Sunday, November 30, 2008

LAST DAY for Current Specials!

Tomorrow (December 1st) is the last day of the HOLIDAY EXTRAVAGANZA SALE. Click HERE to learn more about this event, and the savings you can enjoy, then hop on over to my SU! web site and click SHOP NOW to place your order before these offers are gone!

NOTE: I understand the following bundles are now Sold Out: All in the Family Bundle, Santa's Stocking Stuffer Bundle, Curly Label Punch Bundle, and Mission Embossable Bundle.

Also, don't forget about the RUB-ONS SALE. You can purchase any package of Rub-Ons at a 20% Discount, THROUGH TODAY, NOVEMBER 30TH, ONLY!!! Click HERE for all the details on the Rub-Ons Sale.

Rub-Ons are a great way to bring exclusive Stampin' Up! images, and holiday phrases to your paper crafts, and home décor items, without stamps and ink! Hop on over to my SU! web site and click on the SHOP NOW button to order yours before the special is over.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

FREE Holiday Helper 12-Day eNewsletter

Are you looking for crafting inspiration this holiday season? Do you want project ideas to come to you? Would you like a little Holiday Helper to see you through the New Year? How about if you could get all that ABSOLUTELY FREE!?!

Look no further, I have just what you're looking for: the 2008 Holiday Helper. Your one-stop resource to holiday crafting enjoyment!

You'll get a new email every day, for twelve days, delivered right to your Inbox, with easy links to project instructions you can download and save, and all the latest news on holiday products and promotions. You have to see this to believe it, it's like a holiday magazine delivered to your Inbox, in 12 sections...although there are way more articles and samples in this magazine than advertisements!

All you have to do is look over on the right sidebar of my blog, under the red and white Holiday Helper 2008 graphic, and enter your name and email address in the little boxes provided, then click 'Submit'. Even if you are already on my email newsletter list, you STILL have to sign up in that box to get the Holiday Helper.

Here's what's in store for you, with your subscription to the 12 Days of Holiday Helper 2008:

12 Step-by-Step Tutorials, 11 Complimentary Gifts, 10 Easy & Inexpensive Christmas Gifts, 9 Handmade Gift Ideas, 8 Home Décor Projects, 7 Ornament Ideas, 6 Creative Wrapping Ideas, 5 Holiday Card Ideas, 4 Ways to Involve your Family and others in the Fun, 3 Scrapbook Projects, 2 Scrapbooking Theme Ideas, and 1 Creative Consultant (that's me) on Standby to Assist You!!!

Go ahead and sign up now--it's FREE, there is no obligation, and if you decide the newsletter is not your cup of tea (or hot cocoa), there is an unsubscribe link at the bottom of every there's no risk and nothing to lose. Please, enjoy this gift from me to you during this holiday season :-)

(Nov 26 thru Dec 1)


Click HERE to view, or right click to download, sales flyer listing of bundles available!

The best and fastest way to take advantage of this sale, is to visit My SU! Web Site, then click on the SHOP NOW button near the top right of the screen. If you have not visited this link on my site before, you'll want to quickly create a login before you shop.

I cannot stress enough the fact that QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED, so please act quickly to ensure you get the sale bundle you want! You are welcome to call me at 719-205-5957, or email me (at, to place your order for you, but you may not catch me in time to get all the items you want before they are out of stock. Holy cow, if you buy nothing else, at least take advantage of the opportunity to purchase the Curly Label Punch Bundle at a 30% savings!!

ONLINE ORDERING BONUS: The first 10 customers to place online orders of $50 or more, through the SHOP NOW function of My SU! Web Site, during the Holiday Extravaganza will receive AN ADDITIONAL $10 in FREE Stampin' Up!® Merchandise from me to coordinate with the items they have purchased. Items will vary in accordance with each customer order.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Holiday Peppermint Patty Basket!

This little basket holds 3 scallop punch covered peppermint patties. The original pattern can be found HERE, but I've recreated a new sample picture for this post, to use current stamp sets with current In Colors and Designer Series Paper.

I used the Deer Friends Hostess Stamp Set for the images layered on top of the patties, because the images are round and solid, much like the ones used in the original tutorial. However, if you're going to use the Punch Pals set to make the tag, you may choose to use some of the images from that set on your patties. Remember, you can stamp your image, color it, then slide your punch upside down over the edge of your image, and choose what you want to have showing in your punched circle! Popular choices are the snowman's head, and the penguin's head.

