Welcome to My Blog Penny Tokens Stampin Spot

This is my little creative get away spot in a very hectic world. I love to stamp, meet other stampers and share my inspirations. So come and, sit for a while, explore my site and leave a comment when you can.
PENNY HANUSZAK, CONSULTANT, Independent Stamping Up Demonstrator, http://pennyhanuszak.stampinup.net

Email: pennyhanuszak@telus.net




Friday, August 31, 2012

Howl-o-ween Printer’s Tray Project Kit Extension

I’ve just learned that because of the terrific response Stampin’ Up! has received for this special offer, and because of the seasonality of the project kit, they are extending the Howl-o-ween Project Kit promotion through September 16, 2012!

It’s always more fun to stamp with friends! So if you enjoy crafting, would like to start your own home business and set your own hours, then join my Stampin' Up! team.
When you join my team by September 16, you'll get a Howl-o-ween Printer’s Tray project kit absolutely FREE—that's a $75 value! This exclusive kit contains the perfect elements of a spooktacular Halloween decoration!
Stampin' Up!'s New Demonstrator Starter Kit is completely customizable! Build your Starter Kit your way!  Here's what your $125 sign-up fee will get you:
  • Your choice of up to $155 worth of any current Stampin' Up! products!
  • A business supply pack valued at $70!
  • A 20 percent discount on Stampin’ Up! products
  • You'll be eligible for TWO Free months of the Demonstrator Business Web Services (DBWS) which includes your own business website and ONLINE Store.  The DBWS provides you with a blog, events calendar, monthly e-newsletter, project gallery, and e-cards.
  • Free access to Stampin’ Connection SU's online website
  • Invitations to Stampin’ Up! events—Regionals and Convention
  • Fantastic new friendships you’ll forge and regular opportunities to get together and stamp.
  • Oh and don't forget, your free Howl-O-Ween Printer's Tray Project (includes stamp set, Designer Series Paper, Tray and embellishments). 
Hope you'll join me............ for a Howling Good Time!
 

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Christmas in August Class


Here's a snap shot of the cards we made on Sunday August 26th at my Christmas in August Card Class.

We had a lovely 4 hours of creative fun trying new techniques (Herringbone) and playing with the new Ornament Keepsake stamp set and framelit die bundle.  Oh and did I say there was lots of laughing!

I'll be repeating this class in September so if you're interested in participating let me know.  Cost is $20.00 however fee is waived when a minimum order of $25.00 is placed at the class.

I also have Holiday Catalogues on hand so if you are looking for new ideas, would like to host a party or workshop or just simply want to have a catalogue contact me for more information.


Love these Button Buddy Snowmen and the Mixed Medley Hostess Set.  Raspberry Ripple and Gumball Green card stock were used along with Be of Good Cheer Designer Series Paper.  A little touch of Silver Glimmer paper adds some sparkle to this card. 
Here's a closeup of the little Medallion made with the Mixed Medley Hostess Set.  Basic Rhinestones gives it a bit of bling and the Gumball Green 3/8" Stritched Satin Ribbon adds to the fun.  The sentiment is stamped in Cherry Cobbler ink.

This wonderful crazy quilt pattern called the "Herringbone Design", really livens up this Christmas card.  It was fun to make and everyone was dying to try it again with different DSP.  This one is made with the 4 different patterns from the Be of Good Cheer Designer Paper Series.  An ornament from the Ornament Keepsakes Bundle was used for the centre focal point in this card and some of the red glimmer cardstock adds some pizzazz.   

This card is a remake of the one I did for the Vernon Girls Night Out party a few weeks ago.  The only differences are that the small sheet of Glossy White cardstock has been embossed with the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing folder and a larger ribbon was used for the ornament. 
Our Ornament Keepsake card was a lot of fun to make. The card base is Pacific Point and a layer of Tempting Turquoise followed by a Whisper White layer that's been embossed using the Holiday Frame Embossing Folder.  It's so beautiful and this picture just doesn't capture the depth of the embossing.  The ornament was coloured with markers.  I used Basic Gray for the ornament cap, Tempting Turquoise for the base colour and Pacific Point was rolled around the ornament edges.   Basic Rhinestones were added at the base on each of the sides of the ornament and at the top of the cap.    


I discovered later in the day that I had a big finger print on the lens of my camera........duh, no wonder everything kept blurring.  So, apologies for this little blurred out shot of Ethel DeTemple and Sheri Lee with their versions of the Snowman cards.   What a fun time we had!

