Sunday, January 31, 2010

View-Master Card - Splitcoast Stampers Tutorial

I needed to make a birthday card for my nephew Gideon for Monday (and we are staying with them tomorrow night, or is it Sunday morning already so it would be tonight, before my aunt's funeral) so I thought I should like to try my hand at making a View-Master Card Tutorial that I saw on Splitcoast Stampers - click here to view the tutorial.

Anyway, here is the card I made...

Stamps: Wild About You
Inks: Pumpkin Pie, Basic Grey, Really Rust, Always Artichoke, Sage Shadow
Cardstock: Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, Holiday Treasures DSP
Accessories: Old Olive grosgrain ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, split pin, Creative Memories circle cutters, 1 3/8", 1 1/4" and 1/8" circle punches


I was happy how my first attempt turned out but I think I would like to give it another go as I originally had the idea of the animals being on the back of the truck from the Loads of Love stamp set, however, I had punched my circle for the images to rotate in too far to the left to place the truck underneath. I also need to play with the placement of the images on the rotating disc for better placement in the circle. Oh well, gives me another reason to make this type of card again, but who needs a reason anyway!

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Just Add Ink Challenge No. 2

I participated in the new blog 'Just Add Ink's' first colour challenge and so I thought I should have a go at the second one they have posted.

The challenge was to 'Just Add Hearts' and even though it says hearts in plural my entry has only one heart and here it is...

Stamps: Big on Spring (retired)
Inks: Chocolate Chip, Baja Breeze
Cardstock: Very Vanilla, Chocolate Chip, Naturals Ivory, Holiday Treasures DSP
Accessories: Ribbon, adhesive, Stampin' Dimensionals, Ticket Corner Punch

My idea was to make a Valentine's Day card that was not too feminine and one that a male might like to receive or to give, or one that was not to flowery for those who prefer something more simple or classic. Do you think I achieved the effect I was after?

I am happy with the result and that is all that matters really and it will be one that we can use at our next market stall to promote Valentine's Day.

ESAD Colour Challenge

Leonie from ESAD (a Yahoo Group for Stampin' Up! demonstrators that I am a member of) set a colour challege for members and in case you wanted to join in by making a card, 3D item or scrapbook page here are the colours...


These colours just reminded my of a garden and so here is my card for the challenge using the stamp set Garden Whimsy:

Stamps: Garden Whimsy
Ink: Riding Hood Red, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive, Bashful Blue
Paper: Whisper White, Old Olive, Bashful Blue
Accessories: Adhesive, paper piercer, Stamp-a-ma-jig, Stampin' Dimensionals, Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker

With my tulips I varied their colours by either stamping the flower in Riding Hood Red or Pumpkin Pie and a few I stamped in Pumpkin Pie and then used the 'rock and roll' technique to add some Riding Hood Red colour on the edges of the flower, I used my Old Olive Stampin' Marker to colour the stems. I also masked the front row of flowers to stamp the ones behind.

I love tulips (having a Dutch background) and this year I had some from my mother to plant in pots on our balcony but unfortunately just after they bloomed we had such a storm that they all got blown to bits! Oh well, I shall just have to try again next year to grow some.

Friday, January 29, 2010

Sympathy cards

Not all my creating recently has been for fun and joyful experiences. Today I also made two sympathy cards for two of my first cousins who recently lost their mother - we will be attending her funeral on Monday in Circular Head, which is on the North West part of Tasmanis (for mainland and overseas visitors to my blog). Marie Huisman (nee Wells) was my father's sister-in-law.

My aunt left two sons and so I wanted to make my sympathy cards simple and not too flowery (is that a word?). I decided to also make them the same but used a different text on each. I used two stamps from Life's Definitions set - 'memories' and 'remember' - and mounted these on to black cardstock. The main grass feature is from the Inspired by Nature stamp set. I placed two black split pins in the top left hand corner and a piece of Old Olive grosgrain ribbon to match the Old Olive cardstock.

Sympathy cards are not made for enjoyment but I was pleased on how they turned out. RIP Auntie Marie, you will be missed.

Some cards to share...

I thought I would make another quick post to show you some cards that I have made recently, my favourite is the one with the tortoise or is it a turtle? I don't know if I know what the difference is between the two - maybe I should Google it!

This card was inspired by one I saw on Kay Kouflakis' blog - click here to see her card.


