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Stampin’ Up!: Tin of Cards Video

Many of you avid stampers and paper crafters fell in love with the Tin of Cards on the cover of the Stampin’ Up! 2015-2016 Annual Catalog.  The striped tin is perfect for organizing hand stamped cards. I know it did the trick for me.  This Tin of Cards Kit has all the paper elements and embellishments needed. Any stamp set can be used to enhance the cards, but isn’t necessary.  All you really need to suppy is the adhesive. This Stampin’ Up! video shows you the “How To” and the products you’ll need to create your very own!


Stampin’ Up!: Wondrous Wreath

What would Christmas be like without a wreath? Well, there’s no need to wonder, because the Wondrous Wreath set has you covered, with two-step photopolymer stamps to add some dimension to your creation. This bundle set has nine stamps and seven matching dies. What could be easier?



To order this fabulous bundle CLICK HERE


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Here’s hoping you make what you love and love what you make!!



Diane Caro, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Five Stampin’ Up! Videos: Featuring New Products

Below are five Stampin’ Up! Videos featuring new ideas and products. Very exciting!







FLOWER PATCH STAMP SET (133207) and Flower Fair FRAMELITS (133731)




I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s share. If you need supplies for any of the video projects you can order them through my online store 24/7 or contact me directly.


I would LVE to be your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.



Diane Caro, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


Dyeing Stampin’ Up! Baker’s Twine

Since we’re on the subject of Baker’s Twine, which is something I always saved from the bakery shop, did you know you could dye Baker’s Twine??? Here’s a Stampin’ Up! video on dyeing the Bakers Twine and how to make a fabric flower:



To dye your Baker’s Twine, simply  mix rubbing alcohol and any color of Stampin’ Up! Ink refills. Mix a ratio of one tablespoon of alcohol to one drop of ink. For a darker and more intense color add additional drops, one at a time. Place the Baker’s Twine in the mixture allowing enough time for the dye to fully soak the twine. Lay the, wet, dyed twine on a clean paper towel to dry.  I use empty brad containers to mix the alcohol and ink. These seem to be the perfect size.


And…here’s an old post of mine on how to store Baker’s Twine


Have a Great and safe weekend!

Diane Caro, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator


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