The Holiday Catalog is Here!

It’s finally here; the 2015 Stampin’ Up! Holiday catalog  is here!  Click on the catalog cover below to view the catalog.

20150901TH_HolidayMini_en-USStamp sets, papers, & framelits, oh my!   Where to start?

My advice:  bundles are always a great place to start, and to save.  Make a wish list, go thru the catalog again, add to wish list.  Go thru catalog a third time, prioritize wish list (I make an A, B, C wish list).

One of my favorite bundles is the Embellished Ornaments Stamp Set and Delicate Ornaments Framelits die Bundle – Wood Mount # 140856 $48.25, or Clear Mount # 140857 $ 41.50 which I used to make this card:


You can begin ordering today right here.   You can view the catalog here, or on the sidebar.  Do you want a paper catalog to have in your hands?  If you are my customer, or would like to be, I’ll be happy to send you a catalog.  If you already have a relationship with a demonstrator, I respectfully ask that you request a catalog from him/her.

Is you wish list now bigger than your budget?  Do you want it all?  Consider using the starter kit to fill your wish list.  Choose $125 worth of merchandise for only $99 (and it ships free!) which is like a 30% discount.  And that’s just to start!  You’ll receive a 30% discount off your first order (within 45 days) and 20% off all products after that from now until Dec. 31st with no obligation to sell anything, host a party or anything else.  Just fill your personal wish list at a discount, get all the perks (like attending OnStage Live in November, a bi-monthly magazine filled with ideas & tips, our private Facebook chat groups, and more!)  Click here to get started.

Enjoy the new catalog!





Christmas, Here I come!

Christmas is just a few short months away, so now is the best time to start getting ready.   I did just that.  The new Stampin’ Up! 2015 Holiday catalog is here (sales period begins Sept. 1st) but as a demo, I have been able to order from that catalog already.   This catalog is filled with so many new and exciting things that will make a stamper’s heart go pitter-patter!   And, yes, I do offer Gift Certificates :)   SPOILER ALERT:  The catalog is also filled with some pretty nostalgic items too that will take you back to Christmases of long ago.
Our Annual Catalog has some pretty nice Christmas stamps & papers too.  Today’s project features the “Lots of Joy” stamp set, “Merry Moments DSP” from the annual catalog and the coordinating Tree Punch.

Lots of JoyWhisper White card stock formed the foundation for my card.  A piece of plaid DSP cut 1/4″ smaller created the background.   I used my Oval framelits and cut 2 ovals; the larger from Mossy Meadow card stock, the smaller in Old Olive  card stock.    I punch a Mossy Meadow tree (TIP:  To save paper, I punched this out of the center of the oval I just  made – the lighter oval will cover it and no one will know!)

Then I stamped the plaid tree in Old Olive ink on Whisper White and punched that out and adhered on top of, but offset from the solid tree.

Cherry Cobbler ink was used for the sentiment and the 1-3/4″ and 2″ circle punches cropped the circles which I layered together and offset at the bottom of the oval.  A few stars in Gold Glimmer Paper were cropped using the star die from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits set added some sparkle.  The plaid tree was finished off with a bow tied from the new Gold Cording Trim which will be available Sept. 1st.

Don’t you just love the plaid tree in this stamp set?  I do.   It reminds me of a Charlie Brown Christmas and I am looking forward to stamping this tree in some funky colors like Bermuda Bay, Melon Mambo and the like!

I took my color palette from the colors in the Merry Moments DSP.  Here is another card I made using the same layout but I switched out the DSP in the background.  IMG_5467 A whole different feel just by changing the paper.

And the best part of this card;  after I made it I realized it fit the requirements for the Merry Monday Christmas card challenge:Merry Monday Christmas 169It’s been a while since I played along and I’m really glad to take part this week.  Hop over to the challenge to find inspiration from other crafters as you look forward to getting started with your own Christmas cards.

Listed below are the supplies I used for my card.  You can order any of these items by shopping my online store, or by clicking the item below.

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So Who is This Amazing Woman?