I used the Kaleidoscope DSP from the Summer Mini (I just love this paper and was inspired to buy it because of all the inspiration I found from the ESAD Summer Mini Blog Hop!) for my background and adhered this to Basic Grey. I stamped the turtle from the Nature's Nest set using Chocolate Chip ink on to Basic Grey, and then again on to another piece of the green patterned paper from the Kaleidoscope DSP which I cut out and stuck over the turtle on the Basic Grey cardstock. I made my own speech bubble and after putting in the greeting thought that this would be a great 'belated birthday' card to make - turtles being known to move slowly!

Here is another card using the Kaleidoscope DSP, and which I also used a white gel pen to make a stitch effect on the larger branches. I added some personalised buttons that I made - if you want to know how to make these for yourself (it's a great way to use up your scraps of cardstock!) check out the Splitcoast Stampers thread by clicking here. With this technique you can always have matching buttons for your creations and in different shapes too!

What, not another card using the Kaleidoscope DSP - well yes, I did say that I liked this paper! So much so that I also made another Card Organiser Book from six sheets of it, so now I only have one sheet and some bits and pieces left - think it is time to order some more in before everyone gets hooked on it and the supplies go! This was just a simple design to use up a piece that had been cut off and made a nice card front.

Who else just loves this paper? Thanks for stopping by and let me know if you have found some other exciting ways to bring out the beauty of this paper as I always enjoy being inspired by others.

Thursday, January 28, 2010

Card Organiser Book

I have often seen these yearly card organiser books on various blogs and wanted to make one myself so here is the one I made - it was easy to make and with DSP paper it is a great way to see the effects of both sides of the paper. It was also another chance for me to try out my new toy - a Zutter Bind-it-All V2.0!

Front View

Open View

2 coordinating cards to start the organisation!

Designer Series Paper that I used was Bali Breeze (I think that was the one!).

Instructions:

  • Six pieces of 12 x 12 DSP for the internal pages, score at 4" along one side and fold up (thus making a pocket) then score down the middle and fold back (thus giving your page a pocket each side).
  • If you want the page itself to also be another pocket, as I have done, then adhere the bottom of the page when folded down the middle. I also used the 1 1/4" Circle Punch to punch out a half circle in the middle top of each of the right-hand side pages. This is hard to see in my photos as the card with the star is covering the punched half circle - and my explanation here may not be entirely clear, sorry!
  • Decorate the bottom of each pocket with a monthly numbered calender and stamp a coordinating image onto it.
  • Make a cover of your choice, I used the backing board from my DSP pack and decorated it.
  • Bind the edge of the pages together.
As I decided that this was to be an item for sale in our market stall, I also including two coordinating cards to demonstrate how it was to be used and to get the yearly organisation started!

I loved the bright cover, what do you think? As I also created and saved my monthly numbered calendars to make another of these will not take much time or effort - DSP decorates it enough.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Sale-A-Bration Blog Hop!

Stampin' Up!'s Sale-A-Bration (SAB) period launches today (25 January) and goes until 31 March 2010! You can earn a FREE limited stamp set by spending $100 on Stampin' Up! products or hosting a workshop with sales of at least $600 (along with other hostess benefits).

I am also taking part in my very first "blog hop" as a contributor (have just been a "hopper" before) and something which I am sure you'll get a buzz out of too! I suggest you get yourself a cuppa and settle in for the tour where you hop from one blog to the next and find ideas/inspiration from myself and all the other demonstrators who are taking part. Also this post will be a longer one from me and which also includes my projects using the SAB stamp set - Vintage Labels.

I am a member of a Yahoo Group called Extra Special Australian Demonstrators (ESAD) and some of us are taking part in this "blog hop" to showcase the stamp sets available during SAB. ESAD is a fantastic support network for demonstrators and as well as helping each other out, we have challenges, cyberstamps, tutorials and it's a great way to develop online friendships too! If you are an Australian or New Zealand SU demonstrator and would like to join click on the image below.

You may have arrived here from Madonna Dunn's blog but if not that is ok too, you can continue on the "blog hop" until you get back here to my blog if you like. If you visit all the blogs in this blog hop (I think 42 in total) and leave a comment on ALL you will go in the running to win some gorgeous "blog candy"! Many demonstrators from all over Australia are donating all sorts of goodies, so make sure you leave your comments and "be in it to win it"!