Remember I will be holding this class again in September so please check out my Event Calendar and register to attend.  It's a great way to start getting ready for the card season ahead! 



Happy Stamping!
 

Friday, August 24, 2012

Late Night Stampers Glenda Witt and Julie Fields




 
While updating my LNS Treasure Hunt Web Link  this evening I checked out a couple of fellow demonstrator's blogs.  The first was  Glenda Witt of GraphicallyInking. What a great site! 

Glenda recently posted a card using the Floral District DSP that I'm sure you'll love.  The  warm and vivid colours really caught my fancy and the sentiment from the Loving Thoughts stamp set  is simply "wonderful".  

Here's a glimpse at Glenda's card but you'll have to visit her site to get all the the details.  While there don't forget to leave a comment, check out the other awesome cards in her gallery and write down her Treasure Hunt Clue. 

The second LNS member that I'd like to highlight tonight is Julie Fields of Ribbons N' Julz blogJulie has created a delightful card called "Winter Ombre" using a sketch from "I Spy Sketches" and inspiration from the Stampin' Royalty site.  The stamp set, Four Seasons is a hostess set featured in the 2012/2013 Idea Book and Catalogue. 

I love the cool wintery blend of Island Indigo and Tempting Turquoise cardstocks and inks and I also love the embossing on velum that makes this card so special. In fact, just looking at this card makes me want to drop everything get out my Four Seasons set and ink it up!  Thanks for the inspiration Julie!   
Julie is also participating in the Treasure Hunt and has posted her clue, so you'll want to check it out.  Be sure to leave her a comment and let her know you came from my blog.

Remember the LNS Treasure Hunt is open to everyone so be sure to play along.  All of the links to the LNS Web Ring and Treasure Hunt are found on the page at the top of my blog header.  Happy Stamping and Treasure Hunting!

Penny

Thursday, August 23, 2012

How Do You Make 31 into 45?

Change is good, right??? Well here’s some change in numbers that I think is really good! Honest!

Stampin’ Up!® has just announced to its demos that they’ve decided to extend the 31% Off Digital sale until September 14!   That’s turning 31 into 45 in a BIG WAY! 

Stampin’ Up!® recognizes that summer is a busy time and most of you are wrapping up summer stuff, getting everybody ready for back to school, back to work, etc.  Things are hectic and busy right now.  In fact if you’re like me, it’s hard to work on crafting projects in the summer when you want to be out in the sunshine and enjoying the outdoor activities that abound. 

Stampin’ Up!® realizes that this change doesn't go along with their little "31 theme," but . . . who cares? When we're talking SALE, 45 days is better than 31! Right?  In fact, they decided to extend the sale because demos like me and customers like you, asked for more time since there was so much going on in August with the release of MDS 2 at the same time.
Now everybody can have a little more breathing room to finish their projects to send off to the print services and take advantage of this great promotion.  Don't forget about the 31 digital content items on sale too. Make sure you check these out and snatch up your favorites before September 14.

I’m so relieved because I want to use the printing services so badly for my Convention Album and a little surprise album for my hubby’s birthday in October.  I just haven’t had the time to organize it and now with this extension I’ll be able to finish both.  Whew what a relief! 

Anyhow, keep an eye out for some new ads about this extension, they’ll be out  by September 1st and I’ll keep you updated. 

Our intuitive digital design software features Stampin’ Up!’s exclusive artwork, colors, and templates. Be your own digital designer and create an array of photobooks, cards, calendars, slideshows, and more—which you can then print using Stampin’ Up!’s print services, or save to DVD, e-mail, or upload to the Internet.

Monday, August 20, 2012

Treasure Hunt Begins Again.............


It’s Treasure Hunt time again stampers!  If you didn’t get a chance to participate in my Treasure Hunt earlier this Spring, here’s another chance! 

Late Night Stampers a group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators is holding a Treasure Hunt and you’ve been invited to play along! 
During the Spring hunt, participants had to find 20 Stampin’ Up!®. demonstrator blogs on the Late Night Stampers Web Ring, find their clues and then submit them to me.  Lisa was my lucky winner and received some Stampin’ Up!®. Simply Sent notes. 
This time around the prize stakes have been raised! Drum roll please.......... Are you ready?  This time there will be 50 demonstrators participating in the Treasure Hunt, and every entry from all 50 demo websites will be combined for one GRAND PRIZE of $150 in Stampin' Up! Product!!  You heard that right - $150 in Stampin' Up! product of your choice!!

