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Wednesday, November 1, 2017

ICS Blog Hop Labels to Love



Welcome to our Inspire, Create, & Share blog hop.  Our November theme is fall projects.  I am sure you will find many inspiring ideas for you to create.  We love to share our ideas with you!

My design features several of my favorite products: Labels to Love stamps that coordinate with the Everyday Label punch.
Our Autumn Harvest Designer Series Paper is stunning.  I emphasized Peekaboo Peach in the print and copper foil paper is the perfect complement!


Isn't the copper foil paper beautiful and shiny?

You can see Labels to Love here and the Everyday Label punch here.  The products I used are detailed at the end of my post.
Please click on the arrow to see the next design by Audra Monk.  Contact your demonstrator for ordering questions.  I am happy to be your demonstrator if you don't already have one selected.





Introducing premier alcohol markers from Stampin’ Up! These artist-quality blending markers are available in 12 exclusive colors and make blending a breeze. They are now available as single markers, in a combo pack, or go big with the entire collection.

In addition to our premier blending markers, we are pleased to offer the Color Me Happy Project Kit and coordinating stamp set are the perfect place to begin your blending journey. (The project kit is available while supplies last and the stamp set is available while the project kit supplies last.)
See the Blends in my store HERE.

This video introduces you to the Blends.
Email subscribers will need to click into the blog post to see the video.

Stampin' Blends Features

  • Add just the right amount of color where you need it with the brush tip or fine-point.
  • Each color (except Ivory and Bronze) has a light and dark shade marker, available individually or in a combo pack.
  • We have done in-house testing for evaporation and life testing and are really happy with the results, so you can feel confident sharing them with your customers.
  • Press fit seal prevents air from entering the barrel and causing evaporation.
  • The nestable lids are easy to keep track of and have a tight fit for long-lasting color.

Stampin’ Blends Web Tutorial Series


Features and Characteristics
Basics of Blending
Color Me Happy Kit
Color Lifter and Skin Tones


Why are Stampin’ Blends not packaged together as a collection?

Because all the Stampin’ Blends markers are sold singly—and because the marker offering will continue to grow with future publications (which means the offering will continually change)—Stampin’ Blends are not packaged as a “collection” or discounted when you purchase all of them. In fact, the initial collection item number was only created for ease of ordering—so you and your customers could avoid entering numerous item numbers to order every Stampin’ Blend currently available.
By packaging them as singles, you and your customers can order the exact markers you want in the quantities you want.

Why are Stampin’ Blends not refillable?

We made the decision to provide a low-cost, high-quality marker that could easily and economically be replaced without having to worry about purchasing ink refills or nib replacements. And again, by offering them singly, you can purchase individual replacements, as needed.


Here is a Wish List to share with me so I can help others shop for you:




My online store is open 24 hours at http://bit.ly/shopwithJaney

If you place an order of $75-$149.99 before October 30th, with the host code above, you will receive a gift from me, a package of Corrugated Elements.

Orders of $150+ get the free gift and qualify for Stampin' Rewards.


Monday is usually Team Swap Monday.
Wednesday and Friday/Saturday feature designs made by me.

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12 comments:

  1. Awesome card! One of my favorite DSP's!

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  2. Cute idea with the punch. What ribbon did you use?

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    1. Karie it is the Crinkled seam binding layered with the jute twine.

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  3. Wow love that layering with the punch and the ribbon knot! Cool idea! Thanks for hopping with us this month! See you soon!

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  4. Love the layout and esp how you have the foil paper! See you next week!!

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  5. Janey, I love all of the details on this card! It's stunning!

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  6. Great card, Janey! I really like the copper foil paper in the corners!

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  7. Loving that color combo!!! Very pretty card!!

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  8. Great layered tag you've created with the Everyday Label punch.

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  9. What a great way to highlight the cooper foil and the peekaboo peach! Great colors and great card!

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  10. The Peekaboo Peach and the copper is awesome!

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