Tuesday, May 29, 2012

My Pink Stamper Design Team Post - May

Welcome!  Thanks for joining me today for the My Pink Stamper Design Team Post for May.  Me and my fellow designers are having a blast playing with Robyn's new line of image stamps, and today we are featuring Girlie Doodles, and Girlie Sayings:

And here's what I made:

So who knew, but the Paper Dolls cartridges work perfectly with the Girlie Doodles stamp set.  I cut this little girl at 4.5 inches, which was the perfect size to coordinate with the hat and the bag in the stamp set.  Imagine making a bunch of paper dolls, and then stamping a hats and purses that a little girl could color herself.  I think that would make a great gift!

StampsMy Pink Stamper Girlie Doodles, Girlie Sayings
Ink:  My Pink Stamper Darkest Night Black Hybrid Ink
Cricut Cartridge:  Paper Doll Dress-Up
Border Punch:  Martha Stewart
Paper:  Stampin Up, AC Cardstock
Accessories:  Recollections (pearls), Copic markers, Offray (ribbon)

If you haven't already, be sure to head over to My Pink Stamper so you can see all of the wonderful Design Team members' projects.  Have a wonderful day!

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Pinterest Success

Any other Pinterest addicts out there?  I don't know if I have quite reached addict stage yet (yet!) but I really enjoy checking out all the latest pins from my friends and family.  Who would have thought that a website that is just pictures could be so fun and so inspiring!  You have to be a little bit careful though, especially when it comes to trying recipes.  I once saw a pin for "edible glitter", that when you clicked through to the original website, it was actually a recipe for non-toxic glitter - made from salt!  Ack!

I have had a few success stories though.  Most recently I tried this:

What is refrigerator oatmeal?  Personally, I would call this more of a muesli.  The end result is YUM-E!  I have three growing children, two of which are tween girls that are eating me out of house and home.  We've kind of been a cold cereal family.  I grew up eating cold cereal, I like cold cereal, my family likes cold cereal, and cold cereal (if you get the good stuff) can be fairly healthy.  It's darned expensive though, especially when your family is eating two bowls of the stuff.  These really are as yummy as they look, and fairly inexpensive to make - especially if you make your own yogurt, which I do.  The only suggestion that I would make, is if you try the Banana Cocoa version, I would use (maybe) 1 tsp of cocoa instead of the 1 tbsp.  I think my favorite is the blueberry maple.  My family likes them too.  Well, except for maybe my husband.  He thinks I'm trying to kill him when I make anything healthy for him.  I think the chia seeds were a little too much for him to think about...

Monday, May 21, 2012

More My Pink Stamper New Release

I am having so much fun with these new stamp sets!  If you haven't seen them already, Robyn at My Pink Stamper has released line art!  Here are a couple more projects:

Birthday Doodles

Paper:  DCWV, Doodlebug Design
Accessories:  Bakers Twine, Copic Markers, Stickles

and Girlie Doodles

Paper:  DCWV, AC Cardstock, Doodlebug Design
Border Punch:  Martha Stewart
Accessories:  Diamond Glaze, Pearl gems, (Recollections), Color Me Crazy Flowers

Friday, May 18, 2012

Pinktastic Special Release Blog Hop!

Welcome!  If you arrived here from My Pink Stamper then you're in the right place.  If you arrived here on your own today, I invite you to hop over to My Pink Stamper so you can begin at the beginning.  I'm so excited that you have decided to join us today for this very special blog hop celebrating the My Pink Stamper newest stamp release.  My Pink Stamper stamps are so much more than our favorite phrases now.  Robyn has released line art stamps!  There are two sets in this release, and for today's hop we are featuring:

Birthday Doodles (available in this exclusive kit)

Also available are:

and Girlie Doodles:

Also available for purchase is this super cute My Pink Stamper tumbler:

And last, but certainly not least is my project featuring the Birthday Doodles stamp set:

Stamps:  My Pink Stamper Birthday Doodles
Cuts:  Silhouette Nesting Scallop, circle
Paper:  DCWV Blossoms & Butterflies, Stampin Up, not sure where the polka dots came from (hee hee)
Border Punch:  American Crafts Knock Outs Scallop
Embellishments:  Stickles, gem, American Crafts ribbon, Color Me Crazy flowers, Copic Markers

The stamps and tumblers go on sale at 12:00 PM CST, in limited quantities, and if you order by 3:00 pm CST your order will be shipped today via Priority shipping for free Also, be sure to leave a comment at My Pink Stamper and then join us for My Pink Stamper Live at 11:30 am CST.  One lucky viewer will win a free Birthday Doodles kit, and that will be announced at 11:45 am on My Pink Stamper Live.

