CASE: Copy and share everything (the crafters' motto! Just be sure to give credit where it is due!)
Scraplifting: Using another person's original work and passing it off as your own (unless you are using the term lightheartedly as you give credit to them ex: I scraplifted this layout from Kelly.)
CAS: Clean and simple
DSP: Designer Series Paper, also known as patterned paper
Bling: Just about anything that sparkles or shines!
White space: Blank area of card stock, does not have to be white
ABAC: Anything But A Card, refers to 3D projects, jewelry, just about anything that is not a card or a scrapbook page
Huffing: Don't panic! This is not illegal : ) When using a marker to color a stamp, a crafter will 'huff' (breathe) on the stamp after coloring to keep the ink moist, then stamp onto paper.
Kissing: Again, not what you are thinking... A two step process where a stamp is inked then gently 'kissed' with an uninked stamp. This is followed by huffing to remoisten the ink. This can be used to add or remove details from a stamp.
Distressing: Taking steps to make something look used/old/worn. This is done by tearing, crumpling, inking, fraying, or using a special tool.
Swap: A fun occasion where crafters agree to create a quantity of cards or pages and trade them with fellow crafters. If it is a supplies swap, several crafters will 'go in' on a supply of ribbon, brads, etc. and split the supplies between them. This is a great way to get supplies in a variety of colors!
Craft vs. Classic: There are two types of ink pads available craft, which is pigment ink, and classic which is dye based. Classic is a good all purpose, quick drying ink which is great for cards and safe for scrapbooking. Craft is also scrapbook safe and features long-lasting color. Craft is often used for embossing or when you want to use a light ink on a darker paper. Both are wonderful inks, it just depends on what you are needing for the project.
I hope this clears up any confusion! If you have any new words that need to be translated, please post a comment!