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100th Stamping Country Video Tutorial

Pennant Parade

Let's Celebrate

June 2 through June 5

3 Reasons to Celebrate

  1. The Beautiful, Chic 2012-2013 Stampin' Up! Catalog
  2. Stamping Country's 100th Video Tutorial
  3. Robin's Birthday

One common request that often comes my way- Masculine cards.  Why are they so difficult?  Today's video tutorial not only teaches you how to make the Easel Card, but it also shows you how to easily convert a feminine Birthday card into a Masculine Birthday Card with just one "Switcheroo".


Did you catch the feminine to masculine card making trick?

Pennant Parade

Here's the same Pennant Parade Birthday Card turned masculine.

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Stamping Country's is passing out Jewels

Place an order of $50 or more with Stamping Country June 2 through June 5 and you will receive your choice of "jewels" from me.*  Simply let me know when you place your order whether you prefer Basic Pearls or Basic Rhinestone. Add a little gem to all your crafting projects.

*May not be used in conjunction with BOGO EVENT.


Pamper Yourself with the Stampin' Up! Starter Kit and Stampin' Up! will throw in a few gems of their own.  

Get the details Here


Are you ready for a break?  Time out with the ladies?  

 Find out how Stampin' Up! want to pamper their hostesses  Here


Have a fabulous day,



Stamp Sets- Perfectly Penned & Pennant Parad

Card Stock-Raspberry Ripple, Midnight Muse, Pink Pirouette or River Rock

Ink-Raspberry Ripple and Midnight Muse

  • Basic Pearls, Raspberry Ripple and Midnight Muse 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon
  • Big Shot die-cutting machine, Stripes embossing folder, Apothecary Accents Framelits
  • Simply Scored Scoring Tool
  • 1/2" Circle Punch, Scallop Border Punch
  • Stampin' Dimensionals, Mini glue dots


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