Blended Season Card Class

Blended Seasons Card Class 

I love the Stampin’ Up! Blended Seasons stamp set.  This set has stamps for each season of the year so it is a great all occasion stamp set.

I have pulled together a couple of my favorite cards from this set that represent the seasons into an online class, just for you!

But – there is always a but isn’t there?
This stamp set is only available until the August 31st!.  See the details HERE on the special.






Another great thing about this stamp set is the Stitched Seasons Framelits that come as part of the bundle.  These framelits 3 nested windows that have stitching on the inside and outside of the frame.  This allows you to make a frame with stitching on both the inside and the outside by layering two window framelits together.

You can find more information on my class HERE.    


As soon as I saw the falling leaves that were part of this set, I knew that I needed to use copper for the Falling Leaves stamp.  The leaves are stamped with versamark ink and colored with the Stampin’ Blends Markers.  I added a frame cut from copper foil  to highlight the leaves on the card.

I would love to be your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.  You can place an order on my website HERE.    If your order is under $150 then use the Host Code      and I will send you a sampler of the new Joyous Noel Christmas DSP.  Of course if your order is over $150 then keep the host benefits for yourself.  I love to share benefits with my customers!

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Tropical Chic Card Class


Today I am sharing a Tropical Chic Card class that I recently put together for my July class.   I have to say that the Tropical Escape Designer series paper is my favorite in the new catalog.  

I have seen so many beautiful projects made with the Tropical Chic bundle and Tropical Escape designer series paper.

For these projects I used Stampin’ Up!’s Tropical Chic stamp set and Fabulous Flamingo stamp set.    

The other supplies that I used for these projects include:

Cardstocks:
Whisper White, Granny Apple Green
Tranquil Tide, Blushing Bride and Flirty Flamingo and the Tropical Escape Designer Series paper stack.

Inks:  Granny Apple Green, Shaded Spruce, Blushing Bride, Flirty Flamingo and Petal Pink.

This class includes full color instructions for 5 cards and one treat box made with these Tropical projects.

You can see more details and purchase my Tropical Chic Class HERE. for $14.95

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Varied Vases handmade card and FREE tutorial

Today I am sharing a beautiful card that I made with the Varied Vases stamp set and coordinating punch.  This is a handmade varied vases cardgreat bundle to make some cute quick cards.  I used the Garden Impressions Designer paper with this set.  

One of my favorite color combinations is navy and yellow so I was naturally drawn to this piece of designer paper.

So the details on this card.

Card Base:  cut a piece of So Saffron cardstock to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and score at 4 1/4.  
First layer:  So saffron piece of Garden Impressions DSP cut to 4″ x 5 1/4″
Second layer:  Blue and saffron floral background cut to 3″ x 4″.

The Focal point of this card is the floral images stamped on a piece of 2 1/4″ x 3″ piece of whisper white cardstock.  Then I stamped each of the 3 vases with Jet Black staz-on ink.  I added a flower to each vase and colored in the flowers with So Saffron ink.

The vases are punched out of scraps of the Garden Impressions DSP.  I really liked the way this highlighted the vases.  I attached the DSP vases over the stamped vase. Stamping the vase even though I know I am going to cover it up with DSP – helps to position the flowers.    I added the middle vase last and used a dimensional so it looks like it is in front of the other two vases.  This piece is layered onto a 2 3/8″ x 3 1/8″ piece of Night of Navy cardstock.  This piece is centered to the center left of the Decorative DSP layer.  I didn’t want to hide that beautiful navy and saffron DSP.

Last I stamped the message “Birthday Wishes”  on a scrap of whisper white cardstock and punched it out with the Classic label punch.  I used a dimensional to add this piece to the card.

Interested in a FREE  Tutorial with 3 other cards made with the Varied Vases stamp set and Garden Impressions Designer paper?  This tutorial outlines my design process and how I use sketches with a specific stamp set and Designer paper to design cards and scrapbook pages.  

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Christmas in July – Under the Mistletoe Card

     For the past few days, I have been playing with the new Under the Mistletoe Designer paper from the new  Stampin’ 
Under the Mistletoe CardUp! catalog.   I have designed a few Christmas cards with this paper using a new stamp set; Color Your Season –  that Stampin’ Up is releasing on August 1st and a couple of the Holiday sets that are in the current catalog.

