Sunday, March 9, 2008

So many specials!

Hey all - it's DOUBLE Hostess Benefits time!! Yep, you read it right. For March and April, hostess and gift with purchase benefits are doubled! It's an awesome way to pick up the hostess stamps sets and half-priced items! And, if you want to sign up to become an angel, you get $50 in free stamps in addition to all of the wonderful items you get with your start-up kit!

And, the Spring Supplement is out!!! Woo hoo!!! The stamps are FABULOUS!!! I want them all and have already gotten some!!! Check them out!


Wing workout is later today and I've used Pattern Sayings to make my swap card for the business meeting. I'll post that after the meeting.

Here are a few cards that I've been playing with that show off the scallop punches and the scor-pal. I just love the variations and options you can get with these tools. :) The stamp sets that are featured are Chicken Scratch, With Sympathy, and Simply Divine. These are great sets that can be used in so many ways. And, I love the variations you can get with the scor-pal. I used the matchmaker white core cardstock and it looks great sanded or just with the scored lines and no sanding. Neat options.

6 comments:

  1. wow Seleise, these are amazing. I'm off to my craft site to find some white centered cardstock to give this technique a try!!! Thanks for the inspiration

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very nice cards! Love the scor-pal lines! That's on my wish list! Congrats on winning the card challenge too! Love that butterfly card!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Beautiful cards Seleise, I so love the score lines and those beautiful flourishes!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Love the look of the sanded score lines. Do you stamp first and then sand...or sand and then stamp? My guess is sand, then stamp, then score pal???

    Thanks!

    Jane
    SBS4

    ReplyDelete
  5. Wow what a fun bunch of cards! I love how you've been using your scor-pal!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Pretty! I really like the top one. The colors a re great & love the look of the diagonal with the circles.

    ReplyDelete

Thank you for visiting my blog! I appreciate your comments more than you will ever know!

Happy Stamping!
Seleise