My Stampin’ Up Store

Need some stamping supplies?  Here is how to place an order with me:

You can place orders a few different ways:

1.  You can type up your order and send me an email.  I’ll need to get a payment from you, whether a check or credit card (visa, MC, Discover or Amex) so if you aren’t comfortable emailing that, call me !  I can keep it on file if you like so next time can be easier for you.

2.  Order online 24/7 in my online Stampin’ Up store!    You can order directly from my website HERE

If you haven’t done it before, you will need to create an account.  This will be your sign in, or your login and password to shop.  This is important!  Be sure to check the box that says YES to receive updates from me, which means I will get an email if you order.  If you check No here, I won’t know it was you who ordered, I will only get an email saying I got a No Contact order.  (they really need to change that verbiage to I’d like to receive updates from my demonstrator)

Once you do that, you are all set to shop!   You can type in the item number in the Search Box if you prefer and then Add to cart.   Or you can shop visually and add to your cart as you go.  Be sure to visit the Clearance Rack online!  I like to sort by < price to see the best deals first. Please check the Current Host Code.  If you use that code, you will receive a surprise from me in the mail!

If your order is over $150 you qualify for Host Rewards (don’t use the Host Code)!  10% of your order total is your freebies and the ordering page will have an area to enter your freebies.


If you are new here and don’t already have a demonstrator to send you any of the catalogs, email me  here so I can add you to my mailing list.



I think having a hard copy in hand is always the best choice!  If you would like to have your own copy of the Stampin’ Up! Idea Book & Catalog, get in touch with me!

Catalogs are free for anyone who orders $50 or me with during the year!

For instant gratification, you can view the Stampin’ Up catalog online by clicking on the picture.