New Sale-A-Bration items

New Sale-A-Bration items including the Reverse Words Stamp Set. Please see Stampin Up card and 3-D items designed by demo Beth McCullough at www.StampingMom.com #StampingMom #cute&simple4u

Three new Sale-A-Bration (SAB) items have been added this week.  Isn’t the Reverse Words shown above gorgeous?!

Here’s the link to see all the new SAB items.

Here’s the link to see the original SAB items that are still available while supplies last.

The Glimmer Paper is a favorite of mine!

New Sale-A-Bration items including the Stampin' Up! Glimmer Paper. Please see Stampin Up card and 3-D items designed by demo Beth McCullough at www.StampingMom.com #StampingMom #cute&simple4u

Earn a FREE gift for every $50 you spend (excluding shipping & tax) during Sale-A-Bration, the biggest Stampin’ Up! promotion of the year!   Ends March 31.  I will also send you a make and take card kit with every order of at least $50 using Host code WW3EPWT2 .  Please email me at Beth@StampingMom.com to find out more.

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Blessings,

Beth 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

Abby’s 18th Birthday weekend

Stampin' Up Clean and Simple Birthday card made with the Wish Big Framelits, designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at www.StampingMom.com #StampingMom #cute&simple4u #GDP074

I’ve made several cards trying to come up with the best birthday card for Abby’s 18th birthday.  For this one I used the design sketch from Global Design Project. #GDP074

I’ll show you some others I made later this week.

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Happy Birthday Abby! Abby turned 18 on February 16 and we celebrated last weekend with a trip to Chicago.  We don’t usually make a big deal out of birthdays, but this was an exception.  We actually planned this weekend last June and kept it a secret for eight months.  We told Abby and Keegan that we would be going to Chicago a couple weeks ago, so they could put it on their calendars.  Friday we drove the six hours and went to dinner at Giordano’s for deep dish pizza. As you can see this is not exactly health food, but it’s a favorite of ours and we don’t get to Chicago very often.

On Saturday we went to Water Tower Place and did some shopping.  Abby got tea from David’s Tea, a fancy “to go” tea bottle,

and a Chicago Cubs World Championship Bear from Build A Bear.  The Bear actually plays the Go Cubs Go song!

Abby named the bear Zobrist after the Cubs Second baseman.  Yep, Abby is Superman’s daughter!

Saturday evening we went for a nice dinner at Lloyd’s and surprised Abby and Keegan with tickets to Hamilton.  Hamilton is the wildly popular Broadway musical and the tickets are extremely difficult to get.  Tickets were going for around $450 a piece in Chicago.  We are much too thrifty (cheap) to spend that kind of money.  Superman figured out that with a certain credit card you could get tickets last June for shows in Chicago in February for a reasonable price.  We purchased the tickets and told not a soul for many months.  We’ve only surprised our kids one other time in their lives and now I remember why we don’t do this.  Superman and I have a really hard time not saying anything when we are super excited about something.  Abby and Keegan did know Hamilton was showing in Chicago and mentioned it on Saturday.  We had them look up the $450 price on the tickets and they understood right away that they would not be going to the show.  Both kids were so excited when they found out that night at dinner that we really were going to the show.  The show was fabulous!  They sang the songs all the way home on Sunday.  Abby already had all the words memorized last summer.  Anyway I hope this weekend is a fond memory for both Abby and Keegan for a very long time.  I know Steve and I will always cherish this memory!

Blessings,

Beth  🙂

You can click on any of the products below to order, or see what I used to make the card.

Timeless Tags Thinlit card

Stampin Up All Occasion card designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at www.StampingMom.com #StampingMom #cute&simple4u #GDP073

I was inspired by the Global Design Project Color Challenge.  I love the colors they chose and it helped me whip this card up in to time.  I didn’t do any stamping, but ran the die through four times, once with each of the colors.  Then I pieced the card together using a bit of glue from the Fine-Tip Glue Pen.  It made this project very easy.  The Watermelon Wonder oval was made by running the two largest ovals framelits together through the Big Shot.

#GDP073

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This would make a great Get Well, Sympathy, Thinking of You or Birthday card.  I’m going to leave the inside blank until I decide who I should send it to.

Hope you’re having a great day!

Blessings,

Beth 🙂