Last Week for Sale-A-Bration

Just a reminder to everyone… we have just one more week left for Sale-A-Bration!!

Last chance to earn free Sale-A-Bration sets: Get one free for every $50 in purchases.

Last chance to sign up as a demonstrator and get the Starter Kit at a 15% discount, as well as any free stamp set from the catalog! If you’re worried about the initial cost ($169 for over $335 of products), Stampin’ Up! is offering a Three Payment plan. You pay 1/3 of the cost up front, as well as any taxes. Then you will be billed for the next installments in one month increments. Sounds like fun, right? If you are interested, contact me soon. Sign up under the three payment plan requires you to submit paperwork to Stampin’ Up! offices. The starter kit discount (plus extra stamp set offer) ends March 31. The three payment plan offer ends April 30.

If you are interested in signing up as a demonstrator or placing a last Sale-A-Bration order, contact me today. Pick times are about 1 day right now, so orders will reach you in no time. Mine just did. 🙂

Did you know:

  • The Manhattan Flower Textured Impressions Die is now available? It’s listed on page 202 of the current catalog, item number 114517. It gives a deep impression on your cardstock and the samples I’ve seen are really cool. It is intended to coordinate with the Fifth Avenue Floral stamp set, Urban Oasis Designer Series Paper, and Manhattan Flower Decor Elements.
  • The Extended Premium Crease Pad is coming soon? This is a crease pad designed for your Bigz XL dies with crease lines. Some machines have a tighter tolerance, so some of your crease lines may cut. If so, this is the product for you. I’m anxiously awaiting this product because I need to use it on multiple dies. I’ll let you know when it becomes available. If you need a workaround for now, contact me.
  • Stampin’ Up! carries decor stencils? Their new Decor Elements line also includes stencils that you can use on your walls, or other surfaces such as fabric and your paper crafts. There are designs that match the flourish in the stamp set Friends 24/7 (page 81) and the images in Cheep Talk (page 90). I’ve seen samples of the flourish stencil on cards and they look really neat! To view the brochure online, click here.
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