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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

It's Wednesday! That must mean STAMPIN' QUEENS!

Welcome to Wednesday and Stampin' Queens Sketch Day! I took a few liberties with the sketch, but I like the way it turned out!

Here's the sketch:

And here's my take on it:

You CAN see the similarities, can't you? It's not way out in left field is it?

I started off with a base of Not Quite Navy and added three strips of paper from the Well Worn pack of Designer Series Paper using some So Saffron brads along the way.

Then I stamped the long leaf from Gently Falling in Cajun Craze and Tangerine Tango. The sentiment was stamped in Cajun Craze on Very Vanilla and punched out using the Decorative Label Punch.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Gently Falling, Day of Gratitude
INK: Cajun Craze, Tangerine Tango
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, Cajun Craze and Not Quite Navy Cardstock; Well Worn DSP
ACCESSORIES: Stampin' Dimensionals, Punch, Brads

Happy Stampin'!

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

A Peek at the Stampin' Queens

Happy Tuesday!!! Tuesday is sneak peek day because the Stampin' Queens sketch goes live tomorrow - we're on week 6!

Here's my sneak peek:

You'll have to come back tomorrow for the full reveal!

Happy Stampin'

Monday, September 26, 2011

MDS Monday - It's a CONTEST!!!!

Have you seen this yet? If not, you should check it out!!! You could win LOTS of awesome MDS downloads!

My Digital Studio Contest

Sunday, September 25, 2011


Bingo Card
The Spooky Bingo Bits Set was designed to easily create a boo-tiful Bingo card. Pair this with the Bingo Card Background Stamp to scare up some fun at your next Halloween party, or to wish your friends a Happy Halloween.

2011 In Color Stampin Write Markers
Basic Black Classic Stampin' Pad
Bingo Card
Designer Series Paper Patterns Stack - Brights Collection
Cajun Craze Card Stock
Clear Stampin' Emboss Powder
Distressing Essentials
Early Espresso Classic Stampin Pad
First Edition Specialty Designer Series Paper
Lucky Limeade 8-1/2 X 11 Card Stock
Lucky Limeade Classic Stampin Pad
Basic Rhinestones Jewel Accents
Rich Razzleberry Card Stock
Rich Razzleberry Classic Stampin' Pad
Rich Razzleberry Stampin Write Marker
Scallop Trim Border Punch
Soft Suede Classic Stampin' Pad
Spooky Bingo Bits
Stampin' Dimensionals
Tangerine Tango Stampin Write Marker
Versamark Pad
Very Vanilla Card Stock

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Another Founders Circle CASE

...sort of...

On the last day of Founders Circle, the demonstrators in attendance received a most beautiful purse charm with which I absolutely fell in love. Not being in attendance myself, I didn't get one. However, I went about trying to figure out how to make my own.

Patty Bennett was ALSO there and she ALSO now knows the "Patty Bennett" story (how MORTIFYING!), but I feel like we know each other now - LOL, so when she talked about making the purse charm as a CLASS, I emailed her and asked her if she had any insight into making one since I have ZERO jewelry experience. She gave me some tips and tricks and I was on my way!

This past Thursday, I was "working" (read: looking at Founders Circle swaps, having lunch AND ice cream - PUMPKIN from Ed's Real Scoop and it's AWESOME, btw, shopping for beads, walking the get the idea) and we decided to go shopping for beads and what-not. OH. MY. GOSH. The things we found at Beadworks were A. MA. ZING. I could have got lost in there for HOURS and spent a butt load of money, but I restrained myself...of course, we're going back this week - oh geez!

We went back to the studio with beads (and tools for me!) and I couldn't wait, so I got started right away. On my way home, I stopped at a "big box" store and picked up a few more things including...are you ready for this? Inspire, Create, Share pieces - REALLY!

Here's what I ended up with:

I want to add some SU! baubles to it of course, but this is what I have so far. And off to the bottom left, that's a "C". I forgot to flip it around. Top right is one of the SU! keys that you can purchase here.

Here's a card made with the Trinket Crowns (which are also adorable!):

I have to order those and add one to my purse charm too!