 So, let the Treasure Hunt Begin.............Here's how to play:
       1.      Go to the page (listed at the top of my blog) titled 'Late Night Stampers Web Ring’ and click on it.

2.       Look for the names with an (*) beside them (this means I know they are participating in the Treasure Hunt) and then click on each of the names to visit the blog listed (I will be updating as new names are added).

3.       Search the blog back to posts starting August 20th to see if the blog you’re visiting is participating in the Treasure Hunt.  (Leave a comment if you can, that’s always nice). 

4.       You’ll know you’ve found a Treasure Hunt Player – when you see this picture followed by a clue:  

1.      Look for their clue (hint: it will be a Stampin’ Up!®. product see my example below).

2.       Make an electronic list of the blogs you’ve visited and their treasure hunt clues.

3.      Once you’ve collected 50 clues, email your list to me at pennyhanuszak@telus.net – remember I need a listing of 50 blogs and their clues.

4.      The first Treasure Hunter to email me a correct listing of blogs and clues will have their name submitted to Sherrill Graff for inclusion in the Grand Prize drawing on October 31st.  The Winner will get $150.00 in Stampin’ Up!®.products of their choice. 

5.      This contest runs from today August 20th to Wednesday, October 31st 2012 to collect 50 clues.  Don’t miss out join in today!  Note:  This contest is open to both US and Canadian residents.
Here’s my clue - you'll want to write this down, and the name of my blog:

Scentsational Season Clear-Mount Bundle 129946 Price: $40.95

Purchase the Scentsational Season Stamp Set and Holiday Collection Framelits Dies together. Priced to save you 15%!
    Happy Treasure Hunting and Good Luck!  Remember to keep checking back on the blogs for clues - even though our start date is today some blogs may not have their clue posted yet.

Have fun, Stampin' Friends, and come back to visit me often!  You never know if there may be another surprise in store for you....

Happy Hunting - and Stamping!

Penny

Highlights of Vernon Trip

Last week my husband and I went on a road trip to Vernon BC to visit with my dear SIL Mary Ann.  You wouldn't know it from the big smile on her face, but Mary Ann has terminal lung cancer.  She's at peace with her diagnosis and has chosen not to receive any further treatment, so every moment with her now is precious. 

Although our time there was short we had a really good visit and enjoyed taking Mary Ann for lunch, sightseeing and a trip to the casino where she won some cash. 

One of the things Mary Ann has taken great pleasure in over the past few weeks are the "Thinking of You" and "Sunshine" cards (anything in yellows and bright colors like the Summer Smooches) I've been sending her on a weekly basis.  She's set up a special box in her room so she can look at the cards when she's feeling down and/or lonely.

Since receiving the cards seems to give Mary Ann a lift and such great pleasure, I sent out a request on Late Night Stampers and Stampin' Connection this week for a "Shower of Cheery Cards" for her.  If you'd like to participate and send her a card just drop me an email at pennyhanuszak@telus.net and I'll forward you her address.   Only thing I ask is for no "sympathy" or "get well" cards as they're not appropriate for her.  Thanks for the understanding.

What Else Happened While We Were There?

While out for dinner at the Blue Heron restaurant our first evening, we experienced some real excitement as we watched a forest fire burning on the hillside across the lake from where we dined. Water bombers were coming and going and fire retardants were being dropped on the blaze.   It was very frightening to watch how close the flames came to two homes on this ridge.  Luckily the firefighters were able to contain this blaze and the homes were out of danger.

In this picture you can actually see the flames and the homes were just to the right of all this action.



What a busy time we had while in Vernon.  We were only there for two days, but between the excitement of the fire, visiting my SIL and staying at my own sister's home, there was a lot going on and we packed in so much! 

The day after we arrived my sister was hosting a Crown Jewels luncheon in her back yard so we helped her get her fabulous buffet together.  I showed her how to use Paula Dean's Panko Chicken recipe to liven up her baked chicken dish.  It was appreciated by all. 

My sister and friend Linda setting up luncheon before guests arrived.  She has a lovely backyard, just perfect for this type of soiree. 

