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Wednesday, December 23, 2015


Today's sketch will let you go back to your childhood and let you play a game of Tic-Tac-Toe! How fun is THAT??

What would YOU choose? Since there's still a couple of days till Christmas, I decided to go with the middle line - Winter Theme, Your Favourite Holiday Colour, Stripes.

I took a little bit of liberty with the "stripes", but I figured since the words were in a straight line, it would work - LOL! And my favourite holiday colour is blue. Who remembers scrapbooking when you picked the outfits your children would wear based on the colour of the papers you bought??

I created this card for my Christmas Boot Camp Class back in November. During that class we created 17 (!!!) cards and this was one of them. I CASEd (Copy And Share Everything) it from the Stampin' UP! Holiday Catalogue and made it my own. In the catalogue, the designer used one of our note cards (these are available in both Whisper White and Crumb Cake) and I stepped it up a bit by using a standard size card and adding a few more layers.

The little snowmen are SO much fun! And don't worry! If you haven't ordered them yet, there's STILL time! And, they'll be available through the spring as well as they're on the inside back page of the Occasions Catalogue. Did you get yours yet?

That's all for now! You can check out the rest of the crew here.

And if I don't speak to you between now and Friday - 

What do you think?

STAMPS: Snow Friends
INK: Basic Black, Island Indigo, Garden Green, Real Red, Soft Suede
PAPERS: Pool Party, Crumb Cake and Whisper White Cardstock; Home for Christmas DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Dies, Markers, Stampin' Dimensionals, Fine Tip Glue Pen

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Let it SNOW!

OH. MY. GOSH. If you thought the snowmen from a few weeks ago were cute, this adorable little penguin will do you in for SURE! Another Paper Crafts Crew Sketch was just the ticket for this little guy.

We started off with a base of Smoky Slate and added a strip of the polka dot DSP from the Neutrals Paper Stack. That was followed by layers of varying sizes in Night of Navy, Smoky Slate and Whisper White.

The (completely adorable) penguin was stamped in Basic Black and his little feet and beak were coloured in using the Pumpkin Pie Marker. His hat was stamped in Real Read and a touch of glitter was added using Dazzling Details.

You can check out the rest of the crew here.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Snow Place
INK: Basic Black, Real Red, Versamark
PAPERS: Smoky Slate, Night of Navy and Whisper White Cardstock; Neutrals DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Die Cuts, Markers, Dazzling Details, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, December 9, 2015


Recently, I got together with 250 of my closest friends *wink* at a Stampin' UP! event known as "On Stage". There we learned about new stamps and new products, got a sneak peek at the upcoming Occasions Catalogue - I can't WAIT to show you - and got to play with some new toys tools that Stampin' UP! is introducing with the new catalogue.

One of the new stamp sets that I just know you're going to LOVE is Grateful Bunch. Check this out!

Paper Crafts Crew

GDP 002

I started off the Paper Crafts Crew sketch and then went over to the GDP blog to see what was up over there. In a really strange coincidence, the sketch was almost the same except flipped - pretty cool!

So I used the same set and the same colours for both cards. It's not a TOTALLY different look, but you can see the differences in using different sketches.

The flowers are all fussy cut, but you'll be pleased to know that all the smaller flowers have a coordinating punch that you can use  (I didn't have it when I created the card, but I do now *grin*).

And oh my gosh! Can I just say I can't believe how long it took me to order the GORGEOUS Farmers Market Designer Series Paper? If you don't have it yet, you SERIOUSLY need to order it! The colours are so rich and vibrant - it'll be the perfect addition to all your spring cards.

That's it for today! You can check out the rest of the crew here.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Grateful Bunch
INK: Blackberry Bliss and Mossy Meadow
PAPERS: Very Vanilla and Blackberry Bliss Cardstock; Farmers Market DSP
ACCESSORIES: Banner Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals, Basic Rhinestones, Fine Tip Glue Pen

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, December 4, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Tomorrow is class day! It's also the first day of Fair December, so it should be exciting! I'll help my daughter set up at the Fair in the morning and then spend a couple of hours with her, then it's home for an afternoon class and Team Meeting - PHEW! I just wore myself out thinking about it!!

