Tip of the Week: Creating One of a Kind Projects with Craft Ink

Pull out your craft ink, and get your kids to stamp a variety of items to create fun keepsakes!

You can use craft ink on pretty much any surface (unlike regular classic ink) but keep in mind it takes about 3-5 minutes to dry, and can be a bit messy, so have a wet facecloth or baby wipes handy for cleanups.

Here's just a few ideas of items you can stamp with craft ink: tote bags, ceramic tiles (get bigger ones and do hand or footprints), t-shirts, glass plates, and more.

Take a trip to your local discount store and I'm sure you can find more items to stamp on!

*Craft Spots come in a family of colours—perfect for any scrapbooking or craft project. And Craft ink is great for embossing.
*Coordinate with exclusive card stock, pastels, and markers
*1" x 1" square pad

 

 


Stampin’ Up! is offering a ‘$45 Rejoin’ kit of supplies only for former demonstrators who have quit or lapsed before March 31st, 2010.

Rejoining at this special price is only via Mail and you will need to send in the paperwork to be received by July 31st.

Contact me for the paperwork

The Rejoin Starter Kit Contains:

  • 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog (8)
  • 2010 Summer Mini Catalog (8)
  • Guest invitation postcards (100)
  • Customer order forms (50)
  • 2010-2011 Definitely Decorative catalog (1)
  • Two months free Demonstrator Business Web Services (DBWS) subscription

OR select one of our regular starter kits, click here to check it out and sign up online! (Available with no tax and no HST)

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me. 


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