainter over it and then flopped the paper onto the pad directly. The sentiment from Friend to Friend stamp set is stamped in StazOn brown on top along with a few swirls from a retired set.
  • the flower image is from Eastern Blooms stamp set (great set) and is stamped in regal rose with a rose red center on whisper white. Of course, it is sponged with close to cocoa.
  • I refrained from sponging the twill ribbon though I did fray the ends a bit. On the left I used hemp twine to squeeze the ribbon a bit and tie on the button from the button latte collection.
  • because I seemed to get everything a little high up and the bottom seemed so empty I added "just for you" from a set that will be available for order in the new catalog.

Still not sure I like the idea of creating a pretty new card and making it look dirty! Guess I need to work on the technique...or maybe I'll just stick with my clean and "uptight" style!!

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by! Tasha

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Happy Father's Day

Isn't this a cool card? I saw it at splitcoaststampers in the Father's Day card gallery. Talk about great show for little effort! The original idea came from Gina K on her YouTube video but this actual card was created by Starla.

I hope you get to celebrate with someone this weekend. In between storms yesterday, we had a cookout with 3 dads: the husband, my brother and my dad. Then we had to hurry them back home before the big nasty storm hit. They made it just in time before the transformers starting exploding, power lines were arcing, and a big window on the front of my brother's house (closed in porch) got sucked out. Wow! Sometimes it's exciting to live in Kansas!

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by, Tasha

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Unscripted Party Hearty

It's Saturday, woohoo! Even though it's summer and Saturday is truly no different than any day but Sunday it's ingrained in me to love the day anyway. After scout camp, then Bible school, we have quite a few things that need to be done around here and today's list is quite long. However, the family was saved by the sound of rain upon waking. Looks as though I'll have to get busy with an inside to-do list!

And the first item is to share my inspiration for the day. A quick check over at unscripted sketches got me started. You can grab the sketch there as well by clicking on the link. This card uses another stamp set that is only available through June 30.
Not sure why the glitter looks so globby in the picture?!
  • the Party Hearty stamp set is stamped in tempting turquoise, green galore, certainly celery, and apricot appeal. This set is a fun one, the flags are actually a stamp of party hats cut out.

  • Rainbow Sherbet designer series paper fits the bill for a party card. Green galore backing helps transition the different patterns. The card base is apricot appeal and the tabs are tempting turquoise and whisper white.

  • a sprinkling of dazzling diamonds glitter on the frosting adds some pizzazz

Tip: if you select your color palette before you start, it makes the card assembly go much quicker!

Thanks for stopping by today and have a great weekend!


Thursday, June 18, 2009

For The Boys

Another new set today, yes I'm hooked. You will have lots of fun with this set, Lots of Bots, if you send cards to boys--young or old.

  • The background is made by stamping the binary code (wow, not sure if that's the right word but sounds good, huh?) repeatedly in versamark ink on ballet blue cardstock
  • For texture, I sent the shimmery silver cardstock through the Big Shot with in embossing folder
  • The Bot himself is stamped in StazOn jet black and colored in bordering blue and ruby red. *a little barely banana outline helps him come to life

That's it for today since I'm off to teach Bible school. Tonight I'll be participating in the Artwalk downtown. So if you're close enough to come, I hope you'll stop in at Uniquely Yours and say hi!

Have a great day! Tasha

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Can't Help Myself

Well, the Stampin' Up! shipment arrived last week and I've been trying not to use all the new stuff until it's available for purchase. But, now that the sets are mounted they couldn't just go back in the box...

Today's card idea is inspired by the Wed. sketch challenge at splitcoaststampers SC223 and displays the many aspects of the new set Kind and Caring Thoughts.

  • the base layer of old olive is stamped repeatedly by the small flower inked up with versamark and adhered to the whisper white card
  • crushed curry cardstock (new In Color) sets off the Tall Tales designer series paper panel and the image panel
  • tucked between is a snippet of soft suede (another In Color) with the rest of the message stamped in craft white
  • the large flower was inked in yoyo yellow with summer sun marker colored onto the stamp on the lower petals. After stamping, I lightly applied more summer sun on the underside of the petals. For a little depth, I used the mellow moss to shadow under the flower and along one side of the old olive stem.

You can earn this stamp set free when you host a workshop in July. Email me for details!

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! Tasha

Sunday, June 14, 2009

One Hot COTM Release and Some Mojo

It's summertime and the cards are smokin' for July's Cards of the Month Club. You can join this month's club by clicking on the picture or the link below which will take you to the new Cards of the Month page*.