When I saw the sketch for the Mojo Monday Sketch #406 challenge, I knew exactly what stamp and punch I would use!  And I had the perfect occasion for that card too!  I can’t believe the week is basically over and I just got finished with my card!  A day late and a dollar short is typically how I roll and this is no different:   Well, her birthday has already passed,  and as I am sitting down to get this blog post written, the link has already closed so I can’t play along with Mojo Monday :(  but I wanted to share this with you anyway.

Here is the sketch: Sketch Challenges

And here is my card: IMG_5346

Along with the Happy Birthday, Everyone stamp set, I used one of my very favorite color combos:  Blackberry Bliss & Hello, Honey.  And I did use some retired paper from Moonlight DSP Paper Stack.  I sure hope you stocked up on this before it retired.

This card is intended for wish an amazing woman a Happy Birthday; so to send it to her, I had to custom line an envelope so it would arrive in style.  The Envelope Liner Framelit dies make quick work of that.

IMG_5345See how that adds instant pizzazz to an ordinary envelope?

IMG_5347The flower was cropped using the Pansy Punch (2 layers of Hello, Honey DSP) and the Petite Petals Punch (in Blackberry Bliss) topped with a metal rimmed Pearl (the largest size in the package).  Quick & Easy but it adds so much class!

Great layout for the Happy Birthday, Everyone stamp set, don’t you agree?  This stamp set is a Stampin’ Reward stamp set which means it is only available for purchase with Stampin’ Reward Dollars.  If you place an order of $150 or more (whether by hosting a workshop, or just by placing an order for your own supplies), then you are entitled to Stampin’ Rewards.  Click Here to see the Stampin’ Reward Chart to see how much you can earn when you host a workshop, or place a large order.

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Penguin Party

When I saw the theme for the Merry Monday Christmas challenge, I just had to participate!

I had snow much fun creating these little punch art penguins on this card I made last winter that I just had to do a ‘remember when’ post!

Punch Art PenguinThe Owl Builder Punch is used to create these darling penguins, and dazzling diamonds paper gave them the snowy hills to play on!  I don’t make a lot of cute & whimsy cards, but these little cards were so much fun, I may just be making more soon.

I’ll be putting together a step-by-step tutorial so you can make these little darlings too.  Stop back for those instructions.


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Money Holder Tutorial

Yesterday was an exciting day, the Pals Blog Hop!  We featured projects showcasing the new 2015-17 In Colors.  I hope you were able to hop from blog to blog and see all the various projects using these colors.   You can see my post here.

I featured a project modeled after a gift card holder that is my go-to design when I need a quick & easy gift card holder and decorate it for any occasion.  But what about when you want to give cash?  I adapted the gift card holder to fit a dollar bill.  Here it is:

In Color Money Holder

A belly band holds the flap closed.  Just slip it off and here it is open:

money holder open

Well, I promised I would share a step-by-step tutorial and here it is: (Keep in mind that this pattern can be adapted for any occasion you want to give a gift of cash – any color, any patterned paper, any embellishment YOU want to customize it to the occasion and the recipient.  Just keep the same measurements.)

I started with a piece of Tip Top Taupe cardstock cut to 6-3/4″ wide x 8-1/4″ tall.

money holder cut cardstock

I scored the paper 2-1/4″ from the bottom edge, and at 5-1/4″.   (I love that I can cut and score on my Stampin’ Trimmer!)money holder score

Here is the paper scored in 2 places: money holder scored

To create the thumb notch for the dollar bill, I used a 2″ circle punch to partially  punch creating the notch.  I centered this left to right at 3-3/8″.  money holder punch notch

I then applied strips of Tear & Tape adhesive along the outer edges of the lower portion.  (Have I mentioned that I LOVE this new Tear & Tape adhesive? – This project was the first time I used this adhesive, and it is far superior to the old ‘red’ tape; both in terms of stickiness AND ease of use!  No more red pieces of plastic stuck to your hands, clothes, etc.)  money holder tear & tape

