Author Archives: Linda Heller

Direct to Paper Pillow Box

Matt and I are heading to Alaska tomorrow on the Stampin’ Up Incentive Trip cruise!  This is our 12th trip with SU and continually thankful for my team and faithful customers who helped me earn it each year.  I’ll be … Continue reading

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Darling Label + Broadway Bound = Snazzy Birthday Card

Have you seen this punch box bundle in the Stampin’ Up annual catalog? It’s on page 44 and has 6 photopolymer stamps that coordinate with the Darling Label punch.  It comes in a big 8″x 8″ tin with 2 ink … Continue reading

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July 1st Fireworks with 3 Promotions!

What a way to wake up and start July with 3 new Stampin’ Up promos! The first one is a sign up promo for a whole color family set of ink pads FREE!  Choose a group of 10 new ink … Continue reading

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Mini Shopping Bag Gift Card Holder Tutorial

I’ve been going through some of my really old, pre-HD videos on Stamping School.  Time to send them to the recycle bin but also to do an updated version with new papers.  This is one I did back in 2008 … Continue reading

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Linda’s Paper Shares Round 2!

Want a big stack of papers to play with?    Round 2 is beginning today for my paper shares!  It’s a great way to get a sample of all the papers and some accessories without having to buy it all. … Continue reading

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Accented Blooms Shaker Card

I love a shaker card! The first thing I saw with this new stamp set, Accented Blooms, was a window. I was initially going to just make a recessed greeting but it turned into sparkly shaker window instead. BTW, when … Continue reading

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5 Things that should be on your First New Catalog Order!

(Click here to view PDF version!) It’s the first day of our brand new annual catalog! It’s a beautiful catalog cover showcasing the 30th Anniversary of Stampin’ Up! That’s a lot of stamps, smiles and creativity over 3 decades, isn’t … Continue reading

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