Quick Tip Video

I was unable to post on Saturday as we had family visiting over the weekend.  We were busy every waking moment! We aren’t usually all together in one place so it was wonderful having my loved ones all in one spot! My youngest daughter, Erin, organized a family picture and I am so happy that she did!  Here we are the last night of the visit!

Loved Ones

We’ll all be together again in September for Audrey’s birthday.  I can’t wait!

I am starting a new series called Quick Tip Videos! Today I’ll show you how I store my photopolymer stamps so that they take up less space in my craft room!

 

Place a minimum $35 order using the host code below, before July 15th, and I will send you these completed cards!  You’ll also receive a PDF listing all the supplies and cutting dimensions as well as have access to a private video showing you how to create the cards.  For more information, click here!

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6 Responses to “Quick Tip Video”

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  1. Shirley says:

    I like the idea of storing stamps in the plastic sleeves. But where do you get the heavier plastic sleeves. Would you email me the store or website. Thanks. Shirley

    • Tracy says:

      Hi Shirley,
      I’ve used Avery Elle stamp sleeves and really love the thickness of them. I just emailed you the link!
      Thanks,
      Tracy

  2. patrapblog says:

    Hi Tracy,
    I enjoyed the quick video tip and it is very useful info for me. I think I will do the same with my photopolymer. I have used the Avery Elle envelopes to store many stamp set that don’t come in the Stampin up cases and have found them a very good quality.

    Also I’d like to thank you for sharing your wonderful family photo. Our families do have such challenges trying to get everyone in the same place at the same time. You will enjoy that great photo forever. I come from a large family of 6 children and we now have spouses and children of our own (some of which are now married and starting families of their own) so an immediate family gathering is 44 people!! We do manage to get together every Thanksgiving and each year take and cherish a family photo.

    Blessings,
    Pat

  3. Patty Barzee says:

    I love the family picture!

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