Wednesday, January 28, 2009


Well, I am back from Leadership Conference. I made it through my speech and we had the greatest time. To say my Team is a little "off" is putting it mildly.

The biggest and best news is SERENDIPITY. You are going to love this new Magalogue. Why is it called a Magalogue? It is the new home to 47 new stamp sets and new hostess sets plus ideas galore. It also has many receipes for some fabulous projects. I can't wait for you to see it! Check out the pictures for some of the projects we did and some of the trades.

Tuesday, January 20, 2009


It has been a very busy week here in spite of all the snow and cold. On Friday evening I hosted the first Stamp-A-Stack of the New Year. We really had such a wonderful time. Lots of creativity and even more laughs.

Yesterday we had a full house for Breakfast Club and again a good time was had by all. I used some of the sneak peek sets from the new Magalogue which will be released in San Antonio this week. I am so excited with these new sets as were everyone who attended BC yesterday. Just a reminder to anyone who is still interested in
purchasing stamps for our 1/2 price sale, there is still time. I am leaving for San Antonio on Thursday and will return on Sunday. If you get your order to me by 4:00 on Monday the 26th (the last day) you can still get in on the deal. This is an awesome sale and who knows if we will ever see it again.

Here are some of the cards we did at both SAS and BC

Thursday, January 8, 2009


We started the New Year off right with Breakfast Club. Dawn came over last week and I picked her brain (believe me when I say she is very creative) and so she shared some ideas with me.

The Butterfly card is a Thank You card that we all seem to need this time of the year. So we started off easy.

The second project is receipe book with 20 cards in it. Bound with the Bind It All and "glitzed" up with ribbons and gems. Just in time to write down those favorite receipes from the Holidays.
The third project is done with coasters and paper and punches and of course the Bind It All. Could we live without this? I don't think so. Inside is a package of Post It Notes.

The next item is a Sympathy card that was run through the Cuttlebug (another thing we cannot live without,) sanded and then colored with Earth Tone Chalk Kit. It is then layered on Bazzil Card Stock.

The Valentine card is actually made to hold Ghardelli Chocolate Squares. How cute is that? It is a great project to do with the kids for their Valentine Parties.
So our year has officially started. If you are interested in joing our BC or starting your own just let me know. It is a great way to get your creative juices flowing.
Happy stamping!