10 July 2018

60th Birthday Card

Hello,

One of my dear friends turned 60 on 8th July.  I struggled trying to find a colour to match the Designer Series Paper in her favourite colour - purple, so I decided to use the returning Blackberry Bliss.

I wanted to make something a little different, so opted for the words sixty, rather than numbers.  I'm reasonably happy with the finished card.  The inspiration for my card came from Fiona Bradley.



If you'd like to make this card, here's what you'll need.  The Falling Petals Embossing Folder has retired, but I think this card would work with any embossing folder you prefer.



Falling Petals Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
Falling Petals Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
[142761]
$15.00

If you don't have everything you need to make these cards, and you live anywhere in Australia, I'd be glad to help you.  Just click on the link below the image to take you directly to that item in my store, or use this link to order anything from my online shop.

Of course, you can always email me if you have any questions, or would rather not shop online.

Thanks for visiting today.  Bye for now. 



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3 July 2018

Free assortment of Classic Stamp Pads

I have another exciting promotion for those of you with a large wish list or those who've thought about joining the Stampin' Up! family, but have put it off.

In Australia, you can join for $169 and receive $235 worth of product in your Starter Kit with free shipping on your kit, followed by a 20% discount on your purchases.  Well, from 1st-31st July, 2018 Stampin' Up! is giving you more to tempt you.

You can receive a FREE assortment of Classic Stampin' Pads from one of our Colour Families in addition to your Starter Kit.  Yep, that's right a FREE assortment of Classic Stampin' Pads of your choice!!!

Each Stampin' Pad Family is an assortment of 10 co-ordinating ink pads from one of the following collections:  Brights, Neutrals, Regals, Subtles and the 2017-2020 In Colours (that's the 2017-19 and 2018-20 colours).   Where else would you get a gift worth $117?




Ok I hear you say, "But there has to be a catch." 

Well, there isn't one.  There isn't a requirement to run a business to be a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.  In fact, many Demonstrators initially joined as a hobby to obtain a discount on products and want to be part of a group who share a love of papercrafting. 
And yes, there are some though who wanted to build a business.

Which one are you?  Whatever type of person you think you are I'd be happy to answer your questions, and I've love you to join my team.

Another great thing about being a demonstrator is the opportunity to get a early look at some new products and have the opportunity to pre-order.  For example, the 2018 Holiday Catalogue will be available to demos from 1st July.  That means a demo can start ordering one month earlier than everyone else.

If you live anywhere in Australia, and are interested in getting your hands on a FREE assortment of Classic Stampin' Pads, why not get in touch? You can send me an email or click here to take you to read all about becoming a Demonstrator.

Bye for now,


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2 July 2018

Buy 3 Get 1 Free on selected Designer Series Paper


Last year's DSP promotion was such a success that Stampin' Up! is repeating it!

From 1st - 31st July 2018, you can buy 3 Designer Series Paper products and get 1 for FREE, and is applicable to the papers shown below.  If you have a catalogue, you can find them on Pages 189, 190 and 191.

Best Route Designer Series Paper
Best Route Designer Series Paper
[146897]
$19.25
Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper
Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper
[146921]
$19.25


This is a great time to stock up on your favourite paper.  Why not consider sharing with a friend if you think you wouldn't use all of them?

Bye for now,



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26 June 2018

June 2018 Card Class - Delightfully Detailed Laser-Cut Specialty Paper


My class this month is highlighting the absolutely gorgeous Delightfully Detailed Laser-cut Specialty Paper in the 2018-19 Annual Catalogue.

I wanted to show that the paper can be used for male or female cards.  My inspiration came from Jenny Hall (www.jennyhalldesign.com), Jenny Hayward (www.astampingjourney.wordpress.com) and a card I made at one of Chloe Evans (www.chloscraftcloset.blogspot.com) card classes way back in 2013.




This is what you'll need to make these cards.

Faceted Dots
[146910]
$10.50
Glue Dots
[103683]
$8.00

If you don't have everything you need to make these cards, and you live anywhere in Australia, I'd be glad to help you.  Just click on the link below the image to take you directly to that item in my store, or use this link to order anything from my online shop.

Of course, you can always email me if you have any questions, or would rather not shop online.

Thanks for visiting.  Bye for now.

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18 June 2018

Thank You - Sea of Textures

Don't you just hate having more than one hobby?  I sure do.

I've been so caught up lately with my tracing my and my husband's ancestors, stamping has taken a back seat.  It's the analytical side of me trying to take over -:)

I did find time to make these cards as a thank you for the sale of some of my retired items.  I thought it was a great way to showcase new Stampin' Up! products.


Here's the products I used to make the cards



If you'd like to make these too, but you don't have everything you need, and you live anywhere in Australia, I'd be glad to help you.  Just click the link below the image to take you directly to that item in my store, or use this link to order anything from my online shop.
Of course, you can always email me if you have any questions, or would rather not shop online.

Thanks for visiting.  Bye for now.


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