Friday, December 23, 2016

Graduated!


My daughter graduated high school in early June this year. We took off on a vacation right way to see another graduation - my dear friend graduate college after (some ;-) years! And then our summer was spent on trips, college prep and more. You all know how your summers can get away from you in no time. 

Well after most of my holiday preparations were complete I sat down one evening and finally got my daughters graduation in the books, while the memories were still relatively fresh. We wrote a note to her and included that in one of the pages. And i was able to grab some of the photos her high school had posted on Facebook. I finally fessed this up to my husband who was amazed at some of the camera angles I got. Yes dear, I am just that good! ;-)

Anyway, I won't be sharing all the pages, as some of the pictures and memories are too personal for here. What I did do was create a title type page, really a highlights page for the event. This layout - Squared Away 16 in the Project Life App, is quickly becoming my go to summary page layout. Pick 12 highlights photos and add a center title or highlight photo, or a journaling card and bam! I find that I am using this layout for the front page of a lot of bigger events that span multiple pages. And of course, I used the Graduation themed card collection from Project Life. 

Do you do a title page, or just a title pocket or a simple title, depending on what method you use for scrapbooking? I didn't used to do much with titling, other than a subject title, but I really am grooving on this idea of a highlights page. Of course doing something like this is easier when you are doing some method of digital scrapbooking, instead of traditional, where you would need to make sure you have duplicates of some photos. And if you gift any of your pages to family or friends, this would be a great gift rather than the entire collection of pages for the event.  Please comment below if you do much with titles or highlights page, or if you like the idea and might go try it now.

Thanks for stopping by during this busy holiday season, Sandy

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Photos to Take this Holiday



I took her great ideas and made a year in one page. I printed mine as a 12x12 page and keep in my studio.

Here is a great idea for pictures this holiday season. It doesn't always have to be just the tree and present opening. 

Thank you to Daisies and Dimples for putting this together. 


Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Organizing and Displaying your Scrapbooks/Memory Books



Here is a picture I have wanted to show you for a very long time. I recently, and I mean really recently, organized my pages and books for my memories (scrapbooks). First a little history.

I authored my first modern memory/journal (scrapbook) page in the spring of 2002. I went to a neighbor's Creative Memories home party. We completed one page. I liked it. I did scrapbook in high school and college using those awful tan paper scrapbooks. I still have them. In a tub. Hidden. I was also good at putting my developed photos into simple photo books. Pictures have always meant a lot to me and my dads family. Still do! My grandma Johnson, as poor as they often were, always made sure to have professional pictures taken, frequently. I am still finding some of these pictures. But I digress.

Spring 2002 first modern page. A year and a half later or maybe longer, I went on my first all day crop. I felt like a mess. I didn't know what I was doing, didn't know what supplies I needed. I had papers and some embellishments and certainly plenty of pictures and plenty of memories to preserve. I forged ahead. My supplies grew, or at least my designer paper stash grew to astronomical proportions. (Shhh...oh well, husband knows now!) I plugged away on pages. I spent a fortune on magazines and other resources. When my daughter started kindergarten and first grade, my son would play and craft with me in my space in the dark cold unfinished basement.

Along the way I joined Stampin' Up! because I loved the products and their Simply Scrapping kits! I continued to complete traditional paper pages, saving those memories as fast as I could. I often (okay always) got hung up on the creative process. My pages were detailed and over the top. Beautiful to look at but I just wasn't getting very far. Then in 2009 Stampin' Up! released their version of digital Scrapbooking - My Digital Studio. I was hooked. Instantly! I did not buy every download they released but it felt like it. Over time I think I amassed around 550 separate downloads. It just got to be too many decisions, to much to sift through for me. But I love digital. Me and digital art goes back to college too but thats a story for another time.

Over time, especially switching to digital I amassed a fair amount of completed pages. Guess what? They sat in their shipping boxes in tubs. All my completed pages, traditional and digital and then Project Life App prints were a mass mess of tub upon tub of messed up disorganized pages. When I started getting going in 2003ish I purchased a plastic 3 ring horrid binder to put some of my pages inside in sleeves/protectors. I outgrew it quickly. It broke. I longed for time and space to get this mess organized.