If you're still counting (and haven't fainted dead away just thinking about it!), there's only 21 days till Christmas! That's right - a mere THREE weeks! Are you ready??

Today's card is another quick and easy one (because you KNOW you've got a last minute party that's going to come up and you're GOING to NEED a card!) and should have you ready to go in under 10 minutes!

You'll start off with a base of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock. Before you add your Old Olive layer, you'll adhere the Designer Series Papers from Season of Cheer and Merry Moments at an angle and then snip them off so they're the right length. Doing this AFTER they're stuck down takes the guesswork out of it and doesn't leave you wondering if you've trimmed the pieces too short.

Your trees will be stamped in Old Olive Ink onto Old Olive Cardstock (using the tree image from Lots of Joy) and punched out using the Tree Punch found in the annual catalogue. One tree was adhered with SNAIL and the second was adhered using Stampin' Dimensionals.

The sentiment was stamped using Cherry Cobbler Ink and the whole image/sentiment panel was adhered to the card front using Stampin' Dimensionals.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Lots of Joy
INK: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive
PAPERS: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive and Whisper White Cardstock; Merry Moments and Season of Cheer DSP
ACCESSORIES: Tree Punch, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, November 27, 2015


Recently, Stampin' UP! announced that there would now be retiring lists for each of the catalogues throughout the year. As a demonstrator, this is great news as it allows me to sell off retired product immediately without having to wait a year for the next same catalogue to be published. As a stamper who loves her stuff, I'm sad.

The Happy Scenes Set is retiring. :( The GOOD news is that the Hearth and Home Thinlits Dies will continue to be available through the Occasions Catalogue and you're just going to LOVE the new set that goes with it! Yes, I've seen it. No, I can't show you. Sorry. can either bundle it now and have a stamp set that you can use all year...or bundle it on January 5th, 2016 and have an equally amazing set to play with. SO many options!

Today's card (which we'll also be doing in class on Dec. 5th), started off with a base of Cherry Cobbler Cardstock. I added a layer of Very Vanilla and then a layer of Home for Christmas Designer Series Paper. Banners were created using Cherry Cobbler and Mossy Meadow Cardstock.

I created a tag using Very Vanilla Cardstock and stamped the tree image from Happy Scenes using Mossy Meadow Ink. The "Noel" was stamped in Cherry Cobbler Ink. I added a length of Natural Chevron Ribbon which was tied with a piece of Linen Thread. The tag was then attached to the front of the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.

The finishing touch was two Home for Christmas Enamel Dots.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Happy Scenes
INK: Mossy Meadow and Cherry Cobbler
PAPERS: Cherry Cobbler, Mossy Meadow and Very Vanilla Cardstock; Home for Christmas DSP
ACCESSORIES: Ribbon, Linen Thread, Enamel Dots, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

On a recent trip around the internet...

You know how that happens, right? You start off in your email and then a link takes you to a blog and then that blog takes you to Pinterest and then Pinterest takes you to another blog and then...well, you know how it goes!

So...on a recent trip around the internet, I discovered a new challenge blog called the Global Design Project. They're on week #11, but I decided to go back to week #1 for the colours I used on today's card. The colours were: Smoky Slate, So Saffron and Pink Pirouette.

So Saffron and Pink Pirouette always make me think of baby cards, so that's the direction I took. How to incorporate Smoky Slate though? Stamp it off, of course! You can *barely* see it behind the sentiment on the tag (I stamped off twice) and on the hangers (I stamped off once). It's soft and muted and goes perfectly with the other two colours!

