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StampingWithBlythe HOME Projects & Tutorials Big Shot 3-D Projects Cards Gifts Punches Scrapbooking Tips Techniques CLASSES & EVENTS SHOP NOW JOIN MY TEAM! ABOUT CONTACT New Stamper? Must-Have Tools Blythe's Buffet 0 In Announcements Tax Free Days in 12 U.S. States for School Supplies There are 12 US states having state sales tax holidays for school supplies. What does that mean for you? Stampin’ Up! products that fall under that category will be tax free for a limited time! If you live in one of the lucky states, make sure to take advantage of the holiday and this limited-time benefit. Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Missouri New Mexico Ohio South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia No California! Tennessee starts today, July 29-31 Georgia July 30-31 The other states are between Aug 5-7. Refer to this PDF to see the dollar limits per item. Available items to receive tax free benefits: SNAIL Permanent Adhesive [104332] $7.00 SNAIL Permanent Adhesive Refill [104331] $4.50 Fast Fuse Adhesive [129026] $10.00 Fast Fuse Adhesive Refill [129027] $7.50 Stampin’ Dimensionals [104430] $4.00 Foam Adhesive Strips [141825] $8.00 Glue Dots [103683] $5.25 Liquid Multipurpose Glue [110755] $4.00 Grid Paper [130148] $11.00 Paper Snips Scissors [103579] $10.00 Fringe Scissors [133325] $10.00 1/16″ Circle Handheld Punch [134363] $9.00 1/8″ Circle Handheld Punch [134365] $9.00 Project Life Journaling Pens [135304] $5.00 2015-2017 In Color Stampin’ Write Markers [138333] $15.00 Tear & Tape Adhesive [138995] $7.00 Handheld Stapler [139083] $10.00 Silver Mini Staples [135847] $4.00 Fine-Tip Glue Pen [138309] $7.00 White Stampin Chalk Marker [132133] $3.50 Gold Binder Clips [141673] $7.00 Bow Paper Clips Embellishments [140559] $5.50 2016-2018 In Color Stampin’ Write Markers [141393] $15.00 Blender Pens [102845] $10.00 Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker [100082] $3.50 Many Marvelous Markers [131264] $110.00 And if you’re in Louisiana, the entire catalog of product is available tax free! You must place your order with Stampin’ Up! during the tax holiday period in order to receive these items tax-free (midnight on the first day to 11:59 PM on the last day of the tax holiday). Keep in mind that this is a state sales tax holiday and may not apply to additional county, city, and special jurisdiction taxes. Lastly, Massachusetts normally participates in this holiday but they are not participating this year. If you’re in the above mentioned states be sure to take advantage of this tax free opportunity! The items are all available in my Stampin’ Up! online store. Save July 29, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Big Shot Big Shot “Sandwich” Yesterday morning as I was preparing my final card for my Stampin’ at the Library class, I had to double check the order for the “sandwich” for my Big Shot. Painter’s Palette, 141907-w, 141910-c If I use this device all the time and sometimes become uncertain about the ‘sandwich’ because it seems a little tight, it made me wonder if you, the reader and not so frequent user of the Big Shot and Thinlits, might also get confused. Here’s a photo I took for mental reinforcement. Big Shot sandwich for intricate dies, aka Thinlits That’s the Big Shot Platform, Thin Die Adapter, Precision Base Plate, card stock, die, Standard Cutting Pad. Be sure to turn the Precision Base Plate over and cut on the black side! If you have questions, please ask. Save July 29, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Announcements Bonus Days End on the 31st of July Bonus Days, July 7-31, 2016 For every $50 USD/$60 CAD you spend* between July 7 and July 31, you’ll get a $5 USD/$6 CAD Bonus Days coupon that you can use between August 2–31, 2016. After your order is received by Stampin’ Up! you’ll received an email with a special code. Do not misplace that email or — the code numbers. They won’t/can’t be replaced. Don’t forget: you can begin to redeem those codes, $5 each, on August 2, 2016. Save July 28, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Uncategorized Stamping at the Mi Wuk Library a Week Late! I’ve lead a Stampin’ for Adults (i.e. no kids) class at our local library on the third Thursday of the month since February 2004. We’ve missed less than 5 dates during those 12 years because it’s so much fun and I’m committed to it! Last week though our house overflowed with guests–plus we were glamping in our own