And, while I was making it (and looking at the extra two words on the card with the Inspire, Create, Share - they are Wish and Believe), I was suddenly struck with the idea that I should make a bracelet for a dear friend that I visited this past Friday. She received this:

Not bad for a first try...

I do hope you enjoyed this little break from stamping! Don't worry's not like I'm giving up THAT hobby - LOL!

Friday, September 23, 2011

Something Special this way comes...

Are you ready? Come back on October 1st to see what Stampin' UP! has cooked up for the October special. If you're just getting started in stamping, you're gonna love it!

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

It's time for the Stampin' Queens!

Can you believe we're already at week 5? I'm SO happy that Cristena asked me to be on this amazing design team with all these other talented ladies!

Here's our sketch:

And here's my take on it:

My apologies for the poor photography. I still haven't replaced my camera. At this rate, I think I'll just get myself a little point and shoot. It can't POSSIBLY be any worse than my iPhone - ARGH!!!

My base is Cherry Cobbler and I distressed most of the layers. The image is stamped using a stamp in the Pines and Poinsettias set found in the Holiday Mini. I added some pearl detail, but you can't really see it because of the glare (again, my apologies).

You can check out the rest of the designers by visiting the challenge blog. And from there you can play along and create your own version of the sketch!

What do you think?

STAMPS: Pines and Poinsettias
INK: Cherry Cobbler
PAPERS: Cherry Cobbler, Early Espresso and Very Vanilla Cardstock; Early Espresso DSP
ACCESSORIES: Stampin' UP! cutter kit (to distress the edges), Punches, Seam Binding

Happy Stampin'!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Stampin' Queens Sneak Peek!

Tomorrow a new sketch pops up on the Stampin' Queens Blog. Today, you get a sneak peek of what I created.

It's just a little peek mind you...

You'll have to wait till tomorrow to see the whole thing!

Happy Stampin'!

Monday, September 19, 2011

Freshly Made Sketches - African Lion

It's week two (OK, it's ALMOST week 3) over at Freshly Made Sketches and I'm getting in JUST. UNDER. THE. WIRE. before they close the linking tool - YIKES!!!

Here's my lion for this week:

I stamped him at the same time that I stamped the Giraffe from the same set for this card while I had my hands on the set so generously lent by my Caroline.

My lion was stamped on Watercolour Paper using Staz-On ink and then coloured using the watercolour crayons and aqua painters.

He's matted on a piece of Chocolate Chip and then onto a piece of Bashful Blue before being added to the Sahara Sand Base.

What do you think? (and please forgive the poor photography!)

STAMPS: Zoo Review
INK: Staz-On
PAPERS: Sahara Sand, Chocolate Chip and Bashful Blue Cardstock; Watercolour Paper
ACCESSORIES: Watercolour crayons, Aqua Painters, Ribbon

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Updated Class Schedule

Just wanted to give everyone a head's up that my class schedule has been updated through to December.

You can either click on the "Upcoming Classes" link at the top or on the "Classes" link on the left hand side.

Come stamp with me!

Friday, September 16, 2011

Founder's Circle Case

OK, so on Facebook, I have "lists" for certain friends...scrapbooking, heart families, and my FAVOURITE list: STAMPING FREAKS!!!!  Most of my "stamping freaks" are at Founder's Circle this week and the pictures I've been seeing are just TO. DIE. FOR. The theme this year is "tea time" and everything is very vintage - I love it! It's a good thing I can live vicariously through all my friends!

Today, the "chosen ones" (heehee!) get to see a live performance of the Little Mermaid in a canyon setting (can you IMAGINE?), so last night for pillow gifts they got a bucket of popcorn, a bunch of typical theatre type candy and this card (this is my version):

I just HAD to CASE it!!! I'm pretty sure I got all the colours right (at least I hope I did!). I used Real Red, Tempting Turquoise, Daffodil Delight and Whisper White.

