Giving you a little heads up that Stampin’ Up! will be offering FREE Shipping on everything (except expedited orders) from Monday, Aril 21st through Friday, April 25th! Take out your catalog or look through the Online Store and plan your order!
The discontinued list will also be available on Monday! Don’t forget to get your list of 15 stamps you think may be retiring by tomorrow, April 19th for a $10 gift certificate towards Stampin’ Up! product. See more here.
Don’t forget that, new this year, stamps are also only available as long as supply on hand lasts!
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Super exciting that Stampin’ Up! is partnering with Project Life! I am so excited about this partnership and can’t wait to explore this more!
Here are the first products that will be introduced. Products will be available on May 1st.
Did you see those fun boxes I made yesterday? Well, I used the Venetian Romance Designer Series Paper and today Stampin’ Up! puts it on sale. You can get your package of Venetian Romance for only $8.21.
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Another one of my favorites on sale this week is the Needlepoint Border Embossing Folders. Here is a sample made with the scallop border.
So the other day I shared or revisited the Bagalope box made from a pre-made envelope, after making that bag I was thinking that with the Envelope Punch Board I could make any size envelope Bagalope. I will show you a couple of samples I came up with the Venetian Romance Designer Series Paper.
The larger bag is made from a 6″ X 6 1/2″ envelope made with the Envelope Punch Board and the smaller bag is made from a 5″ X 5″ envelope. See how to use the Envelope Punch board here.
You can find the directions to make these Bagalopes on this post. Instead of sealing the envelope and using the end, I scored and folded the sides and bottom to make the bag at 3/4″.
I used the flap to close the bag. The tags are tied to the bag with Baker’s Twine.
The tag is made with the People Like You Single Stamp from the Occasions catalog. I also used the Scalloped Tag Topper with the Tag.
You can find the supplies I used in my Online Store or by clicking on one of the images below.
These darling Easter Treat Boxes were shared at a demonstrator event I recently attended and I couldn’t wait to give them a try. They are made with the Envelope Punch Board and very easy to make!
I used the current In-Colors to make the 5 boxes and the little egg is from the Eggstra Spectacular Stamp Set. I have made up a few pictures with directions to make these boxes.
Start with a piece of Designer Series Paper measuring 4 3/4″ X 4 3/4″ and a coordinating piece of card stock also measuring 4 3/4″ X 4 3/4″.
Glue the papers together and start with the Envelope Punch Board at 1 1/2″ and score. Move to 2 5/8″ punch and score without turning the paper. Rotate the paper 90 degrees and punch and score from the end of the score lines. Repeat one more time. Rotate one more time and punch at the end of the score lines, but do not score this last time. You will not need to fold the top of the box.
Round the corners withe the reverse punch on the Envelope Punch Board. Fold the score lines. Cut out the bottom 2 corner flaps. Glue the bottom flaps with Mini-Glue Dots.
Decorate as desired and add your treat to the box. I do not know how originally made this box, but I appreciate the directions and hope you have fun making this box too.
You can see the supplies I used to make these boxes below. All you have to do is click here or on one of the pictures below to purchase the supplies to make your own boxes.
This is an oldie, but goodie from way back. The Bagalope is an envelope turned into a quick bag that you can fill with something small. I used one of the medium white envelopes cut down to 5″ to make this bag and then decorated it.
I have the step by step directions below. The fist step is to cut one of the ends down to 5″ or if you want it taller, you can just cut the one end. Seal the flap.
Direction 2: Score 1/2″ in in the sides and bottom end. Fold the scored lines and push the envelope open.
Bagalope direction 3 or bottom: When you fold the bottom score line, you will end up with little pointed corners. Press them down and glue with a mini-glue dot. That’s it! you have a little bag from an envelope.
The wrapper is made from a 2″ X 12″ piece of Designer Series Paper. Punch each end with the Scallop Tag Topper and wrap around the bag. I did attach the wrapper to the bag with Dimensionals. The bag is finished off with a spritzed doily and images stamped with the Flower Shop set, Petite petals, & the Eggstra Spectacular sets.
It is hard to believe, but the retirement list will be coming out in late April so it is time for the retiring stamps contest.
Pull out your catalog or look on line and decide which 15 stamp set you think will be retired with this catalog. Send me your list via email and you will be entered in my contest to win a $10 gift certificate to use on a order placed with me. The winner will be the person that chooses the most stamps from the list.
Your list must be sent to me by Saturday, April 19th at 10:00 pm ET. I will draw a winner if there is a tie in the number of sets selected. This contest is not open to other demonstrators. Thank you. I reserve the right to close the contest if the list becomes available before the contest end.
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