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Have you ever thought about owning your own business?

Do you just want access to a lot of fabulous product and great ideas!?

Have you thought about doing what I do?


By the way, when you join during the month of August, you’ll receive this great Spooktacular Halloween Project Kit!

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Would you like to know more about becoming a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator?

When you join our group of stampers and/or digital designers as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, you start your own rewarding venture!

Could this be your next step in the development of your creativity?

And the benefits are many:

  • Flexible schedule – work around your home and family life…set your own schedule…work the hours you want to work!
  • Income – you decide how much you want to make…work a little for extra income for Christmas or a special vacation…or work more for more income, bonuses and incentive trips to improve your lifestyle!
  • Support – from me and from Stampin’ Up!…we’ll help you accomplish YOUR goals!
  • Creativity – enjoy what you love, and, if you choose, make money sharing high-quality papercrafting and digital enjoy a discount on the products you love!

Whether you want a business or just to enjoy your hobby – join us . All you need to get started is to purchase your $99 starter kit worth $190. For more information Click Here. Call or write to me today and you’ll recieve more information by mail with absolutely no obligation!

Invest in your future today!

It would be so fun to have you join me in this adventure!!!

Enjoy!  Julie

Watch Me on Local TV

Today I was on local TV at noon to promote the Kentuckiana Family Research Conference  that I’m chairing in September.  What a fun experience! The cute interviewer was only 24 years old and was so very nice and professional.  After the segment he offered to take us on a tour of the station.  He really loves his work there and it showed in his enthusiastic tour, telling us all about some of the history of the station – it’s been in that building in Louisville for 65 years – and their recent updates.

Overall, it was a very pleasant day and I thought y’all would enjoy hearing about some of my work outside of crafting!

Enjoy!  Julie

Extra, Extra! Read All About It

News Boy Everyone wants extra, right? More projects, more inspiration, more ideas and techniques! Sign up today for the Stamping Julie Newsletter to get the extra you crave to take your creativity to the next level.

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just believe fun flower thank you card

What Not to Stamp!!

just believe fun flower thank you card Remember this flower made with a dryer sheet and lots of sparkle ?  Well, funny story –  when the EMTs came to the house and took my husband by ambulance to the hospital last week they cut his clothes off, which is standard practice in trauma incidents.  So the nurse at the hospital gave him a set of disposable scrubs to wear and that’s what he wore home when he was released because I did not even think to bring him clothes when I came back the next day.  Needless to say, I was a little overwhelmed and wasn’t really thinking straight.

This morning when I was doing laundry, I found the ‘paper’ scrubs in the laundry basket.  And I actually thought for a few seconds, “I wonder what I could make out of these!!!???”  Yes, crazy thought!  But I’m sure someone, somewhere, could make something beautiful out of it with enough bling, but not me.  I decided to throw them away!  Sorry, to disappoint you, but NO ‘paper’ scrub flower tutorial today.

Enjoy, Julie

Census Indexing

I’m a genealogy fanatic! I love it and have been researching my family history for more than fifteen years.  More than ten years ago I started giving genealogy lectures.   In fact, this fall I’m directing the Kentuckiana Family Research Conference in Louisville, Kentucky.  FamilySearch is cosponsoring the event and we will have speakers from the Louisville Genealogical Society, Sons of the American Revolution, the Louisville Free Public Library and others.

A couple of weeks ago FamilySearch Indexing set a goal to index 5 million records in one 24 hour period.  They not only reached that goal, they doubled it, indexing over 10 million records with the help of over 46,000 volunteer researchers of which I was one.  Yay, us!  If you want to help index you can try it out here.