To sign up for July Cards of the Month click here.

*Warning! The COTM page is part of my future blog so the links for the rest of that page are not working properly. But the COTM sign up is ready to go so I hope you will join us this month

And for your mojo fix, you can see my card below, then head over to mojomonday to play along.

  • This narrow card has a whisper white 3"x6" base. All layers are backed with riding hood red for emphasis and unity. Bella rose designer series paper is where I found that cheerful polka dot and the small flower print is on the reverse! (Stampin' Up!'s designer series paper is double-sided so you have twice as many options when creating your projects.)
  • The image and sentiment are a sneak peek from the upcoming catalog. To add depth to the spider mum image, the stamp is first colored with regal rose, then ruby red is applied to some of the lower petals and the center. After stamping, I added just a bit more ruby red to the image as shadow.
  • Rose red 1/4" grosgrain ribbon adds the finishing touches especially when pinned with a clear rhinestone brad.

Thanks for stopping by!


Just in Time for Unscripted

You cannot believe how happy I am to be back to my stamping room and sharing a card idea with you. Scout camp was fun, but the adults would be hard-pressed to go one minute longer than the scheduled three days!
Of course, I had to check the unscriptedsketches site right away and so you can see what I came up with below.

Ready to try it? Here's the sketch so you can play along as well.

My card uses 4 patterns of Stampin' Up!'s designers series paper Bella Rose. The sentiment, from Full of Life stamp set, is inked in close to cocoa and regal rose. The eyelet border punch adds a romantic touch to the whisper white card stock which is mounted on a pirouette pink and rose red print. Rose red ribbon is used to "hang" the sentiment layer from the leaflet.

I hope you're inspired to give it a try.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! Tasha

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Let Me Give You Some $$

You've probably been waiting... After some dillydallying (?) on my part I have finally set my Customer Referral Program. Trying to figure out the best way to thank you for having a friend sign up for a class, camp, or Cards of the Month and I decided $$ for product is the best. So I am excited to announce the set up:

The Stamping Lady's Referral Program

  • $5 gift certificate for Stampin' Up! products for each new customer you refer

  • $10 gift certificate (in addition) if she becomes a hostess within a year

  • $20 gift certificate (in addition) if she becomes a demonstrator within a year

Yes, you get rewarded even 12 months down the road if your friend decides to have a workshop. Pretty cool, huh?

So that's it, simple and rewarding. Just want you to know that I do appreciate your confidence in me and the referrals that you bring.

Have a great weekend! Tasha

Friday, June 12, 2009

Butterflies Again

Have you been thinking about me at camp? Hopefully this year is much better! I have a card to share with you that is practically straight out of the catalog. You may already have this set and can make it up right now as well.

  • This card is the long, skinny 3"x6" size. The base is whisper white topped with a piece of designers series paper from the Holiday Treasures pack.
  • The front panel is whisper white trimmed on 3 sides with the scallop edge punch. The sentiment is stamped randomly in mellow moss to break up the white.
  • The LOVE letters words are stamped in old olive and then trimmed out. A small piece of so saffron card stock helps the letters stand out.
  • The butterflies are in so saffron, the mambo in color, old olive, and bashful blue.
  • A piece of old olive grosgrain ribbon finishes off the look topped with a button from the latte pack.

Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by! Should you need any products you can order directly from my business website OR send me an email and I will be happy to help you tomorrow when I return. Tasha

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Off To Camp

By the time you read this I will at summer camp with the Webelos. Thinking about boys, you can see this quick card that would be perfect for adding to a boy's birthday gift. The idea is straight out of the new catalog. Oh Yes!! My new catalog came today and we are going to have so much fun all year long!!

  • The enclosure-size card base is night of navy with a 3/4" white strip across the front. A 1/2" strip sits above the white with an even smaller 1/8" night of navy strip on top.
  • The helmet and football are from the Just Football set and stamped in riding hood red and close to cocoa respectively.
  • "Champ" is stamped in real red and is part of the Sporting stamp set, which, by the way is great to use with all the sports sets.

And here's why I am headed to camp:

Several years back I went the first year with our oldest son. Last summer I went with our younger son since it was only fair. Unfortunately, we had terrible storms (trees down, broken tents, no power for the mess hall, etc) both nights and he didn't really want to go back. So, I get to go again just so he can see how much fun it is!

Hopefully, I will get some great pictures that I can scrapbook later to make it all worthwhile! I do have another card to show you tomorrow, but I won't be around to answer emails until late Saturday.

