Guy Greetings for The Paper Players

IMG_1463The Paper Players are back this week with a sketch challenge hosted by the talented Jaydee.  After having created several clean and simple cards these past few weeks, I just had to get back to my roots and create something a little distressed and vintage.  What better choice than the masculine set, Guy Greetings, from the Occasions Catalog! Enjoy!pp229

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This finished card measures 4-1/4″ wide by 5-1/2″ long.

  • World’s Greatest snipper! The “World’s Greatest” banner was hand-snipped and popped up on dimensionals.  Of course, I just had to use the World Map pattern from the Typeset Designer Series Paper collection for the background!

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  • Paper-snipped pugelist!  The vintage boxer was lightly tinted using a Blender Pen with Blushing Bride and Island Indigo inks.  He was then popped atop a houndstooth textured circle.  Although the Houndstooth Textured Impressions Embossing Folder is retired, I just happened to have a piece of Cajun Craze cardstock which had been embossed a few years ago and never used.  I was saving it for just the right card.  Since I loved how it coordinated with the Houndstooth patterned paper from the Adventure Bound stack, I decided it had found its new home.

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  • Touches of texture! 1-1/4″ Burlap Ribbon and 1/4″ Island Indigo Cotton Ribbon add a wonderful touch of texture.  Plus, I found a new home for one of my last retired faux wood buttons.  Woo hoo!IMG_1463-003

I love the look of Island Indigo with Cajun Craze, especially when Early Espresso is added to the mix. And I really LOVE this set.  I can’t wait to ink it up again.

I am going to leave you today with a picture of Muffy and her new bed.  Many of you have asked about Muffy, and if she was going to have puppies any time soon.  Well… it’s almost time for her to visit the bakery! She was sleeping so soundly when I snapped this picture…I’m sure she was thinking about the “Dog of Her Dreams”!IMG_1465Unfortunately, I will not be attending Stampin’ Up!’s Leadership next week, because family comes first.  Instead of Orlando, Muffy and I will be heading out to meet her Canadian “Prince Charming”.  Please keep your fingers crossed I can negotiate the traffic, and that Muffy approves of the handsome young man she will be meeting.  For those of you who will be going to Leadership, I wish you safe travels.  I will miss seeing you…

As always, if you have any questions about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Until next time…

The Paper Players Design Team

Ann Schach
Anne Marie Hile
Claire Broadwater
Jaydee
Joanne James
Laurie Schmidt
LeAnne Pugliese
Nance Leedy
Sandy Mathis
Debbie Mageed
Karren Johnson
Shannon Jaramillo

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January Lesson of the Month – New Format

PicMonkey CollageWelcome to the new and improved Lesson of the Month! I have been offering my Lessons of the Month for over a year now.  As my students know, the cards I create are labor intensive, filled with details, paper snipping, and use some pretty cool techniques.  In fact, I love that my PDF lessons are more than just product lists and dimensions.  They are filled with theory and helpful hints, too.  But the task of creating 90 sample cards each month was overwhelming.  I decided if I was going to be able to continue to offer my lessons, I was going to have to make some changes, or teach the Boxers how to stamp.  Since I seriously doubted Muffy, Brody and Lexi were going to be much help in that respect, I revamped  my lessons.

IMG_6299Not much is changing…you still receive a stamp set,  a comprehensive tutorial with full color pictures, and three videos.  It is still like stampin’ with me in my kitchen!  What is different is you will only receive one completed sample…but you WILL receive the “makings” to make all three cards.  You will need to use your new stamp, inks, and adhesives,  but I will supply you with pre-cut cardstock and designer paper, as well as punched items.  How fun will it be for you to stamp and assemble while reading your tutorial and watching the video!

Card #1:  Faux Gilding Technique

Gilding CollageThe sentiment is embossed with gold. One of the mats is Brushed Gold cardstock.

Lesson Focus:
1. Faux gilding technique

Card #2: Bokeh Beauty

Bokeh CollageLesson Focus:
1. Bokeh technique

Card #3: Lovely Layers

Layer Collage Lesson Focus:
1.  Coloring techniques with Blendabilities, Blender Pens, and inks

What this month’s lesson includes….