Here are the details on this card made with the upcoming Color Your season stamp set. 










The Color Your Season stamp set has an image for each of the Four Seasons and some pretty thinlits that have a stitched edge.  I can’t wait to show off this stamp set and let you play with it.  It will be available for order on August 1st!  

Here are the details on this card:

The card base is Old Olive cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ and scored at 4 1/4″.  Next is a layer of Real Red cardstock cut to 5 1/8″ x 3  7/8″.  Then a piece of the Under the Mistletoe DSP cut to 5″ x 3 3/4″.  I then used the new layering thinlits with the stitched edge to cut a mat from Old Olive Cardstock and from Whisper White cardstock.  I stamped “Merry Christmas” in red.

The Color Your Season stamp set has the Christmas sentiment – Merry Christmas, a Christmas Bell and a swag of Mistletoe.  I stamped the Mistletoe swag with Black ink and colored the mistletoe with my Stampin’ Blends markers.  I then cut out the mistletoe swag and added it above the sentiment in the center of the card.  This set also has a pretty ribbon die.  I added a ribbon cut from Silver foil below the sentiment.

Next Wednesday is July 25th – so six months from Christmas so I am holding my Christmas in July class on Wednesday the 25th featuring the new Under the Mistletoe DSP and the upcoming  Color Your Season stamp set which will be available on August 1st.  I will also have some cards made with other Christmas Sets that have carried forward such as Star of Light,Hearts Come Home, and Stylish Christmas stamp sets.

Stay tuned – I will be offering an online class using the
Under the Mistletoe DSP soon!


Happy Stamping!





Handmade Graceful Glass Card

Today I am sharing a handmade Graceful Glass Card that one of my downline made today!  I just love the look of the new Stampin’ Up! Graceful Glass suite with the Designer Vellum and the Painted Glass stamp set.  This set is absolutely beautiful!  Today one of my downlines, Ruth Tinkham, said she wanted to try an Easel card and had this idea in her head. 
Graceful Glass Easel Card
I am planning on using the Graceful Glass vellum for my Stamp Club class next week; so I was excited when she started working on her idea!

So here are the directions for this gorgeous Easel card:

Card base:  Basic Black cardstock cut to 4 1/4″ x 11″.  Scored at 2 3/4″ and 5 1/2″.
Card Front:  2 pieces of Whisper White cardstock cut to 4″ x 5 1/4″

Line up the two  whisper white pieces (do not glue them together yet) and use the half circle die from the Painted Glass dies to cut the rounded top of the window for the card.  Line up the 2 1/2″ square die to cut out the area below the half circle.  Make sure the pieces are in the center of the white pieces.  This will give you the opening for the stained glass window.

Line up one piece of whisper white onto the front half of the basic black card base (the side that has the fold).  Cut the window out again to make the window on the basic black card base.

Choose the section of the patterned Graceful Glass vellum that you want to appear in the window.  Cut around that section so you have a 3 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ piece.  Use the Blends markers to color the birds on the stained glass window.

Attach one piece of the whisper white cardstock to the front of the card.  Make sure that the windows line up.  Attach the colored vellum piece over the whisper white cardstock making sure the portion that you want to see shows through the window.  Line up the second piece of Whisper White cardstock over the window and attach to hide the vellum.  You should only see the design that you want through the window.

Use the 2 1/2″ square die and the half circle die with Basic Black cardstock to cut out the pieces for the stained glass window.  Use the Fine Tip Glue pen to outline the black outline of the window.  Lay over the vellum.  Set aside to dry.

Stamp the sentiment “Thank You” with Black ink on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock.  Cut out with the layering oval die.  Cut a coordinating scalloped oval from a scrap of Basic Black cardstock.  Attach to the inside of the card near the bottom with dimensionals.  This will become the stand to hold the card open.

Slide a battery operated candle in the center of the card and turn on!

Enjoy!






Handmade Masculine Card

Truly Tailored cardToday I am sharing a Handemade Masculine card made with the Truly Tailored Stamp set by Stampin ‘Up!.  This is one of the cards that I used for a swap at the Hartford OnStage event.

