Stamp Club Starts today!

September 18, 2011

Stamp Club starts today! Are you ready, if you haven't signed up yet….why not?

We meet every other month, we stamp really cute cards and projects, we have a swap, you get $15.00 in merchandise, you get to be the hostess one month, and our meetings are FREE for members.

 

Here is a sneak peek at some of the cards we are stamping today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I can't show you the rest just yet! I want our stamp camp members to be surprised!!

 

 

Enjoy your day!!

 

Stampingly,

 

Shari

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Because I Care

June 16, 2010

This is a new hostess stamp set  that is in the new catalog. I have a couple of these in my yard, but they have never bloomed. So I think they are blue…..but I guess I am not sure! This hostess set was free to each demonstrator that placed an order for some of the new colors! And of course who doesn't want new colors and a free stamps! Here are some samples from other demonstrators, I haven't used this set yet. But we will be using it next month at my classes!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a great day!!

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Tropical Party

April 21, 2010

This card is using the Tropical Party set from the Summer Mini Catalog. This is my swap that is due at the end of the month! Can you believe it? I am done early! I know it is surprising, a lot of times I am a procrastinator. But not this month!! You should be receiving your Summer Mini Catalog any day, you can look at this set and all of the new sets and accessories!

 

This set reminds me of Summer of course and that makes me thing of Red Mango (even though Karen and I had it for dinner on Thursday.)  Red Mango is the Best frozen yogurt! We go to the store up at University Village when we are going to the Ronald McDonald House. Well you can find about anything on the internet, so I have found a recipe that says it takes the same as Red Mango. I haven't tried it yet, since I don't have a ice cream maker. But I am guessing I will have one by this weekend! So the next stamp camp at my house, you will get to try it!!


 RED MANGO:
– 2 C plain yogurt (greek style yielded the best results)
– 1/2 C sugar (a little less than 1/2 cup, actually)
– 1/2 C milk
– between 1/8 – 1/4 tsp xanthan gum
– Mix ingredients together, follow directions for your ice cream maker (Cuisinart – 25 minutes)

Eat as is or top with your favorite fruit…or mini chocolate chips if you feel so inclined!

Xanthan gum, which works as an emulsifier. It keeps ice crystals from forming, so you get a creamier texture. Xanthan gum is what made the difference in Red Mango. You can find it at Whole Foods and other such stores.  It is also used frequently in gluten-free cooking, if you were wondering.)

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Taxes are Done

April 7, 2010

I have finished my taxes! Last night at 5:38, I was officially finished. So now back to stamping!! Last week it was spring break for us and Scott and I went down to Ocean Shores for four days. It was windy and raining, but that is okay we took books and movies and games and we had a great time. We came home and got ready to have our family over for Easter dinner. It was nice relaxing week.

Ok as I said back to stamping.  Here are a couple of samples using the new stamp set from the special this month. Two Step Stamping.

 

 

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