Tuesday, September 2, 2014

$500 Giveaway, yes you read that correctly. We are giving away $500.

What if I gave you $500 in paypal cash to spend on crafting supplies?!

This month I am participating in a cash giveaway with a group of other bloggers. I am currently working on launching a new store specializing in cute kids clothes. The prize is nice and I'd love if one of my blog friends won. Follow the instructions below! Thanks for stopping by, Jacilynn 


Welcome to the $500 Sweet September Cash Giveaway!

We have joined forces with a fantastic group of bloggers to bring you this great giveaway. One lucky person will win $500 cash.

Enter to win $500 cash via PayPal.

Complete the tasks below to earn entries into this giveaway.
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Ends at 11:59pm ET on September 16th, 2014.
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Sunday, March 2, 2014

Downton Abbey Necklace SALE

Just popping in to let you know that my Downton Abbey Quote necklace is on sale at Jane.com.  These make a great gift for any Downton fan. Who doesn't love the clever quotes from Downton?!
Go Here to purchase at special sale price!

Friday, February 7, 2014

Maple Hills Giveaway Winner!

Thank you to all who stopped by to enter my Maple Hills giveaway!  And thanks to Maple Hills for letting me review this product!  I used Random.org to choose my winner. There were 426 total entries and Entry #146 is my winner, which is....
Kari !!
Congrats Kari, I will be emailing you shortly for your information.

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

GIVEAWAY! Maple Hills Wool Dryer Balls

A few weeks back, I discovered Maple Hill Naturals and today I'm excited to review their all natural wool dryer balls for you!  Maple Hill Naturals specializes in  all natural products like shampoo, soap, lip balm, and wool dryer balls.  I know it's kinda weird to get excited about dryer balls, but when I love a product, I love a product.

I have had the chance to use Maple Hill's dryer balls for a couple weeks now and I love they way they work!  I love saving $ so I was interested to know if my clothes really would take less time to dry with these dryer balls.  I have noticed a decrease in the amount of time my dryer is running.

These dryer balls come in unscented, scented, and essential oil scented dryer balls.  I have the Outdoor Fresh scented dryer balls and LOVE the way my clothes smell!  This scent reminds me of downy and I could really sniff it all day long!  Maple Hill sells re-scenting kits for when the scent of your dryer balls starts to fade. 

I've also used the unscented dryer balls. I have a couple kiddos who have sensitive skin and so I wash/dry their clothing separate with unscented soaps/products. So I love that I can use the unscented balls to help with static when I am drying their batch of laundry.

Maple Hill Naturals is giving one of my readers a chance to win a set of their own dryer balls. One lucky winner will receive a set of 2 XL wool dryer balls (scented or unscented).  A $16.99 prize.
Open to residence of US, Mexico, & Canada.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Iron on Decorated Pillows

I love throw pillows and love to change them up every so often. I've given new life to a couple of existing pillows I had by ironing on some iron on vinyl.  I used my Silhouette machine to cut the shapes. The Jane Austen Silhouette was a file I randomly found on the internet and the vintage bike was an image I purchased from the Silhouette store.
It really was that easy. Cut iron-on material with my Silhouette Machine and iron on to some pillow covers.  Not bad for a 10 min project, huh?!

Monday, November 18, 2013

Happy 4th!


I needed a card for my nephew who is turning 4 soon so I colored up this sweet High Hopes image and colored with my Copic Markers.

Just a reminder that our November challenge at OCS is “Christmas” and you have all month to join us!  Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

Supplies: stamp-High Hopes, Copics, Viva decor pen, twine

Monday, November 11, 2013



I finally had the chance to ink up this super cute Penny Black stamp by Mo Manning. I used some Tim Holtz distress markers. I love how they coordinate with the ink pads. I used my water brush to blend the markers and had fun playing around with these markers.

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look today. Don’t forget we have a new challenge at OCS all month long, the theme is Christmas.

supplies: stamp-Penny Black, Tim Holtz markers, Viva Decor Markers, Simple Stories paper, Th brads, washi tape

Friday, November 1, 2013

Tim Holtz markers


Sorry for the fuzzy photo, a bad case of procrastination had me taking pics at 11p at night and so the quality was super low. But I still wanted to let you  know about the new challenge at One Crazy Stamper this month. The theme is Christmas and as always you have the entire month to join in and there is a fabulous prize up for grabs!