I stamped the sentiment twice, once in Tempting Turquoise (punched with the large oval) and again in Real Red (punched with the scalloped oval). I matted it all on a piece of Real Red that I cut out using the Movers and Shapers Die and the Punch Windows. The Punch Windows are GREAT because they allow you to mat punches that don't have a larger size, like the scalloped oval that I used.  There's also a Modern Label Punch, a Heart and a Star in the set.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Oval All
INKS: Tempting Turquoise, Real Red
PAPERS: Whisper White, Real Red, Daffodil Delight and Tempting Turquoise Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Movers and Shapers Die, Punch Windows, Triple Layer Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Basic Rhinestones

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

A different kind of watercolour using Gently Falling

So, I FINALLY got to play with my pre-order last week after the kids went back to school. How has it been for you? I tell you...I am LOVING my quiet days!!

So, it's Stampin' Queens Sketch Day again and I used the sketch to create this:

To start off, I was inspired by one of the other Stampin' Queens cards as well as the sketch. I liked the centre panel and I wanted to do something similar, but I wanted to use Gently Falling. I took out my watercolour paper and spritzed it with water BEFORE stamping - you can see that I spritzed in some spots more than others - LOL! I think it's kind of a neat effect, don't you?

I used Soft Suede, River Rock, Pear Pizzazz and Pool Party which are the colours that are Spice Cake DSP.

As you can see, I went just little nuts with the paper piercer. Heehee!!

OK, for the measurements:
  • Card Base - 8 1/2 x 5 1/2", scored at 4 1/4"
  • Next layer up - Pool Party Cardstock, cut to 4 1/8 x 5 3/8"
  • Next layer up - Spice Cake DSP, cut to 4 x 5 1/4"
  • Soft Suede Panels - 2 x 3" (they meet in the middle, but you can't tell)
  • Main Image Panel - 2 3/4 x 4", matted with a piece of 2 7/8" x 4 1/8" Pool Party
  • Pear Pizzazz Piece - 1 1/2 x 3" with rounded corners
THAT BUTTON!!!! Ok, I don't know if you've seen the Spice Cake Buttons in the Holiday Mini Catalog, but OH. MY. GOODNESS. They are big enough to mat a sentiment - REALLY!! The piece of Very Vanilla Cardstock was stamped using a sentiment from "A Word for You", then punched using the 1 1/4" circle punch.  It fits just nicely in the middle of the button!

I used a length of Pool Party ruffled ribbon to add extra interest, but I could have also used a length of Spice Cake fabric.

Here's the sketch for this week, if you'd like to give it a try:

What do you think?

INK: Soft Suede, River Rock, Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, Soft Suede, Pear Pizzazz and Pool Party Cardstock; Spice Cake DSP; Watercolour Paper
ACCESSORIES: Water Spritz Bottle, Spice Cake Designer Series Buttons, Punches, Ribbon, Mat Pack and Paper Piercer, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Freshly Made Sketches - Have a Seat

There's ANOTHER new sketch blog in town! As many of you already know, a few short weeks ago, I began on the design team for the Stampin' Queens, headed up by the lovely and talented Cristena Bagne. I'm having SO much fun playing with the Stampin' Queens and continue to post my cards (along with the sketch) every Wednesday.

The other day, I was browsing around the internet (no, REALLY? LOL!) and came across Freshly Made Sketches. The premise behind this new sketch blog is that the designs be "clean", though not necessarily "simple". So, no shabby chic, no distressing, no spritzer-tooling (is that even a WORD?) get the idea.

Of course, I had to try my hand at it and this is the card I designed:

I started off with an Early Espresso Base and then added layers of Cajun Craze and Well Worn Designer Series Paper.

My hubby says that his first thought when he saw the card was that it looked like an electric chair...that man has a pretty sick sense of humour - LOL!

I stamped the image using my "Have A Seat" set and Soft Suede Ink. My embellishment is one of the new SUPER HUGE Spice Cake Buttons found in the Holiday Mini. I used one in my upcoming card for the Stampin' Queens (this Wednesday), so you'll have to come back and see it then.

Here's the actual sketch if you'd like to try it too:

What do you think?

STAMPS: Have A Seat, Best Dad Ever (sentiment)
INK: Soft Suede
PAPER: Very Vanilla, Early Espresso and Cajun Craze Cardstock; Well Worn DSP
ACCESSORIES: Buttons, Ribbon, Marker (for doodling) and Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Stamping with the Operators at Stamping 411

After mailing out my September cards of the month to my team a little late (OOPS!), I decided I better get started on my October cards and at least TRY to remember to send them out on time - LOL!