  • Butterfly Basics Stamp Set in photopolymer  (137154, $23.95).  If you already have this set, I will gladly substitute another stamp set at the same value, $23.95 or less.  IF you prefer wood or clear, I can adjust the price of the class accordingly.
  • 1 Completed Sample Card.  The sample card this month is Card #1: The Gilded Beauty.
  • Pre-cut cardstock, pre-cut designer series paper, ribbon and twine for you to make one of each design.  You will need to use your own new stamps, inks, adhesives, and pearls.
  • A step-by-step PDF tutorial which contains a product list with item numbers, cutting dimensions, helpful hints and plenty of pictures to guide you along the way.
  • A private video for each card, for a total of three videos.  On lucky days, you may hear a Boxer or two!
  • And don’t forget, for every third lesson in which you participate, you receive a bonus gift from me valued between $3.95 and $6.95.

The cost for all of this is $34.95.  Are you ready to enroll this month? Just send an email to ann@thestampinschach.com. I will send you a PayPal invoice within 24 hours.  This month’s deadlines are:

Deadline for signing up:  January 27, Noon CST
PDFs will be mailed out by January 28
Private Video Links will be emailed by January 30th
Your Stamp Set will be mailed to you within 1 business day after I receive them from Stampin’ Up!
Card Packet will be mailed to you with your stamp set
Card Samples will be mailed to you as they are completed

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email me. Until next time…

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Pearly Petite Pairs for Pals Paper Arts

IMG_1433It’s time for another challenge from Pals Paper Arts!  It’s a sketch this week, designed by the talented Nicole Watt.  Because I needed an elegant wedding card, that’s what I opted to create!  Of course, this pattern from the Something Borrowed Designer Series Paper Collection was talking to me:  “Pick me,  Ann…and add pearls!”  Well, who am I to argue with paper when it speaks to me?  So I picked it, and pearls I did add!  But notice how restrained I was?  I didn’t add a pearl at every point!  I hope you enjoy today’s very quick and very easy card.

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This finished card measures 5-1/2″ wide by -4-1/4″ high.

  • Petite Pairs! Petite Pairs is one of the stamp sets which I forget to use.  This time, however, it seemed perfect for today’s card.  I dusted it off, inked it up in Soft Suede, and stamped away!  Of course, I had to add a few pearls.  Ah! The Power of the Pearl!

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  • Diamonds and Pearls! The Diamond Pattern from the Something Borrowed Designer Series Paper collection adds a sophisticated, classy touch, don’t you think.  My birthstone is a diamond, and my given name, Margaret, is derived from the Greek word for pearl.  So it just seems like it was written in the stars that I add pearls to the diamond images!

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  • Satin elegance! Whisper White Satin Ribbon forms the perfect elegant bow to finish up this card.  For greater fullness, I created  a double bow.  I just use an old-fashioned cardboard bow maker. It’s so easy!

IMG_1433-002I hope you enjoyed today’s card.  I was happy to be able to use a set that rarely ever sees the light of day.  And it’s  a shame really.  Petite Pairs is a sweet little set.  How about you? What is the one set you have in your collection that you never use, or you under-use?  Won’t you let me know in your comment today? And remember, if you have any questions about the cards I make, or the techniques I use, I am only an email away! Until next time…

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Tuesday’s Deals and Specials…An Information Round-Up

Weekly Deals
January 20 – 26, 2015

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“Life is like a box of chocolates”
Forrest Gump did say.
Now you can get the download…
It’s on sale today!

We all love cute embellies,
(In fact, we think they’re fine).
So stock up on some clothespins,
And three packs of Baker’s Twine!

If color is your thing,
No need to search for more,
Markers, Markers and Blendies,
Are on sale…visit my store!

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For the first time ever, Stampin’ Up! is lowering the price of their 3 month prepaid subscription. During Sale-A-Bration (January 6-March 31) you can save money and instantly qualify for a FREE product!

Why did they choose to discount the 3 month subscription? Because all good things come in threes! Here are three things you’ll love.

