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Thursday, May 2, 2013

New photopolymer stamps, vintage finds and flowers in bloom!

 If you haven't tried our photopolymer stamp sets yet, now is the time! We've got two more for you: Show & Tell 1 and 2. Together these sets feature more than 60 versatile images that you can mix and match to create personalized backgrounds, patterns, layers, and dimensions to make any project stand out. And even better, these sets are featured in our new Seeing the Possibilities Class! Take this class to discover how quickly and easily you can line up the stamped images for precision placement, achieve just the right ink coverage, combine images together exactly where you want them. . .well you get the idea. The possibilities are endless!

You can purchase each set and the class separately, or for a better deal, get the bundle of all three!

Click on the link here to see the photopolymer stamps and get the prices and item codes. Then you may order thru my Online Store at Any order of $40 or more will receive a free 2013-2014 Stampin' Up! Catalog.

I've enjoyed roaming through thrift stores with Kim, picking up silver plated or pewter sugar and cream containers and this tray. I saw a similar idea on Pinterest and wanted to duplicate the look.
I love the way it looks! I put the tray and plants on the washstand just inside the front door. The succulents were only a couple bucks each at Home Depot. This whole display was less than $25! Here are other recent finds:

An industrial timer that works!

And a cool, working coffee grinder. It's on my kitchen windowsill. Looking out my kitchen window, here's what I get to look at (these are especially for my blogging friend, Donna, who takes AMAZING photos):

Lilacs (I can't wait to give my friend Sue a big bunch of these for her birthday in a few days. Purple is her favorite color!)
And magnolias. They make me think of my friend, Jennifer, in Hawaii, because her parents gave Eric and I this magnolia tree when we got married 18 years ago. It's grown slowly and steadily over the years, and blooms in wonderful purples. I love it.

Thanks for visiting! I hope you enjoyed the photos.


Kim said...

Wow! love, love, love the pics!
But, I think I NEED the coffee grinder!
hugs, kim

Tonawanda said...

Hi Terry I'm new to your blog. I'm a friend of Amanda Nash. I'm also a SU demo. But I wanted to compliment you on your blog. I had a nice time looking around. You have some awesome projects. And I love your flowers. I had just updated my blog before I came over to yours and posted about my floral inspiration as well! I'm kind of new to SU so everything on my blog is not "tweeked" ~ any suggestions appreciated! check me out at

have a wonderful day! Tona