I had some paper picked out (Spice Cake) and card bases (Pool Party), but I didn't know in which direction I wanted to go, so I just left it for a couple of days.

Then yesterday, I was on Facebook and Tiffany Bauer posted the sketch for today's Stamping 411 and I had one of those "a-ha" moments where you go, "A-HA! That's it! I know just what to do!" And I came up with this:

And aren't you lucky...because once again, YOU get to see the card that only my team usually gets to see on a monthly basis!

So...I started off with a Pool Party base and some Spice Cake Designer Series Paper. I was just going to put the DSP on the card base, but then decided to add a layer of Very Vanilla and I think that was just the trick!

A piece of Early Espresso (even though it LOOKS black) for contrast on the bottom and some Pool Party Ruffled Ribbon to hide the seam was JUST the ticket!

The image panel was cut to 2 1/2 x 3 1/2" (Very Vanilla) and the DSP was cut to 2 3/8 x 3 3/8". I added a 2 3/8" scalloped circle punch under the two leaves which I HAND CUT (yes, I'm that awesome - heehee!).

The sentiment was stamped in Soft Suede on Very Vanilla and punched with the word window punch. It was matted on a piece of Early Espresso punched with the Modern Label Punch.

What do you think??

STAMPS: Gently Falling, Teeny Tiny Wishes
INK: Soft Suede, More Mustard
PAPER: Very Vanilla and Pool Party Cardstock; Early Espresso Textured Cardstock; Spice Cake DSP
ACCESSORIES: Punches, Stampin' Dimensionals, Ribbon

Happy Stampin'!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

3-D Thursday - Too cute for words!

Combine your two loves - CHOCOLATE and STAMPING! - when you make these adorable little gift boxes. These little nuggets should be making their appearance in bulk stores soon, but I have it on good authority (read: I checked!) that you can get them in the bulk section already in certain Loblaws stores.

The It's a Wrap Occasions and It's a Wrap Holidays are interchangeable and give you so many options! Choose from any one of our Textured Impressions Embossing Folders to add a little punch to your box!

It's A Wrap Occasions

Blushing Bride 8-1/2X11 Card Stock
Cherry Cobbler 12 X 12 Smooth Card Stock
Island Indigo 8-1/2 X 11 Card Stock
Lucky Limeade 8-1/2 X 11 Card Stock
More Mustard 12 X 12 Smooth Card Stock
Pool Party 8-1/2 X 11 Card Stock
Soft Suede 12 X 12 Smooth Card Stock
Whisper White 12 X 12 Smooth Card Stock

2010 In Color Stampin Write Markers
2011 In Color Stampin Write Markers
Cherry Cobbler Stampin Write Marker
So Saffron Classic Stampin' Pad
Soft Suede Stampin Write Marker

Printed 2010 In Color Designer Brads
Big Shot Die-Cut Machine
Houndstooth Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die
Matchbox Stampin' Up! Bigz Xl Die
Neutrals 5/16 Inch Brads
Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die
Petals-A-Plenty Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die
Square Lattice Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die
Stripes Textured Impressions Embossing Folder Die
Vintage Wallpaper Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

It's time for another Stampin' Queen's Sketch!

Happy Wednesday my friends! It's time for another Stampin' Queens Sketch!

Here it is:

This one gave a me a little bit of trouble, but through perseverance (and consulting DH), I think I'm happy with it.

Here's my first try:

I just didn't know what was wrong (or what was bugging me), so I consulted DH and he said, "Everything is long, it needs another angle".

So I did this:

And while I don't think it's my BEST work, I'm certainly happier with it!

Which one do you prefer?

The focal image is watercoloured (of course! LOL!) using the Watercolour Crayons and Aqua Painters. The image is from Zoo Review, which I borrowed from my upline. She earned it for FREE as part of her rewards for recruiting and first level promotions during 2010-2011. I love that Stampin' UP! rewards us with this awesome goodness!!

