Share What You Love and Charity

Share what you love is now online, and available to you as an early release item. There are advantages of taking up this opportunity. There are freebies in each bundle and the exclusive “Statement of the Heart” limited edition Charity stamp.


Through the Making a Difference programme, Stampin’ Up! partners with Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC). Each year, we design an exclusive stamp set to promote our partnership with RMHC and give a portion of the proceeds from each sale of that set. To date, more than $1.5 million usd has been donated from RMHC stamp set sales.

Stampin’ Up! encourages demonstrators to donate cards to their local Ronald McDonald Houses so those who are staying at the Houses can use the cards to keep in touch with loved ones while they are away from home. We also encourage demonstrators to volunteer through the RMHC programme.


So when you purchase the “Got to have it all” Bundle you will receive this limited edition stamp for free. I think this has to make you feel warm and fuzzy all over. I love to help people who need it and along with anyone in need children are my priority, they can never be loved enough. xx


Finally, the new in colours for 2018-2020 are also available with this early awesome…no waiting until the 1st June. You can purchase these as a separate item, or with any other bundle on offer.

New In colours!


Connie-Rae xx

I love black, especially combined with other colors or designs. Today’s card combines the use of Window Sheets/Acetate and Black Cardstock.

I have used a combination of punches to punch out and create the flowers it also includes using the big shot to cut a 3-inch circle, from the window sheet/Acetate.

Items used in this project:

Layering Circle Framelits Dies 141705

Layering Circle Framelits Dies Item number  141705


Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate Item number 141653

Basic Black A4 Cardstock Item number 121688


Rhinestone Basic Jewels Item number 119246








This card is a one layer card, Landscape 5″ x  Portrait 4″ scored @ 5 1/2 ”

Please watch the above tutorial on how to construct this project.

Happy Crafting.

Connie-Rae xx


Hello everyone and thank you for joining me today for this tutorial. I love this Designer Series Paper (DSP) from Stampin’Up! one side shines, with silver foil imprinted patterns and the other side, has an array of differing colours and patterns to choose from. For me however, it is the shiny side that I want to play with.

I think I managed to use this piece nicely, by pretending it is rain, falling towards the soft red rose birthday bloom. Plus it was raining today here in Sydney and summer is coming to an end, which makes us all a bit sad I am sure.

Hope you enjoyed the tutorial.

Supplies Required:

DSP  (as promised in the video) Item  number 140579 Called Shine On Specialty Designer Series Paper, Whisper White Card Stock Item number 140490 A4 Thick Cardstock. Rose Red Ink item number 126954, Stamp Set “Birthday Blooms” Item number 140655, embellishments item number 119246, dimensional’s, item number 104430, paper snips, item number 103579, Paper trimmer, item number 129722, Score board item number 122334.

140579 DSP126954140655CM121905S140490

Ps Don’t forget that the last day of the Sale-A-Bration is approaching….






Flowering Fields Free Stamp Set

Today’s tutorial comes with an interesting, approach to crafting. I used a paint brush, dry ink, stamps (of course), and normal card stock to create this card. It really is a very nice card using a free stamp set, that you can earn from Stampin’ Up! only available until the end of March, so if you want this versatile, stamp set, pop over to Stampin Up! Click here: Sale-A-Bration is ending.

Items needed to create this project are:

The free stamp setThis stamp set can be selected as an option if you choose, this as your free product. You will need to spend $90. (excluding shipping and handling), to qualify for a free item. You can choose your options, this is just one of them.

Sale-A-Bration will end the 31 March 2016, you can select a free item until then.

Thanks for stopping by. Any Question, please ask.

Connie-Rae xx



Happy Easter Peeps!!

Chicken Easter 2016

You Tube Tutorial- by Connie-Rae

Items used:

Have a cuppa DSP 140567 Hello honey card stock 133685 Hello Honey Ink 133643 scallop punch 119856 TeenyTinySenitments120024 timeless textures140517 TTTcard stock 138343 Vellum 106584


Stamp Sets:        Honey Comb Happiness, Teeny Tiny Sentiments, Timeless Textures

Card stock:          Tip Top Taupe                                   

                                Hello Honey- for the chick

DSP Mat:             Have a Cuppa-DSP Stack

Ink:                        Hello Honey


Punches:             Scallop Oval

                                Small Oval or similar, or cut oval shaped Eggs

                                Dimensional’s, glue dots

This weeks "Weekly Deals"

Hello friends, I hope everyone is travelling well?  February is over and we are into March!! Now we start with the Easter Egg giving. Way too much chocolate, around!

Speaking of beginnings and endings, we will be approaching the end of March before we know what has happened. So I would like to put it out there that the “Free” items that are available to anyone who purchases $90.00 of products will end at the end of March 2016. So please be mindful, of taking advantage of the Sale-A-Bration specials, where you can get some fab freebies before the end of March 31st!

There certainly has been a lot of hype this year on social media, then again, perhaps I am paying more attention to things, however, I have seen some amazing artistic projects from stampers and crafters, who clearly did take advantage of the “Free” items offer, which happens every year at the same time. Why not try to make your own baskets, cards, or packaging for your Easter giving…or get the kids involved!

I am always blown away, as they say, with stampers and crafters, there are always amazing artistic designs and idea’s that I find inspiring and encouraging, I love to get inky hands, DSP and card stock and get playing and designing. Even if you have never stamped before, there is so much available on social media, that you just can’t go wrong. So don’t put of that “me” time anymore!! get in and have some fun! And who doesn’t love a bargain? right?

Connie-Rae xox