Fold up the bottom portion, and you’ve just created the perfect pocket to fit a dollar bill.  Any denomination will fit!  (Make mine 50’s or 100’s, please!) money holder assembled

Now for the belly band.  You can create a belly band that wraps around the money holder vertically or horizontally.   I used a 1-1/4″ wide x 7-1/2″ strip of cardstock and another piece of Tear & Tape adhesive and just wrapped it around the money holder.  (TIP:  Don’t wrap it too tight; leave enough room for the belly band to slip on & off with ease!). money holder vertical band

To wrap horizontally, you will need to adhere 2 strips together to get a strip long enough to wrap around the width of the card.  I strategically placed the butt joints in the least conspicuous places; behind the flower and at the back edge of the money holder.  (I am using a contrasting piece of cardstock so you can see the two pieces better).

money holder horiz band

money holder with belly band

Now for the fun part!  You can decorate your money holder any way you wish!

On my project,  I used the Corner Rounder Punch to punch the two bottom corners of the face.  I cut the new Envelope Paper in the woodgrain pattern in Tip Top Taupe to 6-1/2″ x 2-3/4″ and corner rounded the bottom two corners.  I adhered this layer on the face of the closed money holder.

In Color Money HolderI chose to create this gorgeous flower using the new Cotton Paper in Watermelon Wonder.  The flower center is created from Delightful Dijon and fringe scissors!  The leaves are Cucumber Crush card stock using the Fun Flower punch.  A little flagged end banner in Mint Macaron  says: “Thought you’d like to spend your day spending….” from the B.Y.O.P. stamp set.  The inside sentiment simply says:  “SPENDING”

I will be making a video showing just how to make this flower, and some tips on how to work with this new Cotton Paper.  Watch for that next week.

If you want to grab some of these supplies to add to your stash so you can create this at home, simply click here to go to my online store.  Or just click on any of the items in the supply list below.

I hope that you try to make this;  please let me know if you do.  This is a project tutorial that you’ll want to keep close by;  it will come in handy whenever you are giving cash as a gift.

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New Hues Review – July Pals Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for July.  This month we are excited to show off the new 2015 – 2017 Stampin’ Up! In Colors, namely, Cucumber Crush, Delightful Dijon, Mint Macaron, Tip Top Taupe and Watermelon Wonder. The In Color products include card stock, designer series paper, ribbon and other embellishments.  We hope you find great inspiration from the projects.

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Susan Itell at Simple Stampin, number 9 on the Pals Hop.  If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.

I have to confess that every year when the new In Colors are introduced, I get a little anxious wondering what they be like.  There is a courting period, if you will, when I take the time to get the know the new colors.  What colors pair well with other colors, do the colors stand alone, or do they need to be used in combination with other colors?  Where do they stand in our color palette in relation to the other existing colors?  I really feel like I need to spend some time with each of these colors to truly appreciate each one.  Does that sound weird?  Or do you do the same thing?

Well, for this blog hop, I was determined to make a project that used ALL 5 of the new In Colors.

In Color Money HolderSo what do you think?  Did I pull off a project that uses all of these colors well together?   I really think this color combo is a winner!  These colors are GREAT, aren’t they?

I wanted to make a project that was a little special too.  I think the money holder fits the bill (and the bills fit inside the money holder too!)  Too many times presents consist of gift cards, but sometimes cold, hard cash is king!  So  I adapted a gift card holder that I love to make, to hold cash.

money holder openI used Tip Top Taupe cardstock for the money holder base, and the brand new Envelope Paper also in Tip Top Taupe for the snazzy woodgrain patterned paper on the face.  The star of the show really is the new Cotton Paper in Watermelon Wonder for the flower.  This is the first time I’ve used the Cotton Paper, and I LOVE IT!   I see many more flowers in my future!   The flower center is created from Delightful Dijon.  The leaves are cropped from Cucumber Crush cardstock using the Fun Flower punch.  Finally, the little flag featuring the sentiment is cropped from Mint Macaron cardstock.

cotton paper flowerSo, now that you’ve gotten to meet the new colors, and get to know them, which of the new In Colors color is your favorite?  Want to know which one is my favorite?  All of them!

