Today's Cardmaking 101 video has some information on white cardstock that will be helpful for beginning cardmakers. In my opinion, Stampin' Up! cardstock is second to none. If you are just starting out or thinking about cardmaking, watch the short video below.
Of the two, the first pictured here is my favorite. I love the super smooth feel and it's perfect for stamping and coloring with Stampin' Blends, our alcohol markers. If you haven't tried it, please do!
Thanks for checking in for this cardmaking project with a favorite from the Holiday Catalog, Country Home. Keep tuning in for more projects that will hopefully inspire you to get crafting for all the fun occasions and holidays coming up. You'll also receive exclusive project ideas in my emails. Not on my email list? Sign up HERE today!
Last night on Facebook Live, we made these three projects using the Cauldron Bubble Bundle from the Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog. This first projet is a cute card with the main image colored with Stampin' Blends, our alcohol markers.
The second project is this easy Halloween banner for your home or party decór. The Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper is the star here.
We closed out the session with this easy treat box made with products from this same designer paper. Need treats for your child's class or for your grandchildren? This is it!
Here's a tip that will help you easily change the white or light neutral background color of designer paper.
When creating a Halloween project, I wanted the background color of this paper from the Toil & Trouble Designer Series Paper collection. The Whisper White background just wasn't the right touch for the idea in my head. A nifty little tool came "to the rescue".
Let's take a look at the video tutorial...
You can also take a look at today's video tutorial on YouTube HERE. Be sure to subscribe!
Happy Tuesday! It's September and time to redeem your Bonus Days Coupon Code from Stampin' Up! With the Holiday Catalog going LIVE tomorrow, I thought some information on redeeming those codes would be helpful since I know you can't wait to get your hands on some of those fabulous products.
Here's a short video recording with the process of redeeming those codes.
We are celebrating Labor Day in the U.S. today and I wanted to talk to you a bit about my "work".
Imagine this. You have a hobby that you love and you decide that you are going to take the leap into making it a business. Your goal is to make enough money to cover the cost of your "supplies". So, you share with your friends and family by showing them how much fun it is to play with stamps, ink, and paper. They love it and tell their friends and so it begins.
Being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. It's fun sharing something that I love to do and watch others experience the joy of stamping and paper crafting. The best part? The friendships and relationships that have come from being part of Stampin' Up! and through consistency and hard work, I have accomplished and achieved goals that I never imagined that I would.
Most importantly, this is a business that be "worked" according to what is best for you. Work 1 hour a week or 60 hours a week...it's totally up to each demonstrator.
What does it take to become a demonstrator? The Starter Kit is $99 for $125 worth of current product of YOUR choice! PLUS, you get some business supplies to start your business...catalogs, order forms, etc!
I would LOVE to have you as member of my Stars team! Questions? Email me or give me a call if you'd like to know more. Or, if you are ready to sign up, CLICK HERE!
P.S. Today is also the last day to earn BONUS DAYS COUPONS that you can use on a Stampin' Up! Order is September! Earn a $5 coupon code for each $50 in product purchase on your order. Stampin' Up! will email your code(s) so check for that and keep those codes in a safe place!