Daisy Delights

The Daisy Delights stamp set and punch were SO popular during the demonstrator pre-order (before the Annual Catalog went public) that it seemed to be on perpetual back-order.  That situation is finally straightened out, so I feel safe in sharing this card:

Maui Stamper Daisy Delight

  • Stamps: Daisy Delight, Floral Phrases
  • Color Palette: Whisper White, Fresh Fig, Crumb Cake, So Saffron, Wild Wasabi
  • Accessories: Daisy Punch, Fresh Fig 1/8″ Sheer Ribbon, 3/4″ Circle Punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Fine Tip Glue Pen, Floral Phrases DSP

Maui Stamper Daisy Delight

The Fine Tip Glue pen is more than adhesive – it gives a great shine – but do it when everything is finished and you can set your project aside to dry. It takes a long time, at least in Hawaii.

2018 DIY Easel calendars and refills are available! Get the details HERE.

Maui Stamper Stampin' Up! 2018 DIY Easel Calendar Kit

  • DIY Easel Calendar Kit is $9.00
  • DIY Calendar refill is $6.00

Shipping is by USPS and will be sent First Class or Priority Mail.  I ship the best possible method at the best possible price and will calculate based on what you order.  Typically, a single Calendar refill can be sent in a First Class envelope with postage of $.91.  Easel Calendar Kits are shipped Priority Mail Small Flat Rate with postage of $7.15.  I can ship multiple kits in one box.

Many crafters have asked for the template over the years. I do not sell the template. I didn’t create it and I don’t own it, and the crafter who does own it does not want to sell it as a template.

To order, leave a comment or email me directly at AnneMatasci (at) gmail (dot) com.  I’ll need your order, your delivery address and your email address. I will send an invoice via Square, and you can choose your payment method.  Your calendars will not ship until the fourth week of September. At this time, I do not ship outside of the United States.

 

 

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A Cozy Christmas (not a Maui Christmas)

We don’t have scenes like this on Maui at all, but it doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy them:

Maui Stamper Cozy Christmas Hearth and HomeAt convention, one of the presenters showed us how you could make little pin-point dots on a piece of card stock with our new Fine Tip Glue Pen and add Dazzling Diamonds (don’t tell) for this snowfall effect.

Maui Stamper Cozy Christmas Hearth and HomeI took it a step further and added snow on the roof, the trees, and the windowsill.

Maui Stamper Cozy Christmas Hearth and HomeI tried the same card again using Basic Black and some of our retired Silver Encore card stock, but I still felt that the sponging for the sky needed to be deep blue – this is Isand Indigo and Night Of Navy.

Maui Stamper Cozy Christmas Hearth and HomeThe second time around I liked my drifting snow much more.

I’m ambivalent – do you have a preference?  One thing I’m sure of:  the Hearth and Home Window frame Thinlits are a big hit!

A calendar for September

I chose an old favorite for my September easel calendar.  I must not be the only one who likes it, because it’s still available in the 2015-2016 Annual Catalog:

Maui Stamper DIY Easel Calendar September 2015

  • Stamps:  Summer Silhouette
  • Color Palette:  So Saffron, Hello Honey, Early Espresso
  • Accessories:  Dazzling Diamonds

I’ve been a little wild and crazy with the Dazzling Diamonds lately, and I hope I don’t get too careless.  Mr. Maui Stamper is NOT a fan of glitter on the run.  If it is firmly attached to something – anything – he will tolerate it, but glitter in the air, on clothing, or (especially) on the furniture drives him crazy.

Maui Stamper DIY Easel Calendar September 2015

But look at those beautiful sparkly bits!  It absolutely had to be done.  Can I let you in on a little secret?  I just added those Dazzling Diamonds a few days ago with my new, about-to-be-released Fine Tip Glue Pen from the Holiday Catalog.  Tombo will always be The Wonder Adhesive in my book, but the Fine Tip Glue Pen is going to need some special recognition too.

Be sure to visit Cheryl and Crystal to see what they’ve created for this month – and stay tuned if you’d like a set of blank 2016 pages for your own creative calendar!