Can you believe that March is here? And that means it’s the last month for Sale A Bration! Sale-a-bration has been amazing!
Customers are loving the
FREE (exclusive) product for each $50-100 spent
Hosts are loving the
extra host rewards
And new business (and hobby) demos are enjoying an
EXTRA $50 in their kit, plus the option to get a fantastic tote!
YOU taken advantage of these awesome deals yet?
Wow! Stampin’ up! has so many new offerings this month.
You may want to take advantage of them!
Check out these offers:
As of February 15th, Stampin’ Up! has added another round of choices for Sale-A-Bration!
Click the photo to get a PDF flyer of this offering.
Stampin’ Up! announced, starting March 1st, a third release of new level 1 Sale-A-Bration options to choose from! This time they have given you the option of some items from our annual catalog!
Click the photo to be taken to the Sale-A-Bration Level One section of my website.
To help you get the most out of the items that you have earned for FREE, Stampin’ Up! has created some coordination products. They are available for purchase now until March 31st or “while supplies last”.
Click the photo to be taken to the Sale-A-Bration Coordination section on my website.
Paper Pumpkin is turning 6 and they are celebrating by giving their subscribers an extra stamp set in the March kit! Make sure you are signed up by March 10th to get in on this awesome deal!
So many exciting things are happening with Stampin’ Up! I want to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of these amazing deals!
Remember, I’m here to help YOU get the most out of Stampin’ Up!
One of the Sale A Bration items is this beautiful stamp set, Lasting Lily!
There are so many beautiful cards and projects you can create/copy with this elegant stamp set.
You can earn this beautiful stamp set with a qualifying Sale A Bration order. Be
Take a look at this card I recently made for a friend.
I used Gorgeous Grape card stock as well as the 1/4″ matching ribbon Plus the NEW Rectangle Stitched Framelits !!!!!!
I added a few Dimensionals to pop up the message (another Sale A Bration free stamp set -Part of My Story-pg 14) and voila–DONE!
This set is simply lovely and can be used for many occasions.
I just sent out a few Sympathy cards using this with Blushing Bride and Soft Sea Foam card stock… elegant and very appropriate.
Don’t forget –Sale A Bration is a great time to add to your collection of Stampin’ Up! items!
Purchase a little …get rewarded with FREE SaleA Bration items!
Purchase a little more–get a LOT of Sale A Bration items!!!
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Today I want to show you how easy a few card techniques can be used to make a very pretty Stampin’ Up! card!
First I took a piece of Crumb Cake card stock as my base.
Next I took a piece of Crumb Cake ( 1/4′ smaller by length and width of the base) and stamped, in Early Expresso ink, the words “Thank You Kindly” from the Hanging Garden stamp set.
NEXT –magic with the Subtles Embossing Folder!I ( one of MY NEW FAVORITES!)
Take a look at the ‘subtle’ yet textured look of that layer.
Can you see the fine lines? Makes me think of fine wale corduroy.
Next I took a piece of Soft Suede card stock and used the Layering Squares Framelits, with my Big Shot, cut 3 squares.
Then I took a piece of the Frosted Floral DSP ( LOVE the colors and the fine shimmer!!!) and made 3 smaller squares.
Of course I used Snail to adhere all 3 pieces of DSP to the card stock.
Then I arranged the squares on the embossed layer.
To add just a bit of interest, I used 3 enamel shapes in the lower right hand corner.
There you have it…3 easy techniques:
1. Using the Subtles Embossing Folder
2. Using the Layering Squares Framelits
3. Adding a few embellishments.
Three simple ways to make a card –make it YOUR own and send it with love!
You could make a boxed set of these for a gift!
What do you think?
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I just cam back from OnStage in Orlando.
One of the re-visited ideas is to take a look at simpler stamping.
What does THAT mean?
Well, simply, it means to keep your design impressive yet easy..
Here is a card we did at my Monday class.
I LOVE ( I know I’ve said this before, but I do LOVE the Foil -Edged Silver and Gold Paper and envelopes.
They are so easy to use and VERY VERSATILE.
So for this card, I used the Gold Edged Paper and then added a layer of Rich Razzleberry card stock.
Next I cut a piece of the Sweet Soiree DSP ( yes it’s retired but I just had to use it!) and layered it on top.
That paper is gorgeous and it was just enough to give the card some simple elegance.
See how nicely the layer of Rich Razzleberry fits on top of the Gold-Edged card base? Then add the DSP and oh so pretty.
Inside I added a message from the Cake Soiree stamp set –and voila–done deal!
You could use ANY DSP for any occasion. These card and envelope packs are a great deal and fun to use!
What do YOU think?
Now I’m not sure if I’ll be able to control my urges to use more layers and embellishments but every once in a while we’ll do some ‘simple stamping’.
How does that sound to you?
Please let me know your thoughts about simpler, easier stamping.. I aim to please and need YOUR input!
This week I’m in Orlando for our 30 year Stampin’ Up! Celebration convention!
One of the FUN things we do is create cards to swap with other Demonstrators ( over 5000 of us!!!)
This is one Swap card I designed.
I used Gray Granite as the base –such a subtle color –I LOVE it!
The next layer is Coastal Cabana embossed with the Layering Leaves Folder.
Then I took a piece of the Silver Foil card stock and layered Frosted Floral DSP on top of that.
Those papers are soooooo beautiful–one side has a muted shimmery appearance to it. GORGEOUS!
The Silver Foil paper makes the designer paper really POP!
SO I swapped these with my house mates and I’ll show you what I received in return when I’m back in Massachusetts.
I’m SURE I’ll have some gorgeous cards to share with all of you!
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