WOW! Look at all the goodies that you can get in your starter kit. Even better, you actually choose what you want!
Sale-a-bration is a great time to join as you for £99 you receive;
£130 of product of YOUR choice - so it can be stamps, cardstock, pretty papers, inks, accessories - the list is endless, excl SAB items
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A free business kit - including catalogues to share with family and friends
PLUS during Sale-a-bration only you get to choose 2 stamp sets of YOUR choice!
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We've all been a bit under the weather in our house this last week so apart from some essential crafting (always need to give a handcrafted Birthday card!) I've not had time to play with this set!
This is one of the sets you can get for free is you spend £45 excl pp. It comes in both clear mount (which actually clear but mounts onto clear blocks purchased separately) or Wood (which comes with wood blocks)
This set has been amazingly popular, I think that it suits the teenage market fantastically - plus other ages too.
Check back later to see some creations I've made with this set.
Welcome to the first Global Stamping Friends bloghop of 2018 - we are still going strong and this hop will be a great one for sure.
Well the time is finally here! Sale-a-bration and the new Spring/Summer catalogue.
There are lots of new products in the Spring/Summer catalogue but also some returning favourites! I have focused on those as I am still waiting for my new goodies to arrive (sad me!)
But I am delighted that the mini pizza boxes have carried over. These were a hit at Christmas and I made them to hold both notecards, mini cards as well as tags.
This time I've CASED an idea from Kelly Kent to use it with a calendar with notelets - how cool is that? Wish I worked in a an office so I could have it sitting on my desk.
I stamped each of the notelets individually, you could have lots of fun with lots of different designs but I went with the Orchard stamp, from the Climbing Orchard stamp set- just beautiful. The sentiment is from the same stamp set.
I taped down the sides of the lid and then covered with a piece of card stock to make a border for the calendar. I thought it just made it a bit neater when opened.
I hope that you liked this little project with one of the carried over items into new catalogue and please help hop along to see the amazing projects from my fellow demonstrators around the world.
Hop over and see Lisa's fantastic project by clicking the next arrow.
It's that time again for the Global Stamping Friends bloghop - Welcome.
This hop will feature lots of festive celebration projects, so hopefully you will find something that meets your festive needs whatever they may be.
I chose to do two types of crackers, a large one to hold a gift and some smaller ones to hold sweeties or small toys perhaps.
This first cracker is simple to make and uses the Envelope Punch Board, an invaluable tool that you'll want to get if you don't have one.
These are really simple to make. It's matter of scoring, punching with the EPB and a bit of glueing and decorating as you with.
The second is based on a project by Kim Fee, a fellow Stampin' Up! demonstrator. I loved this cracker last year and adore it this year with the Year of Cheer Designer Series Paper - it's a retiring product so get yourself some before it sells out. I also love the Pretty Pines Thinlits, they are been around for a while but new for me and I just wish I'd gotten them sooner!
It opens up to reveal a small compartment which think would be ideal for a little piece of jewellery! I heat embossed the sentiment with Fresh Fig and clear embossing powder - the photo doesn't do it justice,
It is simple to make and Kim has a video on her page here.
I'll post written dimensions shortly, but want you to be able to enjoy all the other amazing creations on the hop first.
Please hop over to see Anita's amazing project.
If you get a little bit lost along the way please use the list below: