Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Do you know what day it is???

It's January 5th, which means the start of Stampin' Up!'s awesome annual promotion, Sale-a-Bration, and the start of a new mini catalog!! So what does this mean to you? It's time to earn some FREE products!

During Sale-a-Bration (January 5th through March 31st), for every $50 you spend before tax and shipping, you can earn a free product from the Sale-a-Bration catalog! You can choose from 4 stamp sets, a punch and a designer series paper pad. And for the first time, you can select any stamp set in the Idea Book & Catalog that retails for $15.95 or less (that's over 60 stamp sets!!) as your free product! If you host a $300+ workshop during Sale-a-Bration, you earn another free product in addition to your hostess benefits! And if you sign up to become a demonstrator (with a 15% discount on the starter kit), you also can choose a free stamp set from the Idea Book & Catalog valued up to $47.95! It's a great time to become a demonstrator!! :-)

The new Occasions Mini Catalog has some fantastic new products: stamps (including the new clear-mount option!), punches, ribbons, brads, buttons, embosslits, designer series papers, stencils and MORE! To showcase some of the new products, here are two cards I designed for swapping at Stampin' Up's! Leadership Conference this week!

Now, for those of you who thought they missed out on ordering the fabulous new shimmer paints, don't despair! Because of their popularity, Stampin' Up! is offering them as a write-in product!

116806 Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint $5.95
116854 Frost White Shimmer Paint $5.95
116807 Platinum Shimmer Paint $5.95

So, have I tempted you enough?? Call or email me to place an order, book a workshop or find out more about becoming a demonstrator!

Thanks for stopping by!



Sara said...

Like the hearts silhouetted against the large circle, I'll have to remember this.

Happy New Year

Sara xx

Kathy W said...

I always love seeing your clean simple designs, great inspiration for make and takes

Jana O'Brien said...

Great use of punches and texture!


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