STAMPS: Zoo Review
INK: Staz-On
PAPER: Bashful Blue, Certainly Celery, Early Espresso; Watercolour Paper
ACCESSORIES: Watercolour Crayons, Aqua Painters, Twill, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Saturday, September 3, 2011

More Holiday Mini Info:
Don't have a paper copy and want to see it right now?  You can click on the picture of it below to view it online…
So, what’s in it? LOTS of amazing products including:
  • The brand new and fabulous Simply Scored Scoring Tool – YAY!!!
  • Holiday themed Stamp Sets & a limited edition new Hostess Set
  • Quilted Satin & luxurious Velvet Ribbons
  • the new Snow Burst Embossing Folder
  • an adorable Stocking Punch & co-ordinating Stamp Set
  • a Die & Stamp Set for making an Advent Calendar
  • adorable Jingle Bells & Stitched Felt embellishments
  • a fun Stocking Holiday Bigz Die
  • Mica Flakes & Shaker Frames
  • Glitter Glue in a squeezable format
  • Stunning Silver Glimmer Paper
  • new Designer Series Paper packs themed for Thanksgiving & Winter
  • Designer Fabric & Buttons
  • A Card Keeper – that you get to decorate – it makes a great gift
  • Gift Boxes, an Album, a Simply Scrappin’ Kit, Pewter Embossing Powder…and much  more!!!
And guess what my favorite new product is? You're right! It's that FABULOUS new SIMPLY SCORED SCORING TOOL – You're going to love it too!!
Here it is – can you see what sets it apart from others on the market?
Here are a few amazing features that sets it apart:
  • It has GROOVES EVERY 1/8″ – meaning you don’t have to keep taking your cardstock out of your score tool and measure with your ruler where you need to score
  • It has an OPEN SIDE ON THE RIGHT making it easy to fit in papers that are larger than 12″ – this also allows you to easily remove your cardstock
  • It has MOVEABLE PLACE MARKERS!  And I love them!  You simply pop the markers into the holes to mark where you are needing to score – this is fabulous for when you are making more than one item
  • It has a METAL STYLUS which is double-ended so you are guaranteed to get nice crisp score lines – and unlike other brands, you never need to replace it because it is metal and will not wear down!
Here is that stylus – it has a non-slip grip in the center and also has a storage spot at the bottom of the score board:
And another thing I love is that you can purchase extra Place Markers – they come in a pack of 6 for just $3.50 and this is what they look like:
The Scoring Tool has a storage flap at the top where you can store these extra markers…
Want a FREE copy of the new Holiday Mini?  Just email me using the link on the left and I'll send one right off to you (Canadian mailing addresses only!)

Friday, September 2, 2011

What's happening in September??

The kids are back in school - or will be soon - so here are some fun reasons to stamp in September! (thanks to Jane for this EXTENSIVE list!)