Ok, so on to the items that I have created using a stamp set from SAB - Vintage Labels. It has 6 stamps in the set - 3 label images that are ideally sized to work with the 1" Circle, Curly Label, Scallop Circle and Wide Oval punches (IB&C pp 152-153) and 3 greetings "Happy Birthday", "For You" and "Best Wishes".


The first item I made was a boxed set of Gift Cards using a simple design and colour combination. What do you think?



Stamps: Vintage Labels (Sale-A-Bration 2010)
Paper: Chocolate Chip, Kraft, Very Vanilla
Ink: Chocolate Chip, Whisper White
Accessories:
1" Circle, Curly Label, Scallop Circle, Wide Oval and Eyelet Border punches, Snail Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Bone Folder, Sponge

This stamp set lends itself so nicely to gift cards and so I made another set with Stampin' Up!'s Love Note cards and again I made a coordinating gift box. I also added a piece of DSP to the envelope flap so they coordinate! These sized items are also a great way of using your off-cuts!




Stamps: Vintage Labels (Sale-A-Bration 2010)
Paper: Bella Bleu DSP, Very Vanilla, Not Quite Navy cardstock and textured cardstock (for the box)
Ink: Not Quite Navy
Accessories:
Curly Label, Scallop Circle, Wide Oval, Scallop and Eyelet Border punches, Snail Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Bone Folder, Stampin' Dimensionals

I told you this post was going to be a long one! Did you want time to make another cuppa? I can wait for you....

Now that you are back...I also wanted to make a couple of regular sized cards utilising this stamp set and so these are what I created.

With the one above I punched out the 'For You' with a circle punch and raised it off the card with Stampin' Dimensionals and I also coated it with Crystal Effects. The ink did blur a bit but I was still happy with how it turned out.

My card below had some flowers from the Accents & Elements set added to give some dimension and more colour. Obviously I was into a 'Chocolate Chip' mode as this appears in most of my creations within this post!


Well I hope you didn't get bored with the long post and that you've enjoyed looking at these items made using a stamp set from the SAB promotion, which you can earn for FREE - just place a $100 order through me or let me share with you and your friends in a workshop ($600 minimum to receive a FREE SAB stamp set as well as the regular hostess benefits!) - email me today! Or you can check out the SAB brochure online here to see the other 3 sets on offer.

Ok, now off you go to visit Michelle Frost-Stevenson (click on her name) to continue your "blog hop" tour, have fun, get lots of inspiration and don't forget to leave a comment on all the blogs involved for your chance to win the blog candy! Once you have visited and commented on every blog in the SAB Blog Hop, just email Leonie Schroder (leonie@stamp-a-latte.com) and the winner will be announced in the coming week – stay posted!!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Just Add Ink challenge blog

As a Stampin' Up! demonstrator I love the fact that so many in the business are out there to help inspire and share the fun of stamping and papercrafts, and this new blog, Just Add Ink, is sure to be a favourite of mine as I already follow several of its Design Team members' blogs.

The Just Add Ink Design Team is a group of Stampin' Up! demonstrators who want to share what they love with a variety of paper craft challenges. Their goal, like mine, is to inspire, create and share the fun! So go and check out their Just Add Ink blog and join in their first colour challenge as I have done. You will also have the chance to win a prize!

The colours they provided were:
I especially like doing challenges when I also have another purpose or reason to create - such as making a baby card on the birth of my friend's daughter's first child - a beautiful baby boy named Ethan. Emily and I went to visit them in hospital this evening and he has his father's mark on him - thick black hair!

Well anyway, here is the card that I made...

Stamp Set: A New Little Someone (retired)

What I have been making lately...

I thought I should share with you some of the items I have been making lately in my craft room as my friend Jodyann and I gear up for not one, not two, but three market stalls in the next four weeks!

As my animal bookmarks were so popular, that I sold out at the last market, I thought I had better make some more, especially as one little boy needed to save up his $2 to buy one at the next market, he had already spent his pocket money at the last one before he came to our stall. So here are the beginnings of our stock of animal bookmarks - I need to find and purchase some more large paperclips!

A new design hopped into our stock this time - a frog!

As Valentine's Day is one of the next key events in some people's calendars I thought we should make a few cards orientated towards this. I don't have any specific Valentine's Day stamp sets but utilised what I had to create the cards below:

As you can see I love using Chocolate Chip and it goes so nicely with pink - I used a retired DSP called Berry Bliss.

