My Story

Being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator is so rewarding. Not only do I get to be creative every day, I also get to be a creative coach, offering fresh project ideas and encouragement to my customers and friends.

After meeting a Stampin'Up! demonstrator at a local Craft Fair, my daughter and I went to a class and of course, purchased some product. By the time our order had arrived, we had considered the possibilities and decided that getting a discount on what we wanted was a definite plus. Being that Sale-A-Bration was in full swing at the time it was a wonderful time to join and thus when Kelly delivered our order she also brought us the paperwork for signing up. Now, my daughter Aranne is also a demonstrator and we hold an abundance of classes and activities on a regular basis together. Five years later I am still having an exceptional amount of fun and after going to Hawaii in 2009 with Stampin'Up!, I am currently preparing for a cruise in April this year and working on the requirements for earning the 2011 Cruise to Alaska.
For me, helping someone create that perfect project for a special occasion is the best feeling in the entire world. After all, creating cards, scrapbook pages, and gift items is about more than just stamps and ink—it’s about sharing a part of yourself with the people you love. I hope that YOU can join us soon for classes OR the opportunity to be a demonstrator yourself and part of the RSA Team (Robbie's Stamp Addicts).

Happy Stamping,



Technique Tuesday - Take Two Class order:

1. Layered Brayer and Crayon Resist
2. Stippling and Chalkboard
3. Scratch & Sniff and Pencil Over
4. Aqua painters with bleach and for watercoloring AND masking
5. Wax paper resist and ribbon dying
6. Heat & Stick powder and polished stone
7. Faux metal and faux linen
8. Stamping with bleach and Watercolor crayon direct to stamp
9. Spotlighting with punches and Kissing
10. Reverse Spotlighting and Marble background
11. Double Color Stamping and Split Negative
12. Color wash and Brayered roses
13. Dry embossing and Rock & Roll
14. Topnote Quilt and Watercolor Roses
15. Inked Tezturz plates and Shaving cream backgrounds
16. Faux shaving cream images and Baby wipe

09/28/2009: Had lots of fun at the Scrapbook Expo this weekend. We saw lots of our current friends and met many more. Many people expressed an interest in our classes and we hope to see some new faces start coming to add to the circle of friendship that is created among us at the classes.

If you have not seen the flyer on the Halloween Mystery Hostess Workshop/Stamp Camp please contact us so we can get you one. We will need a reservation list so we can plan for the event and determine if it is feasible to proceed with the planning or not. PLEASE RSVP as soon as possible.

09/18/2009: Lots of fun things coming up. Next weekend is the Scrapbook Expo at Cashman Center and the following Saturday I will be at the Sahara Library with the Las Vegas Crafters Guild craft fair. Expo specials will be posted soon, OR just call or Email me for more information.

06/08/2009: Be sure to check the calendar often for more information as it becomes available for  the Stamp Camp schedule for the rest of the year. Something will be happening July, August, September, October and Maybe November.  A Christmas potluck will be held in December. I am NOT having a New Catalog Open House this time so I can focus my time on the stamp camps; however, there will be a special bulletin going out for the release of the New Catalog and July specials.


July 18: Christmas in July

August: Tantalizing Tiles

September: Annual Holiday Headstart Christmas card making

October: Autum Mystery Camp

11/18/2008: Technique Tuesday was enjoyed by four tonight and another four have made arrangements for a "make-up" as they could not join us tonight. Faux Metal and Faux Linen were our two featured technique. We WILL NOT be having a class in December but will resume Technique Tuesday classes on Tuesday, January 20, 2009. Techniques will be announced.

As an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I am solely responsible for the contents of my classes and events offered herein, and Stampin’ Up! does not design or otherwise endorse my direct class content.