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Month
AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Month
Baby Safety Month
Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month
Better Breakfast Month
Cable TV Month
Children's Eye Health and Safety Month
Children’s Good Manners Month
Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
Chili Peppers and Figs Month
Classical Music Month
College Savings Month
Ethnic Foods Month
Fall Hat Month
Fruits and Veggies More Matters Month
Go Wild During California Wild Rice Month
Great American Low-Cholesterol, Low-Fat Pizza Month
Gynecology Cancer Awareness Month
Happy Cat Month
Healthy Aging Month
International Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness Month
International People Skills Month
International Self-Awareness Month
International Square Dancing Month
International Strategic Thinking Month
Jazz Month
Leukemia & Lymphoma Awareness Month
Library Card Sign-Up Month
Marriage Health Month
Million Minute Family Challenge
Mold Awareness Month
National Alcohol & Drug Addiction Recovery Month
National Apple Month
National Backpack Safety Month
National Bed Check Month
National Blueberry Popsicle Month
National Chicken Month
National Childhood Injury Prevention Month
National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
National Cholesterol Education Month
National Coupon Month
National Courtesy Month
National DNA, Geonomics, and Stem Cell Education Month
National Food Safety Education Month
National Fruit and Veggies Month
National Head Lice Prevention Month
National Hispanic Heritage Month
National Honey Month
National Little League Month
National Menopause Awareness Month
National Mind Mapping Month
National Mushroom Month
National Organic Harvest Month
National Osteopathic Medicine Month
National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
National Papaya Month
National Pediculosis Prevention Month
National Piano Month
National Preparedness Month
National Prime Beef Month
National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
National Rice Month
National School Success Month
National Sewing Month
National Sickle Cell Awareness Month
National Skin Care Awareness Month
National Yoga Awareness Month
One-on-One Month
Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Peas and Radishes Month
Pleasure Your Mate Month
Read-A-New-Book Month
Reunion Planning Month
Reyes Syndrome Awareness Month
Sea Cadet Month
Schoolhouse Triangle Project Month
Self-Improvement Month
Shameless Promotion Month
Sports and Home Eye Safety Month
Subliminal Communications Month
Update Your Resume Month
Whole Grains Month
Women of Achievement Month
Women’s Friendship Month
World Animal Remembrance Month
1st Week
Child Injury Prevention Week
International Enthusiasm Week
Self University Week
2nd Week
International Housekeepers Week
National Payroll Week
National Suicide Prevention Week
National Waffle Week
Play Days
Popeye Week
3rd Week
Balance Awareness Week
Constitution Week
Line Dance Week
National Assisted Living Week
National Child Care Week
National Farm Animals Awareness Week
National Flower Week
National Singles Week
Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week
4th Week
American Massage Therapy Week
Build a Better Image Week
Deaf Awareness Week
Equal Parents' Week
JRR Tolkien Week
National Adult Immunization Week
National Clean Hands Week
National Dog Week
National Farm & Ranch Safety and Health Week
National Love Your Files Week
National Rehabilitations Week
National Roller Skating Week
National Singles Week
Pollution Prevention Week
Prostate Cancer Awareness Week
Turn Off Your TV Week
5th Week
Banned Books Week
Fall Astronomy Week
Great American Beer Week
National Chimney Safety Week
National Keep Kids Creative Week
Remember to Register to Vote Week
September 1st
Building and Code Staff Appreciation Day
Calendar Adjustment Day
Chicken Boy’s Day
Edgar Rice Burrough’s Birthday (1875)
Estee Lauder’s Birthday (1908)
Johann Pachelbel’s Birthday (1653)
Mary Had A Little Lamb Published (1830)
National No Rhyme (Nor Reason) Day
Padma Lakshmi’s Birthday (1970)
Rich Tips Test Day
Yvonne de Carlo’s Birthday (1922)
September 2nd
First ATM (1969)
Great Fire of London (1666)
National Beheading Day
National Blueberry Popsicle Day