Tomorrow I’ll have all the details on how to make this money holder, including measurements and step-by-step directions, so be sure to stop back. Sign up for my newsletter, and you’ll also get my blog posts delivered to your inbox so you won’t miss a thing.

The next stop is Kalyn Shubnell at The Stamping Chronicles, number 12 on the Pals Blog Hop!  Thanks for visiting; I hope to see you on next month’s Pals Hop!

  1. Jane Knudsen at see jane stamp
  2. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  3. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  4. Beth Beard at My little craft blog
  5. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  6. Debra Simonis at Deb’s Stampin’ Grounds
  7. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  8. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  9. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  10. Nancy Gleason at My Stampin Space —YOU ARE HERE —
  11. Kalyn Shubnell at The Stamping Chronicles
  12. Sherrie Gross at Stampin’ Sunshine
  13. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  14. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits from Dawn
  15. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  16. Karen Hallam at Karen’s Stampin’ Habit!
  17. Amy Whelan at Amy’s Inklings
  18. Natalie Bradley at Natalie Bradley Events
  19. Maggie Mata at Maggie Made Cards
  20. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  21. Peggy Noe at Pretty Paper Cards
  22. Debbie Mageed at Secret Stamper
  23. Lynn Kolcun at Stamping With Avery’s Owlery
  24. Kimberly Sparks at Stampin’ Daisy
  25. Becky Volpp at InkBlossomwithBecky
  26. Shawn de Oliveira at Shawn Stamps
  27. Denise Hoepfner at The Mountain Magpie

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Happy Birthday with Sprinkles on Top

Today’s Mojo Monday sketch was the perfect layout for me to ink up my new Sprinkles on Top stamp set and show off the coordinating Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper stack.

Here’s the sketch:

And here’s my card:  Sprinkles on TopI love that this sketch allows for a large piece of the pretty patterned paper to take center stage!  All of the layers allow for the many colors in here to play a part, without overwhelming the overall effect.

The Happy Birthday sentiment from Sprinkles on Top is designed on one line; but I easily inked up just one word at time to create a 2-line sentiment to fit into the circle shape.  Sweet!

My lighting situation is less than ideal so my apologies for the poor quality photo.  I hope to remedy that soon. In the meantime, trust me that color combination of Crushed Curry, Bermuda Bay, Cucumber Crush and Watermelon Wonder is a winner!  Bright, bold, and cheery.color combo jpeg-001

If you would like to have any of the products I used to create this card, then hop over to my online store and shop securely, or click on the item below.

Stop back on Wednesday where the Stampin’ Pretty Pals will show off the new 2015-17 In Colors with our  monthly blog hop.  Thanks for hanging out in My Stampin Space with me.  See you soon.



Rescued by the Paper Players!

So I had a vague idea of what I wanted to do for my class Monday night, but every time I sat down to put that idea to paper, I just was blank!  I  knew what stamp I wanted to use, and the colors, but nothing else.  My mojo was gone!  So Friday came and went, nothing.  Saturday came and went, nothing.  Sunday afternoon, nothing.  Now I was panicking; my class is right after work on Monday, need to get my act together, NOW!

Take a break, make dinner.  Casually check my email (a stall  tactic because I still didn’t know what to do!)  An email with the following sketch challenge from the Paper Players,  and it all came together!

Thank God for the Paper Players!  Right sketch, just in the nick of time.  I ran back downstairs to My Stampin’ Space, and pulled together not one, but two cards in no time!  Thank you Nance and the Paper Players.

Definitely Dahlia
For both cards I used Tip Top Taupe for the card base and a Mint Macaron layer.  In the top card, I stamped some ink spots from Gorgeous Grunge in Mint Macaron directly on the Mint Macaron layer.  I stamped the Definitely Dahlia flower onto Whisper White cardstock with Mint  Macaron ink and fussy-cut the flower out.  A few strands of Gold Metallic thread peek out from behind the flower.