Did I mention how much fun my team and I had at the Hartford OnStage event? 

I do really like the Truly Tailored stamp set and the coordinating True Gentlemen Designer paper!  One of the better masculine sets that Stampin’ Up! has released in a while!

I also like the Z Fold format which I seem to use for masculine cards each year.  Lol, I am too predictable!

So the Details on this card:
1.  the Card base is a 11″ x 4 1/4″ piece of Crumb Cake cardstock scored at 5 1/2″ and 2 3/4″.  Fold into a Z format.
2.  I used Chocolate Chip Cardstock to layer the True Gentlemen Designer paper on.  I mixed up the patterns on the Designer paper for the various panels to give the card interest.  That is one of the best things about Stampin’ UP! Designer paper.  All the pieces in a given set coordinate and look great together!  The dimensions for the layers on this card are:
  • Back piece – chocolate chip layer cut to 5 3/8″x 4 1/8″, Designer paper  cut to 5 1/4″ x 4″
  • Two smaller pieces – chocolate chip layer – cut to 2 5/8″ x 4 1/8″,  cut the designer paper layer to 2 1/2″ x 4″
  • Layer these pieces onto the Crumb cake card base
3.  Next cut a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock to 3″ x 9″.  Score this piece at 3″ and 6″.  Again fold into a Z pattern.  The dimensions for these pieces are:
  • Front piece – cut a piece of night of navy cardstock to 2 7/8″  square, cut the designer paper to 2 3/4″ square.
  • Back piece – cut a piece of tranquil tide cardstock to 2 7/8″ square and cut the designer paper to 2 3/4″ square. 
  • NOTE – I left the center vanilla square blank.  You could add another layer to this pieces as well.
4.  Add a piece of the Corduroy Night of Navy ribbon around the first layer before you attach the layers to the vanilla Z fold card.  Stamp the sentiment “to a Classy Kind of Man” with Night of Navy ink on a scrap of very vanilla cardstock.      Also stamp the little bow tie with Night of Navy ink.  Punch out the sentiment with the Tailored Tag punch.  Trim around the edge and cut out a tag with the punch from Night of Navy cardstock.  Adhere the sentiment to the Navy tag.  Cut out the bow with your snips and attach on the sentiment over the comb.

5.  Now for the back panel.  Use the Chocolate chip, Night of Navy and Tranquil Tide markers to ink up the sentiment stamp “wishing you a Dapper Day”.  I used night of navy ink to ink the “wishing you a”  and the Tranquil Tide marker to ink up the “Dapper Day”.  I used the chocolate chip to ink the mustache.  Stamp onto a piece of very vanilla cardstock.  Cut this out with the stitched circle framelit that fits around this sentiment.  Attach the circle to a scalloped circle cut from the Layering Circle framelits.  Attach to the back side of the 3×3 piece. 

6.  Line up the front Z fold panel with the center of the front panel of the card.  Make sure to add adhesive to only the left side of the panel as you want half the piece to hang over the closed edge. 

That’s it!  Your done!

I hope that you have liked my Handmade Z Fold Card made with  the True Gentlemen Designer Paper and the Truly Tailored stamp set.

This stamp set and Designer paper are retiring.  So if you would like to make this project and you do not have a demonstrator in the USA – I would love to be your demonstrator.  If you order is under $150 then use the Host code AUZPM4HA and I will send you a gift for placing your order with me.  I love to share the Host benefits with my customers!

Stamp with Marilyn





 

Mark Your Calendars! June Creative Crafter’s Escape!

I am so excited!!  We have setup a Date for our next FULL Day Crafting event!

June Creative Crafters’ Escape
Saturday June 16th
9am to 7pm
 
Pre-register to save your spot  – $75
After 4/15 – $80
After 6/1 – $85
 
Class details to follow in April  (after we see the new catalog!)

If you haven’t been to one of our Crafting days – you are missing out!  They are so much fun!

What is a Crafting day without Food?  Hearty Lunch and Snacks through out the day

Raffles!  Enter raffles to win prizes!  Games and chances to earn raffle tickets! 

