Introducing Northwest Stamper and some Blog Candy!

I’ve been working for a while on setting up my own website and all the related things like email addresses, facebook, etc.  Finally last night I got the last few pieces changes and flipped the switch. 

So welcome to my new home – Northwest Stamper at

THANK YOU for stopping by today.  Here is a card I made using some scraps and a some images I stamped before having a card layout in mind.  This is a great stamp set and I know it will be missed when it retires in 3 days.


And as another thank you, I am offering some BLOG CANDY!  Woo hoo! 
This card reminded me of the stamp set Botanical Blooms, which I had an extra set and thought it would be a fun way to say thanks.  Then in looking in my stash, I found the Sweet Pea Felt that I sadly never used but thought would be great to share.  So, here are the details:

There are two drawings, so you have two chances to win –

1.  Leave me a comment telling me what types of posts or topics you would be interested in seeing on this blog; or what you like seeing on other blogs. Botanical Blooms Stamp Set - Blog Candy drawing 1
2.  Become a fan of NW Stamper on Facebook then leave me a comment here to let me know.  If you suggest my page to a friend and they become a fan, you’ll get an extra entry for each friend – just let me know who you invited so I can give you credit.Sweet Pea Felt - Blog Candy drawing 2

Entries for the Blog Candy close on 9/5/2010 at 9pm PST.

Watercolor Trio Recipe:
Stamps:  Watercolor Trio
Ink:  Perfect Plum
Paper:  Perfect Plum CS, Whisper White CS, Basic Grey CS, Old Olive CS
Accessories:  Adhesive Pearls, Scallop Square punch, Glue dots, Old Olive marker, More Mustard marker, Perfect Plum marker

13 responses to “Introducing Northwest Stamper and some Blog Candy!”

  1. Your site looks great!

    What would I like to see — hmmmm, everything and anything. New ideas, new techniques, old techniques, challenges, tutorials —

    You do such great work, I think anything you provide is going to inspire all of us.

    TFS your new site and offering the great blog candy.

  2. My very favorite would be page layouts, and pretty much tied with that are card designs. I don’t do very many 3-D items for classes any longer because my clients just want cards, cards, cards!! I guess I can relate to that. I do agree that I like new and/or techniques as I love to learn new things. Thanks for asking and I will be back often.
    Sandi Dailey

  3. I like the new site very much and the blog candy you are offering is great! Your latest card is very nice. I like the clean crisp format and look forward to all the posts from you. I especially liked the last technique post- Mom

  4. l love the new look. I like to see a little of everything. I tried to click on your dsp and ribbon share but the link did not work. I just wanted to let you know incase you didn’t know. Have a great day:)

  5. hi-

    I am a fan, I am commenting! Actually, I hope you don’t pick me since we are fello demos, but I had to comment on the great new blog. Congrats Jen! I’d love to see new techniques and tutorials up on your blog (something I never do- ha!). How is that baby boy?!

    🙂 Katie

  6. Hi Jennifer

    1. I’m just starting to use Stampin Up products and love them. I would be interested in any advanced stamping techniques and advanced embossing folder techniques.

    I’d also enjoy seeing ideas for mini books and vintage cards. I find it really interesting to see a number of cards made with the one stamp to highlight some possibilities for how it can be used.

    2. I’m a fan on Facebook

    Thanks for inviting us to share our ideas and for your generous giveaway.

    All the best with the new site.

  7. I enjoy seeing 3D projects and also love to see something made from beginning to end. I am going to look around and see what yummies you have. Thanks for this opportunity. I hope I win the felt flowers. Those are so darling.

    Carey Rogers
    aka Roscoe’s mommy

  8. I would love to see 3D designs, Big Shot designs, layouts using Big Shot folders and dies, layouts with stamping as background paper, and layouts in general, not so much into 6 x 6, mine are all 12 x 12 and card designs. Would also love to see what was used for each sample and would also love free tutorials. I can’t always buy tutorials or e-classes and I’m not a demo, so would love things that are geared to non-demos. Thanks for asking and thanks for the chance to win blog candy. Always love to try to win, can’t always afford to buy what I want.

  9. I really liked you Scrapbook page, I would love to seemore ingenious ideas like that, along with others of course. Thanks for the chance at blog candy,

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