Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Stamp a Stack with Affectionately Yours

Oh my I had some fun crafting today! I love making Stamp-a-Stacks, they are the perfect way to make sure that we chop up that paper and use it - remember no hoarding of paper, we want to use this gorgeous Designer Series Paper especially the new ones coming in the 2016-2017 Annual Catalogue! 

In case you missed my paper hoarding tips you can click below to see them! There are some great ideas to apply. Pin the Picture so that you can remember the ideas for your new Paper. 


Here is my awesome Stamp-a-stack! Each sheet of Designer Series Paper makes 6 card fronts. So you can get 72 cards from ONE pack of Designer Series Paper. 


I used the Love & Affection stamp set that is BRAND new from the Annual Catalogue.


Thank you for coming by today!



For those who live in Australia remember that the retired list is here and there are MANY items that will be leaving us forever. Purchase them at a reduced price today! Click Here to see the bargains that are available.


Would you like to give Project Life® by Stampin' Up!® a try but not sure where to start? I am holding an event on Facebook that will give you lots of tips and tricks and support to help you start using Project life for Memory Keeping. It is so much fun you will love being able to complete these pages fast and make it look stunning with the Stampin' Up!® Products.

Anyone is welcome to join in -from any country!


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3 comments :

  1. Thanks Kylie for these great tips. I will buy a pack of paper for just one pattern or colour I like, so the remainder pile just gets higher and higher. The last lot got so high that I was desperate!! LOL I ended up giving it to a friend's daughter who runs a community centre for refugees. She was just over the moon and I'm sure they will make good use of it.

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  2. I clicked on the "click here to see how" and it just takes you to photos.

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  3. It was the same for me as well.

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