Sneak Peek! We’ve been Published! Yay!:)

The secret is out! Eeeeek!!!!

Hello stampers! Can somebody pinch me? I’m just soooo thrilled to let you know that we made it to Stamper’s Sampler Holiday edition for OCT/NOV/DEC 2017 issue! Yay!

It will be out soon on your favorite newsstands, and the entire magazine is amazing! Tons of ideas & talented people. I hope you can grab a copy!:)

Here’s a sneak peek of our projects using our stamps!

Thank you so much for your support & we are happy to share another fun journey with you!

Happy Stamping!

Dyane

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New Products: STICKERS | for PLANNERS & MORE!

Hello stampers! Yay! It’s officially Fall! I’m soooo excited! I love Fall season, the weather, the surroundings, warm drinks, crisps air, & more!

Well today, we have a new product that’s perfect for our planner lovers! It’s also perfect for bullet journaling, scrapbooking, and more if we keep our creative ideas flowing!

This is our first collection of stickers!:) Eeeek!!! I’m sooooo happy! It’s called FALL COLORS – yup! it does match our stamp called FALL COLORS STAMP SET – if you want to incorporate stamping on your planner pages – how fun!Looking forward to have more add – ons as well in the future!:)

The sticker paper is in Matte finished , it’s very easy to write on & perfect for stamping. It’s amazing!:)

There’s a lot of photos to see, browse around and let me know what you think! We definitely have more collection lined up, stay tune!:)

As a stay at home mom & a small business owner, my days are repetitive. Of course I do my priorities first as a Mom & Wife, to take care of my family. And then I do some work for my shop. Decorating planner is definitely my newest hobby & yes, I find time to do it.lol – When I get a chance!:)

Since I can’t decorate it on the spot / same week – I right down my notes on a separate notebook, it’s a quick tip for those of us who can’t make projects right away! And then, when I get a chance I decorate it later on.:)

I got this planner recently from Michael’s – they have a lot and this is the vertical planner. The boxes are pretty standard – approximately 1.5″ x 2″.

We were on vacation on this week, so I have to say I have more notes than usual. Since we did a lot of things, visiting family & more!

I plan chronologically, and in white space.

I mixed it up with some washi tapes. Specially if the colors will blend perfectly with the stickers!:) I know you got a lot of washi tapes out there-lol. It’s time to use it up & create fun planner pages!

I hope you got inspired for today’s project. We have more planner projects to show & more collections to add.

Thank you so much for joining me today! It’s now’s available in the shop. If you’re interested.

Happy Planning!

Dyane

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Inspire Me Friday ~ Gift Card Pillow Box

Hello, everyone!  It’s Judy here with my first project using the new release stamp set, “Happy Mail.”

I love all the little elements in this set!  I must admit, I fell in love with the sweet envelope as soon as I saw it…and that tiny little heart on it? Too cute!

For my project today, I used a pillow box die and cream card stock, then stamped the images using coral and tan inks.  I decorated both sides of the pillow box using the “Happy Mail” set along with a sentiment and little smiley face from the “Coffee Love” set.

Here is one side of the pillow box:

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Here is the other side of the pillow box:

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These PRS stamps make it so easy to decorate pillow boxes, and if you give a lot of gift cards (or cash, candy, or small gifts), this is an easy way to jazz up your packaging!

I hope you enjoyed my project today.  My next “Inspire Me Friday” post will focus on Halloween inspiration with this set!

Thanks for stopping by!

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Create It Wednesday ~ {Happy Mail} Bottle Tag

It’s Deidre and I’m kicking off my ideas for crafty goodness with the new {Happy Mail Stamp Set}! Get ready to take your gifts and snail mail up a notch over the next several weeks of inspiration.

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This gift tag is perfect for a bottle of wine, fancy soda, or maybe a homemade egg nog. All of these stamps came from the new {Happy Mail} Stamp Set, except for the big heart (which is from the Positive Thoughts stamp set). The white cardstock is 5 1/4″ x 2 1/4″ and the hang tag is 7 1/2″ x 2 3/4″. I created some flags for the To and From labels and used a combo of gold metallic and red ink to match the wine bottle label. Oooh just imagine the possibilities 🙂

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This stamp set is sure to jazz up my gifts as we get into the holiday season! Thanks for stopping by for my first glimpse into playing with this set. Stay tuned for more!

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Giveaway winner announced!

Hello stampers! Thank you all so much for joining our new stamp release blog hop. So glad you’re enjoying our newest collection. We have more ideas coming using our our newest set + combining it with our previous sets! Stay tune!

