For My Hairdresser… or Yours

Sweetie Pie

Are you a hairdresser?  Or like most of us… just go to one?  I hit that magical time when the hair coloring is now a standing appointment every six weeks.

I wear my hair like the middle Sweetie Pie… long. After 16 years of going to Teresa, I decided that giving her card that fit her profession was long overdue!

She’s so passionate about her profession I know she will love it as much as I have loved going to her for the past 16 years.

Are you a hairdresser?  If so, I have a FREE gift for you.  I would LOVE LOVE LOVE for you to give one of these cards to your all time favorite customer.

Here’s how to get your free card: …this offer is limited, you have until Saturday, April 12th to send me an email ( with your mailing address.

What else will I do for you that will benefit you… Take a picture giving this card to your customer and I will feature you on a future blog post!  Who doesn’t like FREE advertising!?

I have subscribers around the world and all over the country.  If you’re not a hairdresser and know of a hairdresser that would benefit from the FREE offer forward them this link right now.

Sweetie Pie

Lesson Learned:  Did you notice anything different from Blonde Sweetie Pie?  I’ll wait while you scroll up to take a closer look ——- great, you’re back.

How did I make it look like she was smiling instead of frowning?  Easy!  I used my real red Stampin’ Write Marker and made the frown go up. You too can make these simple handmade cards.  Just stamp the images right on the Whisper White card stock.

Doesn’t get any easier than that. If you know any hairdresser who you think would benefit from this post… forward it to them.  Perhaps they can make these cards for their clients. =)

Here’s what I would love for you to do… leave a comment below and tell me if you have become friends with the person who cuts your hair?

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Stampin’ Up! Some Thank You Cards

I have something other than a Valentine’s Day card.   I’ll return to those tomorrow, which will happen to be the Pretty Pals January Blog Hop.  Make sure to come back and check out some Spring Catalog favorites.

These cute little cards were made for a customer who placed an on-line order.  It is my way of saying, “Thank You” for placing an order with me.  The cards were quick & easy to make and they will certainly bring a little bit of sunshine to the people who receive them.

The Papillon Potpourri stamp set is absolutely stunning with magnificent details.  I used the Hearts A Flutter framelit on a little piece of Primrose Petal card stock leftover scrap to make the little tag behind the sentiment.  The rhinestone was added to add a bit of pop.

PLEASE LEAVE ME A COMMENT:  I’m on a countdown before going overseas for six months and I’m beginning to have separation anxiety from my craft room.  What items do you suggest I take with me?

Thank you so much for stopping by.  I am so grateful that you have reached the bottom of the post.  I know 2013 is going to bring me a whole lot of blog visitors.

Stampin’ Up! Products Used:
Stamp Set: Papillon Potpourri (123759), Teeny Tiny Wishes (115370),
Paper: Crumb Cake (120953), Primrose Petals (126841), Very Vanilla (101650)
Ink: Primrose Petals (126858)
Punches: Word Window (119857), Elegant Butterfly (127526)
Embossing Folder: Lacy Brocade (127819)
Framelits: Hearts A Flutter (130159) from Spring Catalog

Accessories: Rhinestone (119246), Medium Envelopes (107301)

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Has someone ever done something so thoughtful & nice beyond your expections and you just want to give them a simple ‘Thank You’ card?  This is just that card.  It can be made in a matter of minutes.

You can use any color you want and any shape punch to create this quick & easy card.  Click here see the instructions.

You will never notice that I stopped in the middle of writing this post to place my order from the Spring Mini Catalog and it’s killing me to not be able to share the catalog with you yet!

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Stampin’ Up! a Thank You

Do you have a favorite color?  I have two.  My primary favorite color is pink and secondary is deep blue.  I call the Pacific Point card stock Wolverine Blue because I’m a University Michigan football fan.  Although the school’s Maize color is brighter than the So Saffron, it compliments the flower patterns in the Comfort Cafe Designer Series Paper beautifully.

I used Easy Events stamp set that I left in nude.  I know you’re thinking… Stampin’ Up! has a nude color?  Actually, no, but since I didn’t paint the petals, they are bascially nude don’t you think? (LoL)  What is so ironic is that I have no eye for color (LoL).  I’m not color blind, I just don’t know how to match colors very well.

I have nothing to worry about.  Why?  Because Stampin’ Up! color matches just about everything?  Don’t forget to check out the hot sales/current promotion Stampin’ Up! has going on.  This entire week is Black Friday, so if you are wondering what you can get your friends or family for Christmas… think about the great deals you can make out with without ever fighting the crowds.

This card was created using a sketch by Margaret Moody at the Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge.

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