I started off with a So Saffron base and added a layer of Very Vanilla. Then I cut a piece of Pink Pirouette and ran it through the Big Shot using the Softly Falling Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, which you'll be pleased to know is NOT retiring from the Holiday Catalogue and is in fact featured on pages 8-9 of the Occasions Catalogue.

The label on the front started out being a Christmas tag for my upcoming class on Dec. 5th, but I just didn't like the way it was coming I repurposed it and am THRILLED with the result! The corners and ribbon slots were punched with the Curvy Trio Corner Punch, which will also be returning in the Occasions Catalogue.

I stamped the little onesies in So Saffron and Pink Pirouette and cut them (along with the hangers) using the matching die set and my Big Shot. You can purchase the Baby Bundle HERE and save 15% through our bundle and save opportunity.

You can check out the rest of the crew here.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Something for Baby. Petite Pairs
INK: Smoky Slate, So Saffron, Pink Pirouette
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, So Saffron and Pink Pirouette Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Dies, Punch, Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Get your shop on!

Here we go!!
Click on the image above and it will take you to the list of sale items that will be available at up to 50% off during the
Online Extravaganza!

Saturday, November 21, 2015

Get those fingers ready to FLY!!

Are you ready for this??

It's time for the Stampin' UP! Online Extravaganza!

It happens once a year and it starts this Monday, November 23rd, 2015

There will be a ONE DAY sale on Monday (these items will only be available at the discounted price on Monday) and ANOTHER ONE DAY sale on the following Monday, November 30th.

There is a LIMITED QUANTITY of each item available at the sale price, so you'll want to figure out what you want and order it ASAP.

I'll post the list of what will be available in TOMORROW'S blog post, so get your pen and paper ready.

When placing your online order, be sure to use hostess code: KG6JCVP9 in order to be eligible for FREE STUFF!

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, November 20, 2015

It's a MOJO kinda day!

Well...actually, it was a MOJO kinda day on Monday which is what got me started creating all the Christmas cards for my upcoming class on Saturday December 5th (you're coming, right?), but I had some other awesomeness to put up first. So...this had to wait till today.

And, if you're keeping track...only 35 more days till Christmas. That's just five pressure!

Today's card is quick and easy. so you should be able to whip up a batch of them in no time flat. Especially if you take advantage of my "cut to size" offer when you purchase your card making supplies from me. That's right! When you purchase everything you need to create one of the cards I've featured, I'll personally cut all the pieces to the required sizes. All you'll have to do is stamp and assemble.

You'll start off with a base of Old Olive Cardstock and add a layer of Designer Series Paper from the Merry Moment Pack (which, unlike the paper on Wednesday's card, should be available until April of 2016). The next layer is Real Red Cardstock and the "tag" was created using a different DSP from the same Merry Moments Pack.

Then I punched a 2 ½" circle and adhered the word "merry" which I cut using the Christmas Greetings dies. I then stamped the rest of the sentiment using the Holly Jolly Greetings Stamp Set. These two items can be paired together and purchased as a BUNDLE for a savings of 15%.

The circle was adhered to the front of the card using Stampin' Dimensionals.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Holly Jolly Greetings
INK: Old Olive
PAPERS: Old Olive, Real Red and Whisper White Cardstock; Merry Moments DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Die, Stamp-a-majig, Ribbon, Hand Held Stapler, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, November 18, 2015


Good morning and Happy Wednesday! If you're checking the calendar, there's only 37 more days till Christmas! YIKES!

Today's card is NOT a Christmas card (there'll be one later this week), but it's what I like to call a WYSIWYG card - which basically means I use whatever supplies are in my immediate reach to create.

Check it out:

Since I was working on Christmas cards, this card is a Real Red Base with a layer of Designer Series Paper from the Season of Cheer Pack currently available in the Holiday Catalogue (but ONLY while quantities last!) and the Bohemian Borders Stamp Set available in the annual 2015-2016 Catalogue. I also used the Crazy for You Stamp Set and Dies (again, in the annual catalogue).

