Being Bow-Challenged & How to Get Around It

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I am dreadfully Bow-Challenged.  You may have noticed if you’ve been reading me for any length of time.  And, of course, you can tell by the photo.

I last mentioned this several months ago, in my Snowflakes on a Field of Green article.  In the article, I mentioned one of my ways I get around the issue.

I decided to collect some of my tips to help you if you’re Bow-Challenged, too:

  • Tie a bow around a card layer upside down, then turn the layer right side up.
  • Tie a knot (my #1 go-to)
  • Tie a bow from a separate piece of ribbon and adhere it to an attached strip of ribbon
  • Attach pre-made bows.
  • Make bows from the Bow Builder Punch (137414 – my #2 go-to). You can make single or double loop bows with this tool.
  • Tie a knot before you tie a bow if you’re using thin or slick narrow ribbon or twine.

If you need an answer to any question about being Bow Challenged or any other technique, product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com.  Just make your subject line the technique, product or tool, such as Bow Challenged.

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Eastern Palace Suite – Early Release

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You will be able to order bundles of goodies from the Eastern Palace Suite beginning next week, May 1stStampin’ Up!® is giving this suite an early release from the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog and making you a special offer.

There are two exclusive bundles:  the Starter Bundle and the Premier Bundle.  The Starter Bundle includes a free package of Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes.  The Premier Bundle includes a package of Very Vanilla Thick Card Stock (I’m so excited about this!!) and a package of Medium Very Vanilla Envelopes.  Both bundles give you an advance look at three of the new In Colors for 2017-2019.  The Bundle contents are listed below.

I have a special offer for you as well:

When you buy the Starter Bundle, you will receive a set of free tutorials with projects you can make with the items in the Bundle.  When you buy the Premier Bundle, you will receive the Starter Bundle set of tutorials, plus a set of additional tutorials for the other products in the Premier Bundle.    You will only be able to receive them free through May 31st.  After the end of the month, the tutorials will be available together as an online class.

The Eastern Palace Suite video gives you hints and takes you from concept to demonstration.  By the way, you can easily skip the first 40 seconds or so to get to the good stuff.

Starter Bundle:  English Bundle: 147196; French Bundle: 147198

Description Price
Eastern Beauty Photopolymer Stamp Set $60.50 USD
Eastern Palace Specialty Designer Series Paper
Eastern Gold Vinyl Stickers
Lemon Lime Twist Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Tranquil Tide Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Fresh Fig Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Very Vanilla Note Cards & Envelopes (new!) FREE!

Premier Bundle:  English Bundle: 147207; French Bundle: 147208

Description Price
Eastern Beauty Photopolymer Stamp Set $103.50 USD
Eastern Palace Specialty Designer Series Paper
Eastern Palace Cardstock Pack
Mini Tassels Assortment
Eastern Gold Vinyl Stickers
Lemon Lime Twist Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Tranquil Tide Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Fresh Fig Classic Stampin’ Pad (new In Color!)
Eastern Medallions Thinlits Dies
Very Vanilla Medium Envelopes FREE!
Very Vanilla Thick Cardstock (new!) FREE!

 

Eastern Palace Suite products are only available in Bundles for the month of May.  The individual products won’t be available until the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog debut.

You can order you Bundle (or Bundles) beginning May 1st.  Just return to www.3amstamper.com and click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar.  I’ll send you your free tutorials about a week after your order so they arrive about the same time as your Bundle.

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Spring Things Made My Day Card

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I showed you some of the components of my Spring Things Made My Day Card in my article, “Glimmer Paper to Dye For.”  The photo lets you see how everything came out!

The inspiration for dying Glimmer Paper came from using a previous design for my usual post on Saint Patrick’s Day.  I didn’t have any new St. Paddy’s Day images, just the greeting, so I thought about what I could do instead to make a new design.

One of my main elements for a St. Patrick’s Day card is the shamrock.  Heart shapes make good clover or shamrock leaves.  Just punch or die-cut 3 or 4 and adhere them on top of a stem.  I used heart Framelits™ and die-cut three shapes from the newly dyed Glimmer Paper.  I free-hand cut a stem from scraps of the Emerald Envy Card Stock

I missed making a St. Patrick’s Day card and I knew I was running out of time for making an Easter card, so I decided to combine elements to make a card for Spring.  Both of these celebrations occur in Spring, so the card design fits.

