Yes it's the time of year that Stampin' Up! fans wait for. FREE STAMPS for anyone spending £45 (before postage charges) Yes for each £45 spend between 30th December and 28th February 2011 you can choose from the following limited edition sets.
SO HAPPY FOR YOU
Aren't they all just gorgeous. I want them all....... If you are like me and can't make up your mind which set to have then how about hosting a party. Invite friends, family and neighbours into your home to show them this fantastic offer. I will come along and give you all a fun time playing along with these fantastic products. If your party attracts sales of £300 (before postage) you as the hostess get to choose one set free. What are you waiting for.... Contact me today to book your date (don't leave it too long as dates are already filling up fast) or if you wish to place an order.
Over the next few days I will be posting some cards made with these SAB stamps so make sure you pop back soon.
I haven't blogged for a while and I do apologise for that. Life has been a bit manic the last month. I have been working hard doing workshops because so many people want to get their hands on the FREE Sale-a-bration stamp sets. REMINDER: You only have 5 days left to get yours. After this date they won't be available. Contact me with your qualifying order as soon as possible.
I have also been working hard on my new venture. A website called Demo Fairy to create and sell business tools to help other demos. Pop over and have a look. The items for sale on there are not just useful for demo's, Stampin' Up! fans can benefit from the tools as well. For example today I have added a PUNCH SAMPLER.
This a great tool to use to choose a punch suitable for an image if there isn't a co-ordinating punch available. The squares are 3.5" x 3.5" vellum and the shape punched then laminated. This makes them durable and cleanable. Each shape is placed onto a 2" book ring so can be taken off the ring if required.
By using the vellum, you can place the shape over your image to find out which punch is most suitable to use.
I am now off to do some crafting so do come back soon to hopefully see one or two new creations. LOL