This fall I got a wild wild hair that i wanted the books on display for the holidays. Yes, I did! My husband also thought that might be nice. So after Thanksgiving he kindly hauled up all the tubs of crap. Well not crap, but a terrible mess. I had planned on hauling all this to a retreat and work on it but what a mess to haul and I wouldn't have enough room to do what needed to be done.

We cleared some space in the living room. I dug in and unboxed all the pages, pulled them from their "albums" hahaha. I made a very large stack of completed pages. And I still think I might have some missing, or never got printed. But can be dealt with much later. Husband helped me sort and organized the pages by years. I loved having his help but he was slow because he would stop and look at and read every page. I kept saying hurry, thats why I need to get them in books. He had no idea some of the pages I had done. I would print them and they'd come home and sit in those boxes, for no one to enjoy :-( And during this I had just sent off around 300 pages to be printed from Project Life. A chunk of them were for Christmas gifts, and extras for each of the kids books.

***I will address my switch to Project Life App in a future, probably long-winded, post.***

I then went and put the months in the years in order. Turns out more recently I often forget the date. Oops. Lesson learned. When I did I hand wrote it on the page and corrected the digital files. If I reprint or print extras, they will be correct. Part of why I love digital.


Next I consolidated, unboxed and otherwise organized my empty books, sleeves and posts. Here I thought I had so many books. Ha ha ha. Im so funny!

Sideline: plans for kids books. They will not get copies of everything family related, unless they specifically ask for it. We will be the master keepers of all the memories. I will print extra or created paper pages of what specifically relates to each child's story. They each have 5 matching post albums.

Back to the program: Maybe I am late to the show on this, I thought all scrapbooks, of post or ring style, would all be universal in size and post sizes and sleeve sizes. Nope! Nope! and Nope! All of Stampin' Up!s supplies were all interchangeable, thank goodness. But the books and supplies I purchased from Michaels for the kids books - Gretchen Green, Blake Blue, do not work with other manufacturers. I was crushed. I wanted to get this project on completed. I popped on Amazon and ordered some post extenders. Guess, what? the width of the posts work with nothing I have. My SU! sleeves do not fit my non SU! albums and those are the only sleeves I have. Argh! That may have not been what I said in the moment but it is version you will hear.

My sweet husband kept saying, where and what do you need me to get? I turned to him and said "I honestly do not know how to answer that". Sigh....

After some research, here are some of the ideas I came up with:


  • order one manufacturers posts and replace them all, or at least the ones that now need it, with a uniform system. The post extenders I purchased from Amazon look very sturdy.
  • start over and buy all one manufacturers albums and supplies.
  • Guess and make sure I have supplies for the kids albums and build their albums empty for now.
  • Switch to ring albums (thinking on this because I like the Black Leather Project Life ones in my store at Stampin' Up!)
  • Where does this leave all my mismatched albums?  Does it really matter? 
  • What else am I missing? 

After many back-breaking and thumb breaking hours I got the books in order and pages in them in order. I have a separate book for my Stampin' Up! related memories. I have a separate book for my Roadside Kitsch memories. Its a weird obsession I have. Turns out I am not alone on the kitsch! We have the family base stuff. I do not have a separate album yet, but pages for a future album, of family history and my history. Again, need info on what to purchase. I do realize those post albums can get heavy and unwieldy to deal with (hence the thumb breaking putting them together). And putting all those pages in sleeves proved to be a bit back-breaking, but fun to look at those precious memories. Part of why I am thinking of switching to ring albums. May not hold as many pages but easy in and out. Nice side binding to label. Not as heavy. Easy to flip open flat. Easier probably to get sleeves that work in just about any of them. Maybe I am wrong here. Seeking advice!

In any manner, for now, the job is done. I want to clip some type of poor mans labels to each binder until I figure out the rest. And guess what? My husband has looked at each page in his leisure. The kids know the books are there and will look at when they get a chance.

