It’s True…It’s Operation Occassion!

Underway at the moment is the GRAND reveal of SALE-A-BRATION!  However, the system has been bombarded by everyone that they froze the system.
Yikes! But don’t worry simply click on each catalog below to see so many gorgeous new items.

  Then take a look at the FREE stuff you can get with every $50 spent in the Sale-A-Bration Catalog! 

It doesn’t get any better than this friends!

The Details:

  • Free Shipping. 
    Join as a hobby demonstrator when you want to place an order that equals $99.
  • Stampin’ Up! will literally GIVE YOU an additional $26 in product…WHATEVER you want for only $99 AND most important! FREE shipping.
  • There’s no risk, no obligation to purchase anything further and no penalty to drop!  Why not give Stampin’ Up! and my Circle of Pals a test drive and start building your $99 Starter Kit here with FREE shipping!

Use January Host Code and receive a gift from me when you place an on-line order via my on-line store or email your order to maggie@maggiemadecards.com Do not use if your order is more than $150. You will receive additional Host Rewards and automatically receive a gift from me.

Kind Regards,
Maggie

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Stamp Ink Paper: Card Maker’s Choice #80

Today’s card is for the first Stamp Ink Paper Challenge of 2017!  When I first got the card making bug I sent birthday cards to family and friends.  Then as my life got busy between deployments and military retirement, my side business in graphic design took off like wildfire.  A week or so ago, I posted on my personal FB page that #ImBringingBirthdaysBack in 2017 (hence the watermark).  I received many responses from friends (family is already included) and I got started last month.  This card went to a childhood friend, Jose.  He lived two houses down from me and our families are friends to this day.

Join us this week and show us what your style of cardmaking.

The Details:

  • Stamped Circle.  To get a perfectly round stamped image in the center punch a scrap sheet of paper no bigger than the card base (4.25″ x 5.5″). Place it in the center where you want the image placed and use a large enough stamp that will cover the opening. It doesn’t have to be round you can choose any shape you desire.
  • Boots.  Were colored with Copic markers and two sets of Stampin’ Dimensionals were used to give an added dimension to the boot and background.
  • Just for kicks. Silver metallic thread was added to the back of the boots to just for fun.

Use Host Code above and receive a gift from me when you place an on-line order via my on-line store.  Do not use if your order is more than $150. You will receive additional Host Reward and you’ll automatically receive a gift from me.

FREE SHIPPING?  You can do this each time a new seasonal catalog is introduced.  You’ll NEVER ever have to make any sales and you just let your membership expire.  Three ways steps:  

  1. Join as a hobby demonstrator when you want to place an order that equals $99.
  2. Stampin’ Up! will literally GIVE YOU an additional $26 in product…WHATEVER you want for only $99.
  3. …and most important! FREE shipping.

There’s no risk, no obligation to purchase anything further and no penalty to drop!  Why not give Stampin’ Up! and my Circle of Pals a test drive and start building your $99 Starter Kit here.

Kind Regards,
Maggie

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I’ll Tumble for You!

I have a love for all things craft related and that means more than just hand-crafted greeting cards. Especially vinyl, heat vinyl, t-shirts, and I’ve dabbled with painting wood, but I’ll show you that later.  I’m still trying to perfect my painting skills (LOL).  These two tumblers were made as a gift for two family members, sisters.  One of them is a diesel mechanic and when her dad tells his friends his daughter is a diesel mechanic he beams a great proud smile and says, “She’s my little grease monkey!”  

The other daughter loves all things Japanese, so much so that she minored in Japanese in college!  Her senior year in college she ventured on a two-week vacation to Japan with a friend.  When she returned home she told stories of how the wonderful people of Japan repeatedly asked one question, “Where did you learn Japanese? You speak it so well!” 

If you want to make something with these two designs here you go!  Select desired file: Grease Monkey Evolution (PNG, SVG), Japanese Girl Drinking Tea (PNG, SVG).

Enjoy!
Maggie

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