Before leaving to come home I held a Vernon Girls Card night with my sister and Phyllis in attendance. The other gals were unable to come because of prior commitments so it was just the three of us, but we had a wonderful time sitting outside on the patio making our projects.  I should say it was lovely until dusk arrived and the mosquitos came out in full-force. Here are some of the projects we made.
I cased this card from one by Vicki Kiyohara I received at the LNS swap at Convention.   The cute little snowmen are from the Button Buddies stamp set and are coloured individually with Baja Breeze, Wisteria Wonder and Wild Wasabi markers.  The striped DSP is from the "Be of Good Cheer" designer paper on pg. 164 of the IB&C.  The card base and layers are made with Sahara Sand, Wild Wasabi and Whisper White  cardstocks.  This was a thoroughly delightful card to make..... thanks Vicki for the inspiration.   

Another project we made was a small ornament using the Ornament Keepsakes Bundle from the page 3 of the Holiday catalogue.  The ornaments were a lot of fun to make and a really big hit with the gals.  Although it may be hard to see them from this poor photograph, basic rhinestones were used to highlight the patterns on each side of the ornament.  Clear beads and pearls were used on the hanging portions of this ornament. 

Another case, this Glimmer Window Ornament card was made based on a video tutorial by Stampintoshare.com. This card was made with a basic black cardstock base.  The first layer and ornament layer are made with glossy white cardstock.  The ornament image is punched out with the Ornament punch #119847 on page 184.  Red and silver glimmer paper were used for the ornament base and design. 

This card was made with one of the tags from the Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags.  I simply mounted the tag on a  Cherry Cobbler cardstock base.  Clean and simple but what a cute card. 

It was a lot of fun making these projects and I will be repeating this class on Sunday August 26th from 10:30 to 2:00pm.  If you're interested in attending please contact me for details and to confirm your attendance.

Happy Stamping! 
Penny



Sunday, August 19, 2012

Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags

Christmas is coming and you're going to need tags!  So, why not get them now. Just check out the awesome Snow Festival Designer Printed Tags #128152 shown on page 12 of the Holiday Catalogue.  They're a grate value priced at only $4.95.

Each pad of Snow Festival Designer Printed tags includes five each of five double-sided tag designs measuring 4 1/2" x 3 1/8". That's plenty of space to stamp a seasonal sentiment or write a note.  

My personal favourite is the cute little reindeer.  These tags co-ordinate perfectly with the following Stampin' Up! inks and cardstocks:  Baja Breeze, Cherry Cobbler, Gumball Green, Primrose Petals, Soft Suede and Whisper White and they are acid free.


Just think of the possibilities!  Here's a few I'm going to try:

  • Christmas Cards - use the design side on  a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4" card front - you could make 25 Christmas cards in no time!
  • Use the pattern side of the tags as a layer
  • Journalling tags on your holiday scrapbook pages - they're acid free.
  • Gift Labels (see the coffee cup wrap on page 12)

Monday, August 13, 2012

Fabulous Florets Birthday Card

I've been busy this week trying to prepare cards for an "Every Set Swap" organized by Wanda Dodds.  Wanda is a member of Late Night Stampers and is a Canadian Demo from the Pas in Manitoba. 

Wanda has been doing a terrific job notifying everyone of the rules and the due date for this swap, so I hope everything goes well for her as this is a tremendous amount of work to accomplish. 

I chose to use the Fabulous Florets Stamp set for my Nature group swap and was challenged to submit 16 + 1 cards.  Here you can see my bundle of cards just before they were express posted to Wanda.  Whew what a relief to get them off on their way!.  I have to say a big "thank you" to the postal clerk at Canada Post in Abbotsford who helped me decide on packaging and best rates etc.  I didn't get her name, but she was "fabulous". 

I decided to do a feminine style birthday card in Rich Razzleberry and Whisper White card stocks. Here is a view of the full card, the inside and a close-up of the detail.
I cut a 5 1/2 by 11" piece of Whisper White card stock for my base and then added a 5 1/4 x 4" piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock for the first layer(see caption on picture below).  The second layer is a 5" x 3 3/4" piece of Whisper White that's been embossed with the Fancy Fan Folder Embossing Folder.  The third layer is a piece of 4 1/4 x 3" Rich Razzleberry layered with a 4 x 2 3/4" piece of Whisper White card stock, again embossed with the Fancy Fan Folder EF. 

By just using the remaining negative image from my Top Note Die, instead of a solid 5 1/4 x 4" piece of card stock, I cut down on the card's weight for mailing purposes and save  on the old cardstock supplies. 

