Archive for February, 2013

Last Day for 40% Off Coupon!

Wednesday, February 27th, is the last day to use your coupon to get 40% off the highest priced item in your cart at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Just enter the code “40fromhigh213” during checkout.

Our challenge team’s recent challenge was to use a stamp in an unusual way.   Cathy Weber used our Cow – jumping “over the hill” rather than over the moon – for a 50th birthday card.   Clever!   Below you see another of Cathy’s cards in a more traditional rendition.

This is a great time to enter our Serendipity Stamps Blog Challenge!   You can enter any design you want this time, as long as it includes a Serendipity image.   You could win $20 off your next order.   Don’t be shy!   You have until March 3rd.

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Triple Stamping – Beautiful Results

I keep trying to tell myself that these mounds of snow piling up are a blessing to my bone-dry gardens.   Meanwhile, all I can do is look for flowers other places.   One of the best I’ve found are these gorgeous cards created by SSDT member Miriam Napier and Customer Satu Muhonen.  Each card is triple stamped – for which a tutorial can be found here.   The stamps used in these three cards are Serendipity’s English Rose, Hydrangea Large, Thank you, Bee, and With Sympathy Small.

You have just a couple days left to use your coupon to get 40% off the highest priced item in your cart.   Just enter the code “40fromhigh213” during checkout at www.serendipitystamps.com.

Why not give triple stamping a try and enter it in our current challange?   This time you can enter any design as long as it includes a Serendipity image.   Check out the fun creations posted on the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog by our Design Team last week.

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40% Off Coupon

Save 40% off the highest priced item in your cart!   Just enter coupon code “40fromhigh213” on the page below the shipping selection.   Coupon good through Wed. February 27th.

Have you checked out the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog this week?   Our Design Team’s Challenge was to use a stamp in an unexpected way.  Pauline Pollington used the tradionally Christmas stamp, Bayleaf Wreath and Happy Easter on the card you see here.   Everyone else was just as creative!   Be sure to check out the blog to see.

Our challenge for you this time is wide open!   Create anything you want as long as it includes a Serendipity Stamps image or die.   You could win $20 off your next order!

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20% Off All Hearts

Two Days Only – February 14th and 15th – 20% off Heart Stamps and Dies.   This includes our new Love Die and the Heart Scroll Die!

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Free Shipping – Last Day!

Today, Wednesday 2/13, is the last day to get free shipping at www.serendipitystamps.com!

Have you entered our current blog challenge?    All you have to do is create a project using a scoring tool – and you could win a Scor-Pal board!   Scor-Pal has tons of fun projects on their website – some super easy – some more complicated – take your pick!   Just be sure your project includes a Serendipity Stamps image.   This adorable BABY box was created by Design Team Alumni Jennifer Woodward using letters from our Floral Alphabet.   Jump over to our challenge blog to see lots of fun inspirational designs!

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An Easter Project You Won’t Believe!

Our current challenge on the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog is to create a project using a scoring tool.    One lucky winner will receive a free Scor-Pal Board!    There are lots of gorgeous projects from our design team on the blog – including this one from Cathy Weber.   All of our sample projects are Easter projects, but you can create any type of project you’d like – as long as you score it and use a Serendipity Stamps image.  Scor-Pal.com has a huge list of project tutorials.

Tomorrow – Wednesday the 13th – is the last day to get free shipping at www.serendipity stamps!

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Dreaming of Gardens

The seeds I ordered for my vegetable garden arrived yesterday.   This time of year is torture!   I still have at least a month before I can start digging in the dirt.   Right now my garden is 2 inches of mud on top of hard frozen dirt.   But a couple of weeks ago DT member  Jenny Gropp gave me something to dream about when she posted this beautiful card on her blog.  She used Serendipity’s Veggie Basket Large and Time Began to give us this vision of summer.   Thank you Jenny!

Take advantage of FREE SHIPPING right now at www.serendipitystamps.com.   Then use your scoring tool to create a project to enter in our challenge blog for your chance to win a free Scor-Pal!

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Free Shipping and a Free Scor-Pal!

Two exciting bits of news!

– Free shipping on all www.serendipitystamps.com US orders of $10 or more now through Feb. 13th, 2013!

– You could win a free Scor-Pal board if you enter our latest Serendipity Stamps Challenge.   Scor-Pal is generously sponsoring our latest challenge – all you have to do is create a design using a scoring tool and a Serendipity Stamps image and enter it.   Our design team has loaded up the challenge blog with lots of Easter examples they created using Scor-Pal Projects.   YOUR ENTRY does not have to have an Easter theme!  This adorable candy holder was created by Helen Berry using Serendipity’s Easter Greetings Cling Set.  Check out her blog for details!

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Still Building Snowmen?

Customer Debbie Brownmiller recently posted this adorable card on her blog.   She made it using Serendipity Stamps Snowman With Birdhouse stamp.   Is there still snow on the ground at your house?   We’re having a nice warm sunny day here in western MO, but I still see patches of white here and there.    So, just to remind myself that there is an upside to this white stuff, I updated our Snowman Gallery with dozens of cards made using Serendipity Stamps snowmen.   Use the link here to see them, or from www.serendipitystamps.com, click the Gallery link at the top, then Holidays, then Snowman Gallery.

 

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