I used the chocolate bunny image and stamped it on Chocolate Chip Card Stock with the Whisper White Craft Pad.  When that dried, I painted the bunny with the Fine-Tip Glue Pen to give it gloss.  The bunny represents Easter, although I personally think it should be year-round.  It is chocolate, after all.  When the bunny was dry, I attached a medium Pearl Basic Jewel over the eye.  The bunny also needed something to emphasize it.  That called for a Blossom Bunch punch-out with Flirty Flamingo Card Stock.

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Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the product links in this article to order what you need to make your own Spring Things Made My Day Cards.

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Last Day to Register for the Watercolor With Ink Class

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In 11 hours, you will have missed the deadline for the Watercolor Effects with Pencils class!  You still have time to join in the fun and learn to put your stamp pads and ink refills to work in new ways.  Photos are from a previous class, yours will be different!

Date: April 26, 2017

Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm

Place: 2305 Jose Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401

Registration: $40

Registration Deadline: TODAY!!!

Sign Up Now to Reserve Your Space!

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Eek! Stains On My Wood Block!

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I hate to tell you, but stains on your wood block are going to happen.  This is a sign that your stamp is well-loved and well-used!  The more stains you have on the wood, and the more colors of the stains, the better!  I did a small article on this, Stains on Your Stamp’s Wood Block, several years ago, so I thought it’s time to mention it again.

The photo shows my Go-To stamp set, Teeny Tiny Wishes.  I first got it before the Clear-Mount stamps were available, so you can see my most-used words!  I prefer Wood-Mount for words because it’s easy to line them up and you don’t have to fuss about getting the word straight.  I also like Wood-Mount for large background stamps, but that’s another story.

The wood blocks are unfinished, so they love to soak up whatever liquid is around.  Unless you ink your stamp with robotic precision, you’re going to have stains, and you won’t have time to remove them before the ink soaks in.  There is no difference to the image you get from using a stained wood block.

I thought of using a Pledge® wipe or similar to help keep the wood conditioned.  However, you don’t want to use the wipe until after you’ve mounted the stamp, since you want all the gripping power you can get.

So in conclusion, stains on your wood block are no big deal.  They mean you love the stamp and use it often!

If you need an answer to any question about the stains on wood blocks or any other product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com Just make your subject line the product or tool, such as Stains on Wood Blocks.

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Beautiful You Gallery – Project 3

 

Beautiful You Gallery 3

The last project Guest Artist Rebecca Bolling sent me is a Black and White dramatic card featuring the dancer image from the Beautiful You Stamp Set (143004-Wood Mount; 143637-Clear Mount).  The Monochromatic Color Scheme highlights the dramatic effect.

The background is composed of two different patterns of paper that overlap each other and set off the image and sentiment blocks.  Embellishments include flowers with black and clear jewel centers plus flowers cut from patterned paper.  The four sizes of these flowers are stacked and adorned with pearls for the centers.

Take a look at the previous project here.

You can also make Monochromatic Color Scheme cards and pages with other colors plus WhiteNavy is a good substitute for Black, as is Purple.  A Dark Brown such as Early Espresso looks good with White.  However, Chocolate Chip would go better with Very Vanilla.  All of these make great Monochrome Schemes and allow you to add you own touches to create similar designs with the Beautiful You Stamp Set.

Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar to order what you need to make your own Monochromatic Color Scheme Greeting Cards.

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Beautiful You Gallery – Project 2

Beautiful You Gallery 2 Project

Today we have another design featuring the lady with the hat image from the Beautiful You Stamp Set (143004-Wood Mount; 143637-Clear Mount).  This is another one of the projects designed by my fellow paper crafter and reader, Rebecca Bolling, today’s Guest Artist.  Her first project was shown in the Beautiful You Gallery Project 1 post.

As she did in the first design, Rebecca stamped the image with a black pad on a white top layer, then again on a piece of green polka dot paper.  The hat and dress cut-outs fit over the stamped image to add color.

The Monochromatic Color Scheme consists of Black, White and Green in this card.  Black and White are very dramatic together.  The green touches add interest and elegance.  This color combination is also good for any occasion and goes very well on scrapbook pages, too.

The paper flowers are colored in different shades of green to coordinate with the dress and hat and the fiber strand down the side.  Pearls accent the flowers so they look complete.

Check back in a couple of days for the final project in the Beautiful You Gallery.

