Friday, May 29, 2009

I'm A Stampin Up! Demo!!!

Well, it's taken me about a week to get here and post this but I just got my new scrapbookin' demo kit from SU earlier this week. I'm so thrilled's all official...I'M A STAMPIN UP! DEMO. Visit my Stampin' Up! website by clicking on the catalog picture over to the right. 24 hour shopping with fun ideas. You can also view the entire catalog online at that site.

So, get your fingers ready...I've got a big kick off event planned for June (dates pending) but it should be a really fun event. Our theme will be Birthday Bash. People who attend will make 3 Birthday cards with coordinating card for a female, one for a male and one for a child. Cost will be just $5 for the supplies for the 3 cards and lots and lots of ink, food, fun and fellowship. Can't buy 3 cutsie cards at Hallmark for a mere $5! :)

I'll post details as soon as I get the date coordinated.

Friday, May 15, 2009

Tile Happy!!!!!!!!

Boy, have I been having fun with these tile coasters. They are so cute and such an easy, fast gift to make. I made the set with the names on them for the boys' teachers this year, and the other sets for the Freedom Festival booth. I know I will be adding these cute little coasters into my normal line-up of items one can order from Hartley Handcrafted. I've already sold 5 sets! YIPPY! Again, these come in sets of 4 for $10 per set.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Freedom Festival Sneak Peek #2

Hey all,

Well, I've been having fun making Tumbled Tile Coasters. Here are a few that I have made up already but am working on a few more sets. If you'd like to place an order for these, they are $10 for a set of 4 coasters bundled up with a ribbon. There are felt dots on the bottom so they wont scratch up furniture or wood. I have a set of these that a friend made me a few years back and they are the ONLY coasters we use!

You can also see many more sets at the Freedom Festival this summer!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

Freedom Festival Sneak Preview #1

Well, I'm knee deep in fun stuff for the Fishers Freedom Festival this summer. I'm having a 2 day booth in the arts and crafts section and I'm so excited. Here is one of the items I'm making for the booth. It's a lunchbox altered tin with 8 cards inside (2 each of the 4 shown). I've had military families on my mind lately and thought this would be a fantastic gift for a military wife. The cards can be sent to her loved one (s) who are overseas or out of state fighting for our Freedom. Quite appropriate for the Freedom Festival, don't ya think? :)

This tin and 8 cards retails for $30. Stop by the Fishers Freedom Festival and say howdy. Here are the details:

Look for the Hartley Handcrafted Booth