STAMPtember Five on Friday with Jennifer Mcguire

Welcome to day #2 our Simon Says STAMPtember festivities!

We thought this was the perfect time to feature one of our all time favorite stampers – Jennifer Mcguire! Coincidentally, she also lives in Ohio. I am honored and blessed to call Jennifer a friend. She is a gem of a person who is talented beyond words.

Most stampers already know the lowdown on Jennifer. I met Jennifer through Hero Arts as she is an artist and education director for USA based Hero Arts Rubber Stamp Company. However, she is so much more than that! If you want her professional bio, check it out HERE – it will blow you away. Her Blog is always fresh, fun, full of great information and it is HERE.

Getting to know Jennifer through the years has truly been getting to love her. She and I each have a son (mine is 4 and hers is 5). I have 1 daughter, Jennifer has 2. We are both blessed to be loving what we do -both in the home as moms and out of the home as stampers.

Want to fall in love with her too? I’ll spill some scoop on her only if you promise to not tell her that you heard it from me! I thought I’d share these fun facts – more reasons why I love this girl!

When she runs errands she works really hard to find something to compliment others about – whether it’s the fancy manicure on the lady checking her out at the grocery or the sweater on the lady working at the mall – she actively works to be kind and make them smile. It sets a great example for her son too.

Her other dream job is a high school calculus teacher. Can you believe that she’s a math geek who majored in Mechanical Engineering. She worked 5 years engineering, and then started scrapbooking to lift her spirits. Now she is here to stay!

The photo above is her at NASA! She did a project for NASA when she was in college at the University of Kentucky. Check out the purple nails ;) The photo is of her in the vomit comet.

UNLIKE most of us, Jennifer never ever stamps at night.

Can you believe that years ago she said “I don’t understand why anyone would buy stamps. You could just use clipart or stickers – what a waste of money!” In a few months she owned quite a few stamps and in a few years was happily drowning in them. Now she says: “Stamps are the best crafting tool money can buy!”

Learn new tricks and techniques! For just $19 you can take Jennifer’s Inspiration Showcase Online Class!

Although Jennifer strongly encourages using supplies that you already own, joining her class will get you a 15% Student discount to Simon for any other class supplies you might want too!

We hope that you are enjoying our STAMPtember celebration! Hopefully getting to know more about people in the biz is as fun for you as it is for us! We hope you find the video inspiring and educational.

STAY TUNED! Tomorrow we have a free instructional video by Jennifer created to inspire and educate :)

In addition: We are continuing the STAMPtember celebration with a Special Sale! So far, over 1,000 items are in our STAMPtember SALE category HERE. Stay tuned for more specials every single day. Every order placed during STAMPtember receives a free gift!

What time of day do you most like to stamp? Comment here to win this beautiful HERO Arts Rubber stamp set – not sold in any stores! It is chocked full of new Studio Calico images. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, September 6th!

In Stamping Love,


  1. Jennifer is throwing the light on the stamper in an amazing way. I truly appreciate this person for doing this great and bold deal of work in such an effective way so we should also use to improve the work quality. Such persons are the sources of information for us in an effective way.

  2. In order to make sure that children are not shy about their thoughts I would recommend to write anonymous essays so that later they can read them in front of the whole class and analyze their mistakes. Each child will recognize his/her own essay and without fear of mockery from peers or a bad grade will understand what was wrong in his/her work (stylistically, in the logic of presentation, etc.).

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