Old Olive was used for stamping the sentiment and it was used along with Island Indigo and Real Red to stamp the border images.

I ran the "Thanks" sentiment through the Big Shot and adhered it with our new (and simply AMAZING) fine tip glue pen.

You can check out the rest of the crew here.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Bohemian Borders, Crazy for You
INK: Real Red, Old Olive and Island Indigo
PAPERS: Real Red, Old Olive and Whisper White Cardstock; Season of Cheer DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Dies, Fine Tip Glue Pen

Happy Stampin'!

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Weekly Deals!

Get a jump start on your last minute Christmas gifts/cards with this week's deals. Click HERE to start shopping now and be sure to use Hostess Code: KG6JCVP9 before checking out to be eligible to win an exclusive never before seen Stampin' UP! set or a $25 voucher towards your next order of $75 or more.

Monday, November 16, 2015

So long...farewell....

There's a new retiring list in town!

That's right! There's a new retiring list for the Holiday Catalogue! Stamps will continue to be produced until December 28th, 2015 (then when stock runs out, they're GONE!) and tools & accessories will ONLY be available while quantities last. Hop online to place your order HERE and be sure to use HOSTESS CODE: KG6JCVP9 for a chance to win a NEVER BEFORE SEEN stamp set (appearing in the Occasions Catalogue) or a $25 voucher for your NEXT order of $75. Don't miss out! Once it's gone, it's 

Wednesday, November 11, 2015


If you were at class this past weekend, you got to create this adorable card. If you weren't, you get to see it today! I created this card based on the sketch over at the Paper Crafts Crew.

I just love, love, LOVE the Snow Place Stamp Set and coordinating Snow Friends Framelits. When I first saw it in the Holiday Catalogue, I just KNEW I had to have it. It was the VERY FIRST thing I ordered!

Today's card features the Snow Place bundle and Designer Series Papers from the Season of Cheer DSP Pack.

Our adorable snowman was stamped using the NEW Basic Black Archival Ink. If you've been waiting for a TRUE black that performs beautifully on any of our paper surfaces, then THIS is the ink for you! I've already tested it out on watercolour paper and it doesn't run, no matter how much you saturate the paper. It's perfect for colouring with our markers too. It's available in Holiday Catalogue right now!

To add some contrast between the Whisper White circle and the Whisper White background, we sponged on some Soft Sky Ink.

I hope you like this quick and easy little Christmas card!

Check out the rest of the crew here.

What do you think?

STAMPS: Snow Place
INK: Basic Black, Real Red, Night of Navy
PAPERS: Night of Navy and Whisper White Cardstock; Season of Cheer DSP
ACCESSORIES: Big Shot, Die Cuts, Punch, Markers, Sponges, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Weekly Deals!

It's Tuesday! That means it's time for the Weekly Deals!
My favourite? Probably the Old Olive Baker's Twine! I love that stuff and use Baker's Twine a LOT!

What's your favourite?

Friday, July 17, 2015

Still Christmas in July

Here's another card we'll be creating during our Christmas in July Class. It was inspired by a similar one on Pinterest. Don't you just love that time sucking wonderful site? Between the cards and the recipes and the decor ideas, it's no wonder I never get any work done!

This one is quick and simple enough that you could make DOZENS in no time flat...especially when all the paper is pre-cut for you!


When you order all of the supplies from me to make any of the cards featured in my classes, I will pre-cut all the paper for you and deliver it to you ready to go! What could be easier?

STAMPS: Work of Art, Merry Everything
INK: Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, Cherry Cobbler and Garden Green Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Glue Dots

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, July 10, 2015

More Christmas in July

I created this card for the MOJO Monday sketch and then didn't get it up in time. OOPS!! But hooray for being able to backdate posts - LOL!

