Did you fall in love with these little frogs back in January when Sale-A-Bration began? At our On Stage event in Orlando in November, the demonstrator who presented the set gave one of the funniest demonstrations ever as she did her project. We were in stitches.
I liked the set – but the first time I used it – the ONLY part I was even willing to try to cut out was the little crown. I mean, I didn’t want to amputate one of the poor fellas.
Then – Stampin’ Up! introduced the wonder that is March Sale-a-bration Coordination! If you want, you can get the DIES that will now cut out the frogs for you (and even those tiny little flies!) opening up endless options for what you can now do with the set. And keep all arms and legs intact!
Because the STAMP SET IS FREE – you can get the “bundle” of stamps AND dies for just $27. Well, technically you need to spend $50 to get the Stamps free – add the word set (that I also used on the card) and you are up to $44. Just a couple of blends, or card stock, or a Stella – so easy to get this inexpensive bundle!
The set comes with words itself, but the More Than Words set is designed to be used with several of the SAB sets. I used it with the Cupcakes AND my Christmas Deer card. It is really versatile. Who doesn’t always need more sentiments?
This is a camp card and while at camp we will be making the special motion pop up part of the card as well! When my new website launches (we are now in the days to launch time frame!) it will include a password protected page for my customers and downline for special treats where they get additional video and pdf instructions for things like this pop up!
When you place an order via my online store in March and use the Host Code UBCYMET9 at check out – you will receive a packet of metallic brads with your Thank You Card!
Here is what you need to make the card:
If you are interested in attending either my March Camp, or our upcoming demonstrator event – in the Indianapolis area – make sure to sign up to be on my email list! There will also be a mailed version of our demonstrator event – you can get details for that on our Facebook page.