Attendees Receive:
  • 6’ of table space available for you to work on for the day – bring your latest crafting project
  • A goodie bag of items from the new Idea Book and Catalog with a sampler of one of the new Designer Series Papers!
  • 4 Optional Classes to choose from
  • Access to lots of Stamp sets (Working on a special project – let one of us Demos know and we can bring specific stamp sets for you!)
  • Access to Big Shots with lots of embossing folders and dies

So what are you waiting for??  You can Pre-register HERE to save your space.

Thanks for stopping by!

Painted with Love Birthday Card

Painted with Love Birthday cardToday I am sharing another card made with the Painted with Love Designer paper from Stampin’ Up! that was designed by my very talented downline friend Margaret.

The difference is that this card is a Birthday Card and not a Valentines Card.  Another great way to use this paper.  It is not for just Valentines!

So here are the details on this card!

the Card base is a piece of Whisper White Cardstock cut to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″.  Next is a layer of Powder Pink cardstock (one of the in colors) cut to 5 1/4″ x 4″.  Next is a layer of Rich Razzleberry cardstock which is cut to 3 5/8″ x 4 7/8″. 

Next are 4 pieces of the Painted with Love Designer Paper cut to 1 3/4″ x 2 3/8″ layered onto the 3 5/8″ x 4 7/8″ piece of Rich Razzleberry cardstock and layered onto the powder pink layer.  There is a strip of the gold vinyl painted love stickers along the bottom of the cardstock.

The centerpiece of this beautiful card is the birthday greeting.  The greeting is stamped with Rich Razzleberry ink on a piece of whisper white cardstock using the Picture Perfect stamp set. There is a round painted with Love vinyl sticker around the birthday sentiment.  This piece has been cut using a scalloped circle from the Layering circle framelits set.  This is layered onto a slightly larger circle cut from a piece of Rich Razzleberry cardstock    And then this is layered onto a third larger circle cut from powder pink cardstock.  Around the edge of this focal point is wrapped a piece of the Pink tinsel trim that coordinates with the Painted with Love Designer paper.    

The centerpiece is then layered onto the front of the card.  Stamp and cut out a small heart from the Sure Do Love you stamp set.  Place on the side of the centerpiece.

Here are the products that were used for this card!

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Ready to  place an order?  Click on the link below to shop in my store.  If your order is under $150 use the hostess code AS3YKIAS and I will send you a sampler of the Painted with Love Designer series paper.  Of course if you order is over $150, take your own Host rewards!

I hope you have enjoyed my card today with the Painted with Love Designer Paper.

Happy Stamping!


Painted with Love Valentines card Ideas

Today I am sharing examples of some Valentines card ideas that my friend Margaret and I designed using the Painted with Painted with Love Valentines card ideasLove Designer paper from Stampin’ Up! for our January Crafting event.  Our crafting event on Saturday featured the Painted with Love Designer Series paper and the Sure Do Love you Stamp set from Stampin’ Up!.

I love the look of this paper with the gold embossing and the beautiful colors.  What a great combination of colors!!

These cards use the Stampin’ Up! Painted with Love Designer series paper, the Sure Do Love you stamp set and the  Painted Love Gold Vinyl Stickers.

I love the Painted Love Gold Vinyl Stickers and have been using them a lot with the Painted with Love Desinger paper.  They are great for adding a little extra detail to a card front or that added touch to the inside of a card or an envelope.


The “Love” is one of the stickers and I cut 3 hearts from a strip of hearts below the love.

Also – notice the detail below the bow – this is one of the rows of stickers.





A very quick and easy way to spruce up your cards!



Enjoy!

Happy Stamping!

Marilyn



Sneak Peak and Holiday Shopping Update

So one of the advantages of being a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is that we get to play with new stamp sets and Designer papers early!  This Petal Palette stamp set  will be in upcoming the Stampin’ Up! Occasions catalog in January.

Here are the details on these cards.

