Here are this week’s deals from Stampin’ Up! Canada! Love that the Silver Glimmer Paper is on sale right now – in time for all that holiday crafting and card making (keep scrolling down and check out the fun Hallowe’en treat bag using the Glimmer Paper on the tag!) I also have a weak spot for stationery items, so I’m thinking of grabbing a couple extra This and That Epic Day Journals. These books are fantastic “smash books” but also great for my “to do” lists and “if I don’t write it down I’ll forget” items – plus you can personalize the covers – and the insides aren’t just plain old boring paper, either!! Please feel free to contact me if you need assistance placing your order or have any questions. Happy shopping!!
1/8 Handheld Punch by Stampin' Up!
1/8″ Circle Handheld Punch

Price: $11.95 $8.96
Apothecary Accents Framelits Die
Apothecary Accents Framelits Die

Price: $31.95 $23.96
Geometrical Wood Stamp Set

Price: $36.95 $27.71
Monster Munchies Ensemble -- Digital Download
Monster Munchies Ensemble – Digital Download

Price: $13.95 $8.37
Mosaic Punch
Mosaic Punch

Price: $21.95 $16.46
Natural 5/8 Chevron Ribbon
Natural 5/8″ Chevron Ribbon

Price: $8.95 $6.71
Silver Glimmer Paper by Stampin' Up!
Silver Glimmer Paper

Price: $5.95 $4.46
This and That Epic Day Journal
This And That Epic Day Journal

Price: $13.95 $10.46

treat-bag¬†Here’s the fun treat bag we got at Stampin’ Up!’s Fall Event in Kitchener this past weekend. I was able to help make these ahead of time for attendees. (If you are on my Instagram feed, you’ll have seen this one already). We used the Chalk Talk framelits to cut the Silver Glimmer paper into tags and added the tag from Merry Everything (punched out with the Note Tag punch, which you can get as a bundle with the stamp set). Added some Motley Monsters Designer Series Paper to the Chevron Bags, tied on some Tangelo Twist 3/8″ Satin Stitched ribbon and filled with candies! I still find stray glitter around the stamp room (I think some of it’s embedded in my cutting plates now LOL) and of course on me…I guess after making 50 of these that’s to be expected.

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