Friday, May 19, 2017

Fun Stampers Journey is having a Big Sale




It is called the "Break Up" with a 30% discount on the products(stamps, dies, and accessories) that are being retired. Out with the old, in with the new is good when it comes to making more room in the catalog coming in June. Availability is until June 30 or supplies run out.

Here is how you get to see the "soon to be" retired list:

1. Click this link to my Fun Stampers Journey page.

2. Click the tab labeled SHOP.

3. Look to the column on the left that says "Product Category" and click on Break Up Sale to see the current items that will not be in the next catalog.

4. You can either click "Add to Cart" if there is anything you want to buy and have shipped to you. You will need a credit card for the purchase. OR If you live nearby me, write down the code and name for what you want and email me your list. (Use contact me on this blog page not Fun Stampers Journey page.) If you email me your order, I will accept a check (or cash) , the order will come to my house, and I will  cover the shipping costs.




There are also a number of stamps from previously retired lists that are also being discounted 50%. To see those follow the above steps but under "Product Category" click on Clearance Rack.



Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Easter Blessings

Happy Easter everyone! When I was at the stamping retreat, Sheila Alexander taught us how to make the teepee style card with 4 1/4 inch squares. Someone else suggested making one with 6 inch squares, so that is what I did for an Easter decoration to give my mother in law who is just getting out of the hospital/rehab after many weeks. Here are the pictures of the 3 outer sides.




When you want to put it in an envelope, you unfold it and it lays flat. This one will be hand delivered, so it is ok if one corner peeks out of the 6.5 x 8.5 inch envelope. The smaller ones we made at retreat fit a standard A2 envelope. If you want more ideas checkout my Pinterest board.

Friday, March 24, 2017

another alligator card

I instructed this Joy fold card at my Sisters in Stamping group this past Wednesday.  This is the first time I have made this Joy fold in a vertical fashion. I used velcro to help keep it closed. I just love these funny stamps from Fun Stampers Journey.


Saturday, March 18, 2017

Punny Punny

I signed up for the Bloom Box program at Fun Stampers Journey. Each month an exclusive stamp set and the materials to make 4 cards are sent to your house for only $24.95, plus tax and shipping. You can see the stamp set for the month you are joining by opening the tab called "Bloom Box" on my page. (link above) You must agree to accept shipments for six months. The next five months will be a surprise. I love surprises and I really thought the March stamp set "Punny Punny" was really something to smile about. Here are the first two cards from the kit. If you know me, you know I have to change something even the first time. I decided to mask the answer to the question of the pun and stamp it not he inside of the card. If you gots to know, follow the links above to see this month's Bloom Box.Also the alligator card called for the same kind of sequins that are on the pepper card, but I chose to leave them off. The kit comes with a full color direction booklet. This month's had 11 pages, including two tips and techniques. The technique of embossing with plastic stencils was new to me.


 
Not only will this stamp set be a fun one to send to kids, I expect to use it for thinking of you, sending a smile to my adult friends and family, too. Come back in a day or two to check out the remaining two cards.

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Fun Stampers Journey die Heart Strip

Here is a card I will be making with my Sisters in Stamping this week using my new Fun Stampers Journey die set Heart Strip (DI-0267). The sentiment stamp is an old TAC one from my stash.


Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Sisters in Stamping

Here is the card that my "seestahs" made today at our meeting. Thanks Ann Marie for designing the card and lining up the stamps perfectly on the MISTIs and thanks Sandy for bringing the extra set of stamps and MISTIs so the lines were not too long. The image is from a Tim Holtz Stampendous set called Flower Garden. I watercolored the flower with watercolor pencils. I am so lucky to have these ladies to play with every Wednesday afternoon!