Saturday, 1 December 2007

Welcome to my blog!

Are you crafty? Do you enjoy making cards, scrapbooking or other papercrafts or want to learn how? If so, this blog is for you! This is the first blog I've ever had so it's all new to me - to be honest, I don't really know what I'm doing. But I really wanted to show you some fabulous new rubber stamps and accessories which are now available in England and some of the projects you can make with them. The products are from Stampin’ Up! Established in the United States nearly 20 years ago, Stampin’ Up! is a market leader for high quality rubber stamps, supplies and accessories. I’m really excited that Stampin’ Up! has now launched in the United Kingdom and we’ll all be able to get our inky hands on some wonderful products. One of the things crafters love about Stampin’ Up! is that it’s so easy to make co-ordinating projects. Stamps are sold in sets; a set might come with two or three themed images, plus a background stamp and a greeting. A set might feature just background stamps, or just greetings. They’re sold unmounted which makes it easy to assemble them just how you want them – and it keeps the cost down too! In fact, Stampin’ Up! stamps are excellent value compared to individual stamps of similar high quality. The colours all co-ordinate, too. Stampin’ Up! uses its own palette of colours for top quality cardstock, ink pads and markers. There are co-ordinating patterned papers and scrapbooking kits – even matching ribbons, eyelets, buttons and brads! On this blog I'll be showing you some projects you can make with Stampin' Up! products and giving updates about special offers. I'm not sure what else at the moment, so watch this space!


  1. Congrats on starting a blog -- it looks great! I can't wait to see mroe of your fabulous creations!


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