Here I used DSP Bella Rose and I cut out an additional rose to raise of my card with Stampin' Dimensionals for added effect. I also like to sponge the edge of my cardstock or paper and find this adds a nice effect and blends it into the mounting cardstock below. Paper piercing is another easy technique and this can add a simple border to parts of your card, in my case the piece on which I stamped the greeting, if you can see that on the bottom left and top right hand corners.

I have also been making some post-it note holders based on a tutorial at Dawn's Stamping Studio, she has some other great video tutorials there as well. I made a few more 2010 calendars as well as a Birthday Card Organiser that I had been inspired to make from the last Blog Hop I followed which used the beautiful DSP Kaleidoscope that is available in the current Summer Mini Catalogue. I have not photographed my creation but you can see the one that inspired me here on Bev Mantle's blog. These are a lovely way to use DSP and get the effects of both sides of the paper!

Don't forget my Stampin' Marker Colour Club offer as I have a couple of spaces left and have extended the deadline to participate in this club - click here for more details.

Thanks for stopping by and don't forget to come back to my blog next Monday, 25 January 2010 when Stampin' Up!'s Sale-A-Bration promotion starts and a group of demonstrators (including me!) will be participating in a 'Blog Hop' to promote the stamp sets on offer and we will have some 'Blog Candy' on offer!

Haitian Disaster Relief

Stampin' Up! is not only a company that loves creativity and sharing this with others but it also has a heart and this has been displayed in its support for victims of disasters such as the recent Victorian bushfires here in Australia. Again Stampin' Up! and its demonstrators are stepping forward and showing their commitment to making a difference in the lives of others. This time is no different as we support the relief efforts in Haiti.

From now until 28 February 2010, you can join with us to make a difference in the lives of those who continue to suffer from the effects of this devastating earthquake.

Stampin' Up! will set aside $2 from the sale of every I {Heart} Hearts stamp set and donate that money to the American Red Cross' Haiti Relief and Development Fund. The Red Cross is already well-established in Haiti, and this money will be used to provide immediate relief and long-term support through supplies, technical assistance and other support to help those in need.

Product Name Item # Price
I {Heart} Hearts 117715 $42.95 AUD/$49.95 NZD

Email me today to order your I {Heart} Hearts stamp set and help make a difference!

Click the image above to open the pdf document and read the details more easily.

At present I don't have this stamp set in my supplies (surprise, surprise!) but I will be buying this one to support the cause.

This set coordinates with the two heart punches from Stampin Up! and it would make a great set for valentines cards and projects as well as any that theme around 'love' such as engagements, weddings, anniversaries, friendship, almost anything you can think of!


To further support this relief effort I will also contribute my own personal sales commission on any purchases of the I {Heart} Hearts stamp set along with any purchases of the two heart punches.

So email me today to contribute to this worthwhile cause.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Reminder - Current Special Offers!

Hi, thanks for stopping by! This quick post is just to remind my new and existing customers of the current Stampin' Up! promotions and my personal special offer.

Inventory Clearance Sale - click here to see what is on offer at discounted prices, and click here to see what is sold out!

Summer Mini Catalogue - click here to view the catalogue online.

Stampin' Write Marker Colour Club - my personal offer to help you receive the full set of Stampin' Write Markers and carry case - click here for more details! I still have spaces available in this club!

Coming soon - Sale-A-Bration starts 25 January 2010! Let me know if you want to book a workshop or place an order - email me today.

I will be back later to post pictures some of the items I have been making in readiness for the two market stalls in February. Have a lovely day and thanks again for stopping by!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

I've done it again!

Yes, I have done it again! I have gotten side-tracked from my current task at hand by checking emails and blog surfing while crafting! I think it might have been a bad idea to put my laptop on top of my craft desk where I create - although I wanted it there for the inspiration, not to continually allow myself to be side-tracked.

Oh well, here is what I got side-tracked with - making a heart topped box from a template supplied by Lynn Pratt on her blog where she is also giving the chance to win two free kits by participating in her template challenge!

Here is my design from the template supplied...

Heart Topped Box - Front View

Heart Topped Box - Side View

Stamps: Best Yet
Paper: Summer Picnic DSP, Real Red, Whisper White
Ink: Real Red
Accessories:
Real Red 1/2" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, sticky strip

I couldn't believe how well I free-hand drew my smaller heart around my greeting, I am usually not that steady handed or proportionate!

