Sunday, August 31, 2014

2nd Round of Stampin' Up 2014 Holiday Mini Catalog Product Videos

Here's my second round of 2014 Holiday Mini Catalog product videos. ( I forgot to mention yesterday that email subscribers need to click on this post title to get to my blog to watch the videos!)
Have a great weekend and enjoy!

Star Boxes video tutorial:

Simply Pressed Clay Ornament Video:

Snowflake Card Die Video:

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Stampin’ Up! 2014 Holiday Mini Catalog Product Videos

Here are my first round of Stampin' Up videos featuring NEW products from the 2014 Holiday Mini Catalog.  The Holiday Mini started on August 28th and Stampin' Up has told us that they expect several of the Photopolymer stamp sets to get on backorder, so order yours soon!

Wondrous Wreath Stamp Set and Framelits video:

Gift Box Punch Board video:

Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlet video:

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

New Yee-Haw Photopolymer Stamp set and CUTE Card Samples!

Article from stampin' up! blog

I’ve been anxiously waiting for today for months and months. It’s finally here! Some of you who attended Inspire. Create. Share. in July may have already seen the latest stamp set from Stampin’ Up! Ten lucky attendees even took it home (and I hope they’ve been having some fun with it). For the rest of you who haven’t seen it yet . . . drumroll, please . . . and can I get a Yee-Haw?!
For those of you who attended convention—especially those who came to the Stamps, Ink, and Paper class— you’ll have heard the story behind this stamp set. I was given an assignment late last year to carve a stamp set with the Undefined Stamp Carving Kit for a Stampin’ Success article. “Howdy” was the first image I carved. I’m not sure why I picked that word. I’m not a country girl. I’m not a fan of country music. I do love to say “howdy.” Maybe it’s just my attempt to spice up “hello.” Whatever the reason, it was the spark that lit the inspiration fire that resulted in the Yee-Haw Photopolymer Stamp Set.

I had a lot of fun doodling this stamp set. I knew I wanted some imagery to go with all of the fun sentiments. The lasso is probably my favorite piece and was designed to fit around Howdy, Rootin’ Tootin’, and Yee-Haw.
My second favorite image is the sheriff’s badge. The “sheriff” sentiment was purposely left separate from the badge so that you could easily write in someone’s name, then pin it to a shirt or bandana. It also makes an adorable tag for a gift.
This stamp set isn’t just for Texans, although I know a few who will love it (Erica, Lydia . . .)! Here are a few samples that show how the images can be used to make a soft, pretty card or a sweet little card for a baby shower, a fun thank you note for a friend, or a colorful celebration card.