Thursday, August 15, 2013

Using Stampin' Up Heat and Stick powder with glitter!!! LOVE

Hey Crafters! I am so excited to share a fun video with you today! I know I said it would post sometime today and I was hoping for earlier but leave it to youtube to reject my video 3 times. lol I guess it wasn't meant to be earlier. Which it totally fine because it gave me the opportunity to go to an AMAZING Course in Miracles class!!!
 Super excited about that. SO you fun crafters want to see how to dress up and make your own embellishments???
Watch on my friends, watch on! ;)
SOOOO Let me show you this super fun video...

Also, I am the hostess this month for my Stampin' Lovies monthly stamp club. I've decided to give my hostess benefits away. Here is how it works for every purchase of $25.00 (before shipping and taxes) you spend with me you will get an entry into the hostess rewards drawing. My Stampin' Lovies girls already have $150.00 in purchases so this starts off with a guaranteed $25.00 free hostess dollars.
  1. When checking out be sure to use the hostess code QSRNMH46.
  2. Every $25.00 will earn one entry so if you spend $50.00 you will get two entries and so on and so forth. (This applies to my Stampin' Lovie Club as well)
  3. Head on over to my Stampin' Up online store here.
  4. Party will close on August 25th at 12:00 PM MT
  5. Winner will be announced via video on August 26th
Thank you all so much for stopping by. Hope you are having a great week!!!
BUT WAIT...there is MORE!!! If you purchase any of the items I featured in today's video you will get TWO extra entries!!!! How sweet is that? The extra entries deal ends 8/17/13 @12:00 PM MST. ;)


  1. Very cool Raven. i have some of that heat and stick powder. I am going to have to dig it out. I love the glitter on the button! Thanks for sharing!
    Cara BIF

  2. Lovely, thanks for your inspiration. Going to have to dig out my stash and give it a whirl.
    Blessings, Linda

  3. Pretty card, thanks for the tutorial what a great idea! BIF

  4. Love the gold embossing, pleaded trim and the colors are so soft! very pretty!!