For five days only, when you buy ONE Fast Fuse Adhesive, you’ll get TWO Fast Fuse Adhesive refills for FREE—while supplies last! This is the perfect time to stock up and save, so hurry and get those orders placed. This deal will be gone before you know it!
Promotion Dates: February 8–12, 2018
- To receive your free refills, add Fast Fuse Adhesive to your order (item 129026); the two Fast Fuse Adhesive Refills will be added to your order automatically. Once they’ve been added, the price listed for the two refills will show $0.00.
- This promotion will not apply when ordered as part of a Starter Kit or with Stampin’ Rewards.
- This promotion is while supplies last only.
- Based on our forecasts, we have over-purchased to try to ensure we have enough Fast Fuse Adhesive in stock to support high demand during this promotion. However…
- Due to challenges sourcing this product, we have a large—but finite—amount of Fast Fuse Adhesive we are able to sell.
- The promotion will turn off if our Fast Fuse Adhesive supply reaches a predetermined threshold. The sale has been set up this way so we are able to have the product available through the life of the 2017–2018 annual catalog.
Shop my on-line store, www.lindastampz.stampinup.net, or call or email me ASAP with your order.
Thanks to everyone who has helped us reach FIVE wonderful years with Paper Pumpkin! As part of the anniversary celebration, we have a fun surprise for our subscribers: a March kit that includes a fantastic, FREE gift and a specially designed, one-of-a-kind box. The photo above shows the 2017 four-year anniversary kit, which was awesome; so the five-year kit will be just as exciting!
The celebration begins February 11 and runs until March 10 which is the cut-off date to subscribe and receive this special March kit.
Visit www.paperpumpkin.com to start your subscription, and be sure to choose me as your demonstrator. If you have any questions or need help subscribing, let me know. You won’t want to miss out!
I just wanted to share a cute birthday card I made today. Click on the picture for a larger view.
I just love the colors and the glitzy paper. The stamp is a clear one from the $1 bin at JoAnn’s. And, of course, I had to add the stitching border that I’m obsessed with lately!
What do you think? And what does it inspire you to create?
I needed to make a card (not for any particular reason… I just needed to have some instant gratification), so this is what I came up with…
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I keep a bunch of folded card stock for when I need a card at the last minute, and found a piece of purple. Then I went to my stash of scraps and found some printed paper that was already the right width (about 3 inches) left over from a previous project that was long enough, and trimmed it and glued it to the purple card stock.
The best part was that design in the printed paper coordinated wonderfully with the “just because” from the stamp set “A Dozen Thoughts.” So I stamped it on the lower right hand side, and the card was done!!! Well… execpt for adding some Stickles glitter glue to the centers of the flowers.
A Dozen Thoughts – Page 59 in the catalog
Wood Mount – Item #130156 – $26.95
Clear Mount – Item #131059 – $18.95
Click on the photo to see all the detail.
I just wanted to share this cute card I made a few days ago using the Stampin’ Up! set “Happy Day” (pg. 112 in the catalog), and the new Bermuda Bay Ink. I just love the intricate detail in the centers of the medallions. Stampin’ Up!’s new foam ink pads really give awesome coverage! The set also comes with “hello there,” “smile,” and “sweet, sweet moments,” so it’s really a very versatile stamp set.
The sparkly bling in the centers of the medallions is a 1/2″ circle punch of SU’s Silver Glimmer Paper — colored with a turquoise permanent marker. Worked awesome! The “Happy Day” clear mount set is only $16.95, and the wood mount is $21.95. To see this set and more, shop on-line on my Stampin’ Up! website. Happy stamping!
Man, did I ever struggle with last month’s project challenge (pun intended)!
In honor of Father’s Day in June, we decided to try to come up with cards appropriate for guys/men/boys. For me, it wasn’t as easy as I thought it would be. Fortunately, the Scrapbook Mega Meet was a couple of weeks before our get together, and I found an awesome grungy embossing folder (by Tim Holtz) that looks like riveted steel plates. I used it on dark gray card stock, then applied metallic rub-ons to make it look more aged and distressed. (My card is in the middle of the group with “hello” on it.) I also used silver duct-work tape, which after sticking it down onto plain card stock and embossing it, looked alot like diamond-plate aluminum (which ALL guys love).
The card turned out pretty awesome, as did the ones from the rest of the team. If you click on the photo, you’ll see an enlarged version. The cards featured tools, deer, cowboy boots, charms, embossing folders, crimping, stars, a cool ink technique, some glitz, and some twine. The twine led to part of our challenge for June… Bugs (for June Bugs) and twine. I’m anxious to see what the team does with THAT combination. Whatever it is, you’ll see it here first!
I’m truly sorry that it’s been so long since I’ve added something new…and I can’t even say that “no news is good news.” I was just lazy. I’ll try to do better from now on.
The SWAT Team meets again on April 20th, and our challenge for the night is to use band-aids (real band-aids or a stamp) somehow in making a get well card or gift. Here’s a sneak peak of what I came up with.
Any member of the group who comments on this post, and comes that night, will get two Stampin’ Up! stamps! Just click on “Leave a Comment” right below this post and leave me a note. Even if it’s just to say… “I’m coming on the 20th.” Hope to see you then! And… hope you all have a blessed Easter!