My husband was so happy about this he took the time to clear off a shelf in our "library" for them, dusted it off too. He chose a shelf which would be around eye level when sitting at the table. .We have 4 78"? old All Steel industrial bookshelves procured from Control Data where my husband worked, when the company moved. They sit along a wall in our dining area off the kitchen. It certainly creates a conversation in the area and creates an elevated coziness. Kind of classy looking.

Now you can understand why this was years in the making. I won't go into part of why that was, such as caring for young children, caring for my aging parents, dealing with my increasing mobility issues and a health crisis of my husbands, amongst at least a dozen other reasons. In other words, life happened. In a big way!

And since the books got on the shelves, I have completed over a hundred new pages. Yes. You saw that number correctly. And I have been putting together a holiday cookbook which I will have printed as a bound book as soon as Project Life has that as an option. This has been how I have been unwinding from hectic busy holiday preparations. I could watch TV or read or something else but I would rather read the stories of our lives. I am not sending those pages to the printer until I have an album solution though.

How many of you have experienced this and what did you do about it? Do you have matching albums? Guess I am new to the displaying piece and organizing and have a lot to learn. Please comment below.

I feel like an accomplished author getting this published just in time for holiday browsing. Its been a long and fun road to get here. And there is more road to be traveled.

Thank you so much for stopping by during this busy holiday season! Enjoy your time with family, Sandy

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Homage to Purple Reign Purple Rain

Hours after the news of Prince passing my daughter and I decided a trip to Paisley Park was in order. We just wanted to pay homage to the legend. I knew some people would have stopped by already, but little did we know how big it would get. And I can honestly say, 8 months after his passing and his loss is still felt in his hometown. Will we ever stop grieving?

First of all, we did not plan well for this. I am handicapped and brought nothing, no cane, no water, nothing. My daughter dropped me as close as police would allow. Yes, they were already blocking traffic in the area. And I didn't understand why, yet. She dropped me by the police barricades and parked 2 blocks away. I waited for her. 

We resumed walking, up a slight hill. You can see in the page above what we saw on arrival. Several news stations from around the country no less, were beginning to set up. Presumably for the evening news. People had been dropping off purple balloons, pictures, flowers and other mementos all morning and afternoon. It was probably around 4:30 when we got there. 

It rained briefly. None of us cared. Somewhere Prince made that happen and a rainbow appeared over Paisley Park. Bone chilling moment. Wouldn't have missed it for anything. My daughter happened to own a raspberry beret. That is now her ringtone too, the song. 

Everyone, and I mean everyone, was quiet and respectful. We were all in shock! The police seemed just as shocked. They just let the crowd do what it needed. Some sang gently. As we were leaving, the party could start! - port-a-potty deliveries!!!

We went to dinner and then drove back around the area, truthfully, we got messed up on the roads. But by 10 at night, a stage had been erected, with lights. People were packed together. Music booming over the area. No one cared. No one would sleep tonight. RIP Purple Reign!


Some of these images I gathered from the web, some I had taken. Purple ruled the Twin Cities for the weekend. He would have been proud of us. I do so remember Graffiti Bridge. Used to ride my bike or drive under it. Was always kind of dirty and nasty area.

My favorite homage to him was Corvettes - Baby that was way too fast! Simple and to the point.

Okay, now for some fun facts:

My mother knew the brother of one of his bandmates and former producer - David Z, quite well actually. My mother also saw him at the Cub Foods in Minnetonka in the early 90s shopping on a Saturday Night with his gal.

My mother-in-law knew his sister back in the 1960/70s. She worked for Hennepin County Social Services. Enough said about that.

And I toured Paisley Park, shortly after it was built. It might have been around 1990? My friends brother worked day security there. He took us on a "not official tour". And since there is no one to come after me for this now. I did touch the yellow guitar, even after I was warned by him not to. I had to. It had to be done! And I have several friends who attended parties there over the years. I never wanted to, wasn't my thing.

Its funny how many people had connections to Prince. Kind of like the Kevin Bacon thing except special to the Twin Cities. Even my daughters photographers for her senior pictures had been interviewed for a national news site because they were at his last party, days before his passing.

2016 has been a tough year of celebrity passings. It started harsh enough (David Bowie, Alan Rickman and more) and just kept going. We still have 10 days left. Don't wanna think about it. 2016 needs to take a timeout!

