Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Sale-a-bration is here!

Yay!!!!  I LOVE Sale-a-bration!  Stampin' Up's best promotion of the year!  So great!  And, of course, the artistic staff at Stampin' Up have outdone themselves again with fabulous new (and exclusive) products!

I have to admit, I've been in my post-Christmas slump and have found it very difficult to get back into the swing of things.  But this week I forced myself to clean up my work space and pull out some of the new products that have been sitting begging to be used.  This little elephant has been calling my name and finally saw some ink a couple of days ago.

Patterned Occasions on Sycamore Street DSP

Isn't he (or she) cute?!
So cute! I particularly like the flower he's holding.  And he was FREE!  That's the best part!!!!  There are 3 ways to take advantage of Sale-a-bration:

1. Purchasing power -- for every $60 of Stampin' Up product you purchase you'll get to choose one Sale-a-bration item FREE! There are many exclusive stamp sets, punches, designer series paper packs and more for you to choose from. And the more you purchase the more you get free!!!! Check out the attached brochure or go to for more info.
2. Host a party! Every hostess will receive a package of Silver Glimmer Paper and have a chance to earn an exclusive Sale-a-bration bundle. Contact me to book your workshop!!!!
3. "Join" the Stampin' Up family! Don't worry, you won't be signing your life away....but during Sale-a-bration if you purchase the fully customizable Starter Kit you will get 25% MORE product. That's right, for just $125 (NO SHIPPING OR TAX) you will get $194 in product! Pretty great!!!! Contact me for more details.
Here are the products I used for this card:
Stamps:  Patterned Occasions (Sale-a-bration)
Ink:  Island Indigo, Pool Party, Summer Starfruit and Tangerine Tango
Paper:  Pool Party, Island Indigo, Whisper White, Tangerine Tango and Sycamore Street DSP (Sale-a-bration).
Other:  Stripes TIEF
Happy Stamping!

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