Before adhering layers 2 through 4 to the first layer, I cut a 2 x 4" piece of Rich Razzleberry into a tag using the Two Tags Bigz Die, and then distressed the edges with Rich Razzleberry ink.  The flat end of the tag was scored at 1 1/2" with the Simple Scored tool and then folded over the other card stock layers. 
Three small tags were punched out with the Jewelry Tag punch in Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive and Whisper White card stock.  The edges of these tags were sponged in the corresponding colour of ink, a saying from Tiny Tags was stamped on the White tag.
The flower from Fabulous Florets was stamped in White Craft Ink on a 2 x 2 " piece of  White Shimmer card stock and then embossed with White Embossing Powder.  The flower was coloured with Rich Razzleberry reinker and an aqua painter.  To finish off the flower a Large Basic Pearl was glued to the center of the flower.  Old Olive leaves were punched out with the Bird Builder punch.  The finished flower and small tags were added with dimensionals.  
The birthday sentiment is from the Perfect Punches stamp set.  It was stamped in Rich Razzleberry and then the oval was hand cut and mounted on a piece of Rich Razzleberry that was cut out  with the Large Oval punch.  The sentiment was added to the lower right hand side of the card with dimensionals.  


A 5 1/4 by 4" piece of Whisper White cardstock was used for the inside of the card.  I only put adhesive on the top part of this panel when adding it to the card.  Seems to add a bit of sophistication.  This piece was stamped with the large flower and leave stamp in Rich Razzleberry.  The small sentiment "just for you" from the Just Believe stamp set was stamped in Rich Razzleberry on the bottom right hand corner of the cardstock. 


Hope you enjoy this week's project. 

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Designer Fabrics on Clearance Rack Now FOR $0.99!!!

Are you a crafty person,  a quilter or maybe a fabric collector/sewing fanantic type of person? 

If you answered YES to one or all of these types then I have a GREAT deal to share with you!  Stampin' Up! has reduced the price on their "discontinued" Designer Fabrics on the Clearance Rack to just $0.99 for a limited time (while supplies last)! 

Where can you buy anything for under a dollar these days.  If you've never tried Stampin' Ups! Designer Fabrics this is an especially good time to take advantage of this special one time offer.

You will receive three coordinating fat quarters in a package for just $0.99!  Two of the fabric choices Candy Cane Lane and Deck the Halls are Christmas fabrics, and would be just perfect for Christmas stockings for kids or grandkids, table runners, wall quilts, and more.  Think apron, tea towel trims, pillow covers, kids clothing and the list goes on and on for the Springtime Vintage and Sweet Stitches Designer Fabrics.  Here is a peak at what's being offered:
121716 Deck the Halls Designer Fabric $0.99
121715 Candy Cane Christmas Designer Fabric $0.99


121817 Springtime Vintage Designer Fabric $0.99

121818 Sweet Stitches Designer Fabric $0.99
So what are you waiting for place your today.  Shop Now


Please Note:  There is no limit to the quantity of these Designer Fabrics that you can purchase; however, this offer is only good while supplies last, so you may not receive all the material you order.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Doing Triple Time with Elements of Style

Happy BC Day Long Weekend to all my customers and friends from the West Coast!  The sun is shining and it's going to be an awesome weekend. 

Big news today if you're following the Olympics...........Canada won its first Gold Medal!!!!!   What excitement as Rosie MacLennan delivers a 57.3 performance and bests the favoured to win Chinese competitors on the trampoline to take this coveted medal.  Karen Cockburn her teammate also delivered a stellar performance to come in fourth!   Wow it was so awesome we cried!!!!



So what's all that have to do with my post today??? 

Well to begin I was totally inspired by Rosie's story and performance and her name reminded me of "Primrose Petals". 

Secondly, I was planning on making a "Best Wishes" card for a dear friend who's celebrating a milestone birthday this week.  She loves hummingbirds and rose pink so I thought why not combine these two things to make a "winning" birthday card.  And, here's what I came up with:



The technique I used is called a Triple Time Stamping Technique.  One of our great stampers Dawn Olchefske has done a great video tutorial on this technique.  Basically this card is pretty straightforward to make and would be a real wow in a class. 

1. Cut card base and layers from Primrose Petals and Whisper White  card stock in the following dimensions: 

Whisper White
  • 2" x 3-1/4"
  • 3" x 4-1/4"
  • 4" x 5-1/4"
Primrose Petals (2012-2014 In-Colour)
  • 2-1/4" x 3-1/2"
  • 3-1/4" x 4-1/2"
  • 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" (fold for card base)
2.  Using repositioning tape layer the three Whisper White pieces of cardstock one on top of the other keeping equal borders around the edges of each layer.