I think this would make a lovely gift on Valentine's Day with some sweet treats, perhaps cherry ripe bars in there! What do you think?

What I was supposed to be making was Animal Bookmarks (see my earlier post of some of these!) in readiness for two markets that my friend Jodyann and I will be holding a stall at! I completely sold out of all the ones I made for the last market.

Oh well, too late tonight to do some more. I am off to bed and will have to get back to making the bookmarks in the next couple of days!

Inventory Clearance Sale - Updated 18 January

Sold Out!

The following item(s) are no longer available as part of the Inventory Clearance Sale:

Item Number Item Name
116376 Jumbo Outline Alphabet stamp set*
111983 Just Riding stamp set*
112370 Wild West Alphabet Stamp Set

*Note: Stamp sets that are no longer available as part of the Inventory Clearance Sale are still available for purchase at the regular price, but customers who purchase them will receive them in the new die-cut configuration.

So if there is anything on the Inventory Clearance list (click here) that you would like to purchase at the discounted price then please contact me today to place your order as this sale ends on 24 January 2010.

Also, don't forget my Stampin' Write Marker Colour Club offer if you would like to have an affordable way of obtaining the full set of Stampin' Write Markers and carry case - click here for more details!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Our 24th Wedding Anniversary

Today is our 24th Wedding Anniversary. My dear husband and I said only this morning that it doesn't seem like it has been 24 years today since we said our vows to one another! So much has happened over those years and we have grown stronger and closer together. We have two beautiful children a 19yo son Dylan (who recently proposed to his girlfriend Sarah, on the beach on bended knee on Christmas Eve - wasn't he romantic?) and a 16yo daughter Emily (who today passed her L2 test, which is the next step in her getting her licence to drive independently) - they grow up so quickly before your eyes!

I wanted to make him an anniversary card and wanted it to be romantic yet have a masculine feel to it, so of course I did a bit of browsing on the internet to get some inspiration. I found this on a site I regularly visit - Splitcoast Stampers - and where I found a card layout by cynthiajs that I liked and which I thought I could adapt to my needs and here it is...

Stamps: Warm Words
Paper: Bella Bleu DSP, Chocolate Chip, Naturals Ivory and Very Vanilla (for the very small flower)
Ink: Chocolate Chip
Accessories:
Chocolate Chip Wide Satin Ribbon, 5-Petal Flower Punch, Spring Bouquet Flower Punch, Circle Fire Rhinestone Brad, snail adhesive and Stampin' Dimensionals, sponge dauber (to ink edges in Chocolate Chip)

I know he will appreciate it as he supports my hobby (although he does feel at times it can take over from other things!) and he loves me anyway!

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy what you see here on my blog. Feel free to leave a comment as I love to get feedback from those who visit here, whether as a regular follower or someone who has been led here by whatever link, search engine or just by chance!

Have a great day and keep on smiling!

Friday, January 8, 2010

Mojo Monday on a Friday!

Sometimes I try to participate in an inspirational challenge called Mojo Monday and so I have decided to try creating something from their first template provided for 2010! Here is my card...

Stamps: Nature's Nest, Voila
Paper: Kaleidoscope Designer Series Paper, Only Orange, Pink Passion, Pixie Pink Whisper White
Ink: Pink Passion, Versamark
Accessories:
Scallop from Blooms Die Cuts (although it is Pumpkin Pie), Scallop Border punch, Snail Adhesive, Sticky Strip, Bone Folder, Sponge, White Gel Pen, Circle Cutter (Creative Memories), Pumpkin Pie 1/2" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Brads

Now time to go to the beach for a quick swim (or should I say paddle as I can't swim!).

Thanks for stopping by!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Stampin' Write Marker Colour Club - UPDATED!

Offer to join extended to 27 January 2010 - two spaces left!

Does your Stampin’ Up!® “Wish List” include the set of 48 dual tip Stampin’ Write Markers with the storage case? Is the purchase price too expensive for you to spend all at once? Now is your time to get them in my special new Colour Club! Interested, then read on...
The Stampin' Write Markers are a great addition to your crafting supplies, coming in each of the colours of the SU! colour families - Bold Brights, Rich Regals, Earth Elements & Soft Subtles - and the horizontal storage case keeps both tips inked evenly. With the Stampin' Write Markers you can colour direct to rubber for a multicoloured image, you can watercolour, you can doodle lines for a casual handrawn style, you can colour in stamped images and with the fine tip you can coordinate your writing and detailing to SU! colours used on your cards or scrapbook layouts!

