Cards

Upcycled Gift Boxes!  

Today's Craft Project Central is made by Christine Miller.

Today’s Craft Project Central project is made by Christine Miller.

You may throw away or recycle cereal, macaroni, or cracker boxes, but you can turn them into beautiful gift boxes for that next special occasion. See how to use Designer Series Paper and other stamping supplies to turn these plain boxes into gift wrap that is almost as impressive as the gift you are giving. You will learn how to wrap two different size boxes in your favorite patterned paper.

If you would like to learn how to make this project, you’ll want to subscribe for the month of August. With your subscription, you’ll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for five wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access to a bonus sixth project over at Craft Project Central.

Blessings,

Beth 🙂

Abby moves to college today

Stampin Up Baby Bear Hawkeye card designed by demo Beth McCullough. Please see more card and gift ideas at www.StampingMom.com #StampingMom #cute&simple4u

My heart is breaking and my sweet daughter couldn’t be happier.  I guess that’s how it’s intended to be.  We are dropping Abby off at college today.  She will be a four hour round trip away, which I know doesn’t seem too far for those of you who have kids across the country or across the world, but for me it’s a lot farther than having her tucked in her bedroom for the last 18 years.

Superman (my husband Steve) printed off some Tiger Hawks for the envelope liner.  Abby loved the Cubs Baby
Bear that we made for little Mr. Finnegan last week, so I knew she would love her own Hawkeye Baby Bear.

So where’s Abby’s matching Hawkeye gift bag you might be asking? Well, we spent all the Abby money last week “back to college” shopping, so Abby just got the card filled with more advice from her Mom.  I had 18 years to teach her and tell her everything she needed to know, but I keep thinking of more things I need to tell her.

Handmade card created by Stampin Up Demo Lynn Tague. Please see more on her blog https://beyondbeachesandblessings.com

Lynn Tague, my good friend and stamping team member dropped off this cute card and an adorable Hawkeye hot/cold cup and Hawkeye coaster.  How sweet is that?!  I wish I had a picture of the cup and coaster.  Abby immediately washed the cup and added them to the already packed car.  Thanks so much, Lynn, for making Abby smile!

Saturday night we took Abby to her favorite restaurant, Latin King, went to church one last time and visited Abby’s grandparents to say good bye.  Grandma also had an adorable pillow case she made for Abby’s body pillow, to match her quilt.

There’s nothing left to do but drive to college, haul the stuff upstairs and try to leave without sobbing.

We love you Abby!

Please email me today to reserve your Holiday catalog product share before they’re gone!  My email is Beth@StampingMom.com  You’ll receive 6″ x 12″ of all the new DSP, 1 yard of the new ribbon and a sampling of the new embellishments.  The cost with shipping is only $40.  Please see all the details here.

I have some extra ribbon so if you already reserved a share and want more than 1 yard each, please let me know and I can tell you the per yard charge.  If you haven’t reserved a share, but want to do so, consider if you would like additional ribbon.

Please use the Host Code ZSGTRW69  when you place a Stampin Up order to get your free gift from me.  You can also email me your order at Beth@StampingMom.com

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There’s still time to leave a comment on my project on Craft Project Central and win a free August subscription.

Blessings,

Beth 🙂

Time for a Coffee Break!  

Today's Craft Project Central project is designed by Sandy Mott.

Today’s Craft Project Central project is designed by Sandy Mott.

Do you know someone you don’t get to see very often because they’re so busy? With all the hustle-bustle going on in the world today, this Coffee Break set is the perfect gift to take to that person, and sit down with them for a chat. The k-cup holder is a cinch to put together – it could even stand on its own. But adding the other little coffee gift along with that matching card is sure to please and relax even the busiest friend. So, it’s time to enjoy – it’s “Time for a Coffee Break”.

If you would like to learn how to make this project, you’ll want to subscribe for the month of August. With your subscription, you’ll get illustrated, step-by-step instructions for five wonderful projects for only $10! You can find out how to gain access to a bonus sixth project over at Craft Project Central.

Blessings,

Beth 🙂