Are you ready to save up to 80% off!! And there are plenty of products from the current Holiday Catalogue reduced, like the All is Calm snowflake embellishments (love them!!), the All is Calm specialty designer series paper, embossing folders, die’s, paper, ribbon and lots more.
Just go to my online store, here and shop away. Make sure you quote hostess code PG6F4YT4, so that you can do into the draw to win a surprise from the new Occasions catalogue which starts on 5 January.
It’s been a busy time here the last few weeks, as I have madly been preparing for a market. But now that’s all done and dusted and it’s time to get back into blogging.
Today is the first day of a fabulous Bonus special that Stampin’ Up! have started for just this week only, up to 2 December.
You can purchase the starter kit for only $126.75 as there is a bonus 25% discount at the moment!!! How great is that!! You can still choose $235 worth of awesome product and you will save $109. You will also receive all the usual starter kit goodies, including a business pack of catalogues and other bits and bobs. You will receive a 20% discount on your future orders, an extra 10% of your first qualifying order within 45 days of joining AND an extra 5% cash back on your December commissionable orders.
You could order a Big Shot, a set of framelits and 3 embossing folders for only $126.75!! Geez, I’m tempted!!
If you are interested in joining my team of fellow Addicts, please contact me at email@example.com or call me on 0408 193 792.
Or join up here!! You will need your credit card and know what you would like in your starter kit.
What a great special!! Hope to hear from you soon,
Yes, today is the day that you can start making your scrapbooking life so much easier!! Stampin’ Up! have partnered with Becky Higgins Project Life to bring us the most amazing line of co-ordinating products!!
From today, you can purchase the Everyday Adventure Project Life Card Collection, the matching accessory pack, journaling pens, corner punch, cards and labels framelits (woo hoo), a variety pack 12″ x 12″ Project Life photo pocket pages, and of course the Day to Day Photopolymer Stamp set and Point & Click Photopolymer stamp set.
It’s such an easy system to use. You just slip your photos into the pockets, add a couple of cards, do a spot of journalling and voila, you’re done!! Of course, if you want to do more, there’s lots to choose from. I like the accessory packs as it gives you a few choices but not too many.
Here’s a video by Shelli Gardiner and Becky Higgins about Project Life. I have to agree with Becky that one of the main reasons I don’t do much scrapbooking as it becomes too much for me. And that’s why Project Life suits me to a T.
If you would like to order any of these great products, just go to my online store, here or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or would you like to receive a discount on all future purchases of Project Life? You can join my team of Paper and Stamps Addicts for only $85 this month and receive $90 worth of products. If you would like to know more about becoming a demonstrator, please contact me at email@example.com or if you are keen, you can sign up online here.
Of course, the usual joining option still applies, so for $169, you can choose $235 worth of products!!
I’m about to dive into my first page, so I’ll be sharing it soon.
On 17 May, my downline and friend, Margaret and I held an Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea event. Well, actually we did an afternoon tea, but it still counts!!
We had a great time!! We had a goody bag for everyone on arrival. Stampin’ Up! kindly donated a box of products which we used as part of a silent auction. Margaret and I each created 2 projects and the ladies enjoyed making them.
And mostly importantly, we raised nearly $800!! And if you would still like to donate, you can go to my fundraising page with the Cancer Council here.
Here’s some photos from the day. If you would like to view more, you can check out my Facebook album, here.
This is me!!
The awesome Margaret!!
Greeting our guests at the entrance.
Greeting our guests at the entrance.
Our helpers, Helen and Caroline!! Thanks girls!!
The room at the Jimboomba Community
A big thank you to everyone who came and helped us to support an amazing cause. I’d also like to say a big thank you to my friend, David Budge for doing the photography. You can contact David at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0499 68 950.
Here’s a great way for those who aren’t crafty to impress your friends!! Stampin’ Up! have partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation and have created a great set of 10 pre-made cards for you to purchase and impress your friends with!!
For $19 you will receive 10 cards, 5 birthday and 5 thank you cards and 10 envelopes. $10 will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. To purchase, just click here and shop away!!
I hope you can support a great cause.
As you may know, I work with my fabulous sister, Sue, on a series of Christian Women’s conferences called She is.. You can check out the website here for this year’s dates! Each year, we have a different theme, and this year’s theme is Hope.
We also work hard to make sure the decorations are beautiful and make the ladies feel special. So, I have been madly making roses for our table decorations. Luckily, Stampin’ Up! have made this easy (or should I say easier!!) by bringing out the Spiral Roses die. So far, I’ve made 200 roses but I’ve still got about 400 to go!! The things we do for Love!!
Our first conference was at Biloela, just last weekend. I didn’t get to go but I got the girls to take a picture of my roses. My sister and my mum painted lots of jars and they look so pretty!!
So I cut out lots of roses using the spiral roses die in every shade of pink that Stampin’ Up! has. I then used the bone folder to break the fibers of the card stock and make it easier to roll the flower. I use a pair of tweezers to start off rolling the flower but I take it out part the way through otherwise you tend to roll it too tightly. I found that if I rolled them and left it for a day before sticking the base down, I got a nicer rose. Otherwise I got a few rosebuds!! To stick the base, I put a strip of sticky strip as it holds really well. I found glue to be messy and took too long to stick, and snail just doesn’t hold enough.
I used the Blossom punch to create the petals. I then used the bone folder to curl the petals. I punched a small hole in the middle so that the stem of florist wire could be poked through and then hot glued it all together.
Repeat 600 times and I’m done!!
Finally!! The Australian market is getting Photopolymer stamps!!! They will be in the next main catalogue which is out on 1 July. But so we can get a taste of it, Stampin’ Up! have released 2 special sets for the month of May to give us a taste.
Click on here to go to my Specials page to see the fabulous stamps set you can get in Photopolymer. And then you can go to my online store, here, and purchase them!!
If you purchase the 2 sets, you will receive a free class! Yes, I said free!! I’ve just bought mine and it looks fabulous. Now I just need the sets to arrive in the post!!
Here’s a video from Stampin’ Up! and the lovely Shannon West, showing how they work.