New WOW! Video & SAVE 10% on Tools & Ink!


On yesterday’s post, I shared a trio of holiday gift tags using the Nothing Sweeter Photopolymer Stamp Set & coordinating Sweetly Stitched Framelits Dies. You can view the post here.  Today’s video (above) shows you a closer look at these two products and how versatile they are for year round use!

Watch 100’s of my Stampin’ Pretty paper crafting video demonstration HERE.


Nothing Sweeter Bundle – Images © Stampin’ Up!

Here are the two products I mention in the video for storing my dies.

Stamp-n-Storage Magnet Cards.  I use 5 x 7 magnet cards for neatly storing my Stampin’ Up! dies.  You can find them thru my affiliate link here: 5 x 7 Magnet Cards.  

Totally Tiffany Stamp Pockets.  My 5 x 7 magnet cards slip into these Totally Tiffany 5 x 7 stamp pockets.  I keep everything together in a drawer with an expandable divider on the right..   See photo below.  The stamp pockets can be found here:  Stamp Pockets.  I even use them to organize my embellishments (without the magnet cards). They have been on backorder so you may need to get on the Totally Tiffany waiting list to be notified when they are in stock.  

Stampin' Up! On-Line Extravaganza Save 10% on Tools, Ink & More Nov 27 & Nov 28th Stampin' Pretty, Mary Fish

Tuesday, Nov 27th & Wednesday, Nov 28th: 10% Off tools, ink & more.

To view the Tuesday and Wednesday sale items in my online store, click here.


  • Adhesives
  • Applicators
  • Cleaners
  • Cutting tools
  • Embossing folders
  • Framelits and thinlits
  • Ink Pads
  • Ink refills
  • Markers
  • Punches
  • Scoring Tools
  • Stamp blocks and cases

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  1. How did you print up your labels for your framelits

  2. What a fabulous video this is. Now you’ve shown me another set I MUST have, lol. TFS.

  3. I know first hand……Your system is pretty and useful. Thanks for sharing with us. (LOVE YOUR VIDEO!!!!)

  4. Hi! Mary, I have the same wonderful system for my dies. I was wondering what you used to make your labels.
    Thank you,

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