I’m here to quickly announce the winner of the Happy Mail Stamp Set. 

Congratulations to…………………..

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Janis in ID

Congratulations Janis!:) Woohoo!!!!

You have until Sept.26, 2017 to claim your prize.:)

Please contact us here: info@preciousremembranceshop.com

Stay tune! Tons of inspiration coming your way!:)

Happy stamping!

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Design It Monday ~ {Sweet Treats!}

Hello PRS friends! Lisa here today with my first Design It Monday post featuring the newly released Happy Mail stamp set. Dyane has challenged the team to create a Halloween themed project this month. I decided to make a fun treat box!

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I stamped the checklist image from the Happy Mail stamp set replacing one of the choices with ‘Sweet Treats’ from the Beware stamp set. I popped this onto a little panel made with patterned paper. Using selective inking on the small row of arrows (Happy Mail), I checked the items off on the list.

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I stamped the spider web from the Beware set then added a fun pumpkin button and a couple of tiny hand cut banners. After everything was added to the milk carton I stamped one of the Washi images from the Beware set. It’s added to the checklist panel to look as though the tape is holding it in place.

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When deciding what to put in the little milk carton and who it would be for, thoughts of my son being a little trick or treater came to mind. It was like taking a walk down memory lane with his costumes running through my head!

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He’s a grown man and a daddy now, but he still likes a certain sweet treat!

Thanks for stopping by today. Stay tuned for some very fun projects from the design team this go around!

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New Stamp Release Blog Hop+ Giveaway!:)

Happy Saturday morning stampers!:) Are you ready to see our newest set? Yay! This set is a perfect addition to any of your stamp sets, with any occasion, it’s just perfect whole year round! Holidays is coming and tons of possibilities you can use this set for, like : decorated envelopes, tags, gift wraps, packages, and more! Eeeek!:) Here it is!

HAPPY MAIL STAMP SET

(Now Available for purchase.)

Today I have some decorated envelopes for you. 🙂

Christmas maybe still 3 months away from now, but it’s one of the most busiest time of the year. So getting ready ahead of time may be not a bad idea.:) If you’re thinking on what special you can do this year for your holiday cards, then this might be a great project for you!:)

Traditional or Non-traditional colors for holiday season will do! You can make it your own.

How about decorating the front of an envelope? Sure!:) It will surprise them specially if it’s inside a gift bag or package.

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Using a 1″ circle punch. You can easily make your own envelope seal. Nice!:)

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It’s just one idea that you can do.:) Halloween, Thanksgiving, & more is coming up too. The possibilities of this set is endless!

We have more amazing holiday inspiration for you!:) Hop along and visit our designer’s blog below!:) They are awesome!

Thank you so much for stoppin’ by!

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– Simply leave a comment to the shop’s blog post and each designer’s blog and let us know your thoughts about our newest set!:) Goodluck!:)
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    • Giveaway is open until Monday, Sept.18, 2017 Midnight EST.
    Because you’re awesome we have a special gift for you!
    Don’t forget!:) Orders $100 and up will get these FREE gifts! Yay!:)
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    Stamp Release Update + Meet our Guest Designer!

    Hi stampers!:) Guess what? Our newest collection is almost ready! Yay!:) Mark your calendar for September 16,2017, I hope you can join us for our new stamp release blog hop +  giveaway!♥  We have tons of ideas for you using our newest set, it’s a perfect set whole year round, and with the holidays coming up, it’s a fun addition to your stamp collection! Eeeek! I can’t wait to show it!:)

    We have a special guest who will be joining us for our next release, please welcome Amy Tsuruta!:) She’s amazing & super talented! Make sure to visit her blog to see her fantastic projects!

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    I live in the beautiful state of Washington and work part -time for a Seattle biotech company.  I’ve always been crafty but discovered a passion for stamping in the earIy 2000’s.  I love the Paper Crafting Community!   

    Thanks for stoppin’ by!:)

    Happy stamping!

    Dyane

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    Scrapbooking Layout + Video Tutorial: Sisters Love! by Missy Whidden!

