Posted on March 17, 2021

FREE Shipping TODAY Only!


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Yep, you read it right, FREE shipping TODAY only! I've been a demonstrator with Stampin' Up!® for over 18 years and I can count on one hand how often they've done this in the past. Actually, I think this is only the third time I can remember!

With a $50 minimum order today you will save 10% (the regular shipping charge) and if you spend more you receive free shipping on your entire order…any amount! Here are the details:

  • All order types qualify for this promotion (customer, demonstrator, workshop, and online).
  • Free shipping applies after the qualifying amount has been met.
  • The minimum qualifying amount to receive free shipping is $50 US (before tax).
  • If you are using a coupon code, please remember that coupon codes are non-commissionable and will lower the order’s retail amount. The order must still meet the qualifying threshold to be eligible for free shipping.
  • Free shipping only applies during the 24-hour period the promotion is live; this means that the order must be opened and closed on 17 March 2021.
  • With the exception of month-to-month Paper Pumpkin subscriptions, all Stampin’ Up! products qualify for the promotion.
  • Prepaid Paper Pumpkin subscriptions are eligible for FREE shipping under the same rules as all other Stampin’ Up! items during the promotion.
  • Month-to-month Paper Pumpkin subscriptions are NOT eligible for free shipping. Subscriptions billed and shipped this month will be charged for the normal amount ($22.00 USD  shipping included) + tax.

I am going to stock up on cardstock and adhesive for sure! I'll probably add a couple of things from my wish list, too (yep…I don't own everything in the catalog yet, so I also have a wish list)! 😀

You can order online, just click HERE. If you would rather email me or text (214/293-4461) me your order, that's perfect, too! Just remember, FREE shipping TODAY only!


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Posted on March 15, 2021

BEWARE The Ides of March!

Classes and Events/ Kitchen Sink

Hey Stampers!  I have a fun contest for today but first, I wanted to share something interesting about today's date. We'll come back to the “BEWARE The Ides of March”! part in a minute.

Today is March 15, known around the world as The Ides of March. Do you have any idea what “ides” means? I didn't, so I looked it up. In the Roman calendar, it was a day roughly falling in the middle of several months (March, May, July, October) and the 13th of other months. Romans actually used the “ides” to calculate other events on the calendar. Fun fact, ‘eh? Let's move on to see why we should “BEWARE The Ides of March”!

If you are a history buff (or maybe you just like Shakespeare), you might recognize the Ides of March as the day Julius Caesar met his demise. A prophet warned him of his death by greeting him with the “Beware the Ides of March”! phrase. It kind of stuck, and even in some cultures today, superstitious folks still believe that phrase might foreshadow something unpleasant. I bet there are also some college kids who use this to play pranks on their friends. now that you know I'm not just another pretty stamper, (haha), but have some other knowledge sitting just below the surface, let's get on to the fun contest for today!

If you are the first person to email me (or leave the correct answer in a comment here on my blog) with the correct number to fill in this sentence below:

MARCH 15th is the ____ day on our calendar

I will send you 5 “wow” cards from my personal stash AND an assortment of ribbons lengths that you can use in your own cardmaking.

Ready…set….GO! Find the answer! (try not to use google)



P.S. from now on, don't be afraid if YOU hear the phrase, Beware The Ides of March) 😁


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Posted on March 9, 2021

How Can I Help You?

Kitchen Sink

Hey Stampers and Crafters! Today I have a simple question for you. How can I help you? I'd love for you to email me what challenge you face in your cardmaking.

I offer a weekly email newsletter with lots of great information and one of the emails someone gets when they first join my email community is a “quick question” email. This is also centered around being able to offer my help. If you aren't already a subscriber, I invite you to join HERE. You'll get a free gift just for doing so, no commitment or pressure.

If you like to learn with videos, I have two channels where I have lots of free videos with great info for cardmaking:

Be sure to “like” me on Facebook so you'll know every time I go “live” and subscribe to my YouTube channel so you get notified every time I publish a new video.

You can even tell me how I can help you by simply posting a comment below, too. Let's connect!


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