I started off with an Old Olive base and added layers of Cherry Cobbler and the new Merry Moments Designer Series Paper from the 2015-2016 catalogue. I love that it's bright and cheery colours! Old Olive and Cherry Cobbler go so well together.  There's also some Mossy Meadow in the colour palette if that's your preference for a more subtle green. I hope there's some blues/silver/grey in the soon to be released Holiday catalogue as I'm still loving that combo from last year too!

There are still some spaces left in classes on July 25th (both morning and afternoon), so if you'd like to come, I'd love to have you!

What do you think?

STAMPS: Lots of Joy
INK: Cherry Cobbler and Old Olive
PAPERS: Old Olive, Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White Cardstock; Merry Moments DSP
ACCESSORIES: Punches, Marker, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Friday, July 3, 2015

Christmas in July!

I posted this card on Facebook on June 25th, reminding everyone that Christmas was just SIX. MONTHS. AWAY. Not surprisingly, some of my friends were LESS than impressed with me - LOL!

Too bad!! They'll be the ones scrambling when it comes time to send out Christmas cards and they realize they SHOULD have listened to me back in June!

The card above is just one of the cards we'll be creating during the Christmas in July class on July 25th...which, coincidentally, is just FIVE months till Christmas. You're coming, right??

STAMPS: Festival of Trees, Wondrous Wreath
INK: Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke
PAPERS: Very Vanilla, Crumb Cake and Cherry Cobbler Cardstock
ACCESSORIES: Punches, Marker, Stampin' Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Get your stamp on!!

Air-Conditioning Appreciation Days
Bereaved Parents Awareness Month
Bioterrorism/Disaster Education and Awareness Month
Cell Phone Courtesy Month
Cord Blood Awareness Month
Day of the Knife
Dog Days of Summer Month
Eggplant and Lettuce Month
Eye Injury Prevention Month
Family Golf Month
Family Reunion Month
Fireworks Safety Month
Freedom from Fear of Speaking Month
Hemochromatosis Screening Awareness Month
Herbal Prescription Awareness Month
Hitchhiking Month
Independent Retailer Month
International Blondie/Deborah Harry Month
International Group B Strep Awareness Month
International Zine Month
Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
Mango and Melon Month
National Anti-Boredom Month
National Baked Bean Month
National Bikini Month
National Black Family Month
National Blueberry Month
National Child-Centered Divorce Month
National Cleft & Craniofacial Awareness and Prevention Month
National Cord Blood Awareness Month
National Culinary Arts Month
National Doghouse Repairs Month
National Grilling Month
National Home Inspector Month
National Horseradish Month
National Hot Dog Month
National Ice Cream Month
National Independent Retailers Month
National Make A Difference to A Child Month
National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
National Picnic Month
National Parks and Recreation Month
National Share a Sunset with your Lover Month
National Vacation Rental Month
National Wheelchair Beautification Month
Nectarine and Garlic Month
Read an Almanac Month
Sandwich Generation Month
Smart Irrigation Month
Social Wellness Month
Tour de France Month
Unlucky Month for Weddings
UV Safety Month
Wheat Month
Women’s Motorcycle Month
Women With Alopecia Month
Worldwide Bereaved Parents Awareness Month

First Week (July 1-4)
Bean and Bacon Days
Freedom From Fear of Speaking Week
Freedom Week
International Chicken Wing Week
National Education Association Month
National Tom Sawyer Days
National Unassisted Home Birth Week
Rosewell UFO Days

Second Week (July 5-11)
Be Nice to New Jersey Week
Comic-Con International
Creative Maladjustment Week
National Baby Food Week
National Farriers Week
National Therapeutic Recreation Week
Nude Recreation Week

Third Week (July 12-18)
Hug Week
National Baby Food Week
National Make Someone Smile Week
National Rabbit Week
National Scrabble Week
National Ventriloquism Week
Sports Cliché Week