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Still Room in the Watercolor with Ink Class

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There are a few spaces left of the limited number in the Watercolor Effects with Ink Class.  Join in the fun and learn to put your stamp pads and ink refills to work in new ways.  Remember that the class designs will be different from the photos in the announcements.

Date: April 26, 2017

Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm

Place: 2305 Jose Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401

Registration: $40

Registration Deadline: 4/19/2017

Sign Up Now to Reserve Your Space!

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Beautiful You Gallery from Guest Artist – Project 1

Beautiful You Gallery Card-1

One of my fellow paper crafters and reader, Rebecca Bolling, just received her Beautiful You Stamp Set (143004-Wood Mount; 143637-Clear Mount) and went to town.  I’m very glad she sent me photos of her work.  It’s gorgeous and I’m happy to share the card projects with you from my Guest Artist.

Today’s design features the lady with the hat image.  Rebecca stamped it with a black pad on a white top layer, then again on a piece of yellow polka dot paper.  She cut out the hat and dress and adhered them over the image on the white layer.

The embellishments include silk and paper flowers that are colored to match the image and the trims.  The rhinestone embellishments look like they are colored, too.  You can do this with an ink refill and alcohol mixture, then brush the color over the rhinestones.

White and yellow flower trim is overlaid on a wide piece of yellow crocheted trim.  This is a perfect use of spare trim scraps.  You can save your scraps from sewing projects, or buy a sack of assorted scraps at a fabric store.

The color scheme is Monochromatic – black, white and yellow.  The combination is elegant and dramatic with the yellow embellishments softening the effect.  This color combination is good for any occasion and will also go very well on scrapbook pages.

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11 Hours Left for the Discount on the Watercolor with Ink Class

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The Early Bird Discount on the Watercolor Effects with Ink Class ends tonight – 11 hours from now!  Sign up now to learn to use your stamp pads and ink refills in different ways.  We will make two cards  with coordinating envelopes.  Remember, the samples in the photos are not the designs we’ll be making.

Note:  Class fees must be paid in advance and are not refundable after the deadline.

Out of town or can’t make it?  The class will be available online, too.  Stay tuned for this announcement.

Date: April 26, 2017

Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm

Place: 2305 Jose Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401

Early Bird Discount: $30

Early Bird Deadline: TODAY!!

Sign Up Here to Get the Early Bird Discount

 

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2016-2017 Retiring Stamps & Accessories Announced

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It’s that time of year!  Stampin’ Up!® has announced the retiring stamp sets and accessories from its 2016-2017 Annual Catalog and the 2017 Occasions Catalog.  The 2016 Holiday Catalog retiring products were announced in December.  I’ve included both lists here and on my Retiring Stamps & Accessories page.

Some of the items are discounted, so if any are on your wish list, order now before they run out!  The stamp sets will be available until May 22nd, when they will then be available while supplies last, but everything else is only while supplies last.  Remember that host sets can only be ordered as host items with Stampin’ Rewards…

2016-2017 Retiring Stamps & Accessories List

2016 Holiday Catalog Retiring Stamps & Accessories List

Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar to order what you need.

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Watercolor Effects with Ink Class

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Learn a couple of techniques to create successful Watercolor Effects with ink!  You’ll be putting your stamp pads and ink refills to work in different ways.

We will make two cards  with coordinating envelopes.  There may be a Quick & Easy Bonus Card as well – haven’t decided yet.  The samples shown are different from the designs you will be creating.  I’ll post an actual example later.

Class size is limited, so be sure to sign up early and reserve your space!

Note:  Class fees must be paid in advance and are not refundable after the deadline.

Out of town or can’t make it?  The class will be available online, too.  Stay tuned for this announcement.

Date: April 26, 2017

Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm

Place: 2305 Jose Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA, 95401

Early Bird Discount: $30

Early Bird Deadline: 4/12/2017

Register Now to Get the Early Bird Discount



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Glimmer Paper to Dye For

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(Sorry… I just couldn’t help myself!)  I’ve been making a new color of Glimmer Paper by dying it.  I got out a scrap of Silver Glimmer Paper and the Emerald Envy Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill plus some isopropyl alcohol and got ready to start creating a different color of glitz for my project.