Oh, artsy details: these page were created using the Project Life App by Becky Higgins LLC and the Rain card collection.

Thanks for stopping by!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Ugly Sweater or not....


At our recent Diva Day Christmas Party we had an ugly sweater contest. It didn't have to be ugly, but it did have to use the Cable Knit Dynamic Embossing folder item 143537 found on page 13 of the Holiday 2016 catalog.

I didn't want to do the typical ugly sweater with pompoms or sequins or other manner of holiday goodies people deem ugly on their sweaters. Instead I thought, what other kinds of sweaters are there? My first thought went to fisherman sweater. How can you not love a vanilla/ivory wool sweater from Ireland? My mother knit one when I was in high school. I wore it a lot. Then it got lost for decades, and was recently found when we were cleaning up some boxes. It hangs in my closet now. Would love to lose enough weight to wear it again. I was a stick with a chest when I wore it back then. She did a beautiful job on it and it was one of the last things she knit. She loved knitting of all the crafts, the most. She had arthritis in her wrists and she just couldn't do it any more. 

First, my fisherman's sweater. 



I chose Very Vanilla as the sweater color and mounted it on navy, to represent the classic navy pea coat worn by the local Irish fishermen. The striped stick is supposed to be a fishing pole. I do not own a fishing pole stamp, and the starlight mint looking round thing is the reel for the rod. The fish is from  Bear Hugs on page 107 of the 2016-17 Annual Catalog. I colored him with the new watercolor pencils. 

To make the neck of the sweater I scored at every 1/8 inch score mark on the Simply Scored.  

I have forgotten where the greeting came from, but it is a current set. If I can name it I will update the post.

Second:


I have some fond memories of wearing cable knit cardigans. I wish they would come back in fashion as there can be something so comfy and delicate about them. This one is in Soft Sky, The Peter Pan collar was made using a circle cut in half. I used the white pom pom trim 141486 from the Birthday Fiesta suite on pages 11 & 12 in the 2016-17 Annual Catalog. The black pearls are the white pearls colored with a black sharpie.

Third:


This sweater could qualify as an ugly sweater. Its an old mans sweater. You know the kind, worn for decades, stains, tears, replaced buttons, but they won't give it up for something nice and new because of the memories and its broken in in the right places? I bet you pictured something your dad wore, or still wears. My dad certainly had one. And they always seem to be, as my mom called it, old man brown. Not tan, not dark brown, not beige, just brown! 

I did sponge over the sweater to give it the stained, lived in look. I added a front button placket and a pocked for tissues. See? I even added a mismatched misplaced button. And I put the sweater on a dapper denim card base, because they often wear old broken in jeans. 

It was a super fun challenge. Again, I tried to think outside of the box of what i have seen on Pinterest  using the cable folder. There is still time to place your order for the folder before the catalog ends on January 3rd. 

Thank you for stopping by.

Keep being creative, Sandy

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Layering Framelits Sizes from Stampin' Up!


You may want to save this handy dandy chart that someone else (cannot read the name for credit) put together. I just put it all together in one photo for you to save. 

I will be adding the new Stitched Shapes framelits sizes soon. 

Personally, when I am prepping for swaps I have 2 of each of the basic sizes for faster cutting, but it really does go quite fast anyway. 

Thank you for whomever put together the sizing! We appreciate little tricks like this to keep us stamping easier. 

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative! ~Sandy

Thank you for stopping by today!

Keep being creative, Sandy

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Year End Closeout Sale from Stampin' Up!


Drumroll please! 
Here is the list many of you are looking forward to seeing!