Thanks for stopping by, Tasha

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Summertime...and the living is easy

The July Cards of the Month are screamin' "summer!" and should be lots of fun for you to make. This sneak peak gives you a little taste of what the cards will look like but you will have to wait until the 15th to see them all.

As an added bonus, as a July Cards of the Month Club member you will receive your very own copy of the brand-spanking-new Stampin' Up! Idea Book and Catalog! Sign up begins June 15.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day! Tasha

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Everything You Want To Know About Stamping

edited at 3:27pm to include the link--sorry about that!
Okay, maybe that's a little ambitious for a blog post. But I found an article that covers rubber stamping quite nicely.

Rubber Stamping Techniques:
The Basic and The Advanced
on a site called Jams World. The article covers the following areas in order:

  • Basic Stamping
  • Marking and Coloring Methods
  • Masking Techniques
  • Embossing
  • Brayering
  • Liquid Applique
If you have been wondering about any areas of stamping you should take a minute to read through it.
Perhaps the attention-getter for me was the opening paragraph which ends with "The good thing about practicing rubber stamping is that both children and adults, even those without proper art training, will enjoy it, the reason that rubber stamping is now deemed throughout the world as the art for everyone." That's a pretty awesome sentence.

And maybe it was especially striking because I found this article right after one that stated "stamping is sometimes a hobby for adults in the United States but is unheard of in Europe and considered toys for children." WHAT?! I couldn't find a date anywhere but am guessing that article had to be written pre-internet like 1950s (or 1850s).
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!

-I'll be back tomorrow with a sneak peek of July's Cards of the Month Club.

Monday, June 8, 2009

Isn't It True?

Hi Stampers! I have been busy getting ready for July Cards of the Month Club. The sneak peek is Wed. and sign ups start on Monday, June 15. I also have a card to share with you today.
I just love the saying on this card, it is so true for me. Since it's Monday, I started with the Mojo Monday sketch #90.

  • The designer series paper is all from the Tea Party pack. Those dots, stripes and flowers are all so fun.
  • The sentiment is from Full of Life and stamped in garden green and almost amethyst. "Life" is stamped in stazon jet black on pretty in pink then trimmed small and glued on top for added emphasis.
  • When I stamped the sentiment on the white panel it was TOO white. So the dotty background comes from Big, Bold Birthday* and is stamped in almost amethyst, certainly celery, and pretty in pink. Tip: I stamped them on a scratch piece of paper first so the print would be light on my card.
  • The card base is so saffron and each panel is backed with garden green.

I hope you have some time to stamp today. If you get a chance try out the sketch for yourself. Have a great day and thanks for stopping by! Tasha

*Big, Bold Birthday will be retiring the end of June. Email me or visit my business site to order it while you still can!

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Unscripted Today!

Hi Stampers! I have a bright cheery card to share today. Using the UnscriptedSketches 09 for the layout, I came up with this:

  • The base is whisper white cardstock which is so nice to stamp on. If you haven't used the Stampin' Up! whisper white, you are in for a treat. It's smooth finish gives a crystal clear stamped image.
  • A layer of basic black sets off the main panel of old olive which has been textured with the (retired) Canvas background stamp in versamark.
  • The small panels use Darling Dots level 1 hostess set (available through June 30) stamped in real red and yoyo yellow. They are backed with ruby red.
  • the sentiment is from Best Wishes and More and the bow is made from 1/4" grosgrain ribbon in real red

I hope that you have a great weekend planned. Mine should be wonderful since we are still homebound with "the patient".

Thanks for stopping by! Tasha

**Don't forget--if you want that Darling Dots you can still schedule a workshop for the last week in June and get the bonus hostess special as well. Online orders qualify for hostess benefits as well, starting at $150.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

There's Still Time

Hi Stampers! There's still time to take advantage of the BONUS Hostess Benefits in June. Email me if you would like to have a workshop that last week of June OR gather some orders from friends and I can place them together as a workshop.
I have a new baby card to show today. You can have a "stampin' shower" if you know a mom-to-be that enjoys stamping or scrapbooking. Email me if you would like to schedule an event like this!

The layout for this card is via www.mojomonday.blogspot.com #89. And, if you enter a project this week there is a prize so go check it out!

