Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Two-step into fabulous

Stampin' Up!'s® Two-Step Stampin'™ sets allow you to quickly and easily take your creativity to the next level by creating multilayered and multicoloured images without using markers or crayons. You simply stamp the base image with a light colour ink and then using a darker colour (or different colour) stamp the overlay or adjoining image on top. If you don't like the 'free-hand' approach with this technique then have more precision by using the Stamp-a-ma-jig to align the images more precisely! At the cost of $22.95 AUD it is a small investment for accuracy, and some people's sanity, and it also assists when placing individual letters to create a title on a scrapbook layout or other project.

Therefore, for the month of July Stampin' Up! are offering 20% off select Two-Step Stampin' sets from our current catalogues - no limit and no minimum purchase required!

So check out the list below to see if any are on your wish list or if you want to purchase a great set at a greatly reduced price!

Item

Page

Description

Regular Price

Sale Price

116386

39

Loads of Love

$39.95

$31.96

116342

42

Big Bold Birthday**

$53.95

$43.16

115860

78

A Rose is a Rose**

$66.95

$53.56

116332

86

Playful Petals**

$52.95

$42.36

115770

98

Cheep Talk

$47.95

$38.36

115946

115

Wonderful Favourites

$39.95

$31.96

119187

14*

Tiny Tags (wood-mount)

$38.95

$31.16

118592

14*

Tiny Tags (clear-mount)

$28.95

$23.16

119163

31*

Cottage Garden (wood-mount)

$32.95

$26.36

120003

31*

Cottage Garden (clear-mount)

$24.95

$19.96

*From 2010 Autumn-Winter Mini Catalogue
**Retiring stamp sets!


Note the three retiring stamp sets which will NOT be carried over in to the next Idea Book & Catalogue (due to be releasd in September), now will be your best opportunity to purchase them at these reduced prices before they go!

Contact me today to place your order or better still why not book yourself a workshop and let me show you how easy the two-step fun is!

Here is a card I made quite a while ago using the Two-Step Stampin' Technique:


Bye for now!

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