back yard–and I just couldn’t make it. But never fear! We’re stamping today. The first card is one we made in this month’s Card Buffet. I just love its randomness as well as its simplicity. Painter’s Palette, 141907-w, 141910-c Supply List Painter’s Palette Wood-Mount Stamp Set [141907] $25.00 One Big Meaning Wood-Mount Stamp Set [138788] $27.00 Sweet Sugarplum 8-1/2″ X 11″ Cardstock [141418] $8.00 Very Vanilla 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock [101650] $9.00 Playful Palette Designer Series Paper Stack [141657] $10.00 Flirty Flamingo Classic Stampin’ Pad [141397] $6.50 Peekaboo Peach Classic Stampin’ Pad [141398] $6.50 Sweet Sugarplum Classic Stampin’ Pad [141395] $6.50 Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad [132708] $6.00 Big Shot [143263] $110.00 Bold Butterfly Framelits Dies [138135] $17.00 Precision Base Plate [139684] $25.00 Rhinestone Basic Jewels Embellishments [119246] $5.00 Glue Dots [103683] $5.25 Fast Fuse Adhesive [129026] $10.00 Our second card was inspired by my stampin’ buddy Lynne Fahey from the UK. (Meeting demos from around the world now is just another reason I love Stampin’ Up!) Gift of Love is a Two-Step Stamp Set which means it’s just so easy to apply additional color almost effortlessly. I’ll be showing the steps in the next post. Product List Gift Of Love Photopolymer Stamp Set [141796] $10.00 Timeless Textures Wood-Mount Stamp Set [140514] $28.00 Watercolor Wishes Card Kit [140406] $35.00 Whisper White 8-1/2″ X 11″ Card Stock [100730] $9.00 Basic Gray Classic Stampin’ Pad [126981] $5.95 Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin’ Pad [126944] $6.50 Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin’ Pad [131180] $6.50 Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad [126982] $6.50 Wisteria Wonder Classic Stampin’ Pad [126985] $6.50 Clear Block H [118490] $8.50 Clear Block I [118488] $12.00 Clear Block D [118485] $8.50 Clear Block E [118484] $12.00 Gift of Love Hostess Set, 141796 – Wisteria Wonder Gift of Love Hostess Set, 141796 – Stepped up a bit You might have noticed the Tin of Cards listed in my supply list. If you aren’t sure about the why of purchasing this kit of cards, the included exclusive stamp set has the most awesome greetings. It’s a go-to set for me for sure. Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save July 28, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Uncategorized Monthly Card Class Yesterday – Swirly Bird Fun! I always look forward to my monthly classes here in my My Country Loft Studio in Mi Wuk Village CA. My Country Loft – summer flowers And here’s the inside yesterday, ready for our class: Monthly class set up: Swirly Bird, 141749 + Swirly Scribbles Thinlits, 141497 We made four Swirly Bird Cards. I love how Sue made these two cards her own. It shows that she (and others) are comfortable enough in my classes that they can change up the card being ‘taught’. Just a Note Swirly Bird style — there are no mistakes in stamping…….only opportunities. Swirly Bird pumpkins??? Our other two cards: Swirly Bird Tree Swirly Bird Beauty These cards are only the tip of the iceberg of what can be created with the Swirly Bird bundle. The Swirly Bird stamp set and Swirly Scribbles Thinlits Dies work together like magic. What you get is far more than what you see! Get yours today in my Stampin’ Up! online store! Save Save Save July 26, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Tips/ Tools How Do You Clean Your Stamps? Do you use a retired washcloth? A paint pad you can get at the paint store? A wet sponge? Your jeans? If you haven’t yet tried Stampin’ Up!’s Stampin’ Scrub, it’s really time you did! Stampin’ Up!’s Stampin’ Scrub, 126200 The washable pads are removable. Then just wash them in the kitchen sink with mild dish washing soap and hot water. It has two trays: a “washer“ and a “dryer”. Spray Stampin’ Mist Cleaner on one side and scrub your stamps; dry your stamps on the other pad. In addition to cleaning your stamps, the Stampin’ Mist conditions them. You can purchase the 2 oz. bottle for starters and then keep the larger 8 oz. refill bottle on hand for — you got it — refilling the smaller bottle. Stampin’ Mist, 102394 The Stampin’ Scrub easily cleans very detailed stamps and it’s large enough to clean background stamps. Each pad is 7″ x 7″. Be sure to use the edges as well as the center for cleaning your stamps. The unit folds in half for easy storage. Bottom line, the Stampin’ Scrub is a great way to keep