HSN, Stamp Maker and Behind the Scenes Tour 19

Hey Everyone!

Hope you all are doing super well!  I wanted to share the one HSN Clip of the latest airing of the Teresa Collins Stamp Maker.  It was great spending time with her in Florida and had a great dinner with her, Jinger Adams and Jill from Provo Craft, Laura Scott, Michelle Van Etten as well.

Teresa was on HSN on Friday night and Saturday Am to promote her stamp maker which currently includes an exclusive Getting Started DVD that we created for HSN.  But don’t worry – we are going to be releasing the NEW Stamp Maker A to Z DVD in just a few more weeks – so everyone who has the machine will get the FULL 4 hour version available VERY soon!!! 🙂  I know you’re so excited about it!  Teresa talks about her stamp maker on hsn and thought I’d share the clip for those who are interested.  You can also still buy it through HSN and many other retailers, but right now HSN is exclusively carrying the Teresa Collins Stamp Maker Getting Started DVD by Megan Elizabeth.  You can see a few quick snips put together of the DVD in the HSN Segment.  This DVD is about 1.5 hours long and shows you some cool things if you are considering purchasing the stamp maker for the first time.  Those who already have it, never fear, Above Rubies Studio is always near to help! 😉

I hope you enjoy this HSN Clip and then there is one more video for today that I’m excited to share with you too!….

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Ok, as promised, one more video for today!  And that is… a Behind the Scenes Tour of not ONLY Above Rubies Studio, Megan’s Craft room and the messy work space….BUT …. The www.Craft-E-Corner.com warehouse and goodies!  Had a GREAT time out in Wisconsin just a few weeks ago, and here I am finally getting around to posting the video!

Now I DO Mention in that video about the Club Ruby Kit for July….well that IS now available for purchase and YES it DOES include 2 sheets of the NEW Paper Layerz by Megan Elizabeth die-cuttable segmented 9 color paper!!! 🙂 Check that out HERE if you want! 🙂

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Anyway – I hope you enjoy these two videos for today and a Tuesday Tutorial of a project will come up soon – but there is LOTS happening!  I DO leave for CHA (Craft and Hobby Association) Trade Show on Sunday July 17th, this is where all Retail stores and Vendors come together to see whats new in the industry and sell their products (I’ll be selling DVDs and Paper Layerz) and also buying NEW Products for Club Ruby Kits!  IF you’re in the Chicago Area, let me know, we’d love to plan to do some type of Meet up possibly on Monday or Thursday Night! 🙂  If you’re coming to CHA Here is a quick Schedule of Where I’ll be doing Paper Layerz live demos, come say hi!   I’ll be at the World Win Paper booth #1107 at the times listed below – and all over the show floor all week long!

Talk to you all again REALLY Soon!

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19 thoughts on “HSN, Stamp Maker and Behind the Scenes Tour

  • Christeen Baker

    Haha had to laugh at your craft room because just a few hours ago mine looked just as messy but I am off work sick with an earache and after the antibiotics kicked in I took advantage of my free time and organized my craft room. Wish I had a video camera it looks so neat and tidy – so neat and tidy I don’t want to do any projects today as I don’t want to mess it up. I will let it stay tidy for one day.

  • Sue B

    “Creative Minds are Rarely Tidy” Like you, I have my bins and shelves filled with my favorite supplies. But when creativity hits, everything is all about. What would be the fun of a perfect, tidy, neat space every moment. Thanks for sharing your workshop ala creativity!

  • Kathy Tracy

    I love your craft room and can confess that my space is just as messy. I actually have a drawing table in our living room with shelves and carts stuffed into a closet. It works for me and I can be creative whenever I want to. I love it and my husband is so supportive and does not mind the mess. I also created a special box for my granddaughters with their own craft supplies in it so when they come over and want to create something (all the time!) They can just pull out their “own” supplies and go to town creating amazing things. Thanks for sharing…..

  • Jean Moe

    I love your craft room! makes me feel so much better about my mess and you can’t do it without the mess. the only problem is mine always looks like the messy end, never seem to get it organized. thanks for the tour, it was fun,

  • Peggy

    I don’t feel so bad about my room now. Everyone is always telling me I have too much stuff in there. Mine’s just a drop in the bucket compared to yours. lol

    Love the videos.

  • Dianne Bell

    Have a wonderful CHA time in Chicago. Thought I would be there this time, but my kids do not need me to babysit until October and then again in November. So, I will miss it again….. But your trip sounds fabulous. Have fun, Megan.

  • Rosalind

    It’s funny my craft room looks just as challenged as yours. I literally had to take the day off to get it back to looking organized. I love your room anyway. Keep you the good work, you have imspired me so much that now the neighborhood people call on me for different occasions. I do crafting with the neighborhood. I was so fascinated with the stamp maker that I purchased it and can not wait for it to arrive on my door step. Once again I say thank you from the bottom of my heart. If you ever come to a crafting fair in NJ please send me a email. I welcome the opportunity to chat with you.

  • Rhonda Harre

    Love your videos! Thanks for sharing your craft room and Craft-e-Corner. It is nice to be able to put names with faces. I just talked with Melissa yesterday – Craft-e-Corner has great customer service! Blessings!

  • Marcie Smith

    As busy as you are, it is amazing how you can stay so organized. But it doesn’t look as though you have any trouble navigating. You seem to know where everything is and that is the main thing.

  • Jeannie

    Loved the post on your “space” ha ha, now I don’t feel so bad about mine lol! I just got a kitchen island yesterday that I put together to organize all my sizzix and embossing goodies-Awesome! Holds my big shot pro on top and then the big shot and all dies, papers, etc inside and the best part it’s on wheels so I can move it where ever I need too.

  • Jennie Barger

    Thanks for the great videos! Yep, you are just like all of us! Hey, if we had to be neat and tidy the whole time we are crafting, we wouldn’t have nearly as much fun! 🙂 Keep up your awesome work!!

  • Trish

    Really am becoming an Above Rubies Studio fan. I have a question that has nothing to do with the goodies you posted today (I will scroll up and check out when I finish this post). I was using the Cricut Cutting Guide today. What does it mean when giving the comment-Use multicut and then a number in ( )? I would even be glad for a page number in the book if it’s there and I didn’t catch it (I’m using online version). Keep up the good work!

  • Annette

    Thanks for the great videos today. I have my craft room/ computer room/ extra bedroom kinda organized. I’m always trying new ways to store things more efficiently(this is so I can get MORE!!) Have fun at CHA. I live 70 miles from the event but will be in Northern WI next week end. I hope to make it to this awesome event one of these years to meet you & the other fantastic “crafty” people. Have a wonderful time:)

  • LeeAnn from NC

    Megan, Thanks for the tour. It’s fun to see where our favorite products come from and it’s always nice to see YOU ! Looking forward to your Tuesday Tutorials and would love to see you on hsn doing some product demos .

  • Tina V

    Megan, loved the videos – thanks for showing your crafting space. 🙂 Good to know I’m not the only one with stacks of paper all around when creating!

  • Kathy Davis

    I always wondered how everything looked so neat in your videos. I couldn’t imagine how you could craft and always be so organized. Glad to know that you really are like the rest of us.