3.  Stamp the sentiment "Best Wishes" from Sincere Salutations (retired) in Basic Black, on the 2 by 3 1/4" layer.  Emboss with Clear Embossing Powder and heat set. 

4. Stamp the "Swirl" from Elements of Style stampset in Pretty in Pink. Begin at the center and work your way around the three layers.  Press hard so the image goes on all three layers evenly.

5.  Stamp the "Hummingbird" from the Elements of Style stampset in Primrose Petals ink as many times as you choose, but making sure it is stamped across all three layers of the Whisper White card stock.  Note:  There will be gaps, but these will be filled in when you mount these pieces to the Primrose Petals layers.

6.  Separate the Whisper White Layers and then mount them on the Primrose Petal layers and card base.  I mounted the 2" layer to the 3" layer and then added dimensionals to the back of the 3 1/4" Primrose Petals layer before mounting on the 4" Whisper White layer.  Make sure that everything is going in the same direction so your bird wings match on all layers. 

So that wasn't too hard was it!  Hope you enjoyed this mini tutorial on the Triple Time Stamping Technique.  Come again. 


Wednesday, August 1, 2012

31 Days of Savings...............


Are you addicted to Digital goods?  If so now's your best chance to indulge your guilty pleasure and get 31% off 31 digital content options and most of Stampin' Ups! print products during the month of August!

With digital goods on sale and the 30-day FREE trial of MDS2 software, August is shaping up to be the perfect time for you to enter the digital designing craze and see what it's all about!

What's on sale?
Well to begin with, ALL cards, photobooks, individual pages, and tags. Can you believe this?  I'm not kidding, you can print any photobook, board book, swatchbook, individual page(s), greeting card, postcard, trifold card, or tag-all for 31% off.  CLICK HERE for more information!

The list includes some of Stampin' Ups! best digital content..... 30 downloads and 1 content disc. Yup, that equals 31.  Here's the list of content:

Item Digital Content Retail Price 31% Off Price
127217
Floral District Collection Disc$ 29.95 $ 20.67
118115
Night and Day Designer Series Paper$ 6.95 $ 4.80
129929
Candid Frames$ 3.75 $ 2.59
129921
Check This Out Page Templates$ 6.50 $ 4.49
129609
Blossom Builders Embellishments$ 7.95 $ 5.49
128999
It's All Me Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
127441
Whimsical Note Journal Template$ 2.50 $ 1.73
128342
Pinwheel Daily Calendar Template$ 12.50 $ 8.63
127599
Party Animal Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
127600
Autumn Traditions Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
127620
Grateful Heart Thanksgiving Ensemble$ 18.50 $ 12.77
126027
Playful Polka Dots Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
130066
World Traveler Photobook Template$ 21.95 $ 15.15
131221
Storybook Specialty Designer Series Paper$ 6.50 $ 4.49
130850
Joyful Times Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
124463
One Great Year Digital Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
127175
Limited Edition Embellishments$ 3.75 $ 2.59
129607
Walk in the Park II Kit$ 12.50 $ 8.63
129934
#HASHTHIS Stamp Brush Set$ 9.95 $ 6.87
129923
Book of Birthdays Swatchbook Template$ 15.95 $ 11.01
121071
Travel Journal Kit$ 13.25 $ 9.14
129924
Get it Done Kit$ 7.95 $ 5.49
129005
Sweetly Nested Framable$ 6.50 $ 4.49
127758
Delight in the Day Photobook Template$ 24.95 $ 17.22
130862
Blast Off Ensemble$ 24.95 $ 17.22
129890
Little Milestone Birthdays Greeting Card$ 9.95 $ 6.87
128892
Designer Gift Cards$ 6.50 $ 4.49
127580
And a Happy New Year Photocard Template$ 2.50 $ 1.73
127435
Thanks Tons Greeting Card Template Set$ 3.75 $ 2.59
127587
Sending Glad Tidings Designer Tags Kit$ 9.95 $ 6.87
127762
Gratitude Framable Designer Template$ 2.50 $ 1.73

Still on the fence? Get MDS 2 FREE for 30 days.  You've got nothing to lose! CLICK HERE for a FREE TRIAL.

*By ordering through a demonstrator (MOI) you will always save by getting the "preferred price".