Special Delivery-Peat pot style

This project was inspired by a Fellow Demonstrator -Connie Stewart.

Every month my Church has a Card Club. We have Bible study for the first 45 minutes and then we create cards for the shut-ins, Widows and widowers, the sick, etc, the second 45 minutes. In August, our group met an hour early at a Menchies Frozen Yogurt store. A Tasty way to celebrate our year of Card Club.

We all drove back to Church and proceeded to make a few cards. When we were finished-I handed out flowers and suckers to the group. Then a few Peat pots and florist sponge.

And this is what they created.


Ooh the squeals of Joy from these ladies (ranging from 40-early 70’s).

Here was another made with Dum Dums suckers-a bit smaller but worked just fine.


So much fun! It’s an easy way to give a Beautiful Bouquet delivery-in a peat pot.

Supplies I used:

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Birthday Pack


This is a fun Birthday idea I put together for a recent Workshop. I used the Endless Birthday Wishes stamp set. Although it is not in the Catalog, it is featured Online as one of our Photopolymer stamp sets. My Hostess, Chelby, was thrilled about using this set but needed ideas. A card and a gift packet, always a fun combo.


Just add rhinestones for a classy touch.


Our Chevron Tag-A-Bag Gift Bags are perfect either flat or with a few snips and Washi Tape you got a great way to present a gift.


I will tell you that the Photopolymer stamps are Fabulous and Easy to use. However a little heads up information to share. I found out that with our darker inks, the photopolymer stamps will be dyed/stained a bit. It looks like I did not clean them but I did and that is how they look afterward. This is normal. You can see right through it. Sort of like through rose colored glasses!


No worries. They are wonderful and a perfect fit with our Wood and Clear mount stamp collections.

Get your set today and start creating.


Here are the supplies I used.


Autumn Fry Box

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13yrs ago today 9/11

We Will Never Forget!

God Bless America!


A bit of Autumn is in the air.

It’s still a few days away but looking at my outside temp (46 degrees-brrr from the 70’s!), you would think it’s here. I am totally Ok with that. I love cooler weather, Love the Fall, Love Autumn. Bring it!

I am officially bringing the Autumn cards, ideas, projects and treats out for posting from this day forward!

So, I’m sharing a Fry Box I made a few weeks ago, just waiting to put up on a day like today.


Why, Yes, There is Chocolate and Caramel GHIRARDELLI inside the Fry Box. Yum!


Here are the supplies I used:

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Does this weather get YOU thinking about Fall? How about booking a workshop with me today. You just know you and your friends would have a blast seeing what’s new and create Amazing Hands- On goodies to go home with.
Before I go, I thought I would Share some gift Baskets I donated for the Walworth County Alliance for children Luncheon.
One basket has a Donated Kids party/Class and the other is a Donated Stamp a Stack Class-10 cards with 10 people.
I hope they go for Big Money and help the cause. Click here to see the information.
I am pretty much done with donations for the year but I have one more to put together this weekend.
Thanks for stopping on by and checking out my Creative Space on the Web!

Autumn Treat Box


Isn’t this the cutest thing!!! It’s Time to Unleash the Holiday Catalog ideas.

I just love Love Love this Die. Ok, slightly Skeptical with the die. Could it be really easy to use, could it be a fun new die to buy and make room for yet another framelit in my collection. Yes, Yes and Yes. I tried it and just totally loving it. I know you will too.

I used the leaves from Fall Fest and the bundled framelit dies. Always Bundle -it’s 15% off.

The greeting is the New Hostess set Good Greetings that you can get for FREE when you a Host a $300 Party/Workshop. The little background splotch of color that I stamped “give thanks” on came from another great set-For All Things.

Check out the detail of this little Wood Die Cut embellishment. It’s just the right touch for any package.


This New Curvy Keepsake Box Thinlit Die is Amazing.

See what else I used to create this box.

It’s Here-The 2014 Holiday Catalog

Whoo Hoo. Oh So so Glad it’s finally available. I bought a few of the Fall sets and I am so excited to start showing you my unique take and ideas.

Today-It’s just letting you see the New Catalog. If you have placed an order since March, you should have received this Catalog automatically. Want one? Need One? Contact me today and I will get one out to you for FREE. Sure, it’s nice to see it on your computer, but it’s far better to have it in your hands.

But for now:

Go ahead-Click on it. Don’t be shy.


So, you will probably want to see some of the Stamp sets and New little goodies in person. Great Choice.

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Come on, Book a Workshop with me Today. September and October are calling you for Autumn Fun.



Tiny Candy Treat Box


Sometimes you just need a cute little treat box to put a little something inside it.

I used Mini Ghirardelli candies to put inside:


I gave it to someone who held onto $ and an order from another customer. I just showed my appreciation for the Middle man/woman so to speak.

Of course, I know you want to make one too. So here is a Picture Tutorial for you.

First, pick your base-I used the Designer Series for the original but for this tutorial I used Garden Green Card Stock.

Then I used the Floral Frames Collection (on sale as a bundle with the stamp set this month-Hurry before Sept 1st!)


Using Green Card Stock here.


Time to break out those tools -Our Simply Scored Scoring Tool is awesome.

Score along-best by looking at picture:


Score at flower edges-makes your mountain folds.


Begin to fold all edges.


Start folding-easier with DSP so play with it for a moment with Card Stock.


Add Glue dot the inside of mountain fold-this side will go inside the box.


Add glue dot to outside Mountain fold.


Attach piece and do same on each side.


Curl the edges with a bone folder or pencil.



And the finished piece again.


Here are the Supplies I used:

(-OOPS-I also used the Flower Fair Framelits #133731 for the Flower Patch embellishment.)

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Too Much Fun.



Short but Oh So Sweet


The Short & Sweet Recruiting Promotion is here, but only for a short time. Seriously short-from August 21-28th.

And oh so Sweet: New Recruits will receive $150 in their choice of Stampin’ Up!® products for the $99 Starter Kit price.

This is an Amazing Deal BUT only for a Short Time. So Jump on it!

I would Love to have you join my Team-The Dairy Best Stampers. If you would like to take advantage of this special-Contact me for more information. (email: stampingoose@charter.net).

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The Fry Box Die

The simple French Fry Box. This IS my Favorite Die right now.

I used it this summer for my Church Vacation Bible School, personal gifts, and just fun Make and Take projects.

I had a few of my stamp clubs make these particular boxes in the past 2 weeks. I also found the Fun crinkle filler or Foo Foo as I like to call it. Perfect packaging.

Check it out:


I even had Cupcake Hand Sanitizer. I will admit I hoard these for many projects but lets not talk about that!

Here is the Cupcake up close.


Love them.


So easy to make and I really believe this particular die is Well worth the cost of $32.95. You can use it for ANY occasion and it’s easy to fill, with a bag of goodies or just dropped in. I am quite sure you will see more ideas with this box on my blog in your reading and viewing pleasure. Just letting you know because, It IS my Favorite Die, at the moment.

Here are the supplies I used:

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Have you created something this week? Go ahead, make something, you will feel great!