You can purchase the entire set (with storage case) over a four-month period and get other SU! merchandise at the same time in my Stampin' Write Marker Colour Club, making the purchase price reasonable - only $80 per month! PLUS, once during the 4 months you will receive hostess benefits.

Check out the information below and contact me to join this fun new club!
Please note: We need 4 participants for the club.

The Colour Club will consist of four members and run for a total of four months, January - April 2010, (each person must be willing to make the commitment for the whole four months - $80 each per month). Each of you will be the hostess one time during the club cycle. The hostess month is determined on a first-come, first-served basis, (ie. the first one to sign up will be hostess in January, 2nd to sign up will be in February and so on.). The hostess for that month will get at least $30 in FREE SU! merchandise plus one FREE Level 1 stamp set. Hostesses are welcome to add any supplies they might like to the order, hold a catalogue party to collect more orders or even schedule a workshop for me to demonstrate at (if locally) to increase the sales total and therefore their benefits.

As this Colour Club will run over the period of time that Sale-A-Bration is on you may like to add an additional $20 to your club fee (eg. purchase a set of Neutrals Watercolor Wonder Crayons $20.95 or rub-ons $19.95 or perhaps some Rhinestone Brads $19.95) and receive a FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp set (only available the first three months of the club - January - March)!

Each month you will receive:
  • 1 colour family of Stampin’ Write Markers (12 markers)
  • 1 colour family pkt A4 Cardstock (36 sheets, 3 ea. of 12 colours)
OPTIONAL EXTRA - pay additional $20 for January - March and also receive:
  • 1 FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp set (this is only available in the first 3 months Jan-March, NOT in April)
On your hostess month you will receive:
  • All of the above PLUS:
  • 1 storage/carry case to hold all your Stampin' Write Markers
  • 1 pack of 4 Neutral Stampin' Write Markers (Basic Black, Sahara Sand, Going Gray, Basic Gray)
  • 1 hostess stamp set (of course you can get more by collecting more orders!)
  • At least $30 in hostess dollars to spend in the current Idea Book & Catalogue (make it more by collecting more orders!)
Cost
  • $80 due to me by the 20th of each month (20 January 2010 - 20 April 2010). You may pay by cash, credit card, direct debit or PayPal.
  • This is a four month commitment, once you sign up you must participate in all 4 months!
  • Items will be shipped anywhere in Australia (no overseas participants).
Contact me today to join!

NOTE: If there are not four committed participants by 27 January 2010 any monies received by me for this Colour Club will be fully refunded.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Sale-A-Bration is nearly here!

There are only three weeks until Stampin' Up!®'s biggest promotion of the year--Sale-A-Bration--begins! For those who have experienced Sale-A-Bration before there are four limited release stamp sets on offer so consider placing your order or holding a workshop between 25 January to 31 March 2010 to receive one or more for FREE!

That's right, FREE limited release stamp sets on offer. There are three easy ways to earn FREE stamps!
  1. Spend $100 and earn one FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp set of your choice.
  2. Host a workshop of at least $600 (net sales before shipping & handling) and earn one FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp set in addition to the generous hostess benefits.
  3. Join Stampin' Up!® during Sale-A-Bration and choose a FREE stamp set (excluding hostess sets) from the Idea Book & Catalogue (valued up to $79.95).
There is no limit to the number of FREE Sale-A-Bration stamp sets you can earn - spend $200 and you can choose two sets, with a $600 workshop as well that would equate to three FREE stamp sets!


Sale-A-Bration runs from 25 January to 31 March 2010 so contact me today to book your workshop during that time period and have a fun time stamping with your friends, learning new techniques and earning some lovely products for FREE.

On another note I was surprised but pleased to receive a call earlier this evening from a lady who bought a calendar from our market stall yesterday asking us to hold another next month at an event she is helping organise - we will most likely take up this offer and now need to prepare items for not one but two market stalls next month! So glad I love what I do and that Stampin' Up!® have such good quality products to work with and as a demonstrator I can purchase them at a 20% discount!

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