I used a new Wild Rose Studio stamp and had a chance to color with some Tim Holtz distress markers for the first time. I used my water brush to blend the colors. I realize that I have a long way to go to learn how to use these properly but they were pretty fun to use. I love how they coordinate with the ink pads.

stamps: Wild Rose stamp, Distress Ink Markers, Viva Decor Pen, twinery twine

Monday, October 7, 2013

Snow tag


Howdy! I hope you had a fun time seeing all the High Hopes creations last month on the OCS blog and my personal blog! I made a tag using High Hopes SNOW stamp and colored it up with my Copic Markers.  I love making tags to tuck into a gift that gives it a little special touch. Even if it’s a store bought gift, it has a thoughtful feel of homemade when you add a homemade tag or card!

In case you missed it, This month we have a new challenge at OCS and the theme is “Thankful/Autumn”. As always you have all month to join in and there is a fabulous prize up for grabs!

Supplies: High Hopes stamp, Copic Markers, Stickles, Whimsy snowflake die, Whimsy corner die, misc doile, MME ribbon, TH tiny attacher

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Thanks friend


Happy October!  It is my favorite month of the year due to it being fall and due to it being my Birthday month.  This year I have another special reason to be excited about October and that’s because I’m due to deliver my baby this month!

This month at One Crazy Stamper our challenge is Thankful/Autumn.  As always there is a prize up for grabs and you have all month to join in!

I made a cute tag using Lawn Fawn stamp set. Colored with my Copic markers and added a bit of twine!  Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

Supplies: Lawn Fawn stamp, Copic Markers, Spellbinder die, twine, misc buttons

Monday, September 16, 2013



I’m back with another preview of High Hopes newest release! I used this sweet SNOW stamp and colored it with my Copics.  You know I love CAS cards and I especially love CAS cards at Christmas! I don’t have time to go to post office and weigh each card I mail so I try to keep them relatively flat.  A couple of years ago, I mailed a card to my BFF and it arrived to her with 10 cents postage due. I was pretty embarrassed, luckily it was my friend and not someone who didn’t get a good laugh about it!

Supplies: High Hopes SNOW stamp, memory box die, Basic Grey pearls, Cuttlebug embossing folder

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

One Crazy Stamper/ High Hopes Stamps BLOG HOP

Welcome to the One Crazy Stamper/High Hopes Stamps blog hop! The OCS Design Team has been busy creating samples with High Hope Stamps newest release. Hop along with us for some inspiration and a chance to win one of these adorable new stamps.

PRIZES: One Crazy Stamper is giving away a High Hopes stamp on each of the blog hop participants blogs and one Grand prize on the OCS blog!  Just comment on each blog in the Hop for a chance to win one of the fabulous prizes. **If you follow us on Facebook, bloglovin, our newsletter or pinterest please leave a 2nd comment for a second chance to win. (2 entries possible per person on each blog) You have until 9/12 to leave your comments and we will announce the winners on 9/13 on the OCS blog!


OCS Blog

Shari M.






Lora (owner of One Crazy Stamper)

Shari G


Karen (owner of High Hopes Stamps)



Supplies: High Hopes stamps, Amuse sentiment stamp, Copic markers, Whimsy Stamp Die, Viva Decor pen, TH tiny attacher, misc rhinestones, MME ric rac

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Have a cozy Christmas


Happy Monday!  Today I want to show you a card I made using one of High Hopes Stamps newest stamps, Snowy’s Cup. All month long on the OCS blog we will be featuring HH’s new Christmas release. And on 9/10 we will be having a fabulous blog hop with lots of prizes!!

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look and be sure to check back here and on the OCS blog for more previews!

Supplies: High Hopes stamps, Amuse sentiment stamp, Copic Markers, La La Land craft die, misc doile

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Santa Claus is coming to town!


This month at One CRazy StaMper we are celebrating Christmas in September. All month long we will be previewing High Hopes newest release. Our challenge this month is Christmas and as always you have all month to enter to win the prize!

Also mark your calendars for a special High Hopes/ One Crazy Stamper BLOG HOP.  We will have lots of inspiration and prizes up for grabs!


