July 27, 2009
The Software will be available through me and Stampin Up In Sept
I will give you more inforamtion after the CONVENTION!!
Thanks to Debbie who let me use her Information on Digital Scrapbooking
Digital Scrapbooking Basics
By Debbie McNeill
I’ve used many different products so when Stampin’ Up! announced the My Digital Studio at Leadership I was thrilled. From what I saw during the demo, My Digital Studio is a step-above what I have seen offered in the market. My intent for sharing this article is to give you a first exposure to digital scrapbooking. The information is basic and not specific to the Stampin’ Up! product which will be released sometime this year.
What is Digital Scrapbooking?
Digital scrapbooking is no different really than traditional scrapbooking. You use pictures, paper, titles, journaling and embellishments to make a page. The only difference is it is using your computer. My Digital Studio as announced will be a software program which you install on your computer and you don’t have to be a computer whiz to use the software. If you have used a word processor, you won’t have any problems – especially if you’re motivated to learn.
Why Digital Scrapbooking?
Digital Scrapbooking is not for everyone. Those of us who enjoy the tactile feel of products in our hands will remain traditional scrapbookers and that is wonderful. I still create traditional scrapbook pages and don’t plan to change that. The reasons for participating in digital scrapbooking vary for each individual. Some reasons may be limited storage, scrapbook anywhere/anytime, easily share your layouts in galleries or with long-distance family members, using fonts for your journaling, ability to crop/fix photos and well it’s a popular culture right now. Here’s the really exciting part. As Stampin’ Up! demonstrators, My Digital Studio can be used as a tool to market your business. You can create fun flyers, add watermarks or enhance your digital project pictures. See my marketing samples at store.craftyperson.com.
Who Digital Scrapbooks?
Although some of our current customers may be interested in adding digital scrapbooking to card making or traditional scrapbooking, I see it more designed for new business. I know it’s hard to believe but there are people out there that don’t know about Stampin’ Up! This will open your door to new people – teens, tweens, casual scrapbookers, males, and graphic-design oriented types to name just a few.
Where to Print your Scrapbook Pages
There are many options for sharing your scrapbook page. There are large format printers on the market such as the (13 x 19) Epson R1800 printer. If you don’t have a large-format printer you can upload or burn your pages on a CD or flash drive and take it to your local quick print shop or places like Costco. I’ve seen pricing for 12×12 pages in the $2.50 USD per page range. Do a search on the internet, i.e., “12×12 digital photo printing”. You can design 12×12 pages but print them at a smaller size, such as 8×8. You can share your scrapbook pages digitally via your blog, via email or burning on a CD.
I hope this brief look into digital scrapbooking will help you see the potential for My Digital Studio and give you ideas on how you can incorporate it into your current business.
Stampin Up will have more information on printing after convention
July 22, 2009
We all had a great time and some Great samples to go home with!
July 20, 2009
July 12, 2009
the 1st ise made with Razzleberry Textured card stock , Pink Flamingo DSP
the 2nd one is Melon Mambo and Pink Flamingo DSP
Also used is the large Scallop die with the big shot to make the dress the 5 petal flower punch d Boho Flower punch and the photo corner punch with several colored and rhinestone brads!
July 10, 2009
The next picture is it opened
This card was done with the new Elegant Bouquet Embossing template for the big shot
the New Flower Flowers
Clear Rhinestones, Pink Flamingo DSP, Melon Mambo CD, and a saying from the NEW Herb Expressions
July 8, 2009
Rich Razzelberry and CrushedCurry
Along with new Designer Series Paper called Razzelberry Lemonade
the 2nd is with one of NEW hostess sets
this one is called The More the Merrier!
Look for more New samples and colors every other day !
So check my blog often!
I will have some of these to swap at CONVENTION 2009!
July 4, 2009
Thank a solider or a Veteran today for Protecting our Freedom
Past, Present and Future!
Thank you Grampa, Pop and Uncle Charlie!
I am the flag of the
My name is Old Glory.
I fly atop the world's tallest buildings.
I stand watch in
I fly majestically over institutions of learning.
I stand guard with power in the world.
Look up and see me.
I stand for peace, honor, truth and justice.
I stand for freedom.
I am confident.
I am arrogant.
I am proud.
When I am flown with my fellow banners,
My head is a little higher,
My colors a little truer.
I bow to no one!
I am recognized all over the world.