Here is a PDF you can download too: 
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2l8yj0AktWDTDltX0hKUTMtTkk/view?usp=sharing

Category
Page
Item
Description
Retail Price
Discount
Sale Price
Available
Host
3
142214
Cozy Critters (Photopolymer)
$9.50*
Host
3
143050
Des tonnes de joie (Clear)
$12.00*
Host
3
142223
Holly Jolly Layers (Clear)
$12.00*
Host
3
142220
Holly Jolly Layers (Wood)
$17.00*
Embellishments
5
141983
Candy Cane Lane Baker's Twine
$6.00
Embellishments
5
141984
Real Red 3/4" Stitched Edge Ribbon
$8.50
40%
$5.10
Embellishments
5
141985
Candy Cane Lane Designer Washi Tape
$8.00
20%
$6.40
Ink
5
141973
Real Red and Crumb Cake Stampin' Write Markers
$7.00
Paper
5
141981
Candy Cane Lane Designer Series Paper
$11.00
Stamps
5
142040
Candy Cane Christmas (Clear)
$18.00
20%
$14.40
Stamps
5
142037
Candy Cane Christmas (Wood)
$25.00
Bundles
6
143493
Cookie Cutter Christmas Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$35.00
Bundles
6
143495
Cookie Cutter Christmas Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$35.00
Embellishments
7
142003
Metallic Thread Combo Pack
$6.00
20%
$4.80
Stamps
7
142131
Yummy Little Christmas (Clear)
$19.00
Stamps
7
142128
Yummy Little Christmas (Wood)
$27.00
Bundles
9
143508
Star of Light Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$49.50
Bundles
9
143510
Star of Light Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$49.50
Stamps
10
142806
Banners for Christmas (Photopolymer)
$26.00
Bundles
11
143523
Greetings from Santa Bundle (Wood)**
$46.75
Bundles
11
143524
Greetings from Santa Bundle (Clear)**
$39.50
Bundles
11
143526
Greetings from Santa Bundle (Photopolymer; French)**
$39.50
Stamps
11
143032
Vœux du père Noël (Clear)
$19.00
Stamps
11
143269
Greetings from Santa (Clear)
$19.00
25%
$14.25
Stamps
11
142069
Greetings from Santa (Wood)
$27.00
15%
$22.95
Embellishments
13
141994
Warmth & Cheer Designer Washi Tape
$8.00
20%
$6.40
Embellishments
13
141996
Kraft Rope Trim
$5.00
40%
$3.00
Ink
13
141972
Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green Stampin' Write Markers
$7.00
Paper
13
141991
Warmth & Cheer Designer Series Paper Stack
$10.00
50%
$5.00
Paper
13
141992
Warmth & Cheer 12" x 12" Cardstock Pack
$11.00
Stamps
13
142054
Wrapped in Warmth (Clear)
$20.00
20%
$16.00
Stamps
13
142051
Wrapped in Warmth (Wood)
$28.00
Stamps
14
142175
Happy Ornament (Wood)
$14.00
20%
$11.20
Stamps
14
143164
Le miracle de Noël (Clear; French)
$19.00
Stamps
14
142139
Wonder of Christmas (Clear)
$19.00
Stamps
14
142136
Wonder of Christmas (Wood)
$27.00
Bundles
15
143512
Hang Your Stocking Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$45.75
Bundles
15
143514
Hang Your Stocking Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$45.75
Bundles
16
143527
Festive Season Bundle (Photopolymer)
$42.25
Embellishments
16
141999
Baker's Twine Trio Pack
$9.00
20%
$7.20
Stamps
16
142071
Festive Season (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Tools
16
141837
Festive Stitching Thinlits Dies
$26.00
30%
$18.20
Stamps
17
142134
Be Jolly, By Golly (Photopolymer)
$26.00
Paper
18
141986
Presents & Pinecones Designer Series Paper
$11.00
30%
$7.70
Paper
18
141987
Presents & Pinecones 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock Pack
$8.00
Bundles
19
143496
Christmas Pines Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$54.75
Bundles
19
143498
Christmas Pines Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$54.75
Embellishments
20
141988
