We are at the official Halfway Point to yet another great Sale-A-Bration. I don’t remember exactly what year Stampin’ Up! started this promotion….but it was way back (of course back when there was no embossing gun and no 48 of our own colors – you spent $50 and picked a free ONE wooden stamp for $1!)…..but I would guess that this is at least my 20th!
It has been a few years now that we have also included more months AND added the “Part Two”…..this year we will get another new feature starting on March 1. At least it keeps my aging brain active, lol.
I would say this is my favorite of the 3 new selections….but then, it’s the only part I have played with! Stampers are often fickle and what we are using is our current fave!
Here is Sale-A-Bration part 2 (which starts FEBRUARY 15)
The first few videos I will show you use the “free with $100” purchase (simply because I don’t want the Designer Series Paper to run out later and you be sad you missed it!) The paper is stunning – but then, so are the stamps!
In today’s card, I didn’t even use the paper (but it’s a part 2 card, the other part will be the next video upload). The Pine Cone image is just calling out to be used with the Buffalo Check, no?
Place any sized order on my webstore
and enter the Host Code HASY3JTT at checkout and you will get a pack of Pearlized Doilies with your Thank You Card!
If your order is over $100 you will also receive a pack of the Basic Adhesive Backed Sequins!
A $100 order is also what qualifies you to get the Painted Seasons Bundle (stamp set AND paper!) free. Now through the end of February, if you select this bundle as your freebie from me and use the Host Code at checkout – you will get the above thank you gifts AND the supplies (cardstock, ribbon, embellishments and PDF to make 3 cards using your new Bundle!) It’s a little like an online class – the projects will have videos (they will not be private) and unlike an online class you may need to purchase the additional ink/etc to do your projects. You can refer to the colors used (also shown in today’s video) for an idea of what the projects will feature.