These make cute little gifts for the office, for school classrooms and teachers, or as place setting favors for holiday parties. You can stack 3 patties in each basket, either on their sides, or one on top of the next, as shown below:

Stampin' Supplies: Deer Friends (Hostess Exclusive Stamp Set - FREE), Punch Pals stamp set, Ski Slope Designer Series Paper, Baja Breeze card stock and ink, Riding Hood Red card stock and ink, Kiwi Kiss ink, Chocolate Chip ink, Whisper White card stock, Small and Large Tag Punches, 1/16" hole punch (for brads and tag), Earth Elements Brads (Ruby Red), Scallop Circle Punch, 1-1/4" and 1-3/8" Circle Punches, Linen Thread. And of course, you'll need some Peppermint Patties, in your favorite brand!

Monday, November 24, 2008

A Holly Jolly Fellow

I've been working on this project for the last couple of weeks, taking moments here and there to finish it, and I finally got it photographed today. I'm so excited about it that I want to go ahead and share it with you tonight, and I'll follow up with instructions/tutorials in the next couple of days. I think he turned out so cute, I'm so proud of my little Frosty! [Remember: click on any image to see it larger.]

This is a snowman card holder--it holds 8 cards and 8 envelopes, which have been modified to fit the cards. Each card is 4-1/4" square, which means you can get two foldover cards per 8-1/2"x11" sheet of card stock, with some leftover bits you can use to embellish the cards. The layered Ski Slope Designer Series Paper (DSP) pieces are 4" square, so you can get 9 pieces out of one sheet of 12"x12" paper. You can add ribbon to the cards if you like, or leave them plain.

It takes only one sheet of white card stock to make the snowmen, part of a piece of Baja Breeze card stock for the box in-between the snowmen, and part of a piece of Basic Black card stock for the hat, and the punched pieces. Then you just need a scrap of Only Orange card stock for the nose...or you can just get a Stampin' Write marker and color a scrap from the sheet of Whisper White card stock you used for the snowman.

This project makes use of the Coluzzle, and a few punches, including the 1/2" Circle Punch (buttons), Bojo Blossoms Punch (eyes), and the Word Window Punch (carrot nose). You'll want to have a Crop-A-Dile available if you'd like to use the Jumbo Eyelets like I did, and some Baja Breeze 1" Stitched Grosgrain.

Like I said, I'll follow up with more later, but I wanted to show you how easy it is to make a gift of cards this season. It's so easy, and the supplies are used so efficiently, that you can make tons of sets from one small order in an afternoon!

Keep your eyes peeled for more details, and a full list of Stampin' Supplies needed. Below, you'll see the whole set laid out, including the card holder snowman box, 8 cards, and the 8 envelopes (behind the cards--I chose not to decorate them, but you could layer some coordinating DSP pieces on the flap and front of each envelope to brighten them up!). And if you look carefully, you'll see that the cards use only Designer Series Paper, card stock, some Whisper White Tafetta Ribbon and Riding Hood Red Tafetta Ribbon (optional) and the Season of Cheer Rub-Ons. Click HERE for details on the RUB-ONS SALE, to get your supplies at a discount!!

And the great part is, the snowman box doesn't have to hold cards. He can hold a packet of hot cocoa, with a little bag of mini marshmallows, and maybe a candy cane or a chocolate covered spoon for stirring. Or maybe a bag of microwave popcorn, a small box of Junior Mints (both wrapped in DSP), and a video store gift card. These make totally adorable treat holders!

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Subscribing to My Blog with EMAIL UPDATES!

I had thought that I had enabled email subscriptions to updates on my blog a long time ago, but found out this morning that I apparently had never completed that process!

If you would like to subscribe to my blog, you can find the options for either subscribing in a READER, or via EMAIL UPDATES on the right sidebar of my blog. Look under the heading Contact Info & Important Links. You may also click on the links in this post, for your convenience.

Just as an FYI, a blog Reader is like a blog update Inbox. You can read all the new blog entries in a separate application, or on a web page you log into, as with Google Reader. If you subscribe to a blog via Email Updates, you will get a message in your email Inbox every time a new blog entry is posted.

You can choose either method, according to your preference. If you like getting notification of everything in your email Inbox, you might prefer Email Updates. If you subscribe to a lot of blogs, and you like the idea of keeping them separate from regular email messages in your Inbox, then you might prefer subscribing through a reader.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Christmas Card Class Stampin' Supplies

I wanted to share the supplies used to make each of the cards below, since the class is over now. Feel free to email me with any questions, or for suggestions on how to make these cards work with images from other sets you may have!

None of the cards use the same supplies, except maybe some adhesive types and extra sets of Paper Snips, so you can set up four different stations for them very easily. This would make a great activity to do with family over the Thanksgiving weekend.

Bella Rose Wow Flowers Christmas Card (top left) Stampin' Supplies:
Curly Label Punch Bundle (use punch and stamp set), Wow Flowers stamp set, Kiwi Kiss ink pad, Old Olive ink pad (for curly label only), Riding Hood Red ink pad, Bella Rose DSP, Whisper White card stock, Kiwi Kiss card stock, Riding Hood Red Tafetta ribbon, Earth Elements brads (Old Olive), 1/8" hole punch (holes for ribbon), Paper Snips, Stampin' Dimensionals (under label punch only), Mini Glue Dots (under brad-centered flowers).
Cutting Notes: Card base is 4-1/4"x11", then folded at the top. Thick strips of DSP are 1", thinner strip of DSP is 1/2", square of DSP is 2"x2". Flowers along bottom edge are hand-trimmed with Paper Snips from center of Wow Flowers Happy Birthday stamp.
Tips/Alternate Suggestions: Instead of brads use 1/8" circles that you've punched out of Old Olive card stock. You could eliminate the little flowers along the bottom if you want to keep it simple. Maybe substitute using the Scalloped Edge Punch along the bottom strip of DSP instead.

Deer Friend Christmas Card (top right) Stampin' Supplies:
Deer Friends Hostess stamp set, Heard from the Heart stamp set, Jumbo So Swirly wheel, Chocolate Chip ink pad, Versamark ink pad (ink up wheel in it), Baja Breeze ink pad (sponge on edges of scalloped square), Creamy Caramel marker (deer's nose and antlers), Real Red marker (optional hand-drawn heart at end of saying), Ski Slope DSP, Whisper White card stock, Chocolate Chip card stock, Baja Breeze card stock, 1/4" circle punch (for ribbon to wrap around and come through from back, to tie in front), Scallop Square punch, Stampin' Dimensionals (under deer only), White Tafetta Ribbon, Stampin' Sponge.
Cutting Notes: Card base is 5-1/2"x8-1/2", then folded on the left. Red layer of DSP is 2"x2" and blue layer is 3"x3". Chocolate Chip card stock layer is 3-1/4" square.
Tips/Alternate Suggestions: Try using the Bashful Blue ink cartridge in the wheel handle, if you don't want to mess with inking up a wheel using a Versamark may be light enough to work. I tried Baja Breeze with the wheel and I felt it was too dark and heavy.

Merry & Bright Christmas Card (bottom left) Stampin' Supplies**:
Merry & Bright stamp set, Real Red ink pad, Garden Green ink pad (to stamp and watercolor trees, also to stamp snowflakes on green layer), Big Shot & Top Note die, Real Red card stock, Garden Green card stock, Kraft card stock, 1-1/4" Circle Punch, 1-3/8" Circle Punch, Scallop Circle Punch, Horizontal Slot Punch (for ribbon to go thru on one side), Stampin' Sponge (for edges of Top Note), Blender Pen (to color in santa hat and scarf with Real Red), Real Red Striped Grosgrain, Stampin' Dimensionals (under scallop circle only), Dazzling Diamonds Glitter & 2-Way Glue Pen (for ball and brim on santa hat), Paper Snips (to cut "Merry & Bright" saying out in a strip), Mini Glue Dots (under Merry & Bright saying only).
Cutting Notes: Card base is 5-1/2"x8-1/2", then folded on the top. Green layer is 5-1/4"x4", then the corners are rounded.
Tips/Alternate Suggestions: You could use a different Real Red ribbon if you want. You could leave off the sponging of the Top Note, the Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, and/or the "Merry & Bright" saying to keep it super simple.
**Oddly enough, I liked this card the least, but my teenage daughter liked it the most!

