Thursday, July 31, 2008

Pop-up card kits now available online!

Hello All!

We just uploaded the pop-up card kits. They have been such a hit at the shows that we anticipate excitement on the internet. It will make pop-up cards quick and easy. You can also so variations that incorporate family photos with the stamped images. Experiment and see what you can come up with. It is comical to see your family in 3-D on a card.

We are getting ready to head out to a 3 week back to back stamp tour. We will be at the Stampaway USA show in Cincinnati, OH on August 8,9, Novi, MI the following weekend and then Colorado Springs, CO the 23-24th. I will be teaching a class at the Colorado Springs show, so be sure you visit our website and go to the link to sign up.

We reformatted our blog to allow for comments. I have wondered if anyone had been reading the blogs, but with our stat results it appears it is being read. That gives me fuel to keep blogging!

Check out the newest in accessories for the season's designs. The bright yellow glitter can be used on the new chickies. All you need to do is add the Quickie Glue pen to the chicks or the 3D Lacquer and sprinkle. No need to color first. Really looks festive.

Our beautiful pearlescent papers are very elegant and great coupled with the new jewel tone glitters. Use the Glue Pad with the holly leaves or holly berries and sprinkle on the rich jewel tones. No heating necessary.

Thanks again for your stamping enthusiasm. It's because of you that we have been enjoying what we do for over 20 years. As long as God gives me inspiration and you continue to support us, we will keep stamping!

Your stamping friend,


Carolyn said...

I check your blog everyday to see if anything is new. I have started making my Thanksgiving cards(pop up) It is so much fun. I love cutting and folding the pop-ups. I finally got good on the folding. Have fun on the trips and have a safe journey.
Carolyn in Louisiana

Daniela said...

Yes, I keep reading and sending you emails, but they keep coming back. When you get some time, email me.