It’s Sale-A-Bration time again at Stampin’ Up! and free product is what it’s all about! Every year Stampin’ Up! gives customers, hostesses, and new recruits the opportunity to earn fantastic, FREE, limited-edition stamp sets they’ll enjoy for years to come.
Here’s how Sale-A-Bration works:
When you spend $100 on Stampin’ Up! merchandise, you’ll receive a free Sale-A-Bration reward. There’s no limit-for every $100 you spend, you can select another free Sale-A-Bration reward.
When you host a workshop of at least $600 (before tax and shipping), you’ll receive a free Sale-A-Bration reward-in addition to all of the regular hostess benefits!
During Sale-A-Bration, anyone who joins as a demonstrator can choose any stamp set, a value of up to $79.95, from our current Idea Book and Catalogue!
The Sale-A-Bration promotion starts on 1 January and runs through 29 February so don’t miss your chance to earn free products!
Email me today or call me to learn more.You can view the Sale-A-Bration brochure online, just click on the link.
So that is the Stampin’ Up! news and I have quite a few cards and scrapping layouts to share with you.
Oops almost forgot that there is also a new Summer Mini Catalogue to check out and you can see them both on the Stampin’ Up website – www.stampinup.com
Now here are some cards I have made recently.
This card is made using Chocolate Chip, Tempting Turquoise and Whisper White cardstock, stamp sets include Best Bar Codes from the Summer Mini and Eat Cake. I have embossed the Bar Code Happy Birthday image in silver and have also used some of the scrumptious wide grosgrain ribbon in Chocolate Chip. If you would like to have more information about any of these products or how I made this card please contact me.
Once again I have used the Eat Cake stamp set for this Birthday card for my friend Dana, we figured out last night that we have known each other for about 15 years – time has surely flown by! I have used Basic Black, Almost Amethyst and Whisper White cardstock and some gorgeous silver cord. I have used my trusty Stampin’ Up! Heat Tool and Silver embossing powder. I also stamped the cake image on the envelope. The Happy Birthday is from the Happy Everything stamp set – a very versatile set that covers so many occasions.
The following card has been made using a set that we received as a Thank you from Stampin’ Up! It was a lovely surprise and came with a lovely note from our cofounder and CEO Shelli Gardner.
The set is called Time Well Spent and will be available in our next catalogue. I have coloured the stamps in using the Stampin’ Write Markers in Bold Brights. This allowed me to easily colour all the letters different colours. I have used Cool Carribean and Whisper White cardstock. I also used Red gingham and Red grosgrain ribbon.
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The following layouts I completed whilst on a girls scrapping weekend way back at the end of November, hope you like them!