Online Extravaganza only happens once a year so be sure to make the most of it. For one week only, 21-28 November, you can save up to 40% on select products. To sweeten the deals, we will be having 24-hour sales on the first and last day of the promotion, featuring special products available for that day only. You can even get a sneak peek AND save on products that will be on the future holiday catalogue retiring list. You won’t want anyone to miss out on this great opportunity to stock up and save!
Check out this link to see all the amazing products that are marked down.
Please note that some items are only marked down for 24 hours ONLY!!!
So if you see something you LOVE then you need to purchase, as these amazing deals won’t last. All purchases can be made online at my personal Stampin’ Up! store.
As part of Stampin’ Up!’s 10-year anniversary celebration, we are offering something special to all crafting lovers. For a limited time, you can purchase a collapsible, gold polka dot scrap bin. This Stampin’ Up!-branded scrap bin was designed exclusively to mark this special occasion and is so cute that it will stand out on your craft table or in your office for all the right reasons. We know that when you craft you always have rubbish, so why not dispose of it in something eye-catching and fun.
Although only available for purchase by demonstrators, the scrap bins are covered under the cash and carry policy. So if you too want your very own 10-year anniversary collapsable scrap bin contact me today via text or email and I will order them for you.
Back in December my upline Michelle Zahra held a Christmas party for her team and customers. As part of the party we all had to make a Christmas card to give away as a secret santa present.
This is what I made for my card.
I used small red crystals on the tree as baubles. I even used my new Chevron punch on this card for the very first time.
I really love this card although it was a bit time consuming.
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During December one of the young girls at work turned 21. Seeing as this is such a milestone birthday my supervisor asked me to make a card to help celebrate Christa’s birthday.
I love this card and how effective it looks. I got the idea for this card from Fran Sabad and just mixed it up a bit with different DSP etc.
I decided to go with classic black & white with hints of silver for a bit of glam.
This is the front of the card, I used the pop n cuts die base and the matching frame insert. I silver embossed the Happy Birthday on the front of the card and punched out the stars from silver glimmer paper.
This card really sparkles in real life.
The Happy Birthday on the inside of the card is also embossed with silver embossing powder. I love the circle of silver stars they really look fantastic.
All the girls at work loved the card, especially Christa, which was a lovely feeling.
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Just wanted to pop in and let you know that I am still blogging, but have just been really slack. Well actually it’s more like I have been really really busy. I have had a house-full of guests this past week or so. Firstly my dad and his partner Lyn came up from Northern NSW to visit for a week. It was lovely to see them again as it can be a long time between visits. Then literally a day later my cousin came to stay for a week while she was studying here in Cairns.
This past weekend I attended a two day stamping retreat which my wonderful, talented friend Sally held. I had a fantastic time with a lovely bunch of girls who all seemed to thoroughly enjoy themselves. I will post photos of the retreat and my creations in a later post. This retreat has really got me fired up for the next retreat I am attending in September….it can’t come soon enough. 🙂
Thanks for sticking with me even though I post so irregularly.
See you soon.