The scrap was about 4” x 3”, so I decided to dye all of it.  I was using it to punch out three hearts, as shown in the photo.  I didn’t want to soak the Glimmer Paper, so I used a cotton ball and dripped equal numbers of drops of alcohol and ink refill on it.  Then I started daubing the color into the paper.  This method goes a long way and I found I didn’t have to re-ink the cotton ball before I finished.  To get the color depth, you do need to go over the area several times.

Lesson learned:  use gloves!  Even with water-based ink, it can take a few days to get the stains off your hands.  Let the dye job dry long enough, too.  I should have let it go overnight OR got out my Heat Tool and set it.  Luckily, I didn’t start making the project the same day or I would have had smears galore!  I recommend keeping the gloves on while you punch out or die-cut your shapes, just in case.

The Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper will give you a truer color, but it’s not as glittery.  The Silver or the Gold Glimmer Paper will give you the metallic glitter effect but with a less intense color.

Using Stamping Sponges instead of cotton balls will also work, but you may need to squeeze the sponge from time to time.  The sponges soak up the liquid more, so squeezing encourages the dye to come out.  In either case – use gloves!

I don’t recommend submerging the paper or floating the ink & alcohol combination over it.  The paper can warp while it’s drying and it’s harder to use the Heat ToolNever mind the time it takes to dry.  The only advantage is, you wouldn’t necessarily have to use gloves!

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If you need an answer to any question about Dying Glimmer Paper or any other product, tool or technique, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com.  Just make your subject line the product, tool or technique, such as Dying Glimmer Paper.

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Three More Days of Sale-A-Bration

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Sale-A-Bration ends March 31st, which is in three more days (okay, two-and-a-half by the time you see this).  Stampin’ Up!® snuck in a few catalog items during the last week that you can select for free with your $50 purchase.  Be sure to use the numbers listed here or you won’t get the free version.

 

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Remember to use THESE numbers for your free Sale-A-Bration items:

147361 2016-2018 In Color 8-1/2” x 11” Cardstock
147365 Party Animal Designer Series Paper
147363 Succulent Garden Designer Series Paper
147364 Tasty Treats Specialty Designer Series Paper
147362 Party Animal Designer Washi Tape

Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Also remember that you may select a free Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you order through March 31st.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar to take advantage of Sale-A-Bration.

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What To Do With Teeny Tiny Dies

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I used teeny tiny dies from the Up & Away Thinlits™ Dies for my Cupcake Carnival Birthday Card.  The images that coordinate are in the Lift Me Up Stamp Set and are also teeny tiny.  The balloon basket doubles as the cupcake base and one of the clouds is shaped perfectly for cupcake frosting.

The dies to cut the images are so small that they’d be swallowed up by Post-It™ Notes, even the 1-1/2” x 2” size.  They really need to be taped down so the image doesn’t shift, even on the Big Shot™ Magnetic Platform.

Then I remembered my Washi Tape.  The Affectionately Yours Designer Washi Tape set has a variety of widths, so I could use a small one.  The photo shows a larger die from a different set, along with the Washi Tape to hold it, because the photo of my teeny tiny die was too hard to see.

Washi Tape is translucent, so it’s not too hard to see the stamped image through it when you place the die.  Just be sure you use a dark enough ink pad to stamp the image and a light enough piece of tape to see through.

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If you need an answer to any question about Teeny Tiny Dies, Washi Tape or any other product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.comJust make your subject line the product or tool, such as Teeny Tiny Dies or Washi Tape.

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Cupcake Carnival Birthday Card

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I’ve wanted to make the ferris wheel image on my Cupcake Carnival Birthday Card with the die-cut cupcake parts ever since I first saw it.  The most difficult part was deciding on the color scheme.  I’ve used the Cupcakes & Carousels Designer Series Paper Stack (142744) quite a few times, so I thought I’d try a pattern from the Playful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack.

The pattern I picked is a combination with Sweet Sugarplum, from the Red-Violet Color Group, and Blushing Bride, from the Red-Orange Color Group.  These two Groups sandwich the Red Color Group and are two colors of a Tetrad Color Scheme.  However, I’m only using two colors (remember, Very Vanilla is a Neutral and never affects a Color Scheme), so I decided to call this scheme Analogous Plus.  Just skip over the Red Color Group and Red-Violet and Red-Orange are side-by-side.

The ink color is Rich Razzleberry, also a member of the Red-Violet Color Group.  This color combination is good for birthday, party, bridal, wedding, baby (especially girl), thank you and friendship cards.  It’s also good for scrapbook pages with the same themes.  I’d piece the Playful Palette patterns together to form borders for pages.  You can also make a color block page background with the four pages of each pattern.

