Monday, December 16, 2013

25th Anniversary RemARKable Blog Tour - Best of Snow

I love snow!  Yes, I'll repeat myself, "I love snow!!!"  Right about now some of you might be thinking of harming me by what I just wrote -- because I know some of you do not enjoy the wintry scenery that has blanketed our area lately  But I have to admit that this stamp theme is very timely!...

Welcome to the RemARKable 25 Years with Stampin' Up! Blog Tour!  This month the RemARKables are showcasing November's theme "Best of Snow." You may have arrived here from Jackie Bottomley's blog.  I really enjoyed her punch art snowman!

Here are three different tags that I created using this stamp set.  A few of them were part of my Christmas tags class that I hosted last week.

Aren't those hedgehogs cute?!?

Notice anything new in these photos???  I snuck a new product on a few of them from the Spring Catalog -- the Silver Baker's Twine.  How do you like it?  If you have any questions about these project, please send me an email or leave a comment.

Next up on the RemARKable Blog Tour is Tamra Davis.  Click on the image below or go to to see what wonderful projects Tamra has created for you to see.

Here is a list of all the participants in case you get lost or want to check back:

Nancy Amato
Melissa Bolinger
Jackie Bottomley
Susan Carlson
Tamra Davis   
Sherri Eddleblute
Lynn Embrey  
Kathy Hamrick
Crystal Kondo 
Deb Lehigh     
Anne Matasci  
Andi Potler       
Michele Reynolds
Sharon Tisdale
Janet Wakeland

Happy Stamping!


Monday, December 2, 2013

To My Loyal Readers

I am still here.  I have let my blogging take a back seat to the other obligations in my life.  As a wife, mother and the CEO of Stampin' Mom of Four I balance a lot of plates.  There have been so many promotions from Stampin' Up! that I have neglected to post.  Personally, I do not want to be one of those bloggers who only posts every promotion that comes along.  That can be a real turn-off.  I want to be a blogger who publishes real content -- CASED or not.

Over the past few months I have created some really cute cards, but I haven't followed up with taking photos and writing posts.  Instead, I have dedicated time to my current customers -- and juggling all of those other plates in my life.  Even though I am busy, I know I can manage my time better. 

The paper angel is one of the projects I am making for the Victorian Christmas Bazaar this Saturday at the Oil City K of C.  She's not quite finished. I still have to add a little stamp in the center of her glimmer circle.  I've got all the pieces ready to assemble.

As always, you can check out my web site to see what's going on here.

Take a listen to this song:

Happy Stamping!