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Tuesday, October 27, 2009


Wouldn't this be fabulous in your home this holiday season? This is a level 2 hostess incentive in the Stampin' Up! definitely decorative brochure. I chose this for my home, and I can't wait to display it. I used a floating frame but you could use any frame. Don't wait too long to schedule a workshop with me to earn this for yourself! I have openings for November and Dec and I can taylor your party to meet your needs. I'm waiting to hear from you. : )

New Images Available for My Digital Studio!!

Cast A Spell DSP

Cast A Spell Designer Series paper
digital download #118114
Only $4.95

This Designer Series Paper digital download for My Digital Studio is guaranteed to put a spell on you. Perfect for spooky Halloween fun, this paper will put a little magic in everything you make!
Coordinates with Stampin’ Up!’s exclusive colors: Basic Black, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, and Perfect Plum.


Night And Day Designer Series paper
digital download #118115
Only $4.95

This elegant, symmetrical designs of this Designer Series Paper digital download for My Digital Studio complement any project. And the simple black on white colors make coordination with other Stampin’ Up! products a snap.


Medallion Stamp Brush Set
digital download #118124
Only $1.95

The large damask-style medallion stamp brush is perfect for backgrounds and will lend a touch of Parisian elegance to any project.


Circle Circus Stamp Brush Set
digital download #118126
Only $5.95

The perfect accent for your next project can start with a simple circle. The Circle Circus Stamp Brush Set for My Digital Studio offers circles with all sorts of lively, fresh designs to choose from. Whether you’re decorating a tag, creating a card, or adding dimension to a page, you can find a design that works for you!


School Days II Stamp Brush Set
digital download #118116
Only $9.95

Lucky for us, school doesn’t have to last forever, but the good memories of school still can. With the School Days II stamp brush set for My Digital Studio you can make cards, scrapbook pages, or photo albums that make sure those good days are not forgotten, and shared with those you love.

image Great Moments II Stamp Brush Set
digital digital download #118121
Only $9.95

What are your greatest moments? Sometimes it is tough to remember them all. Keep your greatest moments where you can find them with the Greatest Moments II stamp brush set for My Digital Studio. With so many images to choose from, you’ll always have what you need to make that moment last forever.


FINAL Deal of the Week!!!

Week 4 Deals of the Week



Special Price


Princess Party Kit



Pirate Party Kit


You can click on the pictures to see a larger image.

Princess Party Kit

Princess Party Princess Party Contents

Pirate Party Kit

Pirate Party Pirate Kit

To order your Princess and/or Pirate Party Kits, please click HERE. Then click on the SHOP NOW button!
You can get this great deal on these kits until October 31st at 11:50pm Mountain Time, so don't delay...order it now!!

Great Blog Finds!

Fellow Su demo Joanne create these fabulous ornaments!

Accordion Pleated Flower Ornaments

and she also created this great tree!

Fellow SU demo Paola created these great holiday decorations!

Fellow Su demo Simone created these great little treat wagons!

Paper Wagon

How about some calorie free cupcakes from fellow SU demo Felicity

Lynn Pratt created this beautiful star orny!

Kelly created these fantastic little punch elves

and Toni gives us this great little hippo guy!

Hippo Clip

this great candle is ala creative escapes

and jeanne created this great little advent calendar!

Just click on the picture to go to these great blogs and see how they created these great finds! Then click on back here to order your supplies to create your own!

Featured Video: Cricut Paper Bag Album

you can find the original video here

Free SVG Witch

Today's Freebie is from Jen the crazy scrapbooker

Featured Project: Name Place Setting

• Autumn Splendor*
• Calendar Alphabet & Numbers

• Chocolate Chip card stock
• Naturals Ivory card stock
• Taken with Teal card stock
• Autumn Meadows Designer Series paper*

• Chocolate Chip Classic Stampin' Pad®
• More Mustard Classic Stampin' Pad
• Really Rust Classic Stampin' Pad
• Chocolate Chip Stampin’ Write marker

• Chocolate Chip 1" double-stitched grosgrain ribbon
• Stampin' Dimensionals
• Blender pens
• Sizzix Big Shot
• Serif Essentials Alphabet Bigz die

*From Holiday 2009 Mini Catalog

Halloween Fun Facts

Lucas Allen

Get ready for trick-or-treating with these nuggets of information. Plus, find out what’s really in candy corn.by Sharon Tanenbaum and Ashley Tate

Trick-or-treating harks back to the Middle Ages and All Souls’ Day, when poor people in Britain would beg for soul cakes, a sweet-bread treat, and pray for dead relatives in return.

When trick-or-treating first became popular in the United States in the 1800s, more children played mischievous pranks than asked for candy. By the 1950s, though, the focus had switched to good old family fun, with sugar-hyped children dressed in costumes.

The candy-collecting tradition has spread from the United States to Canada, Australia, and Western Europe, where more and more little goblins now trick-or-treat. In parts of England, children carry lanterns called punkies (which look like jack-o’-lanterns) and parade through the town on the last Thursday of October. In Ireland, rural neighborhoods light bonfires, and children play snap apple, in which they try to take a bite from apples that are hung by strings from a tree or a door frame.

Chocolate makes up about three-quarters of a trick-or-treater’s loot, according to the National Confectioners Association.

In the event that the spoils aren’t scarfed down whole hog, separate chocolate out and keep it in a cool, dark, dry place. Milk chocolate is good for no more than 8 to 10 months, while dark lasts up to two years. Hard candy will also keep in a cool, dry place for about a year. Store soft candies in a covered dish away from direct heat and light. Enjoy them within six months.

Fun Facts About Candy Corn

Candy corn has been made with the same recipe by the Jelly Belly Candy Company since around 1900.

What's in that recipe, exactly? Sugar, corn syrup, and marshmallow.

One serving (about 30 pieces) has 140 calories, the equivalent of three miniature Hershey bars.
The National Confectioners Association reports that more than 35 million pounds were manufactured in 2005, amounting

The Last weekly special for October

Last Stampin' Up! Deal of the Week - ONLY until October 31st!!

Princess Party Kit
Regularly $15.95 sale price $9.99

Pirate Party Kit
Regularly $15.95 sale price $9.99

Click HERE to watch a video on how to use these FUN kits!