National Lazy Mom’s Day
Salma Hayek’s Birthday (1966)
US Treasury Established (1789)
V-J Day
September 3rd
Bathtub Race Day
First Professional Football Game (1895)
Great Fire of London (1666)
Sarah Orne Jewett’s Birthday (1849)
Skyscraper Day
Treaty of Paris Signed (1783)
Waffle Day
September 4th
Great Fire of London (1666)
International Drive Your Studebaker Day
Island of Manhattan Discovered (1609)
Newspaper Carrier Day
Oatmeal Day
Paul Harvey’s Birthday (1918)
Peter Rabbit’s Birthday (1893)
Richard Wright’s Birthday (1908)
Syd Hoff’s Birthday (1912)
September 5th
Be Late for Something Day
Bob Newhart’s Birthday (1929)
Cathy Guisewite’s Birthday (1960)
1st Continental Congress Assembled (1774)
Great Fire of London (1666)
Labor Day
National Cheese Pizza Day
September 6th
Another Look Unlimited Day
Do-It Day (Fight Procrastination)
Great Fire of London (1666)
Jane Curtain’s Birthday (1947)
Read a Book Day
September 7th
Al McGuire’s Birthday (1931)
Ann Beattie’s Birthday (1947)
Chrissie Hynde’s Birthday (1951)
Google Commemoration Day
Grandma Moses Day
International Angel Day
Julie Kavner’s Birthday (1951)
National Feel the Love Day
Neither Rain Nor Snow Day
Queen Elizabeth I’s Birthday (1533)
Responsible Dog Ownership Day
Salami Day
September 8th
Antonio Dvorak’s Birthday (1841)
Bald is Beautiful Day
International Literacy Day
Jack Prelutsky’s Birthday (1940)
King Richard I’s Birthday (1157)
National Date Nut Bread
Pardon Day
Patsy Cline’s Birthday (1932)
Potato Day
Prairie Day
Rosh Hashanah
Virgin Mary Day
World Physical Therapy Day
September 9th
Hugh Grant’s Birthday (1960)
Leo Tolstoy’s Birthday (1828)
Mario Batali’s Birthday (1960)
Stand Up to Cancer Day
Teddy Bear Day
United Colonies renamed United States (1776)
Wonderful Weirdos Day
September 10th
Bill O’Reilly’s Birthday (1949)
Chris Columbus’ Birthday (1958)
Colin Firth’s Birthday (1960)
Farmers’ Consumer Awareness Day
Karl Lagerfeld's Birthday (1938)
National Lacemaking Day
Sewing Machine Patented (1846)
Swap Ideas Day
T.V. Dinner Day
World Suicide Prevention Day
September 11th
Creation of the Internet (1969)
D.H. Lawrence’s Birthday (1885)
Harry Connick’s Birthday (1967)
Libraries Remember Day
Make Your Bed Day
National Grandparent’s Day
No News is Good News Day
O Henry’s Birthday (1862)
Patriot Day – World Trade Center Remembrance Day
Remember Freedom Day
Tenth Anniversary of 9/11
September 12th
Alfred A. Knopf’s Birthday (1892)
Harvest Moon
Maurice Chevalier’s Birthday (1888)
Mushroom Days
National Boss/Employee Exchange Day
National Chocolate Milk Shake Day
Popcorn Day
Video Games Day
September 13th
Claudette Colbert’s Birthday (1903)
Defy Superstition Day
Else Minarik’s Birthday (1920)
Fortune Cookie Day
International Chocolate Day
Milton Hershey’s Birthday (1857)
National Celiac Awareness Day
National Peanut Day
National Urban Eden Day
Positive Thinking Day
Roald Dahl’s Birthday (1916)
Scooby Doo's Birthday (First cartoon debuted)
Stella McCartney's Birthday (1971)
Uncle Same Day
Walter Reed’s Birthday (1851)
September 14th
Clayton Moore's Birthday (1914)
First Department Store Opens (Opened in 1848 by Alexander Stewart)
Johann Michael Hayden (1737)
National Cream-Filled Doughnut Day
Robert McCloskey’s Birthday (1914)
Star-Spangled Banner Written (1814)
September 15th
Agatha Christie’s Birthday (1890)
America’s Day for Kids
Felt Hat Day
Greenpeace Day
James Fenimore Cooper’s Birthday (1789)
Make A Hat Day
National Hispanic Heritage Month (Begins September 15 and ends October 15)
National School Backpack Awareness Day
Penicillin Discovered by Alexander Fleming (1928)
Robert McCloskey’s Birthday (1914)
Tomie de Paola’s Birthday (1934)
Tommy Lee Jones’ Birthday (1946)
UN International Day of Democracy
September 16th
Anne Bradstreet Day
Beer Day
Collect Rocks Day
Constitution Day
H.A. Rey’s Birthday (1898)
John Knowles’ Birthday (1926)
Mayflower Day
National Play-Doh Day
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
National Stepfamily Day
National Working Parents Day
Robin Yount’s Birthday (1955)
Take a Loved One to the Doctor Day
Trail of Tears Commemoration Day
Women’s Friendship Day
September 17th
Anne Bancroft’s Birthday (1931)
Big Whopper Liar Day
Citizenship Day/Constitution Day
International Eat-An-Apple Day