This chic card starts with a 5-1/2" square whisper white base. The basic gray background is stamped with versamark polka dots from the Big, Bold Birthday* set. The basic black strip is crimped which you can see in the shadow!
For the buggy, I stamped the image from Fun and Fast Notes on both whisper white and pink pirouette*. I cut out the pink one and glued it onto the white panel which 2-1/2" square. The polka-dots are filled with Tombow adhesive and dazzling diamonds for a little bling. The wheels and heart are simply colored with the pretty in pink marker.
The flower accent is from the Birds and Bloom sizzlet set for the Big Shot. I punched a 1/2" circle out of basic gray and adhered behind the clear button which has hemp twine tied through it.
Bottom panel is from Bella Rose* designer series paper. I love that whole pack!!
Thanks for stopping by today! Tasha

*The Big, Bold Birthday stamp set, Pink Pirouette and Bella Rose paper are only available through June 30. You can see some more cards using Big, Bold Birthday in the June Cards of the Month shown in the right side bar.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Fond Farewells

Hi Stampers! These next couple weeks I will focus on stamping ideas using some of my favorite sets that are retiring. Of course, I have to start with Heartfelt Thanks. This workhorse of a set has been the one I could always turn to when I wasn't feeling inspired. I feel this set should go in the stamp set Hall of Fame for it's versatility and usefulness!
I used today's sketch challenge 231 over at splitcoaststampers for my layout.
Tips to create this card:
  • stamp a 3x5 inch whisper white piece with the flower image repeatedly using ballet blue, bashful blue, and almost amethyst; use certainly celery to stamp some flower centers--then cut into 3/4"x5" strips
  • for the single flower image ink stamp with almost amethyst, then tip stamp and place an edge onto ballet blue pad, roll stamp around so that the blue gets just on the outside
  • StazOn jet black gives a crystal clear stamp so that is my choice for the black
  • sponging almost amethyst along the scallop accents the edge

    If you don't already own Heartfelt Thanks (114980, $32.95) and can possibly afford to buy it before it's gone, I highly recommend purchasing this set--you won't be disappointed. If you don't have a demonstrator, you can email me to place the order OR place your order online. Or have a workshop and earn this set for free!

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by! Tasha

Don't forget the Last Chance Accessories are limited so I am updating the list each day.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Last Chance Lists from Stampin' Up!

accessories list updated 8pm June 21
Hi Stampers! Here's what we've been waiting for. Just to remind you that the accessories are while supplies last, but the stamps will be available till the end of June.

Want to get on the list for a catalog to be sent to you as soon as I receive them? You can do that 4 ways:

  • schedule a workshop with me (see bonus hostess benefits for June)
  • place an $80 product order

  • Purchase it for $9.95 which includes Priority Mail shipping.

    2009-2010 Idea Book and Catalog

  • Join July Cards of the Month Club ($10.00) and receive the catalog FREE. The actual cards will debut on June 15 but you can see this month's selection by clicking here.

    July COTM

Now on to those lists!

A new Stampin’ Up!® catalog is right around the corner, which means it’s time to say farewell to dozens of stamp sets and accessories in the Spring-Summer 2009 Idea Book & Catalog. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the last chance products! They are only available until June 30, 2009. Check the list to see if any of your favorites are there—then buy them now, before they are going, going . . . gone.

Stamps Last Chance List --click to see flyer

A new Definitely Decorative brochure is right around the corner, which means it’s time to say farewell to dozens of products in the D├ęcor Elements brochure. Don’t miss this opportunity to get the last chance products—and get them for 25% off! They are only available until June 30, 2009. Check the list to see if any of your favorites are there—then buy them now, before they are going, going . . . gone.

Last Chance for These Decor Elements click to see flyer

Last Chance for These Accessories (list below)

Some of the accessories are discounted up to 50% BUT supplies are limited. You can find out if they are still available by placing your online order directly. I will let you know daily what is out of stock as they update me. The number is the Stampin' Up! catalog number.

Items that are 50% off:

112735 Rub-ons Hidden Garden

112970 Lo Mejor De Todo

105143 Days to Remember 6x6 Fr sold out

113888 Rub-ons Many Occasions

109044 Punch Snow Blossom

111364 Ribbon poly twill so saffron 7/8"

106961 Stazon refill white sold out

114341 Corduroy buttons pacific point

114316 Ribbon Originals Pig TAils

111414 Rub-Ons Hidden Garden

114351 Designer Hardware Hooray

114338 Corduroy buttons kiwi kiss

114019 Accents and Elements fluerettes

114317 Ribbon Originals Dress Up

102875 Hemp Twine Red

101259 Hemp Twine Black

113979 Accents and Elements canvas cuts

114350 Designer hardware soho

These items are 25% off:

111363 Ribbon grosgrain pink pirouette 1-1/4"

111365 Ribbon taffeta riding hood red

111847 Ribbon double stitched baja breeze 1"

111371 Ribbon grosgrain stitched tangerine tango 5/8"

111373 Ribbon grosgrain striped pink pirouette 5/8"

111372 Ribbon grosgrain striped kiwi kiss 5/8"

113884 Rub-ons Fashion District sold out

114318 Ribbons Original Valet

111374 Ribbon Grosgrain striped riding hood red 5/8"

111370 Ribbon grosgrain striped pacific point 5/8"

111415 Rub-Ons Greatest Moments

113887 Rub-ons Bright Delights

111416 Rub-ons Chateau Bella

111338 Notes Textured Love Assortment II

111879 Ribbon Satin Kiwi Kiss/Very Vanilla sold out

111277 Rub-ons A Perfect Day

110730 Die Cuts Pockets and Pieces

107272 Punch Key Tag sold out

113980 Designer Series Paper Candy Lane

111375 Ribbon Grosgrain striped baja breeze 5/8" sold out

112010 die cuts blooms again sold out

113991 Taste of Textiles

101399 stipple brushes sold out

112092 button bouquet sold out

112139 Notes Carousel II sold out

111336 Notes Scallop II sold out

These items are not discounted:

111840 classic stampin ink refill pacific point

111841 classic stampin ink refill tangerine tango

111843 classic stampin ink refill pink pirouette

111839 classic stmapin ink refill riding hood red sold out

111842 classic stampin ink refill kiwi kiss sold out

112161 designer series paper patterns kiwi kiss sold out

112042 designer series paper urban garden

112156 designer series paper patterns pink pirouette

112150 designer series paper patterns pacific point sold out

112153 designer series paper patterns tangerine tango sold out

111844 classic stampin ink refill baja breeze sold out

111836 classic stampin pad riding hood red

111838 classic stampin pad pink pirouette

113966 designer series paper good morning sunshine

109123 stampin write journaler basic brown

113981 designer series paper bella birds

112157 designer series paper patterns baja breeze sold out

113975 designer series paper raspberry tart

114037 designer seriespaper specialty sweet slumber sold out

113978 designer series paper urban oasis

112041 designer series paper bella rose sold out

112468 designer seriespaper sweet always sold out

111834 classic stmapin pad tangerine tango

114039 designer series paper specialty rockabilly

108590 card stock naturals asst 12x12 sold out

111337 notes gift assortment II

112471 designer series paper rainbow sherbet sold out

112464 designer series paper manchester

112006 accents and elements flower fusion II

111837 classic stampin pad pacific point

112461 designer series paper washington apple sold out

113993 designer series paper specialty parisian breeze

112155 designer series paper patterns riding hood red sold out

111353 card stock kiwi kiss 8-1/2x11 sold out

111348 card stock riding hood red 8-1/2x11 sold out

112172 simply scrappin rock a bye boy sold out

100900 gift sacks white

114605 simply sent card kit more thoughts sold out

102264 coluzzle starter kit sold out

111346 card stock in color 12x12 sold out

111835 classic stampin pad kiwi kiss

111350 card stock pacific point 8-1/2x11 sold out

111349 card stock tanagerine tango 8-1/2x11 sold out

109231 simply sent card kit sending happy thoughts

111351 card stock pink pirouette 8-1/2x11 sold out

112165 Simply Scrappin' Rock a bye girl sold out

113950 die cuts build a fairytale sold out

111345 card stock textured in color 12x12 sold out

111833 Classis Stampin' Pad baja breeze sold out

113936 Simply Scrappin' Hoppy Memories sold out

111347 card stock in colors 8-1/2x11 sold out

107288 Envelope whisper white, ex-large sold out

104310 Crafters Tool Kit

111352 Card stock baja breeze 8-1/2x11 sold out

113943 Simply Scrappin' 2 Sweet

113925 Simply Scrappin' Sweet Nothings

112179 Simply Scrappin' Love Stories

113911 Simply Scrappin' Sunshine Garden sold out

112054 Simply Scrappin' Best Ever sold out

111253 Blooms and Bulbs sold out

109684 Doodle sold out

111257 Happy, Happy Birthday

109692 Love

109568 My ABCs sold out

109682 Perfectly Pretty sold out

109687 See You Around

109683 So Swirly

111260 Something Fishy

111262 Stems and Silhouettes

105516 Watercolor Joy

116209 Note of Thanks just added

116219 Birthdays Count just added

Happy June! I will check emails starting this afternoon for those of you trying to get an order done that way. Morning will be spent with darling daughter's tonsillectomy. What was I thinking when I agreed to June 1?!