The card on the left uses Petal Passion Suite of products by Stampin’ Up!. This suite includes the Petal Palette stamp and thinlits (Petal Passion bundle)  with the Petal Passion DSP.  The card base is a piece of Pear Pizazz cardstock.  The Petal Passion Designer Series paper is black and white.  So I decided to add a little color to it by stamping the leaf from the Petal Palette stamp set with Pear Pizazz ink.  I stamped the Rose image from this stamp set twice on Whisper White cardstock.  The images are colored with the new Stampin’ Up! Blends markers.  I then added a little Wink of Stella to the Flowers to give them a nice sheen.
The flowers are cut with the coordinating Petals & More thinlits.  Each flower is mounted on a piece of Whisper White cardstock that has been embossed with the Petal Pair Textured Embossing Folder.  This piece is mounted on a piece of Berry Burst cardstock.  I used a piece of Berry Burst Metallic Edge ribbon and added one of the Petal Passion embellishments hanging from the ribbon. 

The second card is the same stamp and color scheme.  This card base is Marina Mist cardstock layered with a piece of the Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series paper.  This card has a piece of Berry Burst cardstock on the left side that has been embossed with the 2nd of the Petal Pair Textured Embossing folders.

So which card do you like best?  I am partial to the Marina Mist Card.

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Happy Stamping!

Love the At Home with You Stamp set?

Do you love the At Home with You Stamp set??  At Home with You is one of my favorite sets from the new catalog!  There are so many different projects that you can make with this set and the coordinating thinlits!  You can make anything for any season or occasion!  This has to be one of the most versatile stamp sets in the new catalog!

One of the things that I love about this stamp is that you can cut the Door so that it opens and shows the inside of the house!


And Voila!  Check out the inside of this Beach House made with the At Home with You Stamp set!










I do have to warn you that this class is not an easy class.  These are very advanced cards and they do make use of a couple of stamp sets.  You can substitute similar sets for some of the designs.

The 3 primary stamp sets and thinlits used to make these cards are:
  • At Home with You
  • Ready for Christmas
  • Colorful Seasons

You can check out the details of this class HERE.

Enjoy and Happy Stamping!


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Another Carols of Christmas Card

Carols of Christmas stamp setToday I am sharing another card made with the new Stampin’ Up! Carols of Christmas stamp set.  This set will be in the upcoming Stampin ‘ Up! Holiday Catalog but is available to order early – this month!

I love this set!!  It is so versatile and has a large variety of framelits to cut out a lot of Holiday images!









So the details on this card.  The card base is a 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock  scored at 4 1/4″ and folded in half to make the card base.  The next layer is a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Cucumber Crush cardstock.  Then a 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of Whisper White cardstock.  The corner framelits with the poinsettias is used on the 4 corners. 

Next Stamp 4 Poinsettias with Cherry Cobbler ink and cut them out.  You can line them up the the larger poinsettia in the middle of the die or cut them out by hand.  These are layered on top of the center corner poinsettia.  And of course I added Rhinestone Jewels to add a little bling to the poinsettias!  Every card needs a little bling.

Last Stamp the sentiment “Deck the Halls” with Cherry Cobbler ink on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Cut this piece out with the large scalloped oval from Stampin’ Up!’s Layering Ovals framelits.  Cut a second larger oval from the Cucumber Crush cardstock.  Attach the sentiment to the card with dimensionals.  Stamp a Holly leaf using Cucumber Crush ink for the leaves and Cherry Cobbler ink for the berries.  Cut out with the Holly die.  Attach next to the sentiment with a glue dot!

This is one of 4 Cards that my Stamp Club members made yesterday at our monthly Stamp Club meeting.  Want card ideas in your inbox each month?  Join my stamp club and receive exclusive ideas in your email each month!  You can check out more information on my Stamp Club here.

That’s it!  A quick and easy Holiday card using the new Stampin’ Up! Carols of Christmas stamp set.  These are the products that were used to make this card.


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Ready to place an order?  If you are in the US, I would love to be your Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  If your order is under $150, then use the Hostess Code PVD3GPFP and I will share a sampler of the Be Merry Holiday Designer Series paper with you.  Of course if your order is over $150 then keep your own hostess benefits.  I love to share Hostess benefits with my customers!

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Need some Cool Treats to Cool off?

Today I am sharing a card made with the Stampin’ Up! Cool Treats Stamp Set and using the Naturally Eclectic Designer Series paper.  Who doesn’t love an ice cream sundae on a hot August day!

