Seasonal Sale is Happening Now!

Our Seasonal Sale with 10% off card stock, 15% off stamping ink pads, and 20% off dies is a great time to stock up! This sale is for the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog only, not the mini catalog and ends November 18th! Don’t wait!

In addition to these savings, you will earn triple points on The Purple Tulip Reward Program! Go here to learn more!

Go here to shop today!

Sales, Promotions, and another Sale-a-Bration, Oh My!

Yes, we have some promotions going on through November 30th only. First, I can’t tell you how many of us were hobby demonstrators who joined the business to get discounts on products we were already purchasing. There’s many! Although some continue as hobby demonstrators, some of us go into teaching, selling, and having a small business of our own. Are you a stamper? Are you interested in purchasing products at a discount? Now is the time to JOIN! We are running a promotion for new demonstrators to buy their starter kits at $75 instead of $99. They still choose their own products and also receive free shipping and some business items for free with their first kit. Are you thinking of a fun way to earn an income? I would love to have you on my team! There are other creative women on the team along with our leader, who works with Stampin’ Up! full time and is amazing. You would have access to all kinds of training and support. Contact me at if you have questions, or go directly to my online store here to JOIN!

Beginning tomorrow, November 16, 2021, and until November 18th only, we are having a Seasonal Sale. You will be able to purchase products from our 2021-2022 Annual Catalog at a discount.

  • The discount includes 10% off cardstock, 15% off ink pads (excluding ink pad bundles and third-party pads), and 20% off dies.
  • The discount applies to products featured in the 2021–2022 Annual Catalog only. Products from the July–December 2021 Mini Catalog are not included.
  • This promotion is applicable to all order types.
  • Please note that items available vary by market based on shipping constraints and product availability.

Finally, it’s almost the end of 2021 and many products from the July through December Mini Catalog are being retired. That means they will be gone soon. All items on the retiring list will be available until January 3, 2022 or while supplies last. Don’t wait to place your order, however, because once they are out of stock, that is it! Also, we have a Carry Over List from the same catalog. Carry over items can be purchased until the new 2022-2023 Annual Catalog is released in May, 2022 or while supplies last. Again, do not wait! Find the Retired List here! Find the Carryover List here! Watch for SALES after December 3, 2021!

Finally, our new January through June Mini Catalog is coming out right after the end of the year! There are some great new products being introduced! In addition to this, Sale-a-Bration is coming again for two months. It will begin with the new mini catalog and once again, you will receive free product for every $50 or $100 you spend PLUS your rewards once you purchase $150. That means more free product of your choice. I will have more about what’s coming soon!

Whew! There is a lot going on with Stampin’ Up! and it is very exciting! Contact me with any questions you may have at

Where Have I Been?

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, which is awful of me! Honestly, I’ve been very busy with classes, craft fairs, garage sales, family parties… It’s just been a crazy few weeks. Let’s catch up!

First, I held my first card making class since moving to Arizona in October and it went well. I met some very nice ladies and we had fun making four cards. It was a learning experience for me, as well as them! It was successful enough that they have asked me to return. I will be holding a Christmas Card Class in December and have designed four cards for that one:

Let’s go back a little now. Halloween was another fun event, however, we did not get as many trick or treaters as expected. I started last year due to the pandemic making gloved hands full of candy for the kids. It went over so well, I did the same this year, but had many left over. I ended up giving the kids two hands as “they had two hands themselves!” I plan to do this or something very similar each year.

Move forward to my first every craft fair participation. I had craft supplies and many cards to sell. I’m finding that people want either classes to make cards, inexpensive second hand supplies, or will pay very little for the cards themselves. It’s a bit frustrating because I put a lot of time and effort into my cards. Here I am!

I then participated in our Community Garage Sale with crafting items only. Let me just say Garage Sale peeps are out for real deals and large items. I had a few stop and a few sales, but more cars drive by, look at my signs, and drive off. Well, I tried and I’m learning a lot as I go!

I will stop here. I just wanted to share a little of what’s been keeping me busy. Please check my other posts for recent promotions for Stampin’ Up! products! This is a great time to JOIN, SHOP, or buy retiring products before they are gone for good

One Sheet Wonder

Tonight’s challenge was one I always enjoy. I needed to make ten cards using pieces from one sheet of 12″ by 12″ Designer Series Paper. I chose a sheet of Expressions in Ink DSP for it gorgeous pink tones and gold foils. I used gold ribbon, gold embellishments, and gold heat embossing powder to give the cards some bling. I was very happy with how they turned out. Here are the cards and supplies used.

Ten completed cards
Expressions in Ink DSP
Magenta Madness cardstock
Blushing Bride cardstock
Simply Elegant Trim
Metallic Embossing Powder
Heat Tool
Glue Dots
Champagne Rinestone Basic Jewels

Fall Social

How fun! My team leaders, Di and Marcy, held a Fall Social last Saturday. It was virtual and here is how it works. You sign up to participate about two months before. Di and Marcy pick three current stamp sets and create several projects for us to do. They ship our box of supplies ahead of time, create a PDF with instructions and pictures of the finished projects, and we all meet for further instruction and social time. I’m certain it’s a lot of work to put these things together, but they do a magnificent job! The three sets we used this time were Counting Sheep (Sale-a-bration), Sweets and Treats and Joyful Life, both from the July through December Mini Catalog. We made adorable cards and treat boxes!