Tuesday, July 14, 2009

And the Packages Keep Coming...

More new goodies arrived today at Your Maine Stamper!

If you don't yet have a heat gun or you want a quieter model, call the store to hold a Ranger Heat It Craft Tool. I LOVE mine. It's quiet enough to watch TV while crafting without having the volume set at 50 even. It's also small and lightweight. These have not been available for a long time from Ranger, but they're back!

Lydia got more new Christmas stamps in today--nice words and images--as well as other words for all occasions (Just Because...) and some beautiful thoughts for sympathy cards.

I've posted a picture that show a really beautiful card that Robyn made in a flash yesterday using the new Spellbinders that one can use to cut, emboss, or stencil...and they work in the Cuttlebug or any other such device. Truly spectacular!

Robyn sent a helpful in in a comment the other day--you can view any of the pictures on this blog in a larger format by just clicking on the picture you wish to enlarge. That way you can see all the details up close.

Connie also sent along these helpful hints for posting comments to this blog:
In order for someone to post a comment to your blog without a pass word, the system
seems to be:
Go to POST A COMMENT BOX section of your blog
Write in your comments
Click "Post Comment" below the comments box
Select Anonymous from the Select Profile section
Click Post Comment again
Type in the odd letters as requested into the section where it asks for them
Click the bold Post Comment section once again
This should allow a comment to be post anonymously -- not giving out your email
address if you chose to not leave it.

Please let me know if this doesn't work and I'll refine the steps.

There's still room in the Saturday and Monday classes. Call the store to reserve your space!

Happy stamping!



  1. Love Robyn's card; it is so elegant!!! I googled "inchies" and have been experimenting in preparation for Monday's class...can't wait to see what you have planned.

  2. Thanks Kellie! It was very fun to make...

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