Just as a side note – I am currently posting from Edmonton Alberta in Canada where i am visiting my son.  He started a two year project in Edmonton and moved up here in March.  Edmonton is beautiful and has a very diverse culture.  We tried Korean bingsu last night which means shaved milk.  It is their version of ice cream.  It was delicious!

Ok – back to card making – I love the Cool Treats Stamp set.  and don’t forget the matching framelits! These amazing dies make it so easy to cut out all of your cool treats to make the perfect handmade Birthday card!  The dies for the ice cream cone have some detail to them so they cut and emboss at the same time!









So here are the details of this Cool Treats card:
The card base is a piece of Pool Party cardstock cut to 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ and scored at 4 1/4″.
The second layer is a 5 1/4″ x 4″ piece of Pool party Designer paper from the Naturally Eclectic package. 
Third is a layer of Whisper White cardstock cut to 3″ x 5 1/4″.  This layer has Washi Tape from the Basics pack layered on the bottom.

The Ice Cream scoops are stamped using Stampin’ Up!’s Flirty Flamingo, Pool Party and Peekaboo Peach classic inks and then cut out using the framelits.  The bowl is cut from a scrap of Crumb Cake cardstock.  I cut 3 layers of chocolate using scraps of Chocolate Chip cardstock and a cherry from a scrap of Cherry Cobbler cardstock. These are layered onto each of the ice cream scoops.  Last I used a scrap of So Saffron and cut a circle using the larger of the Stitched Framelit Circles.   The So Saffron circle is layered onto one of our Lace Doilies.  Then I built the ice cream sundae by attaching the bowl to the doily and then using dimensionals to attach each ice cream scoop to the bowl.

The last step was to stamp the message.  I used a Chocolate Chip Stampin’ Write marker to color in the words “you are” and stamped this on the top of the white piece of cardstock. Make sure to clean the stamp well to get the residual ink off of the “you are”.  Then I used a Chocolate Chip and Cherry Cobbler Stampin’ Write markers to color the “cherry to my Sundae” on a 2″ x 2 3/4″ piece of Vellum cardstock.

Attach all the layers and you have a great Summer Cool Treats Card!

Here are the supplies that I used for this card:
 

Thanks so much for stopping by today! 

Are you in the US and don't currently have a demonstrator?  I would love to be your Demonstrator.  If you place an order that is under $150 and use the hostess code PVD3GPFP and I will send you a 6x6 sampler of the new Be Merry Christmas Designer paper.  Of course if your order is over $150 then claim the hostess benefits for yourself!


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Happy August! Carols of Christmas stamp set

Carols of Christmas stamp setToday I am sharing the new Carols of Christmas stamp set that you can now order!  This is one of the new beautiful Holiday stamp sets that will be available in the new Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog. 

My Stamping cohort Lisa from the Stamping New England Design team made this beautiful card.

The card base is Whisper White cardstock with a layer of So Saffron Cardstock.  Next is a layer of Pacific Point cardstock that has been cut with the sky thinlits that are part of this set, so the So saffron cardstock shows thru the moon and stars…

Lisa made the snow by tearing a few scraps of Whisper White cardstock and layering them to look like snow drifts.  The trees and deer are also cut using the framelits. 

Here is a short video highlighting some of the things that you can make with the Carols of Christmas stamp set.

Ready to place an order?  If you are in the US and don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would love to be your demonstrator.  If your order is under $150, use the hostess code PVD36PFP and I will send you a sampler of the new Be Merry Christmas paper.  Of course if your order is over $150, then collect the hostess benefits for yourself.  I love to share the host benefits with my loyal customers!

Thanks for stopping by Marilyn’s Creative Playground and checking out my project made with the Carols of Christmas stamp set.


Ready to place an order?  If you are in the US and don’t have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would love to be your demonstrator.  If your order is under $150, use the hostess code PVD36PFP and I will send you a sampler of the new Be Merry Christmas paper.  Of course if your order is over $150, then collect the hostess benefits for yourself.  I love to share the host benefits with my loyal customers!

Thanks for stopping by Marilyn’s Creative Playground and checking out my project made with the Carols of Christmas stamp set.


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