Fourth Week (July 19-25)
Captive Nations Week
Everybody Deserves a Massage Week
Garlic Days
Hemingway Lookalike Days
International Massage Week
Moby Dick Week
National Independent Retailers Week
National Moth Week
National Parenting Gifted Children Week
National Salad Week
National Zookeepers Week
Restless Leg Syndrome Education and Awareness Week
World Hackysack Week
World Lumberjack Championships

Fifth Week (July 26-31)
Fancy Rat and Mouse Week
Satchmo Days
Single Working Women’s Week

July 1st
Battle of Gettysburg Started in 1863
Build a Scarecrow Day
Creative Ice Cream Flavors Day
Canada Day
Financial Freedom Day
International Joke Day
Jean Marsh’s Birthday (1934)
Leslie Caron’s Birthday (1931)
National Postal Worker Day
Olivia DeHavilland’s Birthday (1916)
Popeye’s Birthday
Princess Diana’s Birthday (1961)
Roswell UFO Day
Second Half of the Year Day
US Postage Stamp Day
Zip Code Day

July 2nd
First Zeppelin flew (1900)
I Forgot Day
Made in the USA Day
US Army Air Corps Established (1926)
Violin Lovers Day
Visitation of the Virgin Mary
World UFO Day

July 3rd
Air-Conditioning Appreciation Day
Compliment Your Mirror Day
Disobedience Day
Dog Days Begin
Eat Beans Day
Franz Kafka’s Birthday (1883)
George M. Cohan’s Birthday (1878)
International Chicken Wing Day
International Plastic Bag Free Day
Sandra Lee’s Birthday (1966)
Stay Out of the Sun Day
Superman Day

July 4th
American Independence Day
Boom Box Parade Day
Buffalo Bill Day
Hop a Park Day
Independence From Meat Day
Indivisible Day
International Cherry Pit Spitting Day
International Day of Cooperatives
International Drive your Studebaker Day
Mitch Miller’s Birthday (1911)
Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Birthday (1804)
National Country Music Day
Sidewalk Egg Frying Day
Stephen Foster’s Birthday (1826)
Tom Sawyer Fence Painting Day

July 5th
Alice in Wonderland Day
Anniversary of the Bikini (1946)
Bikini Day
Build a Scarecrow Day
Hop a Park Day
P.T. Barnum’s Birthday (1810)
Work-a-Holics Day

July 6th
Caribbean Day
Dalai Lama’s Birthday (1935)
First Picture Postcard Made
Fill an Aquarium Day
Frido Kahlo’s Birthday (1907)
George W. Bush’s Birthday (1946)
International Kissing Day
Jennifer Saunders’ Birthday (1958) – Absolutely Fabulous
John Paul Jones’ Birthday (1747)
National Fried Chicken Day
Republican Day
Sebastian Cabot’s Birthday (1918) Family Affair
Take Your Webmaster to Lunch Day

July 7th
Bonza Bottler Day (7/7)
Carver Day
Chocolate Day
Father-Daughter Take a Walk Day
Global Forgiveness Day
Macaroni Day
Marc Chagall’s Birthday (1887)
National Strawberry Sundae Day
Pierre Cardin’s Birthday (1922)
Tell the Truth Day

July 8th
Kevin Bacon’s Birthday (1958)
Liberty Bell cracks in 1835 while being rung at John Marshall’s funeral
Math 2.0 Day
Raffi’s Birthday (1948)
Savor the Comic, Unplug the Drama Day
Toby Keith’s Birthday (1961)
Video Games Day
Wolfgang Puck’s Birthday (1949)
Zigfield Follies Day

July 9th
Fred Savage’s Birthday (1976)
Martyrdom of the Bab
National Sugar Cookie Day
Rock N Roll Day
Tom Hanks’ Birthday (1956)

July 10th
Clerihew Day
Collector Car Appreciation Day
Don’t Step on a Bee Day
James Whistler’s Birthday (1834)
Maurice Proust’s Birthday (1871)
Pina Colada Day
Smile Power Day
Taos Pueblo Powwow
Teddy Bear’s Picnic Day
Wayne Chicken Day