Very Merry Christmas Card (bottom right) Stampin' Supplies:
Sock Monkey Accessories stamp set (gift pkg), Short & Sweet stamp set ("very merry" saying and snowflake), Ruby Red ink pad (for saying and snowflake),Ruby Red marker (to color pkgs), Bashful Blue marker, Certainly Celery marker, StazOn Jet Black ink pad (stamp gifts in this--you may want to do it ahead of time so guests don't get permanent ink all over, or smear it if it isn't dry yet), 1-1/4" Square Punch (gifts), 1-3/8" Square Punch (blue layers), Whisper White card stock, Ruby Red card stock, Bashful Blue card stock, Certainly Celery card stock, Large Oval Punch, Crop-A-Dile (1/8" punch on each side of bottom for ribbon to go thru), Bashful Blue Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals (under "very merry" only).
Cutting Notes: Card base is 5-1/2"x8-1/2", then folded on the top. DSP layer is 2"x5-1/2", and Certainly Celery layer is 2-1/2"x5-1/2".
Tips/Alternate Suggestions: This is a pretty simple card, it's just the coloring of the packages that takes a while. Be sure the colors are used on a different part of each pkg on each image--there are 3 parts (bow, pkg background, dots) and 3 colors, so it shouldn't be too hard. Maybe consider using Blender Pens with pastels if you don't want to use markers. You could also switch up the layering and move them around in a different orientation. If you stamp the packages in StazOn and punch them out ahead of time, the kids can color them in with markers or even crayons.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Longaberger Holiday & Collector's Club Baskets

I'm trying to make storage room for all my stamp stuff, and I have a number of Longaberger holiday and Collector's Club baskets that are taking up a good deal of the space I'd like to use. I love the baskets, but I don't end up really using them, and as a result, they've only been displayed a few times (in my non-smoking home). So, I thought maybe I'd share pictures of what I have, and see if any of you might like to give them a good home. I am only too happy to provide courtesy gift-wrapping, complete with "do not open 'til Christmas" tags on the package, along with a custom hand-stamped holiday card, upon request.

I'm not going to sell them directly from my blog, you'll have to email me and let me know what you want. The prices listed are my idea of what they are worth--feel free to make an alternate offer. I intend to charge only the exact shipping amount to get your baskets to you, on top of the agreed upon price(s). Please make sure you ask any pertinent questions before you commit to any purchase. Each basket comes with relevant documentation brochures and certificates, and these are in mint condition.

Here are pictures of some of the baskets I have...please click on any of them to see larger, more detailed images:

This is a set of 3 different sized "sleigh" baskets, each with wrought iron runners (which come in original boxes). Each basket features a holiday fabric liner, and a plastic protector. The large and medium baskets feature divided protectors.

Two Basket set, each featuring fabric liner and plastic protector. Larger basket features lid with red knob, and handle wrap. Both baskets feature hardware on back of rim to hang baskets.

Features braided leather handles, fabric liner, and plastic protector. Comes in original collector's box.

(above) HARBOR BASKET $75 - SOLD!
Features wooden swinging handles, fabric liner, and dual level divided plastic protector set. Comes in original collector's box. This makes a great craft or sewing basket. The stairstep-looking weave on the bottom of this basket is phenomenal.

Features brass tag denoting "Collector's Club Charter Member", ceramic tie-on denoting Charter Member status, fabric liner, plastic protector, Charter Member handle wrap, original issue of Collector's Club Signatures magazine, original Collector's Club membership literature, and original collector's box. There are three Longaberger signatures on the bottom of this basket - Rich, his wife JoAnne, and their daughter Heidi.

Features braided leather handles, fabric liner, and plastic protector. Comes in original collector's box.

Features braided leather handles, fabric liner, and plastic protector. Comes in original collector's box.

(above) CENTURY BASKET $50
Features fixed wooden handle, handle tie, wooden lid with embossed metal star on knob (not shown in picture), fabric liner, plastic protector, Century (year 2000) tie-on, and original collector's box.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Holiday Extravaganza: Nov. 18th & 20th Christmas Card Classes

Do you want to make your own Christmas cards this year, but just can't get past the design stage? Do you get overwrought trying to figure out what images and colors and styles coordinate with each other? Then my Christmas Card Classes are ideal for you!