I am worshipped - I am saluted.
I am loved - I am revered.
I am respected - and I am feared.
I have fought in every battle of every war for more then 200 years. I was flown at
I was there at
Guam, Okinawa, Korea and KheSan, Saigon,
I'm presently in the mountains of Afganistan and the hot and dusty deserts of
I led my troops, I was dirty, battleworn and tired,
But my soldiers cheered me and I was proud.
I have been burned, torn and trampled on the streets of countries I have helped set free.
It does not hurt for I am invincible.
I have been soiled upon, burned, torn and trampled in the streets of my country.
And when it's done by those Whom I've served in battle - it hurts.
But I shall overcome - for I am strong.
I have slipped the bonds of Earth and stood watch over the uncharted frontiers of space from my vantage point on the moon.
I have borne silent witness to all of
But my finest hours are yet to come.
When I am torn into strips and used as bandages for my wounded comrades on the battlefield,
When I am flown at half-mast to honor my soldier,
Or when I lie in the trembling arms of a grieving parent
at the grave of their fallen son or daughter,
I am proud.
Please forward my message to all who still love and respect me that I may fly proudly for another two hundred years.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSiRUSjSJnQ (Carrie Underwood and the National Anthem)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RssIN3ustUw&feature=fvst (Lee Greenwood)
Cut and Paste!
Card Done by Jacy Smith
July 3, 2009
July 2, 2009
· Add interest to scrapbook pages and cards
· Has an easy-to-use thumb lever
Be sure to check back each Monday to see what deal is up for grabs that week! To order your scallop edge punch, call me at 845—229-0931, email me or order online under me!
Start Your own Business!
While anytime is a great time to join the Stampin' Up! family as a demonstrator, joining during July and August is especially sweet! Starting your own Stampin' Up! business means free and discounted products, plus a little extra cash--and who couldn't use that? Plus, from July 15 - August 31, you can become a Stampin' Up! demonstrator for only $85! The special, limited-time Mini Starter Kit contains many of the items you need to get started in your new business, including:
· For All You Do stamp set
· In Color Classic Stampin' Pads (6)
· Whisper White card stock (8-1/2" x 11")
· In Color assorted card stock (8-1/2" x 11")
· Business forms and tools
Or if you want to buy the standard $199 Starter Kit, in addition to the supplies listed below, you'll get all six of the new In Color Classic Stampin' Pads and one pack of In Color assorted card stock (8-1/2" x 11")--a $43 value! The standard Starter Kit includes
· Four stamp sets
· A Stampin' Around wheel, handle, and ink cartridge
· Stampin' Pastels
· Card stock
· Eastern Blooms Décor Elements and applicator tool
· Five Classic Stampin' Pads
· VersaMark Pad
· Stampin' Scrub and Mist
· Blender pens
· Business forms and tools
These special offers--the Mini Starter Kit and the In Color add-on to the standard Starter Kit--are only available for a limited time, so you must act fast! Benefits of Becoming a Demonstrator Whether you just love to stamp, or you want to grow a successful, thriving business, the Stampin' Up! opportunity is the right fit for you. Stampin' Up! demonstrators enjoy many benefits, with just a few listed below:
· Product discount. Demonstrators get a 20 percent discount on all Stampin' Up! products, including stamp sets, paper, and accessories. It's a great way to support your love of stamping and paper crafting.
· Extra income. You'll earn extra income based on your sales and recruiting--how much extra income is up to you. Maybe you just want enough income to pay the electric bill every month, or maybe your goal is bigger--the monthly payment for your new car--it's your decision! See the Compensation Table for more information.
· Flexible schedule. This is your business, so you can put in as much (or as little) time as you'd like.
· Support from Stampin' Up! We love our demonstrators and it shows through our demonstrator support materials, including a monthly magazine, workshop ideas, and audio and video trainings on all kinds of topics available on our Demonstrator Web Site.
So what are you waiting for? Contact me TODAY to join the Stampin' Up! family! You can call at 845-229-0931, email me or sign up directly on my Stamperersdelight.stampinup.net The password for the website is Spooky.
July 1, 2009
on line or contact me. Its been a hectic week and I have not had too much time to update my blog, which I hope to do tomorrow , but check out the New catalog go to my website WWW.Stampersdelight.stampinup.net
You will love it!
I am now take dates for summer workshops!
Don't delay contact me today!
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