July 11th
Bald is In Day
Bowdler’s Day
Carver Day
Cheer Up the Lonely Day
Chicken Day
Day of the Five Billions
E.B. White’s Birthday (1899)
Georgio Armani’s Birthday (1936)
Grange Day
National Cheer Up the Lonely Day
National Rainier Cherries Day
Slurpee Day
Try Caviar Day
World Population Day

July 12th
Andrew Wyeth’s Birthday (1917)
Battle of the Boyne
Christine McVie’s Birthday (1943)
Different Colored Eyes Day
George Eastman’s Birthday (1854)
Henry David Thoreau’s Birthday (1817)
Julius Caesar’s Birthday (100 BC)
National Pecan Pie Day
Night of Nights
Oscar Hammerstein’s Birthday (1895)
Paper Bag Day
Pecan Pie Day
Simplicity Day

July 13th
Barbershop Music Appreciation Day
Barn Day
Bison Lovers Day
Disgruntled Workers Day
Embrace Your Geekness Day
Erno Rubik’s (Rubik’s Cube Inventor) Birthday (1944)
Fool’s Paradise Day
Go West Day
Gruntled Workers Day
Harrison Ford’s Birthday (1942)
International Town Criers Day
National French Fries Day
Northwest Ordinance Enacted (1787)
World Cup Soccer Day

July 14th
Bastille Day
Chick-Fil-A Cow Appreciation Day
Harry Dean Stanton’s Birthday (1926)
International Nude Day
Jane Lynch’s Birthday (1960)
Pandemonium Day
Peggy Parish’s Birthday (1927) Amelia Bedelia
Pick Blueberries Day
Shark Awareness Day
William Hanna’s Birthday (1910)
Woody Guthrie’s Birthday (1912)

July 15th
Baby Food Day
Be A Dork Day
Clement C. Moore’s Birthday (1777)
First Boeing 707 Flew (1954)
Gummi Worm Day
Iris Murdoch’s Birthday (1919)
National Pet Fire Safety Day
Rembrandt Van Rijn’s Birthday (1606)
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Birthday (1850) (1st American Saint)
St. Swithin’s Day
Take Your Poet to Work
Tapioca Pudding Day
Winnie the Pooh Day

July 16th
Apollo 11 lifts off on its voyage to the moon (1969)
Fresh Spinach Day
Get to Know Your Customers Day
Guy Laroche (1921)
Hot Dog Night
Michael Flatley’s Birthday (1958)
National Personal Chef Day
Will Ferrell’s Birthday (1967)
World Snake Day

July 17th
Disneyland Opens (1955)
Farmer’s Almanac Day
John Jacob Astor’s Birthday (1763)
National Peach Ice Cream Day
Sewing Machine Patented (1790)
Wrong-Way Corrigan Day
Yellow Pig Day

July 18th
Celebration of the Horse Day
Chrysanthemum Day
International Mandela Day
National Caviar Day
National Hot Dog Day
Nelson Mandela International Day
Sidewalk Frying Days
Steve Forbes’ Birthday (1947)
Woodie Wagon Day

July 19th
Anne Hutchinson Memorial Day
Edgar Degas’ Birthday (1834)
Flitch Day
John Newberry’s Birthday (1713)
National Ice Cream Day
National Lake Superior Day
National Raspberry Cake Day
Stick Your Tongue Out Day
Toss Away The Could Haves and Should Haves Day

July 20th
Chess Day
Cormac McCarthy’s Birthday (1933)
Global Hug Your Kids Day
Gregor Mendel’s Birthday (1822)
International Cake Day
Moon Day (Armstrong and Aldrin land on moon in 1969)
National Get Out of the Doghouse Day
National Lollipop Day
Sir Edmund Hillary’s Birthday (1919) (first to reach Mt. Everest)
Space Exploration Day
Ugly Truck Day
World Jump Day