Presents & Pinecones Designer Washi Tape
$8.00
30%
$5.60
Embellishments
20
141989
Silky Taffeta 3/8" Ribbon Combo Pack
$9.00
50%
$4.50
Embellishments
20
141990
Mini Pinecones
$7.50
Ink
20
141845
Emerald Envy Ombre Pad
$9.00
20%
$7.20
Tools
20
141831
Pine Bough Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
$7.50
20%
$6.00
Bundles
21
143519
Merriest Wishes Bundle (Wood)
$47.50
Bundles
21
143520
Merriest Wishes Bundle (Clear)
$40.50
Bundles
21
143522
Merriest Wishes Bundle (Photopolymer; French)
$40.50
Stamps
21
143062
Meilleurs vœux (Clear)
$20.00
1
Category
Page
Item
Description
Retail Price
Discount
Sale Price
Available
Stamps
21
142066
Merriest Wishes (Clear)
$20.00
15%
$17.00
Stamps
21
142063
Merriest Wishes (Wood)
$28.00
Tools
21
141835
Merry Tags Framelits Dies
$25.00
50%
$12.50
Stamps
22
142119
Christmas Magic (Clear)
$20.00
20%
$16.00
Stamps
22
142116
Christmas Magic (Wood)
$28.00
Stamps
23
143099
Souris de Noël (Clear)
$17.00
Stamps
23
142145
Merry Mice (Clear)
$17.00
20%
$13.60
Stamps
23
142142
Merry Mice (Wood)
$23.00
Bundles
24
143499
Santa's Sleigh Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$45.75
Bundles
24
143501
Santa's Sleigh Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$45.75
Stamps
25
142161
Jar of Cheer (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Bundles
26
143532
Seasonal Bells Bundle (Wood)^
$40.50
Bundles
26
143533
Seasonal Bells Bundle (Clear)^
$33.25
Bundles
26
143535
Seasonal Bells Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$33.25
Bundles
27
143505
Holly Berry Happiness Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$31.50
Bundles
27
143507
Holly Berry Happiness Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$31.50
Embellishments
27
141997
Christmas Trinkets Embellishments
$8.00
50%
$4.00
Stamps
28
142173
Twinkle Trees (Photopolymer)
$16.00
Stamps
28
143170
Joyeuse année (Clear; French)
$20.00
Stamps
28
142158
Wonderful Year (Clear)
$20.00
Stamps
28
142155
Wonderful Year (Wood)
$28.00
Bundles
29
143511
Jolly Friends Bundle (Photopolymer)
$29.50
Embellishments
29
142002
Mini Jingle Bells
$4.50
Stamps
29
142112
Jolly Friends (Photopolymer)
$17.00
20%
$13.60
Tools
29
141847
Jolly Hat Builder Punch
$16.00
40%
$9.60
Stamps
30
142167
Fa-la-la-la Friends (Photopolymer)
$17.00
Stamps
30
143088
Joie profusion (Clear)
$15.00
Stamps
30
142152
Merry Medley (Clear)
$15.00
15%
$12.75
Stamps
30
142148
Merry Medley (Wood)
$20.00
Kits
31
142004
Project Life Hello December 2016 Card Collection
$11.00
Kits
31
142693
Project Life Hello December 2016 Accessory Pack
$18.00
Kits
31
142695
Project Life Hello December 2016 Accessory Pack (French)
$18.00
Kits
33
142011
Tin of Tags Project Kit
$22.00
30%
$15.40
Stamps
33
143160
Coffret d'étiquettes (Photopolymer; French)
$21.00
Stamps
33
142180
Tin of Tags (Photopolymer)
$21.00
20%
$16.80
Kits
34
142012
Stitched with Cheer Project Kit
$24.00
50%
$12.00
Stamps
34
143146
Cousu avec joie (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Stamps
34
142182
Stitched with Cheer (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Kits
35
142994
Forever Evergreen Project Kit
$32.00
Stamps
35
143022
Affaire de coniféres (Photopolymer)
$17.00
Stamps
35
142184
Forever Evergreen (Photopolymer)
$17.00
Embellishments
37
142015
3/8" Glitter Ribbon Combo Pack
$6.00
40%
$3.60
Embellishments
37
142519
Fancy Frost Sequins
$5.00
Paper
37
142014
Fancy Frost Specialty Designer Series Paper
$13.00
20%
$10.40
Stamps
37
143026
Médaillons glacés (Clear)
$20.00
Stamps
