Sunday, February 21, 2016

Crazy Crafters Blog Hop February - Guest Stamper Patty Bennett


Welcome to our monthly Crazy Crafters Blog hop! This month we have a VERY special guest with us - Patty Bennett and we are so excited! Patty recently joined the Crazy Crafters for our team monthly meeting and helped us all so much. She is also a million dollar achiever - that's right she has sold over one million dollars of Stampin' Up!® Product. WOW! Here is Patty -


You may be starting here on the hop or may have come from the person before me - currently you are at my blog - Kylie Bertucci so you can check the Blog Hop list below to see who is after me and make your way around. Our theme this month would be CASE-ing Patty. We are going to Copy And Selectively Edit one of Patty's cards of our choice! Isn't that fun!

This is the Patty's project that inspired me -


I love that Patty often does Stamp-a-Stack cards that highlight our designer series paper. Many times we want to find a quick card that is affordable, fast yet stunning. Especially for my new recruits, team members or customer thank you cards I like to make these type of cards as I am making many of them in one go.

During Sale-a-Bration I have been able to welcome nine new team members directly signed up with me and an incredible 32 new team members in the Crazy Crafters team! I like to send my new recruits a welcome card - So I made some cards using Patty's project as my inspiration.

Can you believe that 1/2 a pack of designer series paper makes 36 cards?? That means get just ONE pack of Designer Series paper and you have 72 cards that will not take you long to make at all! Plus the cost is only $18.95 plus two packs of cardstock that matches the paper at $12.25AUD each and you have left over cardstock with that too. That means it is less than $1 a card! The only extra you need is a sentiment and a punch. How easy is that??

Keep an eye out in the next few days as I am going to give you the opportunity to purchase this bundle with instructions!

Here are some of the cards individually. They were so good to put together.

Measurements were normal card base and then cut the paper at 9.5cm x 13.9cm. (In Inches - 4" x 5-1/4"). I then used the Washi Tape Punch and the Congrats sentiment came from the Happy Happenings Stamp set. It is so simple and yet so effective!


I hope you enjoyed my Stamp-a-Stack cards today - remember you can do this with ANY of our Stampin' Up!® Designer Series Paper. Stop hoarding and put it to good use. I would love if you could pin my cards above.

Now remember that you currently are visiting me - Kylie Bertucci. Have a look in the list to see who is up next. 

17 comments :

  1. awesome idea thanks for sharing kylie

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  2. So beautiful - Love it! I agree with Angela - Great idea! Thanks for the helpful tips :)

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  3. Wonderful idea kylie thanks for sharing

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  4. Love the Stamp a Stack concept, great way to show of the lovely DSP

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  5. Way too cute Kylie.....love the concept....will definitely start doing this

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  6. Lovely and simple, just the way we like it. Stamp-a-stack sure is a great way to showcase or to have cards on hand when needed.

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  7. Great idea - it's such pretty paper!

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  8. Love stamp a stack cards! These look great, TFS Kylie & thanks for organising another wonderful blog hop!! xx

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  9. Love your cards! The stamp-a-stack is such a great time saving idea!

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  10. WOW what an awesome idea. Great cards

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  11. Wow this is brilliant, I could make up so many gifts for next to nothing this way and I will get past of what to do with DSP

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  12. Great cards Kylie - I so need to do this with my DSP!! :-)

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  13. Love the thousands of cards you can create from one pack!!! Awesome showcase. Regards from 'confessed DSP hoarder"

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  14. Fantastic idea Kylie!! Thank you for asking me to join your hop.. it was so much fun. You have a most amazingly talented group!!

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  15. Simple, yet lovely cards. My style. TFS!

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