Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Thinlit Card Dies are coming tomorrow!

Stampin'Up! introduced these amazing new Thinlit Card Dies at Convention a few weeks ago! I can't wait to order mine and share with you what I create with them! Stay tuned! Or better yet, subscribe to my blog or my Facebook Fan page Stampingismytherapy for the most up to date information on what I am doing with all these wonderful Stampin'Up! products! 

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Snow Day Snowman Swap Card

Is it winter yet?  My favorite thing about winter is bringing out all of my snowmen and decorating the house up with them.  This sweet little guy I made for an organized swap for the Stampin'Up! Convention a few weeks ago. 
 Here's what I used:
131895    Snow Day - Clear Mount
131197    Bermuda Bay Cardstock
131297    Coastal Cabana Cardstock
132183    Winter Frost Designer Series Paper Stack
124005    Silver Glimmer Paper
129399    Tea Lace Paper Doilies 
101731    White Craft Ink Pad
119275    Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch
100082    Basic Black Marker
                Chocolate Chip Marker
                Tangerine Tango Marker
                Strawberry Slush Marker
131175    Coastal Cabana Ink Pad
I hope you enjoy my little snowman from the Snow Day stamp set in the Holiday Catalog that will be available August 1st.  You can shop directly thru me online at
Thanks and have a great day! 


Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Lunch at Dear Lizzies

What a treat is was to have a great friend living in the Salt Lake area who could take me to do some fun lunch and shopping at Dear Lizzies in Highland Utah. They had the cutest sign made up and goodies for Stampin'Up! Convention attendees at the cash register.

Here I am with Cristtin in the background! We had a great time trying on a few accessories!
I really loved this headband on Cristtin!

Rings anyone?

A lovely display of desserts!

Lunch was delicious and I loved the chips being served in a teacup, so fancy.

This cupcake was SO yummy!

This store is so beautifully done in shabby chic! I will definitely make it back there next time I am in Salt Lake City!