Thanks for stopping by and taking a look at my card, I used a new High Hopes release. Details below!

Supplies: High Hopes Road Trippin Santa, HH Santa sentiment, HH Holly, Memory Box die, misc buttons, Copic Markers

Monday, August 19, 2013

Mark your calendars for 9/10

One Crazy Stamper has a fun month planned for all of it's customers/readers! Starting Sept. 1st, the OCS Design Team will be posting exclusively with the High Hopes Stamps newest Holiday release for the ENTIRE MONTH!  And let me tell you these stamps are adorable!

And on 9/10/13 we will be doing a One Crazy Stamper/ High Hopes blog hop.  Besides all the inspiration, there will be TONS of prizes up for grabs on this blog hop. So be sure to join us!  All the fun starts at the OCS blog.

Friday, August 2, 2013

Miss Me?!

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. We’ve had a busy summer and my little card blog has been neglected, but I’m back with a post from One Crazy Stamper. We have a new challenge this month. The theme is BIRTHDAYS and as always there is a fabulous prize up for grabs. A Memory Box die set.
Also this month we are having a guest design call. Just enter the challenge and let us know you would like to be considered by putting GD by your name.
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Here’s my card for the OCS birthday challenge. Sorry for the seriously bad photo!
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I used a Nellie Snellie stamp and High Hopes map stamp from the OCS store!  I’d love you to play along this month and join in the Guest Designer call.
supplies:  Nellie Snellie stamp, High hopes map stamp, Unity sentiment & skull stamp, Simple stories paper, TH tiny attacher, Copics, rhinestones, misc ribbon

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Summer Fun


When I think of Summer I think of butterflies & rainbows.  This month at OCS our monthly challenge is SUMMER, you have all month to join in and there is a wonderful prize up for grabs!

I used this wonderful die set  from My Favorite Things for my card. I also broke out my Viva Decor pens and added pearl dots to my card with them.  I love making cards with rainbows on them!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies: MFT butterfly die, Viva Decor Pens, Spellbinders circle die, Lawn Fawn Sentiment Stamp

Monday, May 27, 2013

Not a Card!!


Since this month at OCS we are celebrating May FLOWERS (see our monthly challenge) I decided to make something other than a card with these gorgeous Prima flowers from the OCS. This headband I made for my (not so little) baby girl was super simple.

1- I bought the elastic from my local craft store. Then, I measured the correct length of elastic for my daughters head

2- hand stitched the elastic together

3- cut a piece felt roughly the size of the flower bundle (you can trim this down after you glue the flowers on, so non of the felt is showing)

4- hot glue flowers to felt and then felt to the elastic headband.


This was so easy, I hate to call it a tutorial. Its more like a “look how easy this was, you can do it too.” :)

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look and please stop by the OCS to see all the gorgeous flowers in stock!

Monday, May 20, 2013

Many holds upon happiness



Happy Monday, OCS friends!  If you haven’t heard, this month at OCS our challenge theme is FLOWERS. You have until the end of the month to join in and get an entry into our monthly challenge prize drawing!!

I used this gorgeous gray flower from Maya Roads on my card and since I HATE to waste, I made it into a removable barrette. I realize that not every person I make a homemade card is going to hold on to it forever. And the thought of this pretty flower finding it’s way into the garbage makes me cringe, so I gave it another function.


It was really very simple to make the barrette, I just hot glued the flower to a 2 pronged clip that I bought in bulk from my local beauty supply store.  The clips are really inexpensive and convenient to have on hand.029

Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!

Supplies: Maya Road flower, MFT butterfly die,  Simple stories paper, corner punch, viva decor pen, Spellbinders heart die, PTI sentiment

Monday, May 13, 2013

Hello Foxy!

I’m excited to show you a new stamp set from Lawn Fawn that OCS carries.  The possibilities with this stamp set is endless, take a look at all the set includes.


I’ve created a little scene with a few of these stamps.  I colored with my copics and fussy cut them, but OCS carries the matching dies to this set also HERE.

So I am wondering, are you a fan of Lawn Fawn stamps or are they not your cup of tea?!


Supplies: Lawn Fawn Stamps, October Afternoon papers, Copics, button, sewing, EK success star punch