Saturday, February 1, 2014

February - Blogoversary Month

Happy February!  This is a significant month for me as today marks the sixth anniversary of my blog.  There will be some special things happening this month, including the return of the "blogoversary boxes."  Due to family circumstances, I missed doing an anniversary celebration last year, so this one will be "super sized" with even more goodies in the boxes.  If you weren't here in 2012, check out THIS POST to see how the boxes work.

Thanks for the feedback on the video I posted yesterday (if you are on the email feed, you will have two posts in one email and the first includes the video).  I am planning to do many more short videos on some of the topics that I get asked about most frequently.  Once again, please let me know if there is something you'd like me to do a video about.  There will be a craft room tour...eventually (it is still in the disorganized state that is part of reorganization!)

The Lettering Delights Dollar Days sale ends today.  Nearly everything is on sale for $1, Cut-it sets are $2.

If you are thinking about getting the new Cricut Explore you will be amazed at the variety of artwork that you will be able to cut when you get the new machine.  I also use the digital papers and graphics for projects that I make with my Panstoria Artisan digital scrapping software (formerly sold as StoryBook Creator by Creative Memories).

Lettering Delights is offering a set of game day party printables free when you spend $2 - these will automatically be added to your library.

Be sure to pay attention to the type of set you are buying - Cut-it Sets and Graphic Sets of the same name are usually very similar but they are used for different purposes.  You can find a detailed explanation of how each type of set is used HERE.

Here are some codes for additional savings...

Save $3 on a purchase of $10 or more with coupon code: Create2014 

Save $10 more! Use coupon code: WhoLetTheDogOut on purchases of $30 or more

Do you recognize the design in the background of the post title image today?  Can you tell me which Cricut cartridge it came from? There will be a few pop quizzes over the next month - just for fun!
Have a great time if you will be at a Super Bowl party tomorrow (or at the Super Bowl!).  We are looking forward to some family time and will finally get the rest of the Christmas things up to the attic (it's been too cold to go up there!).  Enjoy the weekend!

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  1. Great tip on getting rid of those tic marks Diane. Have a wonderful day.

    1. Thanks Sandy - I think the projects look so much better when the paper hasn't been broken along the fold lines. You have a great day too!

  2. Good Morning and happy're visitor counter is now over 2million. Does that just make your head spin or what? Happy for you....and very excited about the "box".

    1. Hi Laura, It is hard to believe that the visitor count is that high - but I have been doing this for quite a long time! I can't wait to start sharing "the filling of the boxes" - I have lots of great things for them!

  3. Happy Anniversary Diane!
    I've been following you and been inspired by you for the past six years. God Bless you and your family! Thanks for the tips, ideas and inspiration. Here's to many more years of Capadia Designs!

  4. Hi Bernadette! Thank you so much. It certainly has been an interesting journey. I'll keep crafting and blogging as long as I can!

  5. Happy Anniversary Diane! I love your blog. You have been an inspiration to me for my crafting. I finally started a blog two years ago. It is so fun to meet people in the blogosphere. Have a great day.

  6. Happy Anniversary! I've been following for years, and hope that you will continue enlightening us regularly for years to come!


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