Friday, March 3, 2017



Organizing and Crafting
With New Products


Hi Everyone,

Recently we had a big snow storm. Our power went out and we were looking for something to do. My craft room has many windows, so my daughter and I decided to do some organizing. I have a great stamp pad holder that also holds my refills. Unfortunately when they are in the holder, you don't know which refill goes with which stamp pad. 


Samantha uses a fine tip Sharpe to write the colors of ink on
the lid of each refill

All labeled and ready to go in the holder
I love my stamp pad and refill holder. Now with the labels, I
can easily put the correct pair together. Thanks Sam for the
help on our snow day.

Getting Crafty for On-Stage Live 
in April


I am so excited to begin work on creating samples for the displays at On-Stage live in San Diego in April. I was selected to receive new product from the new Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog that comes out in June to create projects to display on the display boards. I received my box in the mail recently of new products. I cannot share any of the items with anyone. NO Spoilers allowed. This makes it very exciting. I can't wait until On-Stage. I can post all my projects once that happens. 

I can tell you this: Stamps, Inks, and Papers OH MY!

I hope you enjoyed my tip on storing your refills with your stamp pads. There are lots of stores that carry stamp pad and paper holders.


Remember if you order on-line, use the hostess code #MA4F4U2X. This code is valid through March.

Any time you order from me, remember you earn "Loyalty Bucks". For every $25.00 you spend you earn 1 "Loyalty Buck". Collect 20 and you choose $30.00 of free product as my gift. Check out my specials at my website for more details about "Loyalty Bucks" as well as classes and events. 

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Happy Stampin',
Mary Blocher
The Power Huff Stamper