    Hello again, friends!  Missy here, and I have a new layout to share using stamps from four different stamp sets.  I combined the Blossom Stamp Set, the Fall Colors Stamp Set, the Happy Art Stamp Set and the Date Stamp Set on this page.  I began with the flower stamps from the Blossom set, some black Archival Ink and a scrap sheet of white cardstock.  I created several flowers and then added color to them using some Prima Watercolor Pencils.  I fussy cut them all out and arranged them around my photo as separate embellishments.  I used a light pink cardstock for the background and played off several shades of pink throughout the page.  I used a few random patterned papers as layers behind my photo and tucked the flowers in around it.  On the background, I added a bit of white gesso first and then I used a few stamps in a random way along with some gelatos.

    Check out how awesome these flowers turned out!  They’re from the Blossom Stamp Set.  Cutting them out and using them as embellishments really creates some nice dimension.  It was really easy to color them in with the colored pencils.  You could do this with any type of mixed media products and any color scheme.

    Here you can see the stamping on the background.  I used a messy grid stamp from the Fall Colors Stamp set, and I just held it in my hand instead of sticking it to a stamping block.  I was going for a bit of messy texture, and this stamp worked great.  I traced a big circle behind everything and machine stitched around it.  I also added some black tangled thread behind the photo and layers.  I embellished with a few Me & My Big Ideas stickers, and my title is from the Crate Paper Cute Girl collection.

    Here’s another look at the flowers.  I really love how they turned out.  There are stems with leaves in the Blossom Stamp set as well, so you could add those to the flowers and get a totally different look.

    Down at the bottom I used the grid stamp again.  I also used some of the small open triangles from the Happy Art Stamp Set to create some subtle shapes on top of the big circle.  I used a pink Prima chalk ink for those.  I drew some lines and added my journaling down below everything.

    I hope this inspires you to mix and match your stamps!  And don’t be afraid to use them in a different way.  It’s fun to get creative with them!  I hope you’ll check out my process video to see how I created this.

    Thank you so much for stopping by!

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    Scrapbooking Layout + Video Tutorial: Noooo! by Missy Whidden!

    Hey there, friends!  Missy here, and I have a new layout to share today.  I decided to create a back-to-school layout since my sweet girls went back last week.  These photos are from a few years ago, and I finally scrapped them!  They weren’t too thrilled with me taking their photo…can you tell?  Haha!  I was inspired by that adorable school bus stamp from the School Days Stamp Set.  I made an embellishment from it and then worked my page around it.  I also used stamps from the Journey Stamp Set and Sketchy Alphabet Stamp Set.  I love creating backgrounds on white cardstock, so I did that  and then used the stamps as embellishments and part of my title.  For the background, I scraped some blue and white acrylic paint with a palette knife.  I wanted a bit of texture, so I scraped some modeling paste over a circle stencil.  Once that dried, I used some blue ink sprays over it.  I chose blue because that color contrasted nicely with the photos since they didn’t have a lot of blue in them.

    I stamped the school bus on some white textured cardstock.  You can get different looks with textured vs. smooth cardstock.  I like both, and I wanted the bus to look a little bumpy and messy.  I used some watercolors to add color and then cut it out.  I added some foam under it as well as some tangled thread to create dimension.  Here you can see the cool texture from the paste.  I cut the big title on my Cameo using white cardstock.  I used the Watermelon font and stretched it across the page.  It says exactly what my kids were saying…haha!

    I love how this area turned out.  I drew a few lines with a pencil and then used the Sketchy Alphabet Stamp Set to finish the title.  The strips to the left are from a Journey Stamp Set stamp.  I just cut into strips and glued them down to make them look typed.  You don’t always have to use stamps as they are.  Think outside the box and create your own look with them!  Don’t be afraid to stamp them on some scrap paper and cut them out.  I used a white piece of packaging from some stickers for that, and it turned out very smooth.  You can see the difference between how that looks and how the bus looks.  Two different kinds of paper gives you a different look.  I added a bit of washi tape down in this area and machine stitched over it.

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    I decided to be a bit sarcastic up at the top with the “smile” stamp from the Journey Set.  I’ve learned to just take the photo regardless if my kids are smiling, and I’m glad I did on this day!  Smiles or not, it’s a memory I don’t want to forget.  I stamped it a few times to create a dark to light effect.

    I used a few Me & My Big Ideas 3×4 cards as layers here as well as Simple Stories patterned paper.  I added one more stamp right on top of the photos here.  It’s from the School Days Stamp Set, and I stamped it on white packaging.  I cut it out and used some pink ink spray and a gelato to color it.

    I hope this gives you some fun ideas to try with your stamps!  Remember to really study them and think of interesting ways you can use them.  I have a process video here if you’d like to see how I put this layout together.

    Thanks so much for stopping by!

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