July 21st
Don Knotts’ Birthday (1924)
Ernest Hemingway’s Birthday (1899)
Legal Drinking Age Day
National Ice Cream Soda Day
National Junk Food Day
National Tug of War Tournament Day
No Pet Store Puppies Day
Robin Williams’ Birthday (1952)

July 22nd
Bobby Sherman’s Birthday (1943)
Casual Pi Day
Hammock Day
Health & Happiness with Hypnosis Day
Lion’s Share Day
National Penuche Fudge Day
Oscar de La Renta’s Birthday (1932)
Parents Day
Pied Piper of Hamelin Day
Spooners Day
Willem Dafoe’s Birthday (1955)

July 23rd
All-American Soap Box Derby Day
Batman Day
Daniel Radcliffe’s Birthday (1989)
Gorgeous Grandma Day
Hot Enough for Ya Day
Ice Cream Cone Introduced (1904)
Lumberjack Day
Maple Syrup Day
Mosquito Day
National Vanilla Ice Cream Day
Slash’s Birthday (1965)

July 24th
Alexander Dumas’ Birthday (1802)
Amelia Earhart’s Birthday (1897)
Cousin’s Day
Marvin the Martian’s Birthday
Mormon Pioneer Day
National Drive-Thru Day
National Tequila Day
Tell an Old Joke Day

July 25th
Buck Moon
Carousel or Merry Go Round Day
Culinarians Day
Maxfield Parrish’s Birthday (1870)
National Cowboy Day
National Dance Day
Pipe Dreams Day
System Adminstrator Day
Threading the Needle Day
Video Games Day

July 26th
All or Nothing Day
Aunties Day
Dorothy Hamill’s Birthday (1956)
George Bernard Shaw’s Birthday (1856)
Helen Mirren’s Birthday (1945)
Kate Beckinsale’s Birthday (1973)
Mick Jagger’s Birthday (1943)
One Voice
Paddle for Perthes Disease Awareness Day
Parents Day
Sandra Bullock’s Birthday (1964)
Sugar Cane Day
Vivian Vance’s Birthday (1912)

July 27th
Alexander Dumas’ Birthday (1824)
Barbie in a Blender Day
Bugs Bunny’s Birthday
National Korean War Veterans Armistice Day
National Scotch Day
Parents Day
Take Your Plants for a Walk Day
Walk on Stilts Day

July 28th
Accountant’s Day
Beatrix Potter’s Birthday (1866)
Buffalo Soldiers Day
Cheese Lovers Day
First Fingerprint Taken
First Telegram Sent
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’ Birthday (1929)
National Milk Chocolate Day
Peggy Fleming’s Birthday (1948)
Singing Telegram Day
World Hepatitis Day

July 29th
Cheese Sacrifice Purchase Day
Country Music Day
NASA Anniversary
National Chicken Wing Day
National Lasagna Day
Rain Day
Tim Gunn’s Birthday (1953)

July 30th
Alton Brown’s Birthday (1962)
Antonio Benedetto Puccini’s Birthday (1747)
Capital Hill Day
Cheesecake Day
Deviled Eggs Day
Emily Bronte’s Birthday (1818)
Father-in-Law Day
Henry Ford’s Birthday (1863)
International Day of Friendship
National Cheesecake Day
National Chili Dog Day
National Support of Public Education Day
Paperback Book Day

July 31st
Cotton Candy Day
First US Patent Issued – Granted to Samuel Hopkins in 1790
J.K. Rowling’s Birthday (1965)
Milton Friedman’s Birthday (1912)
Mutt’s Day
National Bratwurst Day
National Talk in an Elevator Day
Robert Kimmel Smith’s Birthday (1930)
System Administrator Appreciation Day
Uncommon Instruments Awareness Day
World Ranger Day

with thanks to Jane Hignite