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About me

Welcome to my little space on the internet dedicated to paper, ink and stamps –

Please pull up a chair, get yourself a cup of tea and let me share with you what I love.

I’ve been messing around with stamps for about 18 years. I had accumulated a stash of supplies that I hardly ever used. Then I attended a Stampin’ Up! class and the rest is history!

I’m a Stampin’ Up!® Independent Demonstrator so all the projects you see here are made with Stampin’ Up! products. Of course there may be some things (clothes pins, dominoes, etc) that Stampin’ Up! doesn’t have that I may use from time to time.

One of my expressions is: “You can never have too many stamps!” If you’ve ever been to my house you have a feel for what that means. I have a very hard time parting with any stamps, even ones that I have duplicates of…isn’t that silly?

What you see on my blog was created by me unless otherwise noted. Some of the projects that I created may have been CASEd (Copy and Share/Steal Everything) from other crafters. I’m doing my best to give credit to those whose ideas I’ve harvested either in full or part. As my blog grows I plan to also feature creations made by my students and Stampin’ Up! downline.

I hope you will visit often, subscribe to the blog via email or a blog reader and post your comments.

If you have any questions that you’d prefer not to post in a comment just click on the “Email Sue Ann” link on the right column of the blog and you’ll get a pop up window to send me a note at:

Across the top of my home page you will see some tabs. One of them is Ask Stella Stamper Bear. Stella thinks she knows everything about stamping and loves to have people ask her questions so she can show off.

If you want more information about Stampin’ Up!’s exciting products or the unique  opportunity, please contact me at: or by calling (623)203-4489

Rubber Hugs,

Sue Ann Olsavicky

PS. The cactus blooming in my blog banner is a photo I took in my front yard…isn’t it amazing. The sad part is that the flowers only last one day…they bloom prior to sun up and are shriveled by mid day.

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