I'm offering 4 classes, each with a different set of cards, between now and Santa's debut. The first class will be held on Tuesday, November 18th, and features the cards shown above. You'll make 3 of each design, along with stamped envelopes to match, for a set of TWELVE cards at each class! Christmas Card Class #2 will be held on Thursday, November 20th, but you'll need to RSVP right away--by November 15th. You can RSVP for either, or both, of the November classes HERE.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Publication Notifications

I'd like to call your attention to a few publications, some recently updated, which are available for viewing on my blog. Please note that the catalog files tend to be rather large, and you may benefit most from right clicking on the links to them, and saving a copy of each to your hard drive, for faster access and viewing times.

November Customer Newsletter - on the right sidebar of my blog, under the heading "Customer Newsletter Archives"

2008 Fall-Winter Idea Book & Catalog - on the right sidebar of my blog, under the heading "Stampin' Up!® Catalogs"

2008 Holiday Mini Catalog - on the right sidebar of my blog, under the heading "Stampin' Up!® Catalogs"

Celebrando Creatividad - a US Hispanic/Latin Catalog Supplement, located on the right sidebar of my blog, under the heading "Stampin' Up!® Catalogs"

Décor Elements - a combined catalog, including complete Phase I and Phase II product line, located under the heading "Stampin' Up!® Catalogs"


It's time for another great Stampin' Up!® Special! From November 10th through November 30th, when you purchase $20 in regular merchandise, you will get 20% OFF ALL RUB-ONS in the 2008 Fall-Winter Idea Book & Catalog, Celebrando Creatividad, and in the 2008 Holiday Mini Catalog!!! (Click on any publication link to see a PDF version of that catalog) Each package is normally priced at $10.95, and when you qualify for this special, you can purchase any amount of rub-ons for only $8.76 per package.

The following is a chart of all available packages, for your convenience--the three packages which are ideal for Christmas/Holiday projects are: Word Flurries, Old Saint Nick, and Season of Cheer.

You can email me to place your order, or simply surf on over to my SU! web site and click on the SHOP NOW button near the top right corner, underneath my name and contact info, to place your order online!

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Watercolor Video Tutorial

If you've always wanted to learn more about watercoloring, but haven't been able to make it to a workshop or class to see it, here's your chance! Click HERE to view a video tutorial on watercoloring, on my Stampin' Up!® web site. This project was created by using ink pads and an Aquapainter, on Watercolor Paper.

Call me at 719-205-5957, or email me, to book your workshop in the Colorado Springs area. We can feature products and techniques you'd like to learn more about, such as Watercoloring, Heat Embossing, Dry Embossing, or using Stampin' Write Markers.

And don't forget to check out the Events Page on my SU! web site, to find out about all my upcoming holiday classes. If you are looking forward to a handmade holiday this year, I've got all your needs covered! You can also call and request a class, such as a calendar-making class, for you and a group of your friends. The Create-A-Calendar Kit makes a wonderful gift for anyone who isn't on your "naughty" list!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Another Tin-Tinabulation!

For your holiday packaging delight, Stampin' Up!® is offering two different tins, for sale individually--WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!

The Turquoise Tin (Item# 114673) is available for $3.95 each. It measures approximately 10-1/2" long x 6-1/2" wide x 3-1/4" tall, with rounded corners, and features a see-through panel on the lid, with a lunch box type closure.
  • The Turquoise Tin would make a great treat container, with your baked goods or candies showing through the top!* Either leave it as-is to feature the festive turquiose color, or consider wrapping a strip of coordinating Designer Series Paper around the bottom. The Rainbow Sherbet Designer Series Papers coordinate well with this tin, as do the Pacific Point Patterns Designer Series Papers. If you would like to wrap ribbon around to tie in a bow, the Pacific Point 5/8" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon would be lovely, and the Riding Hood Red 5/8" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon would stand out in excellent contrast to the turquoise tin. As you can see from the photo above, I use my turquoise tins to store my different adhesives and adhesive refills throughout the year, so these make great gift packaging that keeps on giving!
The Silver Skinny Tin (Item# 108333) is available for $1.95 each. It measures approximately 5-1/2" long x 4-7/8" wide x 7/16" tall. This tin is solid (no see-through features), with rounded corners, and a notch for pulling the hinged lid open.
  • The Skinny Silver Tin is wonderful for packaging a gift of cash, a gift card, a gift certificate, or a few CDs, with a custom-sized greeting card inside! Wrap a sleeve of your favorite Designer Series Paper around it to dress it favorite is the Ski Slope Designer Series Paper assortment. Or, you might want to simply tie your tin closed with some festive ribbon, twill, or twine. Some of my favorites are: Kiwi Kiss 5/8" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Riding Hood Red 5/8" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Alpine Felt Ribbon (you get 3 spools in one package!), and Riding Hood Red/Very Vanilla 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain.

