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Facebook Live and New Host Code!

Did you see the Facebook Live last night?

Don't you just LOVE the April 2018 Paper Pumpkin Kit? It's called "You Are My Anchor" and it is FABULOUS!

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Here are a few photos of the April You Are My Anchor Kit. To view the video, you will want to click HERE. I also explain how to make the cards.

I added 7 sheets of Island Indigo Cardstock, 7 sheets of Calypso Coral Cardstock, and 6.5 sheets of Pool Party Cardstock. And I used PLENTY of scraps! Don't forget that Island Indigo is retiring, so that color is only available while supplies last (ink pad, refill, Regals Markers, Cardstock, Regals Cardstock). Get that before it is gone!
And finally, we have a new Host Code. When placing your online orders, make sure you use Host Code XXZBY6V3 and you'll receive a special gift from me in the mail when I send your Th…

LOTS of Updates!

Crafters -

Sunday evening, my Facebook Live Video showed me going through the catalog, page by page, and showing which items are retiring. I also showed a few samples of some of my favorites that are retiring as well. This is the LAST CHANCE LIST and when those items are gone... they are gone! You can see that video HERE:
**NOTE: If you are reading this via email, you may need to cut-and-paste the link to view the video.**

AND I just sent out an email to my customers. LOTS of information and updates are on it. To make it easy, I'm including the link here:

Hope you enjoy!


Last Chance / Retiring List!

Crafters -

The Last Chance / Retiring List is here and you may have few questions about it.

Want to make the List REALLY easy? Grab YOUR catalog, along with your Spring Occasions Catalog, and join me on Sunday, April 15th, 2018, at 7pm Eastern on my Facebook page (HERE). I'll be going through my catalogs and talking about a few of my favorite stamps, colors, and papers.

You can mark YOUR catalog as I'm strolling down Amnesia Lane with my catalog! We will be going page-by-page. Sometimes the list can be a little daunting, and this will make it quite a bit easier!

* Make sure you have a hi-lighter or colored pen/marker, so you can mark YOUR catalog as I'm going through mine. I have my handy-dandy RED pen so I can see the retired items easily!


OnStage Atlanta SWAP Cards!

Crafters -

I am safe and sound (and warm and dry!) here in Atlanta, ready for OnStage tomorrow.

BUT today, I am able to attend a stamping day with other demonstrators at a private event.

AND - there is a SWAP!

Want to see what I made? When doing 60 swaps (needed 51 for the organized swap and I wanted a few extras), you ALWAYS want to do ASSEMBLY LINE!

Remember - SPA - Stamp - Punch - Assemble! This is not mine. I heard it from Shellie Gardner at a Convention YEARS ago!

First, STAMP - stamping is ALWAYS first step when actually making the card.

Second, PUNCH - nowadays, punching means everything in between the actual stamping and the assembly. So punching, diecutting, ribbons, embellishments, all of those.

And finally, ASSEMBLE - the assembly is always the last step. I did my coloring using my Aqua Painters before I assembled on the card. AND I let them dry overnight too. Colors used are Cherry Cobbler, Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry (my favorite - NOT!), Night of Navy, and Elegant Eggplant. While…

This Too Shall Pass...

Crafters -

Sometimes it takes some BIG stuff to happen to really make us appreciate what we have!

I live in central Ohio, just southwest of Columbus, Ohio, about the center of the state of Ohio. It's a suburb of Columbus called Grove City, Ohio. Nice town and I've lived in central Ohio about 25 years. While I am a transplant, I like to call it home.


Tuesday evening, we had a bit of a storm. QUITE a bit of a storm. Like a tornado touched down in Grove City. The Columbus Dispatch (our local newspaper) advised that it was an EF1 tornado. This intersection is 0.2 miles east of where I live.

So, we have been without power since Tuesday evening. I know you will forgive me not blogging, posting, etc.

Thankfully, we are all ok; our neighbors and friends are all ok. And, as of right now, the only "bad" thing that has happened to us is we don't have power. All in all, I think we got off light!

I am now in Atlanta with my downline/Mom, getting ready for OnStage while hubs …