  1. Save $5.00 on your subscription.
  2. The price point instantly qualifies for a FREE Sale-A-Bration product.
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3 Month Paper Pumpkin Subscription
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Are you without a demonstrator? Don’t be…I would LOVE to be your Stampin’ Up! “go-to” gal! I offer a Customer Loyalty Program  and support to answer all your questions.  Need a catalog, don’t hesitate to email me.  I will drop one in the mail to you pronto!  Until next time…
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The Stamp Review Crew: Valentine “Free for All” Edition

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It’s time for another round of inspiration from The Stamp Review Crew. If this is your very first visit, we are a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators whose mission is to do a blog hop on the first and third Mondays of each month. Our hops are unique because each of us features the same stamp set.  But this week is different…we are having a Valentine “Free for All”, where we are featuring ANY current stamp set that is “Valentine-able”. You may have just left Stop #1: the talented Heidi Baks. Her work always blows me away.  I am Stop #2 on the hop.  I will be featuring two new projects today, one which I designed for my husband, Kim, and one which I created for my son, Brady.  Enjoy!

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Card #1: Super Quick and Easy

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This finished card measures 4-1/4″ wide by 5-1/2″ long.

  • Hearts a-plenty! The new Happy Heart Textured Impressions Embossing Folder creates the perfect background for a Valentine, don’t you think?  This square is 5 hearts x 5 hearts, and is matted on Cherry Cobbler cardstock.
  • Butterfly! A Cherry Cobbler butterfly has found a permanent home in the center of the embossed square. This beauty was made using the new Butterflies Thinlits dies.  A small black heart, courtesy of the Owl Builder Punch, adds a touch of romance, while a single rhinestone adds the perfect touch of bling.
  • Love! The Love sentiment, from Hello Life, provides the perfect sentiment, don’t you think? I love the flourishes at the beginning and the end of the word.

Project #2: Mini-treat Bag with Tag

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  • Mini Treat Bag!  What better hideaway for a gift card and a Valentine tag than a Mini Treat Bag created with the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits die! This one was made using Kraft cardstock and the Stacked Logs pattern from Adventure Abounds Paper Stack.  A Burlap Ribbon banner adds texture, while a Kraft heart accents the sentiment.
  • Blendabilities to the rescue! The Lumberjack image was inked in Tuxedo Black Memento, and stamped onto Whisper White cardstock.  Real Red ink was used to color his shirt, using the image provided in the set for that purpose.  Then it was Blendabilities to the rescue!  These alcohol markers are so much fun to use, and they provide streak-free coverage.

IMG_1413Isn’t this just the cutest Lumberjack ever? When my son, Brady, saw the Occasions Catalog, Wood You Be Mine was one of the first sets to catch his eye.  It only seemed appropriate to make his Valentine with it.  And the nice thing is this entire tag and bag will slide into an envelope for easy mailing.  I’ll just flatten the paper bow, and it will still be adorable!

You might have noticed I like using butterflies with the word “love”.  Here is a card from my archives featuring the Swallowtail image.  It could be easily updated with sentiments from the Hello Life set:SwallowtailI hope you enjoyed today’s projects. Of course, if you have questions about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Now scoot along and visit the rest of the hoppers.  Next up is #3 on the list, the talented and creative Adriana Benitez! If you get lost along the way, visit The Stamp Review Crew for a list of all hoppers. Until next time…

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Sunshine for The Paper Players

IMG_1373-001It’s Sunday, and time to play with The Paper Players!  This week we have a Clean and Simple challenge for you, hosted by the incredibly talented LeAnne:  We want to see sentiments as the focus on your cards!  Designer Series Paper and other embellishments are welcome, but remember it IS a clean and simple challenge.  Layers and “doodads” should be kept to a mimum.  Now, that is quite a tall order for me, but I tried my best.  I hope you enjoy my attempt at Clean and Simple!

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This finished card measures 4-1/4″ wide by 5-1/2″ long.

  • Rays of Sunshine! The rays were created in minutes using the template found in the Hooray It’s Your Day Project Kit.  I temporarily adhered the template to Whisper White cardstock, and sponged it with Crushed Curry ink.  How easy is that?  (Tip: Create your own temporary adhesive with the Two Way Glue Pen!  The bond is temporary if you let the glue dry first.)

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  • Focus on the sentiment! What better sentiment to go with the sun theme than “Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves”! This sentiment from Feel Goods was inked in Night of Navy and stamped directly onto the rays.

