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Sunday, October 4, 2020

World Card Making Day in Review


Here is a video of one of our new kits 
in the August - December Mini Catalog.

Here is one of the birthday cards that we made at my World Card Making Eve Stamp-a-Stack event.

I used the In Good Taste Designer Series Paper and the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set for my card design.

I like how fun the sentiment is and the textures from the DSP are so rich.  The In Good Taste DSP is on sale this month, be sure to check it out!

We also have Card Sending Week and a big goal by Stampin' Up! to send more 60,000 cards this week.  This more than our 52,000 record from 2019.  Let me know the number of cards you mail out this week.  I'll submit it to Stampin' Up!

  • There is no limit to how many packages of Designer Series Paper may be purchased during this promotion.
  • Only select Designer Series Papers are available at a 15% discount during this promotion.

Subscribe now for October kit: Joy to the World

Kit contains enough supplies to create eight cards: four each of two designs, and coordinating envelopes.  Includes die-cut pieces in English, French, and German. This will allow you to create cards you can use to connect with others around the world!  
Subscribe now - click here.

Winter 2020 Stamping & Bingo

Click here to register for the next Stamping Bingo and other classes and events.  Space is limited to 10 so don't miss out!

Shop the Online Store

My online store is open 24 hours at   Please use the online order host code, TMKCQRDA

If your order is $150+ then you will earn your own Stampin' Rewards and do not use the host code. 

Anyone that orders $35+ of products online, you will receive the October IDEAS tutorial bundle to show my gratitude! Customers are also welcome to order the IDEAS tutorial bundle without a product order or to send as a gift, use the IDEAS button in the right column.


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