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Real Life Color Coach LogoDid you know I have the Real Life Color Coach Hotline at 3amRLCC@gmail.com you may contact at any time?  And I will answer you directly via e-mail as well as posting the answers here.  The Hotline is perfect if you have questions about Sweet Sugarplum, Blushing Bride, Analogous Color Schemes, creating color combinations for other cards or pages, the content of any of the Real Life Color Coach articles, or other crafting color-related issues.

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Cloud Template You Make Yourself

I was working on a project for my newsletter and realized how handy my DIY Cloud Template was.  I also realized I hadn’t talked about you making one yourself in quite some time!  Like, 2008Part 2 was also in 2008, but part 3 was in 2009I think it’s time I put them all together for you.

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Making a Cloud Template is very easy.  Grab your Card Stock scraps and your circle punches and start making cut-outs!  I had the most scraps in my Whisper White bag, but any color will do.  If you prefer, you can use the Layering Circles Framelits™ Dies (141705) with your Big Shot™ Die-Cutting Machine (143263) and cut out a bunch at once.

I used these sizes of Circle Punches, making 1 of the largest and 2 each of the others:

Stroke adhesive along one edge of each circle with the Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), then let the glue dry.  The circles are repositionable, so you can adhere them together to make your Cloud Template, then separate each one to make circle masks.

I adhered the circles together in random order like this:

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Now your cloud template is ready to use.  I am going for a sunrise effect here, so I used different colors.  The retired Stipple Brush is shown, but you can use Stamping Sponges (141337) to get a similar effect.  Another trick you might try is to use the Whisper White Craft Stampin’ Pad (101731) on colored Card Stock.

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If you need an answer to any question about making your own Cloud Template or any other technique, product or tool, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.comI’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.comJust make your subject line the technique, product or tool, such as Cloud Template.

 

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Happy St Patrick’s Day 2017!

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I was looking through my files for a St. Patrick’s Day card that we could make using current Stampin’ Up!® products.  I had an idea of a card design from several years ago, but of course I couldn’t find what I was looking for.  I found one that had the concepts I thought of in my article “Orange St. Patrick’s Day Card.”  So… I’m using it for today.

In my original article, I gave the products used to create the card.  Today, I’m going with substitutes for your convenience.

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Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Also remember that you may select a free Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you order through March 31st.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar or on any of the product links in this article to order what you need to make your own St. Patrick’s Day Cards.

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Only While Supplies Last

Card Tin

If you wanted the Card Tin as your free Sale-A-Bration reward, I’m sorry to tell you it’s sold out and no longer available.  This reminds me that all the Sale-A-Bration rewards are only available while supplies last.

I don’t get advance warning of the inventory status of Sale-A-Bration items, so your best bet is to place your orders ($50 merchandise nets you one free SAB item) as soon as you see something you want.

Did you know you can also qualify for Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up!® if your order product total exceeds $150.  Remember that you may select a free Sale-A-Bration item with every $50 you order through March 31st.  Just click on the Order Online Button in the right sidebar to order what you need to make sure you get your chosen Sale-A-Bration items while they’re still available.

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Your Questions Answered – Right Away

question mark - visit http://www.3amstamper.comI had a couple of people email me last week with questions on different topics.  I replied and then realized that A) answering questions is a large part of what I do, and B) you may not have realized that I answer your questions as part of my business.

When you ask a question, I try to answer right away.  This is usually within hours of the time I read your email, but I don’t read my email all the time.  If you need an answer immediately, the best way to reach me is through my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.com.  Just make your subject line the product, tool, technique or subject you’d like to know more about.

I also reply to comments on my blog, if I see them.  Lately, it seems the update has reduced the ability of the blog to automatically notify me.  So, if I don’t answer you within a couple of days, e-mail your question or comment to me at mary@3amstamper.com.  Let me know you commented on my blog, to, and I will put my reply both on the blog and in an email back to you.

In Summary, If you need an answer to any question about a product, technique, tool or any other subject of color or papercrafting, feel free to comment below or e-mail me at mary@3amstamper.com.  I’ll send you the answer and do a post about it.  If you need your answer right away, you may always contact my Help Desk at 3amstamperhelp@gmail.comRemember to make your subject line the product, tool, technique or subject you’d like to know more about.

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