Thursday, August 28, 2008

Tart and Tangy Treat Holders

Raidis, my friend, out done herself again! I like her work and wanted to share with you what she makes. They're just dandy. Here is what she made last night and here is what she had to express: Where has the summer vacation gone? I created this little treats holder and will tuck them inside their lunch boxes next week. For a yummy surprise!
You can have a piece of these yummy treats too! Here are Handmade Treat Holders. These yellow treat holders were made from Stampin' Up cardstock in Yoyo Yellow, stamped with SU ink in Pumpkin Pie. The center lemon circle were punched with 2 different SU punchers and fixed with a silver brad. The lemon stamp is from Stampin' Up's TART & TANGY set, while the sentiment "You're Absolutely Fabulous" is from SU's ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS set. The white scallop edge was created with SU cardstock in Whisper White and made with the newest SU Scallop Edge Punch.

Then add the Starburst Fruit Chews Lemon Flavor candies as the candy treat!

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Halloween Bookmarkers

Happy Tuesday! Today, I'd like to share with you a project I made this weekend with my friends. The kids are all bookworms and they wanted to make bookmarkers for their new books. Since Halloween is near again and I just got this wonderful Stampin Set "Batty for You" as a gift from Raidis for my Bday... hehe.. thanks Raidis, I decided to have the kids choose a design for their bookmarkers. I used Basic Black, Whisper White and Only Orange cardstocks, Scallop Circle Punches, 1-1/4 circle punch and satin ribbons that I marked with black pen markers to add a stich like design. And most importantly the giant paper clip which I bought in Walmart. I made 2 combinations of the stamped bat design "I'm Batty for You" with the white and the orange cardstock so I can put it on the front and back. Remember to dot your scallop circles with a white gel pen. Ok have fun making it!

A Simple Useful Tip

If you are piercing your paper to put brads on it or just giving it a punch hole look, you can use this tip. It's just right in your kitchen, an unused sponge. It easily gives you the cushion while you pierce a hole on your paper. Very easy, very practical and inexpensive! Your kitchen sponges come available in any color (pink, yellow, blue, green, purple, etc...). I will be featuring a list of all my simple useful tips in the side columnn blogs for your future reference as well as techniques.

Have a nice day!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A Gift for Tia

My mom came to me and asked me to make a 12x12 premade scrapbook page for Tia, the granddaughter of her friend. The party is on Saturday and I just made sure it made it in time.

We bought a beautiful 12x12 white frame at Michaels, which was on sale at 40% off. What a deal and what timing.

I started with Stampin' Ups textured Papers - "Barely Banana" , "Pretty in Pink" and "Close to Cocoa" Then got some few Jolee's stickers and KC&Company flower stickers with a touch of my cute tear bear which is hand made and hand torn by myself. I used some Cricut die cuts for the lettering and used Stampin' Up Scallop Punches, that spelled "Tia is One" and also hand made the lovely 2 tier cake.

My mom wrote and dedicated at the back of the frame, "Memories to cherish for a lifetime".

You're wondering how we gift wrapped it. We didn't. We just tied a pretty white sheer ribbon and made a little tag made of Stampin Up "Close to Cocoa" and "Pretty in Pink" textured paper stamped with the SU "Sweet One" stamp from the set "So Many Scallops". And Whola!!!

I'm a New Stampin' Up Demonstrator

Finally, it's set! I'm a new Stampin' Up Demonstrator! I just signed up this month and couldn't take my eyes away from the catalogue. It just opened up a new door of rewards, freebees and business opportunities for me. This will definitely be a new experience for me and I just can't wait to go out there and perform my workshops!

Tune in for the very first workshop! I shall post a schedule blog for our activities regarding Stampin' Up activities and discounts! Let me know if you want an early sign up. Don't forget to check out the new online catalogue. Please email me if you'd like to get a hard copy at

Keep on smiling! Kay

Monday, August 25, 2008



As a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator You Get:
1. To enjoy 20% instant income on all purchases (that's an instant 20% savings)

2. To earn up to 40% commission on personal purchases and customer sales

3. Extra income. You'll earn extra income based on your sales and recruiting--how much extra income is up to you. Maybe you just want enough income to pay the electric bill every month, or maybe your goal is bigger--the monthly payment for your new car--it's your decision! See the Compensation Table for more information.

4. To receive our full color Stampin' Success monthly magazine - great tips, techniques, samples

5. To host a Demonstrator only website that allows your family and friends to shop online from you 24 hours a day

6. To attend Stampin' Up! demonstrator events - Convention, Regionals, my Local Stamp Group events and special events just for my direct recruits.

7. To know about specials, retiring items, company announcements before the public is informed

8. To earn extra income for holidays or to help out in these economic tough times

9. Support from Stampin' Up! with support materials, including a monthly magazine, workshop ideas, and audio and video trainings on all kinds of topics available on our Demonstrator Web Site.

10. To enjoy the perks on your terms - as little or as much as you like - what days of the week, how many days of the week - what types of events

11. Credit for your personal purchases - anything we purchase as Stampin' Up! demonstrators counts toward our low $300 quarterly minimum, great rewards program, career milestones, monthly overrides, promotions, free mini catalog program

12. To receive the catalog and minis mailed to you FREE throughout the year

13. To enjoy hostess benefits and income - as Stampin' Up! demonstrators we are allowed to be our own best customer and receive all the perks of being a hostess AND a demonstrator.

14. To enjoy tax benefits of owning your own business - wouldn't you love to write off travel for business, designer series papers, the BIG SHOT, and more?

15. To be recognized for your efforts of sales, recruiting and promoting

16. Flexibility in how you generate sales - home parties, catalog shows, clubs, classes, direct orders, personal orders, craft fairs, sales of finished product - Stampin' UP! provides multiple streams of income - there is no one way to generate income from sales of product - find the way that works best for you or enjoy several avenues.

17. To see the new Catalog and each Mini Catalog First

18. To take advantage of Demonstrator only bulk buy items

19. To attend the Luv 2 Stamp Group meetings - or participate long distance, join our Luv 2 Stamp Group swaps, and to join our Luv 2 Stamp Group Yahoo group.

20. As a new priviledge, you are exclusively invited to join Stampin Connection. This site is genuinely the greatest social network site (like FB) for SU demonstrator. You will see an explosion of project ideas and videos as well as discussions on anything about the business or products of SU. You get to meet the Top Performers and great innovators and get tips from them too! It's just an amazing site. I always thank SU! for coming up with this network site. Check it out by signing up as a demonstrator. You won't regret it. It's just amazingly helpful!

21. My support - With my experience I have worked with my upline as fast as I could at all levels and know I can help you reach whatever personal goals you set for yourself (as I did)- whether you want to just enjoy the discount, dabble as little or as much as your time allows month to month or go for greatness, I have supported demonstrators in each of these phases.

I know that you will have fun, make new friends and never pay full price again as demonstrator. I also know that anything is possible when you are in control of your destiny.

Let me help you on the path to making Stampin' Up! be what YOU want it to be.

JOIN NOW : Ask for more details by emailing me and I will provide an Authorization code for you. Click here to JOIN!!!

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