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  • Paper bow!  A Night of Navy paper bow, created with the fabulous Bow Builder Punch, adds just the right bit of pizzazz!

IMG_1372-003This card is earmarked for a very special blog follower and fellow Boxer lover, who certainly brought sunshine into my life, and into Muffy’s and Brody’s lives, too.  Like many of you, Gena often emails me to chat about the Boxers.  During the bitterly cold weather we had recently, I mentioned Brody had gained weight, and his winter coat no longer fit.  I also mentioned that Muffy’s coat was now too tight, since she has matured, but it fits Lexi fine.  Gena emailed me back, and innocently asked questions about their sizes.  Well, you can imagine my surprise when I got the mail Thursday.  There was a box from Gena.  And lo and behold, inside were two winter coats she had made…one for Brody and one for Muffy! I haven’t been able to take a picture of them on the kids yet, but I will in the near future.  Here they are:

IMG_0376IMG_0378Aren’t they awesome? Brody loves to wear “clothes” and he LOVES his new coat.  In fact, after I took it off and placed it on the island, he sat at whined until I put it on him again.  And Miss Muffin looks very chic in her pink with brown polka dots!  Thank you so much, Gena! You certainly brought sunshine into our lives!

I had fun with today’s card and today’s challenge.  It was the first time I had ever used a stencil to create a design, and it was so quick and easy.  I am probably one of the last stampers on earth to use a stencil.  Now I can’t wait to try it again using the Artisan Embellishment rose stencil.  How about you? Do you use stencils? Won’t you let me know in your comment today? Your comments are very important to me, and I do read each one.  Of course, if you ever have questions about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Until next time…

The Paper Players Design Team

Ann Schach
Anne Marie Hile
Claire Broadwater
Jaydee
Joanne James
Laurie Schmidt
LeAnne Pugliese
Nance Leedy
Sandy Mathis
Debbie Mageed
Karren Johnson
Shannon Jaramillo

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Tuesday’s Deals and Specials…An Information Round-Up

Weekly Deals
January 13 – 19, 2015

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New Photopolymer Set

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Item #140463
Price: $15.95

This great new Angel Policy set is just what you need to help you in your business. Recommended clear block sizes are A, B, D, G (not included in the set).

Second Round of Occasions Catalog Shares

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IF you missed the first round of the Occasions Catalog Shares, or if you would like to order a second share,  the deadline to sign up for the second round of shares will be Friday, January 16th, at 10:00 AM Central Time.  The order will be expedited, and your share will be shipped to you as quickly as possible.  Here are the details:

Designer Series Paper Share – $22.50 (postage included)
(Note: The Designer Series Paper is cut into 6″ x 12″ sheets)
• 24 – 6″ x 12″ sheets from each of the four new Designer Series Paper Collections (Birthday Bash, Painted Blooms, Sweet Dreams, Something Borrowed)
• 24 – 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ sheets from the two new Designer Paper Stacks (Stacked with Love, Adventure Bound)
• 4 – 6″ x 6″ Designer Washi Sheets (4 different patterns)
• 1 – 6″ x 12″ sheet of Chalkboard Paper

Ribbon and Embellishment Share – $15 (postage included)
• 1 yard of Sahara Lace Trim
• 1 yard of Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim
• 1 yard of Calypso Coral Pom Pom Trim
• 6 yards of Painted Blooms Cotton Twine (2 yards of three colors…Soft Sky, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi)
• 1 yard of Hello Honey Ribbon
• 1 yard of White Jute ribbon
• 6 Itty Bitty Accents Epoxy Stickers (1 of each size and style)
• 8 Sweet Dreams Designer Buttons (2 of each design)
• 3 Something Borrowed embellishments

I Want It All Share – $35 (postage included)
Includes both of the above shares
• Paper Share
• Ribbon and Embellishment Share
• Bonus: 50 Pearl Embellishments

Please email the following information to me at ann@thestampinschach.com or kimschach@msn.com:
• The Share in which you wish to participate
• Your PayPal email address
• Your mailing address
I will send out a PayPal invoice to you.