PP251On the second card, I added a Whisper White layer and stamped both the ink spots and flower directly onto this layer.  The Mint Macaron strip and Tip Top Taupe banner are adorned with a metal rimmed pearl (my new fav embellishment from the new catalog!)  The Happy Birthday sentiment is from Sprinkles on Top stamp set stamped in Tip Top Taupe ink on the same color cardstock.

I quickly picked a favorite and that’s what we will be making in class tomorrow.  Which one is your favorite?   You’ll have to check my facebook page Monday night to see which card we make in class.  Until then, leave me a comment and tell me your choice.

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Fill Your Wish List

Well, if you saw yesterday’s post, and followed the blog hop, you were treated to over 30 members of the Stampin’ Pretty Pals and their favorite new products from the catalog.  The projects on each blog had me ‘ooh-ing’ and ‘aah-ing’ every time I hopped from one blog to the next!

If all that is making you say, “I want it all!”, then you are in luck!  During the month of June, Stampin’ Up!’s new Join promotion gives you LOTS to consider joining Stampin’ Up! – one of those reasons is that you get TWO FREE STAMP SETS OF YOUR CHOICE with the purchase of your $99 Starter Kit.


$99 gets you $125 of product (your choice), 2 free stamp sets, free shipping and 30% off your first $150+ order in your first 45 days as a demonstrator.  SWEET!  You also earn a minimum  20% discount on your purchases (with potential for increased discounts).  Joining MY team gives you access to virtual on-line community,  monthly online gatherings, and a sense of belonging to a fabulous group of fellow-stampers across the country ready to share their projects, tips, tricks and inspiration.

  • $125 of amazing product of your choice + free shipping for $99.
  • 2 free stamp sets of your choice.
  • 30% off the first $150+ order in your first 45 day.
  • an ongoing 20% discount on your purchases.
  • access to our positive, uplifting, online community.
  • monthly online gatherings.
  • monthly blog hops, sketch challenges, & color challenges to help stretch your paper crafting skills
  • no risk to ever host a workshop, sell anything and no penalty to drop.  Most people join just to support their own hobby.
  • Advance preview and orders from new catalog releases – join today and you will see the Christmas catalog on August 1st!

If you join today, you will have access to all the perks & benefits until Oct 31, 2015, without having to do anything!

Last night, our group leaders: Mary Fish and Lisa Pretto hosted a Facebook Party!  They each shared a little bit about joining Stampin’ Up!.  If you join my team, you’ll be part of their teams too!

You can watch their videos here:

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I’d love to have you as part of my team, whether you are just looking to feed your hobby, or build a business.    Many people join just for the discount, but stay for the fun!
If you want more information about membership in my Stampin’ Up! group, please email me.  If you are ready to join, click here.


In With The New…Pals Blog Hop

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Welcome to the Pals Blog Hop for June.  This month we are excited to show off new Stampin’ Up! products from the just released 2015 – 2016 annual catalog.  We hope you find great inspiration from the projects.  Get your wish list ready!

You may just be starting the blog hop or may have come from Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom number 29 on the Pals Hop.  If you get off track at any time, the full lineup below will help you move along from blog to blog so you see all the projects.

Well I have to say that I am in LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!  Yes, I LOVE my husband – he’s the best!  But some days he just has to step aside for my Stampin’ Obsession!  And right now, there are a few products that I just can’t get enough of.  And when you put them together, LOVE is in the air!  The Gift Bag Punch Board, the Triple Banner Punch and the Floral Wings stamp set.


Don’t you just love it!  I’m making Gift Bags with the Gift Bag Punch Board left & right!  And thanks to you, I have over 750 views on the tutorial video I made showing how to use the Gift Bag Punch Board!

Of course, the Triple Banner Punch makes flagged end banners a cinch; especially if you want to layer different sizes like I did here.  (True Story:  I almost didn’t order the Triple Banner Punch because I thought it was a triangle punch!  Good think I read the fine print description and realized what it was!)

