Saturday, March 28, 2009

Congratulations Scott, Andy, & Tyler

Okay, truth be told when your son quits his job to go solo (or do you call it trio?) to write programs for the iPhone and iTouch; I was concerned because of the economy.  

I made this card for them, and wanted to share it with all of you, how proud we are of him and his friends. Their program is a "Staff Favorite" for the second week of the iTunes app store. You can find the Staff Favorites at the bottom of the iTunes app store page. 

Way to go boys! Congrats!!!

To play the game all you do is pop (by touching) the balls and or wiggle your iPhone/iTouch to get 4 balls to touch and that's how you get points. Very easy concept, but surprisingly challenging. It's a fun game that can even be enjoyed by the young as well as the rest of us. They also have a Mac version and the version for PC's will soon be released.

Friday, March 27, 2009

Three easy payments for the Starter Kit

Dates: March 13-April 30, 2009

The limited-time Three Easy Payments option for purchasing the Starter Kit is intended to benefit you. In these challenging economic times, some may consider the up-front cost of signing up to be a Stampin' Up! demonstrator a financial barrier. In an effort to assist you and to remove this possible barrier for you, we're trying out the Three Easy Payments option. (Any future payment plan offering will be determined at a later date.)

The Three Easy Payments option allows a you to make a partial initial Starter Kit payment and still receive the Starter Kit right away in order to get your business up and running. 

Contact me for a complete list of what comes in the Starter Kit and for more information on how to get started.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

My March Hostess gift

This was the Hostess gift for my March hostesses. Isn't this just an adorable little bag. It's like it was tailor made for a Ghiradelli chocolate. This was a perfect project because I was able to showcase SAB DSP paper, ribbon, and stamps; it also provided me with an opportunity to demonstrate a technique, Rock & Roll, and the Big Shot.
I'm not sure who to give credit to for creating these little bags, for I had seen several examples of these little bags on SCS (Splitcoaststamers) thank you for sharing. Please leave a comment so that you can get proper recognition.  

I love the way this flower with the 5 petal flower punch and Sweet stem emboslit look together. After punching the flower I folded up 2 of the petals before adhering it to the stem. I was inspired by the Raspberry Tart DSP paper when I put it together. (I hope I'm not taking credit for someone else's creation - I've searched SCS and couldn't find any examples of this little flower).