For the Birthday Doodles kit, order here.
For Girlie Doodles, order here.
For the My Pink Stamper Tumbler, order here.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  The next stop on the hop is Carissa at Sprinkled with Glitter.  I have also included the entire blog hop list below.  Have fun!

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Happy Mothers Day

Happy Mothers Day to all women.  Whether you have children of your own or not, women have the opportunity to nurture and bless the lives of all with whom they come in contact.

Wednesday, May 9, 2012


The winner for the National Scrapbook Day Giveaway, a That's Punnylicious set provided by Robyn at My Pink Stamper is:

Blogger KSinMT said...
This stamp set is on my wish list. Thanks for the opportunity to win it. Kathy
May 5, 2012 2:58 PM

Congratulations!  See your email!  :-)

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Great deal on Silhouette Downloads

If you have a Silhouette, there is a great deal for digital downloads at the Silhouette Online Store available at Plum District right now:  $30 worth of downloads for $18!  And if you use the discount code visa10 you can get an extra 10% off.  Hurry, it's only available for a limited time.  You can see the deal here.

Saturday, May 5, 2012

My Pink Stamper NSD Designer’s Choice Blop Hop **GIVEAWAY**

**Giveaway Closed**

Happy National Scrapbook Day!  I'm so glad that you have decided to celebrate the My Pink Stamper way and have joined us for our Designer's Choice Hop.  If you arrived here from Edna's blog (Create with Expression) then you're in the right place.  If you arrived here on your own, I invite you to hop over to My Pink Stamper so you can start at the beginning and see all the wonderful designers' projects.

Isn't it amazing that we have a day just to celebrate preserving memories?  Scrapbooking really is the perfect combination of creativity and history, and I don't do enough of it.  The stamp set that I have chosen to showcase today is That's Punnylicious:

I LOVE all of Robyn's Punnylicious line.  They're so fun!  The occasion that I chose to scrapbook for today isn't exactly a wonderful memory, but an endearing one, and something that should be documented nonetheless.  My son broke his arm last weekend on the play set in our backyard, poor kid!  Later while we were sitting snuggling he told me that he was trying to be Indiana Jones.  He had flicked his whip up over the top of the play set, thinking that it would wind around something so he could pull himself up.  It didn't quite work that way, poor little guy.  I couldn't help but smile when he told me.  I don't love that he got hurt, but I do love his very vivid imagination.  He's such a character and I wouldn't have him any other way.

Stamp:  My Pink Stamper That's Punnylicious
Cuts:  Cricut Create a Critter (monkey, vine, bananas), Plantin Schoolbook (scallop border, grass), Silhouette Playground
Paper:  Making Memories (stripes), AC Cardstock, Stampin Up
Embellishments:  assorted buttons, linen thread

**GIVEAWAY**- Leave a comment for a chance to win your very own That's Punnylicious stamp set!  Thank you My Pink Stamper for your very generous donation.  Don't forget to include your email address so I have a way to contact you.  I will choose a winner on Wednesday, May 9th.

Thanks for stopping by.  The next stop on the hop is Chelle's blog (Paper Krate).  I have also included the entire hop order below.  Have fun hopping, and have even more fun celebrating National Scrapbook Day.  I hope your day is a creative one! 

Thursday, May 3, 2012

More My Pink Stamper New Release

Today I am featuring Girlie Sayings:

Robyn always come up with the cutest "play on words" sentiments.

I decided that I needed to stretch my creativity a little with the palette I chose for this card.  I tend to shy away from the warmer tones.  And quite frankly, it's a challenge to try and make this many colors work together.  Did I succeed?  I'm not sure.  :-)  The papers and colors for this card are all from American Crafts, specifically from their "Love" line.  I think it has kind of an eclectic vintage look to it, which I thought was perfect for the hat and the sentiment.

Stamp:  My Pink Stamper Girlie Sayings
Cricut Cartridges:  Kate's ABC's (hat), Sweet Treats (scallop), Plantin Schoolbook (circle)
Paper:  American Crafts (Love line)
Embellishments:  DCWV (buttons), Martha Stewart (pearl), baker's twine

If you haven't already, be sure to head over to My Pink Stamper so you can check out the whole new release.  And in more fun news - My Pink Stamper stamps now come in an exclusive pink photopolymer.
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