Two free stamp sets (any price) and purchase Stampin’ Up! at a discount!

This is the best deal ever!  If there is anything in the Stampin’ Up! catalog that you plan on purchasing, I suggest you get the ultimate bundle!  You choose two free stamp sets, any price.  There’s a couple wood sets priced up to $49 each.  You also get to choose any products up to $125 and pay $99 with no shipping (normally 10%)  Thursday June 30 is the last day to get the two free sets when you select the ultimate bundle.  If you choose expensive free stamp sets, you could be getting $225 for $99!


  • For $99 you choose:   Up to $125 worth of Stampin’ Up! product for your kit.  That’s$26 in FREE product.  Choose TWO FREE stamp sets, ANY PRICE as a bonus for your starter kit.  June 1 – 30 only!  Products can be from any current catalog, including 10% off bundles. Free shipping: The kit ships to you FREE, for another 10% savings
  • Fill your wish list at a minimum 20% discount:  Once you join, you can stock up and save 20% or more on your favorite Stampin’ Up! paper, stamps, inks and tools PLUS earn more free and discounted products thru Stampin’ Rewards and special promotions.
  • Be first!  Receive FREE catalogs and an opportunity to preview and purchase new products in advance–one of my favorite benefits.
  • Earn extra MOOLA and/or free products!  Stampin’ Up! offers a fun opportunity to share your passion for stamping and earn extra income and product.  The choices are yours!
  • No risk.  From the time you join through the end of the first full Stampin’ Up! quarter you can “test drive” demonstrator discounts and benefits. Stampin’ Up! quarters are Jan. – March, April – June, July – Sept., Oct. – Dec.
  • No penalty to drop!  If you reach $300 in sales by the end of the first full Stampin’ Up! quarter, you renew your demonstrator discounts and benefits for another quarter. If you don’t reach $300 in sales, you can “drop” with no penalty.
  • DO IT JUST FOR YOU!  There’s no obligation to host workshops or parties, sell products to others or personally purchase anything beyond the kit!
  • You also get a group of instant stamping friends.  For some, this is the very best part!

Lynn and Linda already purchased their ultimate bundle from me this month and are getting to know the rest of our team.  If you live anywhere in the United States, you can be next to join our team. You’ll have access to a huge group of demos, Facebook groups, prizes and more. Click here to purchase the ultimate bundle and join the fun or email me at

Remember it doesn’t matter where in the US you live and you have no obligation to purchase anything beyond the kit.

lynn's card

Here’s a card made by Lynn.  Congrats Lynn and thanks for joining my team!  Please check out her blog here.


Here’s a card made by Linda.  Congrats Linda and thanks for joining my team!

I hope you’ll be next to let me know you are ready to have stamping fun with us! What do you have to lose?


Beth 🙂

Flower Shop Thank you

I’m back!!!!  I’ve been to New York City, Okoboji, and Kansas City all in the last two weeks. It’s time for me to stay home for awhile.  My puppies missed me and my gardens and stamping have been suffering.  I’ve also missed sleeping in my own bed.  There’s no place like home!

Stampin' Up! Thank you card made with the Flower Shop stamp set designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at #StampingMom

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UYS # 227 Good Things in 3’s! is the challenge at Use Your Stuff Challenge Blog this week. Here’s my threes: 3 flowers, 3 kinds of polka dots, 3 colors.  Please play along here.  I’m a designer for this challenge blog. 🙂



I love the sketch challenge at PalsPaperArts this week.  Please play along here.  I hope to be a designer for this challenge blog some day!

Stampin' Up! Thank you card made with the Flower Shop stamp set designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at #StampingMom

With all the fun things in the new Stampin’ Up! catalog, don’t forget to use the awesome stamps that have been around for awhile.  This flower from the Flower Shop stamp set is one of my favorites because of it’s whimsical look.  I also love that I can punch it out with the Pansy punch.

Stampin' Up! Thank you card made with the Flower Shop stamp set designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at #StampingMom

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Superman did his second triathlon of the season today.  He did awesome!


They swam 1/2 mile.  These blue swim cap guys are the 40 and over men.  There were five other groups that started their swim in staggered heats.  Elite men, elite women, under 40 men, under 40 women and over 40 women.

steve-bike June 26,2016

Biked 16 miles.  Biggest obstacle was that his iPhone holder fell off his bike three times.  He lost about 5 minutes in total retrieving it.  His speed is usually at least 20 miles per hour, so his iPhone case did a great job. The screen did not break on his phone.


steve-run June 26,2016

Ran 3.2 miles.

There were actually a couple hundred people doing the triathlon this morning, but I noticed in most of the pictures, Superman is there by himself.  Just assume it’s because Superman is winning! 🙂  Not really, but he did do very well!


Beth 🙂



We have a winner of the Envelope Punch Board…

Congratulations Vicky B of TN.  You won the Envelope Punch Board!  Please send me your address so I can mail you the Envelope Punch Board.

Thanks to everyone who entered.  Superman randomly chose the winning number!

I had Therapy Dogs today and then visited my parents.  While I was there, Mom showed me the quilt that she has made for me.  She still needs to quilt it, but the piecing is done.  I absolutely love it!  Mom has made a lot of quilts for her grandchildren, but this is the first one that she made for me.  I bought the fabric in Hawaii.  The quilt is turtles swimming in the ocean.  Thanks Mom!  I will treasure this forever!


Sorry I don’t have a card today.  I’ve had a crazy week, I can’t wait to tell you about it.



Beth 🙂