OnStage Display Stamper Projects Day 1 Animal Outings
OnStage Display Stamper Projects Day 3 Hand Delivered

April OnStage Display Stamper Rooted in Nature

Rooted in Nature Stampin' Up!

Hello Welcome to Day 2 of my April OnStage Display Stamper reveal.  Today's projects focus on the Rooted in Nature Stamp set from the upcoming 2018-2019 Stampin' Up! Catalog.  I especially like the the little log stamp from this stamp set.  I stamped it with Crumb Cake ink, then added a bit of Soft Suede Ink around the edges to look like bark.  I heat embossed the sentiment with Copper Emboss Powder to match the fun Copper Trim.  

The cute Bag was made with the Mini Treat Bag dies and Nature's Poem Designer Series Paper.  I'm so sad to see that the Mini Treat Bag Dies are Retiring and are only available WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.  They are so stinkin' cute and so easy to make.

Rooted in Nature Stampin' Up!

Once again I used the log stamp from the Rooted in Nature stamp set as a focal point.  Then I stamped a variety of leaves with Rich Razzleberry, Mint Macaron and Tranquil Tide Inks.  I made the cute little from with the Layering Squares dies.

Rooted in Nature Stampin' Up!

For this card I overlaid the Nature's Poem Designer Series Paper with vellum and stitched around the edge.  

Rooted in Nature Stampin' Up!

To Make this rich background  I stamped with Rich Razzleberry and Blackberry Bliss ink on Rich Razzleberry Card Stock, then added a strip of Wood Textures Designer paper.  The circles with the Stitched Shapes Dies.

Maple Syrup Scrapbook Layout

Maple Syruping has become a bit of a tradition at our house.  Every winter we set aside a couple of weekends to make this yummy goodness and share some family fun.  Uncle Bryan is a huge hit with his nephews.  He always has the coolest toys. 

The Rooted in Nature stamp set was a winner for my Maple Syrup Scrapbook Page.  My title was cut with the Large Letters Framelits Dies.  Additional journaling was stamped with the Labeler Alphabet Stamp set.  

2018 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog


The new 2018-2019 Annual Stampin' Up! Catalog starts June 1, 2018.  I will be ordering boxes of catalogs as soon as they are available in  early May and will begin mailing them to all my preferred customers as soon as I receive them, probably mid May.


3 Ways to Receive YOUR Free Stampin' Up! Catalogs

  1. New Customers Place an Online Order in my Online Store and I'll send your new Catalog asap.  Note:  If you check the No Contact Box, I will not be able to send your catalog, because I won't have your name or mailing address. 
  2. Stamping Country Preferred Customers (Anyone who has placed an order with me in last 12 months.)  Note:  If you have changed addresses since your last order or have switched to a different demonstrator.  Click Here to Log In and update your profile.
  3. Hobby Stampers and Business Minded Stampers Have you been kicking around the idea of purchasing the Stampin' Up! Starter Kit?    Get your No Obligation Deal of Deals now and you will be on board for pre-order privileges in early May.  You'll also receive the catalog with your first order in May!   Find out more here.


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David Hill Chief Executive

Wow! I really love the nature theme. Amazing!

Dr Kaine Ikwueke

I love all of your projects, dear. You're amazing!


Love all of your OnStage projects! I knew there would be somebody out there who received the same (or nearly the same) products as I did for my OnStage display in the UK. Really excited to see what you made - love that we can make such different projects with the same set of supplies.

Robin Feicht

Thanks for your comment, Helen! How fun that we received the same sets! Did you enjoy them as much as I did?

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