International Coastal Cleanup Day
Ladies Auxiliary VFW Organized (1914)
John Ritter’s Birthday (1948)
National Apple Dumpling Day
National Women Road Warrior Day
Pledge Across America Day
William Carlos Williams’ Birthday (1883)
September 18th
Agnes de Mille’s Birthday (1905)
Air Force Birthday (1947)
Carter Oosterhouse’s Birthday (1976)
Chiropractor’s Day
First Edition of the New York Times Published (1851)
Hug a Greeting Card Writer Day
James Gandolfini’s Birthday (1961)
Jimmy Fallon’s Birthday (1974)
June Foray’s Birthday (1920)
Mushroom Picking Day
National Aging Awareness Day
National Cheeseburger Day
National Respect Day
National Seat Check Saturday
Puppy Mill Awareness Day
VFW Ladies Auxiliary Day
Wife Appreciation Day
World Water Monitoring Day
September 19th
International Talk Like a Pirate Day
National Butterscotch Pudding Day
National Dog Ownership Day
National Women’s Friendship Day
Oktoberfest Begins
September 20th
America’s Day for Kids
Carter Osterhouse’s Birthday (1976)
First Railroad Station Opened
International Women’s E Commerce Day
National Punch Day
National Women Road Warrior Day
Sophia Loren’s Birthday (1934)
Upton Sinclair’s Birthday (1878)
September 21st
Bill Murray’s Birthday (1950)
H.G. Wells’ Birthday (1866)
International Banana Festival
Miniature Golf Day
Rob Morrow’s Birthday (1962)
Tiffany’s Founded (1837)
Women’s Friendship Day
World Alzheimer’s Day
World Gratitude Day
September 22nd
American Business Women’s Day
Andrea Bocelli’s Birthday (1958)
Autumn Equinox
Band-Aid Invented (1920)
Dear Diary Day
Elephant Appreciation Day
Hobbit Day
Ice Cream Cone Invented (1903)
International Day of Peace
National Centenarian’s Day
National Hunting and Fishing Day
National White Chocolate Day
Tom Felton’s Birthday (1987)
U.S. Post Office Opened (1789)
September 23rd
Bruce Springsteen’s Birthday (1949)
Dogs in Politics Day
Checkers Day
Earth Over Shoot Day
Euripedes’ Birthday (480 BC)
Good Neighbor Day
Great American Pot Pie Day
Hug a Vegetarian Day
Love Note Day
Ray Charles’ Birthday (1930)
Restless Legs Awareness Day
September 24th
Beer Days
Boys and Girls Club for Kids Day
F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Birthday (1896)
Festival of Latest Novelties
First Toy Store Opened
Fish Amnesty Day
Jim Henson’s Birthday (1936)
National Cherries Jubilee Day
National Family Health & Fitness Day
National Hunting and Fishing Day
National Bluebird of Happiness Day
National Public Lands Day
National Punctuation Day
Native American Day
R.E.A.D. in America Day
September 25th
Aida Turturro’s Birthday (1962)
Gold Star Mother’s Day
Mary Poppins Debuted in 1964
National Comic Book Day
National Museum Day
National One-Hit Wonder Day
Shel Silverstein’s Birthday (1930)
William Faulkner’s Birthday (1897)
September 26th
Dog Scouts of America Day
Family Day – A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children
George Gershwin’s Birthday (1898)
International Rabbit Day
Ivan Pavlov’s Birthday (1849)
Jane Smiley’s Birthday (1949)
Johnny Appleseed's Birthday (John Chapman born in 1774.)
National Pancake Day
Shamu the Whale Day
T.S. Eliot’s Birthday (1888)
World Maritime Day
September 27th
Ancestor Appreciation Day
Answering Machine Patented (1950)
Crush A Can Day
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Birthday (1972)
Meat Loaf’s Birthday (1947)
Samuel Adams’ Birthday (1722)
Thomas Nast’s Birthday (1840)
World Tourism Day
September 28th
Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival (Also called the Moon Festival)
Ed Sullivan’s Birthday (1901)
First Airport Opened
Fish Tank Floorshow Night
Michelangelo’s Birthday (1573)
National Good Neighbor Day
World Rabies Day
September 29th
Confucius Day
Feast of Michelmas
Greer Garson’s Birthday (1904)
Miguel de Cervantes’ Birthday (1547)
National Attend Your Grandchild’s Birth Day
National Coffee Day
National Women’s Health and Fitness Day
Poisoned Blackberries Day
Rosh Hashanah
Scotland Yard formed in London (1829)
U.S. Army Established (1789)
September 30th
Ask a Stupid Question Day
Barry Williams’ Birthday (1954)
Blasphemy Day
Deborah Kerr’s Birthday (1921)
Fran Drescher’s Birthday (1957)
Gold Star Mother’s Day
Johnny Mathis’ Birthday (1935)
National Mud Pack Day
Safety Pin Invented
Truman Capote‘s Birthday (1924)
World Heart Day