Showing posts with label tuesday tips. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tuesday tips. Show all posts

August 22, 2017

Tuesday's Tips and So Much More

Hello and happy Tuesday. And you know what that means right? Yep, I have a brand new tip to share with you because don't you just Hate it, and I do mean Hate with a capitol H, when your photopolymer stamps lose their "sticky" and fall off the block....and have you noticed, they fall off AFTER you get it all inked up and you're hovering over your project just ready to connect it with your paper in just the right place, and WHAM O! it falls off the block and plops, inky side down, in the worst possible spot of your project? Happens every time, but, alas, there is a way to restore the sticky to your stamps. Check out the video here:
I also wanted to let you know, that Stampin' Up! has added a number of amazing products onto the Clearance rack last week at some UH-mazing prices, so be sure to check them out. Just make sure, if you shop that you use the Host code you can find over to the right; and whatever you do, don't wait because when this stuff is gone, it's gone forever.

Paper Pumpkin is also on sale this month for first time subscribers. Yes, if you sign up by September 10th, you will receive the September kit 50% off! That's $9.98 +tax for your first kit then 19.95 +tax there after. Paper Pumpkin makes a great gift for the busy crafter in your life or the young crafter too. It's a great way to grow your ink color collection as well as collect some great photopolymer stamp sets too. These kits are all inclusive making them great for taking on the road with you as well. Just some food for thought.

Stampin' Up! has an early release stamp set to get us started on our Christmas crafting to help us alleviate the big seasonal rush; Carols of Christmas bundle. So many possibilities with this one bundle. The Card Front Builder Framelits alone are just amazing.
As August begins to wind down, time is running out on using those bonus coupons you earned in July! Don't let those expire on you, use them today toward your Clearance Rack purchase and/or the Carols of Christmas early release stamp set? Don't miss out on the awesomeness. Just as a reminder, if you order is less than $150, use the host code at the right. 

If you have placed an order with me within the year, I had the new holiday catalog sent to you if you're not local to me, otherwise I hand delivered them; however, for those that receive them by mail, you should start seeing them arrive at any time. If you do not receive your catalog by then end of this week, please let me know and if you are brand new here and would love a catalog, please reach out to me so that I can get one into your hot little hands...there is nothing like sitting with your favorite beverage going through the pages one by one. Yes, come September 1st, you can view the catalog on line, but it just isn't the same experience, so contact me today to get your catalog and I will get it into the mail for you for the cost of shipping only.
Have a great day and Happy Stamping,

August 8, 2017

A New Series - Tips For Tuesday - How to Refill Your Stampin' Write Markers

Good Morning and Happy Tuesday!  I really hope you're off to a great start where ever you happen to be. 
Today, I want to introduce you to my new weekly series; Tips for Tuesday. It is where I will answer your questions regarding products and how to's. So, please feel free to continue to send me your questions and I will get them answered each Tuesday. 
For our first Tip for Tuesday, I want to explain how to refill your Stampin' Write Markers. To begin, you will need to gather up a few supplies. You will need your marker that you would like to refill; the coordinating bottle of reinker; a pair of tweezers; and a bowl or container. 
You will start by pulling the brush tip from the marker barrel using the pair of tweezers ( this is the end indicated by the thick white band going around the marker barrel). Just pull straight up and out. Place the brush nib into the container and drop a couple of drops of reinker directly onto the brush nib; then squeeze a couple of drops down into the barrel of the marker and tamp down slightly onto the table to move the ink down the barrel. Once the ink has been absorbed into your brush nib, pick it back up with your tweezers and place it firmly but gently back into the marker barrel until it is firmly seated. Your marker is ready to use again. 
I hope you found this helpful and again, keep the questions coming and I will get them answered for you each Tuesday. In the meantime, Happy Stamping!

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