Thursday, July 22, 2010

{Quick} Tip Video!

Hi Everyone!

We are busy getting ready for lots of things! Our first expo is coming up really quickly! You should see us trying to practice setting up the booth. Haha. It will be very interesting!

We are also packing up the Club shipments for August. Don't forget, Club Members will receive a {FREE} Mini Stamp set with this shipment! Sign up NOW to qualify. {If you sign up after July 31st, you do NOT qualify for the free mini set. You MUST be a member BEFORE August 1st to qualify!}

Here's a {Quick} Tip video I have to share....



{If you can't see the video above, click here to see it!}



I wanted to share this adorable card by Guest Design Team Member, Emily. I LOVE how she used the robots2build set to create the flowers, the chick's arms from the eggs4Easter set for the leaves and the grass from the eggs4Easter set!!!!



On a personal note, we are celebrating at our house! It was just announced that my oldest daughter was named the Varsity Cheer Captain! ;) Ahhh....the 10 years of cheer payments really paid off! ;)

Happy Stamping!

Hugs,
Stephanie
The {Stamps} of Life

5 comments:

Tracey said...

Great tip! Thanks for sharing! I have a few blocks around here that are in kinf od rough shape.

Love that card too! It is always fun to see stamp sets used in different ways!!

And, last but certainly not least, congrats to your daughter!! That is wonderful news!! xx

marla said...

Great tip and Thanks for sharing Stephanie. I will now have to add a new supply to my craft room!! I hate messy blocks also!!

isu.alum said...

I've never used a magic eraser but I can say that the most awesome stamp cleaner and conditioner AND acrylic block cleaner is SIMPLE GREEN...I just squirt a bit on a dry cloth and rub it with my finger...It lasts forever and keeps my stamps/blocks in TIP TOP Shape!!! I've had a bottle for almost three years!

Love how Emily (I think that was her name) made that adorable card with a multitude of sets. The colors are oh so gorgeous too!!!

Kerry

Ms. Jackie said...

Thanks for the tip. I have magic eraser around the house all the time. The kids use them on their white leather tennis shoes. And we have a boat, and my husband use it on the area that the rubber from the docks come off onto the boat. I heard you can also get crayons off of walls, haven't tried that yet.

But thanks again. I tried it on some of my blocks, and magic it was gone......

Michelle said...

Love Magic Erasers! I never thought about using them on my acrylic blocks though, I'm going to have to try that!

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