*To help extend the life of your tin, please line your tin with waxed paper or parchment paper when using with food, and wipe out to clean--do not submerge.

To place your order, you can call me at 719-205-5957, or email me, or you may visit my Stampin' Up!® web site and click the SHOP NOW button near the top right of the screen.'s a secret...if your office, or your sweetie's office, is having a Christmas party, the Skinny Silver Tins make a beautiful presentation for gift cards! Get the boss to cover the expense out of the party budget, and you get to custom decorate the tins, PLUS you'll most likely get to keep the leftover supplies for use on your own gift packaging and cards!!! Don't worry--I'll be glad to help you design your tins and pick out the supplies you need. I can even prepare an itemized invoice for the accounting office. It will be super easy and totally FUN!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Frosty Day Designer Series Paper

Just wanted to share some samples with you, all made with the Frosty Day Designer Series Paper package. I'm not a fan of using the "orange" colored papers for Christmas, so I'm using them for Fall and Thanksgiving! We'll be making these three cards (and envelopes) on Friday at Beth's Party, in addition to a Reindeer Poop Topper!

If you have any questions on supplies, instructions, or if you would like to book a Party this month to make these projects, please feel free to email me.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Country Living Holiday Collection Stampin' Kit!

Now presenting...the Country Living Holiday Collection Stampin’ Kit. You can create approximately 60 single ornaments, or layer & mix elements to make fewer, more elaborate ornaments, with this chipboard and die-cut paper package! But wait, there's more: you'll also get a coordinating stamp set, three different ink pads, and metallic cord to hang each ornament...all for just $49.95!!! That's less than a dollar per ornament!

After you make the ornaments, you will STILL have the stamp set and ink pads to use for other craft projects later! Use the ornaments on your tree, adorn them with pictures and use as home décor, create an ornamental garland, or even use them as custom tags to dress up your holiday gift packages.

Click HERE to view, or right click to download, promotional flyer.

This promotion will be featured in an eight-page spread in the holiday issue of Country Living magazine. You can subscribe to Country Living HERE to get 12 issues for only $12, PLUS an exclusive Stampin' Up!® Notecard Kit FREE, with your paid subscription!

Kit Contents: exclusive Holiday Collection stamp set (not available in any catalog), four 12" x 12" sheets of die cut chipboard, eight 12" x 12" sheets of die-cut Designer Series paper (2 ea. of 4 double-sided designs), four 12" x 12" sheets of Designer Series paper (2 ea. of 2 double-sided designs), two 12" x 12" sheets of Whisper White card stock, 25 yds. Silver Metallic cord, 10 yds. 3/8" Whisper White taffeta ribbon, Pretties Kit components (20 pieces), Stampin’ Dimensionals, Dazzling Diamonds Stampin’ Glitter 1/2 oz), Tombow® Multi Purpose Adhesive, Riding Hood Red Classic Stampin’ Spot, Old Olive Craft Stampin’ Spot, uninked Stampin’ Spot, and Whisper White Craft Ink refill.

To purchase your kit, you may email me with your order, or hop on over to my Stampin' Up!® Web Site, then click on the SHOP NOW rectangle near the top right corner of the screen, under my name and contact information.

ONLINE ORDERING BONUS: Order your Country Living Holiday Collection Stampin' Kit through the SHOP NOW button on my web site, between November 1st and November 30th, and receive 5 yards of coordinating Riding Hood Red 5/8" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon FREE!