37
142189
Frosted Medallions (Clear)
$20.00
Stamps
37
142186
Frosted Medallions (Wood)
$28.00
Stamps
38
143056
Fêtons les Fêtes (Clear)
$17.00
Stamps
38
142880
It's a Celebration (Clear)
$17.00
Stamps
38
142192
It's a Celebration (Wood)
$23.00
Bundles
39
143528
Here's to Cheers Bundle (Wood)^
$52.00
Bundles
39
143529
Here's to Cheers Bundle (Clear)^
$45.00
Bundles
39
143531
Here's to Cheers Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$45.00
Bundles
40
143516
Sweet Home Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$53.00
Bundles
40
143518
Sweet Home Bundle (Photopolymer; French)^
$53.00
Bundles
41
143502
Shake and Celebrate Bundle (Photopolymer)
$43.00
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Page
Item
Description
Retail Price
Discount
Sale Price
Available
Bundles
41
143504
Shake and Celebrate Bundle (Photopolymer; French)
$43.00
Embellishments
41
141998
Mica Flakes Trio Pack
$9.00
20%
$7.20
Stamps
41
143138
Parsemé de bons vœux (Photopolymer; French)
$21.00
Stamps
41
142059
Shake & Celebrate (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Tools
41
141834
Shaker Shapes Framelits Dies
$27.00
30%
$18.90
Stamps
43
143150
Souhaits coordonnés (Clear; French)
$20.00
Stamps
43
142209
Suite Seasons (Clear)
$20.00
15%
$17.00
Stamps
43
142206
Suite Seasons (Wood)
$28.00
Tools
43
141848
Seasonal Decorative Masks
$6.00
30%
$4.20
Stamps
44
142194
Mountain Adventure (Photopolymer)
$21.00
Bundles
46
143515
Paisleys & Posies Bundle (Photopolymer)^
$45.00
Embellishments
47
142021
3/8" Ribbon Trio Pack
$11.00
20%
$8.80
Paper
47
142017
Petals & Paisleys Specialty Designer Series Paper
$13.00
30%
$9.10
Paper
47
142018
Petals & Paisleys 8-1/2" x 11" Cardstock Pack
$8.00
Tools
47
141833
Pretty Paisleys Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
$7.50
20%
$6.00
Stamps
48
142198
Totally Trees (Photopolymer)
$26.00
Embellishments
51
142025
Halloween Night Enamel Dots
$4.00
40%
$2.40
Embellishments
51
142026
Halloween Night Designer Washi Tape
$8.00
20%
$6.40
Embellishments
51
142027
Halloween Night Baker's Twine
$6.00
20%
$4.80
Ink
51
141850
Black Ombre Stampin' Pad
$9.00
20%
$7.20
Paper
51
142022
Halloween Night Specialty Designer Series Paper
$13.00
20%
$10.40
Paper
51
142023
Halloween Night 12" x 12" Cardstock Pack
$11.00
Stamps
51
142229
Halloween Scares (Clear)
$18.00
15%
$15.30
Stamps
51
142226
Halloween Scares (Wood)
$25.00
Bundles
52
144437
Spooky Fun Bundle (Photopolymer)
$36.75
Stamps
52
142241
Ghoulish Grunge (Clear)
$20.00
15%
$17.00
Stamps
52
142238
Ghoulish Grunge (Wood)
$28.00
Stamps
52
142236
Spooky Fun (Photopolymer)
$16.00
Tools
52
141842
Halloween Scenes Edgelits Dies
$25.00
20%
$20.00
Ink
53
142032
Halloween Stampin' Write Markers (Pumpkin Pie and Old Olive)
$7.00
Stamps
54
142249
Halloween Treat (Wood)
$11.00
Stamps
54
142245
Mr. Funny Bones (Photopolymer)
$17.00
Embellishments
55
142024
Mini Tassels
$7.50
20%
$6.00
Paper
55
142029
Pumpkin Pie Glimmer Paper
$5.00
20%
$4.00
Stamps
55
142247
Jar of Haunts (Photopolymer)
$17.00
All items on this list are from the 2016 holiday catalog.
*Amount in Stampin’ Rewards; host sets can only be purchased using Stampin’ Rewards from a qualifying party.
**Bundle includes some products that are not retiring; refer to the Retiring List to see what individual products are retiring. ^While the items in these bundles are not retiring, they will no longer be available in a bundle after January 3, 2017. 

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