Evernote allows you to search through all the products from Stampin’ Up! to find exactly what you need for paper crafting.
Evernote is a free App (or program) that you can download to just about any computer or phone. Evernote is designed to help you share notes about any project you may be working on. I have created a notebook with all the current products that Stampin’ Up! sells.
Each note shows the catalog and page number where you can find the product. It also has the item number (even the French or German translations) and the price (US, Canada, Europe (Pounds and Euros), and the South Pacific. I have typed in all the phrases and named all the images so you can search Evernote. You can search by color, type of product, all the embellishments, as well as all the stamps.
I share my Evernote Notebook of Current Products for free. Just email me and ask! I’ll send you invitations to get Evernote, share the notebook, and join a private Facebook group.
I do apologize for the quality. My Surface (little computer) is great, but recording what is happening on the screen is challenging. The sound recording quality is really bad. I’ve added an extra microphone that helps a bit. It doesn’t make it good though. Plus it uses the one USB port so I can’t use my mouse and the microphone at the same time. Given all that, I hope the tips for searching are helpful!
If you haven’t noticed, I love Evernote! It works on just about every platform and synchronizes, so I can see my same notes on my laptop, my phone, and my tablet.
In this video I go over the views in Evernote and how you can set it up the way you like it.
Remember, you can save my notes to your notebook where you can edit them to your heart’s content. But keep connected to my notebook so you can just pick up the new products when the next catalog comes out.
I have updated my spreadsheet. It now includes products from the Holiday 2015 catalog. I added separate sheets for other markets. I have a sheet for Canada (with English and French) Europe (UK, Fr, and DE) and the South Pacific (AUS and NZD) This video shows how I can sort by price to get the most value or meet a particular budget.
I don’t speak French or German. I’ve never been to Europe or the South Pacific. There are bound to be errors. Please send corrections so I can fix them!
We all get inspiration from things we see. There are just a few projects I've shown that are CASEd (Copied and Shared Everything). Most of my cards come from a technique I've seen many places and I've made it my own in some way.
I post photos and directions so you can get inspiration. It's OK to copy them for personal use, but hopefully you will make it your own in some way. If you copy my ideas exactly, please give me credit for it. Do not sell any of my directions or organizing tools.