Nov 22, 2010

A Simply Amazing Deal

Hi my blog friends! Sorry it's been so long since I visited... It has been a very busy (but lots of fun) couple of weeks.
I have something very cool to share with you today... If you love Stampin' Up products then you just have to take a look at this...
For just one more week, SU is offering new demonstrators an incredible deal... 50% off the starter kit. That's over $300 worth of supplies for just $87.50!
Seriously... check this out...
You'll receive:
Fun & Fast Notes Stamp Set - $33.95
I {Heart} Hearts Stamp Set (clear mount) $18.95
For All You Do Stamp Set - $28.95
So Many Thanks Stamp Set - $5.65 (you save $2.30)
Fast Flowers Stampin' Around Wheel - FREE
Stampin Around Self-Ink Handle - FREE
Uninked wheel Cartridge - FREE
Clear Block C - FREE
Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack - FREE
Assorted Color Smooth Card Stock - FREE
Whisper White Card Stock -FREE
5/8" Satin Ribbon - FREE
VersMark Pad - FREE
FOUR Classic Ink Pads - FREE
TWO Stampin' Write Markers - FREE
Blender Pen - FREE
Classic Ink Refill - FREE
Snail Adhesive - FREE
Stampin' Mist - FREE
Small Songbird Tile Decor Elements - FREE
Stampin' Sponge - FREE
Stampin' Dimensionals - FREE
Decor Applicator Tool - FREE
Plus you'll receive all the business supplies and catalogs you'll need. Seriously this is an absolutely amazing deal and the beauty of a Stampin' Up business is you can do as little or as much as you want!
Of course as a member of my team you'll be invited to my downline Christmas Party on Dec. 8 where we will be stamping, swapping and chatting ourselves silly (of course there will likely be a present, too!).
So don't hesitate to send me an e-mail or give me a call if you have questions. But let me tell you that in five years I think this is the absolutely best deal ever given to new recruits. If you are ready to sign up now... head to my Web site and use the password "pitta padders".
I'm so excited to help some new friends get off to a great start with their own Stampin' Up business. It has done so many great things for my life that I can't help but want to share that with you!
On a side note, if you are into digital scrapbooking you can select the digital starter kit that includes the My Digital Studio software. I used the My Digital Studio software to create the scrapbook page shown today. It's very fun if I do say so myself (although I still love my paper in glue best :)
I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for stopping by today.

Nov 10, 2010

I miss the sun....

I'm am so tired of rain. I actually like rainy days most of the time... especially if I can stay at home in my pjs. :)
However, last night Matt and I were trying to figure out the last time the sun was out ... and we could not remember! I'm lucky that today is my day off so I don't have to go out in the windy, wet world today (actually I do have to go to the dump later -- such fun!), but I had such a hard time getting up this morning. If a VERY loud truck hadn't stopped outside the house about an hour ago I might still be sleeping!
And you know what... on these rainy days I find it very difficult, though, to stay away from the afternoon nap! :)
Anyway, I selected a bright, cheery card to share with you today. This is one of the cards I made at the crop a few weeks ago. I used my big shot and the flower burst embosslit to make the flowers. I also cut my Old Olive striped ribbon in half so the edges would fray -- I loved how it looks. There's actually not a whole lot of stamping on this one -- I stamped the bottom with the circles from the Apple Blossom Level 2 hostess set (LOVE!). I also used the "just a little note" stamp from that set. I had to add the "thanks so much" tag that I made with my tiny tags stamp set and the jewelry tag punch. Love those tiny little tags, too.
Well, I have to get to work today... I've got two workshops this weekend plus several classes next week to prepare for and my annual trek to the Crazy For Croppin' scrapbooking weekend next week!
Have a great Wednesday...

Nov 7, 2010

Hmmm... what to share today?

Happy Sunday morning with an extra hour of sleep to you! I am very thankful it was daylight savings time last night as I stayed up until 2 a.m.! So that extra hour came in very handy this morning. :)
I'm excited that I have a workshop with one of my dearest friends today. It should be lots of fun. We are doing Christmas projects of course, but I thought I'd share this little cutie I made at the crop a few weekends ago.
It uses the Pun Fun stamp set -- it's an oldie, but really is a good one. This cute little lamb image says "Thank Ewe" -- cute, huh?
I of course had to add some glitter to his wool and layered on some fun Rich Razzleberry cardstock -- I'm not usually a big purple fan, but this card really struck my fancy. I sent it to one of the lucky online shoppers last month. That's just one of the little perks of ordering from my online Web site... I send you a little thank you card and guess what? I don't even write in it -- I usually write on a Post It note so you can take it off and use the card yourself! I'm so thoughtful, right? ;)
Well I must go get dressed and pack up the car for the road trip... Have a fabulous Sunday!

Nov 3, 2010

'Tis the Season

Greetings blog friends (that sounds like I'm a martian or something!)...
Anyway, I hope the morning of mid-week Wednesday finds you doing well. I am busy, busy, busy preparing for LOTS of upcoming events! I'm talking workshops, scrapbooking crops, classes, and craft fairs! All within the next three weeks. It's all good.
I'm so happy that my business has really been booming this year -- I hope it continues into 2011.
Believe it or not, when I was deciding what to post today I found myself thinking, "Oh I should post these Christmas cards soon because it's getting late in the season." Really? It's only Nov. 3! As I mentioned in this post, though, I tend to get way ahead of myself with the seasons.... I'm already thinking about Valentine's Day!
Oh well. Today's card is one of my favorite of this year. It includes our new Deck the Hall fabric (the scallop edge under the ribbon). It also has lots and lots of layers, which is always fun. I used the Winter Post stamp set (another one of my favorites!)
Colors on this one are Cherry Cobbler, Always Artichoke and Very Vanilla - classic, I think... what about you?
Well, I'm off to cut up a storm in the stamp room -- got three workshops to prepare for THIS week! Yipee!
Thanks for stopping by...
P.S. I haven't forgotten about showing you the crafty care package I awarded a week or so ago (Congratulations Mary B -- It's on the way soon!)... I will show you all the goodness soon!
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