But my most fav is the Floral Wings stamp set!  And again, I didn’t realize the potential of this set until I got it and started using it.  The ‘blank spots’ in the butterfly are shaped for the roses & leaves just perfectly.  We were introduced to triple stamping with tab alignment back in the fall with the Wonderful Wreath, and this stamp set uses that tab alignment for the leaves and roses inside the butterfly wings.

IMG_5195-001See those leaves?  You don’t stamp them individually; it’s all one stamp!  And the roses?  The 5 roses are one stamp set so you get perfect placement in one impression.

Here’s another bag I made:  This one shows how cute the bag looks with the top open, (like a convertible!)IMG_5197

And another:  This uses the new 1″ Dotted Lace Trim in Cucumber Crush – another new product I am in love with!  I’m so glad I purchased every color :)IMG_5204[1]Each gift bag has a different closure: a clothespin, an open top (which has no closure) and a ribbon.  The Gift Bag Punch Board allows you to put holes for ribbons if you want, or not.  It’s so versatile.

WORD TO THE WISE:  When working with paper that has a definite direction to the paper (like the printed words), remember that the punch creates the bottom flaps of the gift bag.  So, you want to put your paper into the punch with with the top of the paper towards you and the bottom of the paper in the punch, like this:

IMG_5203[1]Before you get all mushy, saying how smart I am, and how much paper I will save you, and all of that, I have to confess that mistakes are the best teachers!  Another episode of the blooper reel – we were making these gift bags at a workshop this past weekend.  Well, all I can is that we learned the hard way!  But you can learn from my mistake….you’re welcome!  :)

I hope you will get ‘punchy’ with the Gift Bag Punch Board, the triple banner punch, and spread your wings with the Floral Wings stamp set.  I have a product list at the end of this post so you can see exactly what I used if you want to recreate any of these projects.   Please contact your demonstrator to order products, or to get a new catalog.  If you don’t have a relationship with a demonstrator, feel free to email me.  Thanks for stopping by My Stampin’ Space today.

Please leave me a comment and tell me which gift bag is your favorite, and why.  I absolutely love hearing from you!

The next stop is Sue Becker at RnR Stamping, number 31 on the Pals Blog Hop!  Thanks for visiting; I hope to see you on next month’s Pals Hop!

  1. Peggy Noe at
  2. Shawn de Oliveira at ShawnStamps
  3. Lisa Pretto at InkBig Academy Stamps
  4. Kerry Willard Bray at Peonies and Paper Chains
  5. Lisa Ann Bernard at Queen B Creations
  6. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  7. Wendy Klein at Doggone Delightful Stampin’
  8. Mary Fish at Stampin’ Pretty
  9. Jennifer Michalski at
  10. Becky Volpp at InkBlossomwithBecky
  11. Natalie Bradley at Soirée by Natalie Bradley
  12. Martie Pollard at The Crafty Bandit
  13. Jackie Diediker at Stampin’ Jackie
  14. Deb Cozzone at Deb Cozzone’s Stamping Zone
  15. Jane Knudsen at see jane stamp
  16. Maggie Mata at Maggie Mase Cards
  17. Denise Hoepfner at The Mountain Magpie
  18. Susan Itell at Simple Stampin
  19. Debra Simonis at Deb’s Stampin’ Grounds
  20. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  21. Dawn Tidd at Tiddbits from Dawn
  22. Katy McGloin at Just Fun Stamping
  23. Pamela Sadler at Stampin Pink Rose
  24. Michelle Gleeson at StampinMojo
  25. Amy Whelan at Amy’s Inklings
  26. Nicole Watt at Pixel Maven’s Retreat
  27. Jessica Wilson at My Prapercraft Universe
  28. Tricia Chuba at ButterDish Designs
  29. Beth McCullough at Stamping Mom
  30. Nancy Gleason at My Stampin Space
  31. Sue Becker at RnR Stamping
  32. Kalyn Shubnell at The Stamping Chronicles
  33. Shannon Hokanson at Paper Works by Shannon

So if you just can’t live another day without a Gift Bag Punch board, or a triple banner punch, or the Floral Wings stamp set, click here to go to my online store or click any of the items below.