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For the first time ever, Stampin’ Up! is lowering the price of their 3 month prepaid subscription. During Sale-A-Bration (January 6-March 31) you can save money and instantly qualify for a FREE product!

Why did they choose to discount the 3 month subscription? Because all good things come in threes! Here are three things you’ll love.

  1. Save $5.00 on your subscription.
  2. The price point instantly qualifies for a FREE Sale-A-Bration product.
  3. Skip to the fun for three months with all the stamps, ink, and paper ready to go for amazing papercrafting projects.

3 Month Paper Pumpkin Subscription
Item # 137859
Price: $54.85 (Regularly $59.85)

Coming Soon: January Lesson of the Month
Featured Set: Butterfly Basics

Until next time…

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Love is Kindness for The Paper Players

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It’s Sunday, and I am back with another The Paper Players Design Team card.  This week I am hosting a color challenge:  Crisp Cantaloupe, Lost Lagoon, Sahara Sand.  I thought this trio of colors would be a refreshing change from the colors of the holidays and winter. I hope you enjoy my “cleaner and simpler” card!

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This finished card measures 4-1/4″ wide by 5-1/2″ long.

  • With a snip-snip here! After stamping the Love is Kindness image directly onto Something Borrowed Designer Series Paper, I stamped it onto Crisp Cantaloupe and Lost Lagoon Designer Paper.  I then snipped and paper pieced the blossoms and paper wrapping.  A Painted Bloom Cotton Twine bow was added.  Isn’t it adorable?IMG_1362-001
  • Banner! The “Thank You” sentiment is from Painted Petals. I created the banner using the Banner Framelits, and “popped” it up on Stampin’ Dimensionals to add more depth.IMG_1365

Bows! I opted to top the banner with a beautiful double bow, crafted from Lost Lagoon ribbon.  This ribbon has such a beautiful silky sheen to it!IMG_1362-002If you are wondering where the rest of the Love is Kindness image is…the quote by Robert Louis Stevenson: “The essence of love is kindness”…I snipped it off!  This gives me the flexibility to use it wherever and whenever I choose without having to mask it off when I just want to ink up the flowers.  It’s a beautiful quote, and I know I will use it often.

Muffy Update

5c1e4219756a35b0bd2bd25d17501175Because many of you emailed me wondering about Muffy, here is an update.  Muffy is not ready to visit the “bakery” yet, so there are no “Mini-Muffins” in the oven.   Dr. Rita checked her on Monday, and said she is healthy and nothing is wrong.  Muffy is quite the celebrity at the vet’s office, and everyone is as anxious as I am for the pitter-patter of tiny paws.  But we will have to wait on Mother Nature, who is taking her own sweet time.  What you are seeing is Muffy’s ad which will be in the February edition of The Boxer Ring magazine.

It was refreshing to create a “cleaner” card than I usually make. But you know me,  I was thinking about adding a pearl or two.  I resisted the tempation.  Then I thought about sequins, and resisted the temptation.  I still think it looks a little bare, but I am not sure what I would add.  I truly admire those who create Clean and Simple cards.  What do you think about my clean and simple effort? Won’t you let me know in your comment today?  Your comments are important to me.  And remember, if you ever have a question about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away.  Until next time…

The Paper Players Design Team

Ann Schach
Anne Marie Hile
Claire Broadwater
Jaydee
Joanne James
Laurie Schmidt
LeAnne Pugliese
Nance Leedy
Sandy Mathis
Debbie Mageed
Karren Johnson
Shannon Jaramillo

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Butterfly Basics for Pals Paper Arts

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It’s time for another challenge from Pals Paper Arts! This week we have a color challenge featuring Island Indigo, Pool Party, and Soft Sky.  Because I am so in love with the new Butterfly Basics stamp set from the Occasions Catalog, I pulled it out to create this soft and serene card. I hope you enjoy it.

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This finished card measures 4-1/4″ wide by 5-1/2″ long.

  • Butterfly and bokeh! The Lacy Butterfly image from Butterfly Basics was stamped in Island Indigo onto the Soft Sky paper from the Painted Blooms Designer Series Paper collection. I then used a Sponge Dauber to add circles of Island Indigo and Pool Party all around the butterfly, replicating the bokeh technique.  The effect is soft and serene.  An Island Indigo Butterfly was inked and punched out with the Butterflies Thinlits, and adhered atop the original image.  A few pearls accent the lacy wings.

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  • A banner sentiment! “There is nothing in the caterpillar…” is a beautiful quote from Buckminster Fuller.  For this card, it was inked in Night of Navy and stamped onto the Soft Sky paper from Painted Blooms.  A Banner Framelit was used to create the banner.

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  • Layered blossoms! The Flower image was stamped onto the paper that protected the cover of the Occasions Catalog. I needed paper with s subtle hint of green for the leaves and stem, and this paper coordinated well with the Pool Party fern which had been stamped onto the background.  I snipped out the entire image.  Next, the image was stamped a second time onto the Soft Sky designer paper, and the petals were snipped out.  The petals were adhered into position on the first image. The entire thing was popped up onto the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

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It is certainly not butterfly weather here in SE Iowa.  In fact, it’s going to be a three dog night this evening.  As I am writing up this post Wednesday afternoon, it’s zero degrees with a wind chill of -19.  Tonight’s air temperature is predicted to be -13.  On nights like tonight with a drafty two story house, three snuggling Boxers will be a blessing!

I hope you enjoyed today’s card.  As I mentioned earlier, this is one of my favorite sets from the Occasions Catalog.  How about you?  Have you picked out a favorite set yet? Won’t you let me know in your comment today?  If I have it, I just might design a card with it.  And remember, if you have a question about the cards I create, or the techniques I use, I am only an email away! Until next time…

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Tuesday’s Weekly Deals, Specials, and Occasions Catalog Shares…An Information Round-Up

It’s here!  The Occasions Catalog is LIVE!

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The Occasions Catalog is LIVE now!  This catalog is filled to the brim with spring items and fun kits!  It runs from January 6 – June 2, 2015.

Earn even more with your Sale-a-bration Rewards!

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FREE PRODUCT!  For every $50 in product you spend (before shipping and tax), get a Sale-A-Bration gift FREE.  Click to download the Sale-A-Bration Catalog and see the FREE gift choices.

EARN BONUS HOST DOLLARS ON-LINE!  Earn a $25 host dollar bonus with a $250 on-line order or party (before shipping and taxes)! Combine your orders with family and friends! This bonus is in addition to earning a FREE gift for every $50 you spend (before shipping and tax) during Sale-A-Bration!

SWEETEN THE STARTER KIT!  During Sale-A-Bration, sweeten the $99 Starter Kit Deal when you choose one of two FREE product BONUS options.

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Three share options will be available from The Stampin’ Schach with the Occasions Catalog. Here they are:

Designer Series Paper Share – $22.50 (postage included)
(Note: The Designer Series Paper is cut into 6″ x 12″ sheets)
• 24 – 6″ x 12″ sheets from each of the four new Designer Series Paper Collections (Birthday Bash, Painted Blooms, Sweet Dreams, Something Borrowed)
• 24 – 4-1/2″ x 6-1/2″ sheets from the two new Designer Paper Stacks (Stacked with Love, Adventure Bound)
• 4 – 6″ x 6″ Designer Washi Sheets (4 different patterns)
• 1 – 6″ x 12″ sheet of Chalkboard Paper

Ribbon and Embellishment Share – $15 (postage included)
• 1 yard of Sahara Lace Trim
• 1 yard of Bermuda Bay Sequin Trim
• 1 yard of Calypso Coral Pom Pom Trim
• 6 yards of Painted Blooms Cotton Twine (2 yards of three colors…Soft Sky, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi)
• 1 yard of Hello Honey Ribbon
• 1 yard of White Jute ribbon
• 6 Itty Bitty Accents Epoxy Stickers (1 of each size and style)
• 8 Sweet Dreams Designer Buttons (2 of each design)
• 3 Something Borrowed embellishments

I Want It All Share – $35 (postage included)
Includes both of the above shares
• Paper Share
• Ribbon and Embellishment Share
• Bonus: 50 Pearl Embellishments

Please email the following information to me at ann@thestampinschach.com or kimschach@msn.com:
• The Share in which you wish to participate
• Your PayPal email address
• Your mailing address
I will send out a PayPal invoice to you.

Until next time…

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