Thursday, February 21, 2013

Classes Friday 22 and Sunday 24 February

The cards this week are not only very feminine but also very domestic - using doilies and patty cake papers! 

The front white card is a direct CASE from the fabulous Becky Roberts and the other two are a combination of elements from a few different cards I've see online. 

Products used:- All Dressed Up Framelit Dies ($42.95), Flower Trim ($11.95 for 1.6m) and Paper Doilies ($4.95 for 24) from the new seasonal catalogue, Needlepoint Border Embossing Folder ($13.95 for 2).

Techniques used:- Dying Flower Trim with Isocol and reinkers, folding paper doilies and patty papers

10am Friday 22 February and 10am Sunday 24 February (same class)
5 Capricorn Street, Bentley Park
$20 for 3 cards - equipment provided (please BYO adhesives and craft tool kit)
7 seats available per class so please RSVP

Last Week

Want to see what we got up to last Friday? We're trialling a new format for the off-week Friday class. The kit will be made up of DSP papers, co-ordinating cardstock, some embellishments and some cards to copy or inspire you. 

This is what we came up with (I think we managed to copy every card we liked using the Sycamore Sale-A-Bration DSP):- 

Cardmaking Fundraiser for North Queensland Animal Rescue

A fellow SU! Demonstrator, Lauren Colless, is holding a fundraiser for NQ Animal Rescue on 9 March - 9am - 12noon. The cost is $50 for 20 cards. I am going with 4 of my regulars so join us! I'm looking forward to sitting down as a participant and crafting with my gals! 

Welcome Leigh, Debbie and Toni

A few newbies to SU! this week. Welcome to Debbie, Leigh and Toni. 

Toni is scheduled to commence some classes in Gordonvale on 11 March so we spent the day yesterday creating her new blog website (, ordering business cards and making up some advertising flyers. 

Debbie, Leigh and Toni and are now enjoying all of the benefits of joining SU!  

Firstly, they chose $294 worth of products but only paid $169 ... bargain! 

Secondly, they receive an additional 25% off a stamp set of their choice as part of the SU! 25 Year Anniversary celebration ... that's 55% off for them. 

Thirdly, they will receive 30% off their very first order and then an ongoing discount of 20%. 

(I'm going to give up numbering now ...) 

  • They will receive the hostess benefits on their own orders.
  • They will receive a 20% commission on their sales to friends and family
  • They are now part of the exclusive Demonstrator-only  Stampin' Connection on-line community ... plenty of stuff to see there! 
  • Exclusive sneak-peek and pre-purchase of new products
  • The opportunity to earn free stamp sets through the Stampin' Start program
  • Discount on Convention registration fee
  • The ability to run their own Workshops and classes and earn some extra cash
Gotta love that! Welcome ladies! 

Sale-A-Bration continues ...  

22 January - 22 March 2013

The annual Sale-A-Bration promotion  is always a highly anticipated event ... so many free products. This year, it's even better as Stampin' Up! celebrates its 25th anniversary. 

There are so many ways to benefits from the Sale-A-Bration promotion!

Sale-A-Bration + Stampin' Up!'s 25th anniversary = the best time to host a Stampin' Up! party! 
  • Get FREE Silver Glimmer Paper when you host a $300 workshop
  • Get a FREE hostess bundle when you host a $600 workshop
The hostess bundle includes
  • Madison Avenue stamp set
  • Sycamore Street Papers
  • Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack

Love to shop? Me too. Love receiving free stuff? Me too! 

You can select any one product from the Sale-A-Bration brochure for every $100 you spend. This year, you can select stamp sets, a digital kit, ribbons, buttons, a punch, embossing folder ... even some selected items from the annual catalogue. 

View the Sale-A-Bration brochure by clicking here. 

Sale-A-Bration is always a great time to join but, combined with Stampin' Up!'s 25th year anniversary, it's even better! See above for the benefits under Welcome Leigh, Debbie and Toni

Happy days! Hope you're fitting in lots of time at the craft table.

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