your stamps cleaned as well as conditioned. And you do want to be kind to your stamps don’t you? Both the Stampin’ Scrub and the Stampin’ Mists are available in my Stampin’ Up! store. Save Save Save Save July 24, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Big Shot/ Miscellaneous My Life Outside of Stamping These last 10 days or so have been anything but ordinary and typical. Hopefully someone realized I was sort of missing! I was away from home with z-e-r-o chance to stamp for three days, babysitting and playing with four of my grandchildren. Then I brought three of them home, along with my Swiss cousin who is in the states for three weeks. Then my daughter joined us. And a few days later Bethany, from Switzerland left for the SF Bay Area and her next visitation family. Russ, Blythe, Bethany from Nyon Switzerland, Andrea, kids: Nora, Landen, Austin Then my son and his seven year old joined us. This was our “in the backyard this year camping trip”. We went to the the restored Gold Mining town of Colunbia, Pine Crest lake, played games, played on the swing, played fussball and made s’mores in the back yard. Austin, Shayna, Andrea, Landen, Kelley gold panning in Columbia. Zion did a great job of breaking his leg the last week of school. He’s been in various lengths of casts all summer vacation. Here we’re enjoying one of our favorite camping meals: steak quesadillas. Gotta have s’mores, even if it is in our backyard. Thursday they all left for Yosemite and a Swiss friend, Gabriella, whom I hadn’t seen for over 15 years arrived for an overnight after being in Yosemite for a few days. She brought along a lovely Finnish, now Swiss, work colleague. We got to talk, eat, sip wine, listen to Mr. Trump’s ‘acceptance speech’, discuss a lot (Europeans are trying to make sense of this whole thing) and go to bed. This morning, after a breakfast of Dutch Babies (it’s an egg/flour/milk/butter yummy concoction) we took an hour or so and stamped before Gabrielle and Aija headed for Calistoga by way of the Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield, CA. They were so excited to know it was directly on their route to Calistoga. We did manage to set aside an hour for them to make their own cards. I had them each choose a card from my samples and this is what they made: Aija lining up her paper, A little Foxy Designer Series Paper Stack, 141637 Gabrielle get acquainted with the Big Shot, 143263 Foxy Friends and the almost released Thoughtful Branches stamp set — available August 1st Russ’s “WOW” pickup truck Sad to see them leave: Gabrielle, Blythe, Aija And now I can get back to stamping on a regular basis. I’ve missed it. Save Save Save Save Save Save July 23, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Designer Series Papers/ Tips/ Tools Envelopes and Envelope Glue Have you ever made your own envelopes? What do you use to seal them? Want to know how to wow your friends with the envelopes and yourself with your own self made envelope glue? Well check this out: Envelope Punch Board, 133774, $20.00 First you need the Envelope Punch Board, 133774. You can make your own envelopes from any card stock or Designer Series Paper or Envelope Paper 2016-2018 In Color. It’s also available in the 2015-2017 In Colors. The Envelope Paper is text-weight paper that’s perfect for your envelopes. Now, about that glue. You can make your own envelope glue by mixing equal amounts of white glue (Multipurpose Liquid Glue) and white vinegar. You can add a bit of peppermint extract if you want. Keep it in a small jar and use your finger (!) or a small brush to apply it to the envelope flap. Let it dry. When you’re ready to use it just lick or moisten with a damp sponge. Do you need that Envelope Board??? Just click on the words Envelope Board, or on the photo and you’ll be taken directly to my Stampin’ Up! store. Be sure to select me as your demonstrator with the most-est! Try it! I’m sure you’ll really like it. By the way…….. You could also use Stampin’ Up!’s Tear & Tape Adhesive! Great and easy to use. No mess, no fuss. Save Save Save Save July 22, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In 3-D Projects/ All Occasion/ Paper Pumpkin Paper Pumpkin Fun with Kids Three of my grandchildren are visiting me for five days (after I was with them at their home for three days). Nine year old Nora and I found some time to craft in my studio yesterday while her brothers were elsewhere. We chose the hot-out-of-my-mailbox July Paper Pumpkin to assemble. It was really perfect for her to successfully put together. Bling, sparkle, and shine—the July 2016 What a Gem kit includes eight pretty and polished treat boxes in two sizes that you can personalize with gem-toned tassels and mini cards. What a fun way to brighten someone’s day! Nora and Oma (aka Blythe) show off their finished July Paper Pumpkin gem gift boxes. Nora will be giving two of her gems to friends from school whom she’ll probably be seeing today. Inside: why chocolate of course! You get a You Tube video guide for assembling the various kits and this one helped us quite a bit to get the ‘visual’ on how to assemble the two styles of gem boxes. You can check it out here for a clue. The kits comes with everything you need: photopolymer stamps, an appropriately colored ink cube (this one was Emerald Envy), ribbon, card stock and an instruction folder. It’s great to check out the monthly video though to help put all those pieces together. Check Paper Pumpkin out for yourself. Just click on the photo to go to the Paper Pumpkin information page. Fun stuff! Save Save July 19, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In All Occasion/ Cards/ Classes & Events Blythe’s July Buffet is Ready to View Just what is Blythe’s Buffet? It’s a monthly opportunity to build your card stash. Check out the upcoming events on your calendar so you’ll know what cards you’ll be needing. Save that trip to the card store and impress your recipient with your awesome hand-stamped cards! The Buffet includes eight cards plus envelopes for $24. On the last Tuesday of the month your chosen cards will be ready for you to stamp in My Country Loft Studio here in Mi Wuk Village. Two sessions are offered: 10 a.m. – 1.00 p.m or 2.00 – 5.00 p.m. Maximum of 4 stampers per session. Register early to be sure to get a seat at the session you prefer. Ask me about traveling to your nearby area if that works for you. Simply gather a group of 4-6 stampers in your home in the Sonora area (or Dublin or San Jose…..I’ll be glad to come to you as well). I’m available on the 27th, 28th or 29th of July. We can choose the time. Obstacles to preparation of July’s Card Buffet? Fred. Fred loves to watch (or help?) me create! Fred’s favorite card for July’s Buffet And now that Fred has left me alone, my cards are done and photographed, July’s “Blythe’s Card Buffet” cards have been uploaded and you can see them individually here. Blythe’s July 2016 Card Buffet Simply select a total of eight cards that you would like to make, register for the class and then email me, with your eight card selections. You can choose any combination of cards bringing your total to eight. The choice as to which cards, or how many of each, is totally yours. You choose the greeting you need when making your cards: birthday, thank you, sympathy, thinking of you, anniversary and anything else you need (that I have!) Then, click on the PayPal button to register by the RSVP deadline (July 20th) telling me which eight cards you’d like to make and what time slot. Once I receive your buffet fee your registration will be secure. (CC, PayPal, check, cash) Each month I’ll announce here on my blog, as well as on FaceBook and Twitter, when all cards are ready for viewing and selection. If you have a favorite stamp set or theme you’re hoping to make, let me know for future buffets. Or if you’ve seen a card on a blog post that you’d like to make, also let me know. I’m quite versatile and flexible! ?? Not in the area? If you’re long distance, I can definitely put a packet together for you. It just won’t have any stamping on it since that’s against Stampin’ Up!’s regulations. But it will have all of the cut pieces packed up individually for each card. You can either purchase a particular stamp set or substitute another that will fit the cards of your choice. An instruction PDF, for all cards, will be sent via email. The price will remain at $24 for the eight cards/envelopes. That includes postage and preparation. I’m really looking forward to seeing you on July 26th for our monthly Buffet. Of course simple, non sticky/non-smeary snacks will be served. Future Buffets: August 30th September 27th October 25th November 29th BE SURE TO PUT AUGUST 10th ON YOUR CALENDAR TO VIEW THE CARDS FOR AUGUST’S BUFFET. Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save July 10, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Announcements/ Birthday/ Celebrations #imbringingbirthdaysback While hearts are breaking across our nation, why not bring as many smiles as possible to those in your ‘circles’. Send a birthday card. And stamp this whimsical image on your envelope, probably on the back. This single #imbringingbirthdaysback stamp ($12.95) isn’t in the catalog but it’s definitely available. Add it to your next order if you don’t already have it. Just click on the link at the beginning of this paragraph to go directly to my Stampin’ Up! online store. People need smiles right now and I think a card and this stamp on the envelope could start a trend. Put it on the envelope even it your card isn’t a birthday card–like mine in the photo above. Check out my original posts, here and here. Challenge yourself to send at least five cards per month. If that’s too easy then make it ten cards per month. It’s definitely a smiley ‘high’. Get your #imbringbirthdaysback stamp today! #imbringingbirthdaysback, 143573, $12.00 Save Save Save Save July 9, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 0 In Blythe's Studio/ Decor Stamping is an Instant Happy-Maker Crafting is an instant happy-maker. A little creativity can turn any bad day into a fun one. Have you ever notice that “so-so, blah, maybe grumpy you” can sit down to make a card or even attend a class, and that, when you’re into the project another “happy you” has slipped into your chair? I have this sense once in a while. I’ve taken a “grumpy, frustrated me” out to my stampin’ studio for a change of scenery and then later brought this quite “charming me” back into the house a few hours later. I make stuff…(cause I get sad if I don’t) Here’s my path……. It starts out with a walk across the deck to the room over our garage. It used to be a bedroom/dorm room for the boys who came up to our cabin for the weekend. Then #1 boy, my son, went off to college and a few years after that got married. Hijack! The room became m-i-n-e. Russ (hubby) and I moved up to the ‘cabin’ permanently and our first project, even before moving up here (to the Sierra Nevada Mountains from Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay Area) was to build cabinets into one wall and get new, non-1970s, carpet. For the first ten years I used two long tables as my work space, the walls were soft yellow and I re-purposed all of the storage units from my stamp room in San Jose. In August of 2015, with my organizing guru daughter’s whip, I gutted the room of everything that had accumulated in there. The room was “M-T”. (as in e-m-p-t-y!). It took 2-1/2 days to empty it and 4 weeks to go through everything and really purge the unnecessary, paint and fluff the room to morph it into my new studio. I know how fortunate I am to have such an awesome, convenient work space. Walls, flat spaces, floors were full of stampin’ stuff More stuff. Empty stamp room! Our deck, covered with stamp room stuff It never rains in California in the summer time — except when you dump your entire stamp room there! Click here, here or here for fun, enlightening views of progress in the upgrade. Finally a painted stampin’ studio, with items very selectively replaced in the room: Almost completed room: under-window-desk is from Craig’s List, tall narrow cabinet on back wall housed my very grown children’s diapers way-back-when, cubes in the middle of the room came from Ikea and will serve as bases for the solid core wood door that will come in a few days; other storage (paper sorter and Elfa unit) are multi-re-purposed in our house and in my previous stampin’ rooms. The table (very heavy solid core door) has arrived And now you know exactly where I go to leave my ‘sad’ and find my almost instant ‘happy’! A little creativity can really turn your attitude and day around. Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save July 8, 2016 By Blythe Share Tweet Pin it +1 Older Posts Enter your email below to get a monthly dose of inspiring projects, crafty techniques, and Stampin' Up! deals designed to spark your creativity without breaking your budget. Subscribe & Follow Browse Projects By Theme Select Category 3-D Projects All Occasion Baby Birthday Christmas Easter Encouragement / Congrats Fall Father’s Day Gifts Graduation Halloween Masculine Mother’s Day Patriotic Spring Summer Sympathy Thank You Thanksgiving Valentine’s Day Wedding / Anniversary Winter Browse Projects By Type Select Category 3-D Projects Big Shot Cards Decor Designer Series Papers My Digital Studio Paper Pumpkin Punches Scrapbooking Techniques Stampin’ Up! 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