Cards, Sale-A-Bration, Stampin' UP!

Sale-A-Bration Top 5

As I promised a few days ago, I want to share a little more detail about the current Top 5 picks from the Sale-a-Bration offering.   It seems from the last couple of years results that our consumables (paper, embellishments, kits, etc) have been slightly more popular than stamps and dies.

Don’t forget, the Sale-a-Bration products are only available until March 31st, or while supplies last!  Don’t let these amazing products slip through your fingers!

 

Top 5 Sale-A-Bration Items

1.Golden Honey Specialty Designer Series Paper
152311s Black and white imagery with gold foil accents on some designs. Pairs with the Honey Bee Bundle (153792) for more creative options.
2.The Gang’s All Meer Cling Stamp Set (English)
152294s This stamp set is beyond cute! There’s so much you can do with these images, it’s a great set to use the Masking Technique.
3.Lily Impressions Designer Series Paper
152284s Another beautiful collection of Designer Series Paper. Impressionistic images in rich colors make elegant backgrounds and accents. This goes along with another SAB item, the Lovely Lily Pad stamp set, which happens to be # 5 on the Top 5 list!
4.Kerchief Card Kit
152319s Card kits are always popular, for beginners through advanced stampers! This makes 8 cards, 4 each of 2 designs.
5.Lovely Lily Pad Photopolymer Stamp Set
152288s This is a reversible stamp set, meaning that it is made to use BOTH sides of the stamp! And, of course, it is perfect to use with the Lily Pad DSP, and the Lily Pad dies, all of which can be earned FREE while supplies last!
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New Coordination Items Released Today!

If you weren’t already excited about Sale-a-Bration and the new Mini Catalog, here’s some news that will add to the excitement!  Stampin’ UP! has released 6 brand new items that you can purchase to coordinate with products in both the SAB catalog and the Mini Catalog.  But here’s the catch, they are only available while supplies last!  Last year we sold out of some of the die sets very quickly, so I’m suggesting that if there’s something that catches your eye, don’t wait to purchase it!

I created my own document to show you what the new Coordination items match with, I think it’s a little easier visually for you to see it in that format.   You can click on the picture to go directly to my online store!


And don’t forget, Sale-A-Bration is a great time to join my team!  SU! already has a great kit deal, but if you join during SAB, you can get even MORE for the $99 fee!

Stampin’ Up!’s Starter Kit is completely customizable. Build it your way! For just $99 you get:

* Your choice of up to $125 worth of any current Stampin’ Up! products
* A business supply pack valued at $50

That’s a total value of $175 (USD)

 

And during Sale-A-Bration, you get even MORE with your kit!   You get special perks that you won’t see any other time of year. Sign up between now and March 31, and you will receive the mini paper cutter, 6″ x 6″ designer series paper sampler, and your choice of a stamp set*.

*Host stamp sets and SAB stamp sets not included.

 

Look at the great benefits of becoming a Demonstrator!

It’s a great opportunity if you want to pursue your own business, OR, if you are only interested in the discount you receive on our amazing products.  There’s NO obligation at all,  you can stop at any time.

  • Get 20%–25% off all Stampin’ Up! products.
  • Earn additional income based on your sales and recruiting–just how much extra income is up to you.  And recruiting is completely optional, it is NOT a requirement!
  • Set your own schedule and put in as much (or as little) time as you’d like.
  • Get support through online training resources, events, and a demonstrator-only online community with thousands of project ideas.
  • Access to regular promotions, giving you an opportunity to purchase new product before anyone else even sees it.
  • Opportunity to earn incentive trips.
  • Chance to learn creative tips and techniques, share ideas, and come into contact with new friends who love paper crafting as much as you do!
  • And last but not least, you will become a member of my team, the Stamping Campanions!  We have a private Facebook page where we share projects and info as well as have a monthly online meeting to help keep everyone up to date.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, let me know!  I am more than happy to discuss them with you 🙂

Happy Stamping!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Mini Catalog, Birthday Cards, Cards, Sale-A-Bration, Stampin' UP!

January NC Demos Blog Hop – Celebrating!

Welcome to our January NC Demos Blog Hop!  You probably just came from  Ariel Matera’s post, wasn’t it great?  We have such talented demonstrators in our monthly hops.  And we have new participants this month and that is VERY exciting!  If it’s something you’ve been thinking of doing, then please join us!  It’s been a bit more than a year ago that I decided to stop being my own worst critic and actually show some of my creations, lol!  And am I glad I did 🙂

This month’s theme is Celebrating.  Our project could be anything but it had to be centered around a celebration.  And I was thrilled when I saw the theme because one of my favorite Sale-a-Bration sets is Happy Birthday to You.  I really love the cursive font used and I wish there had been a few more sentiments in this set.  And did you know that we are adding a coordinating die set for these stamps?  Woo Hoo, that’s even more reason to love it! Starting Feb., 4th, you will be able to purchase the coordinating dies.   The dies are $27 and there are 5 dies in the set, one die for the entire cake, one that isolates the flowers on the cake, one for a cake stand and 2 other decorative elements (Order #153590).  So if you order the dies along with another $23 in merchandise, you can select the stamp set for FREE!  This is going to be my go-to birthday stamp set for a while 🙂

So, on to my card.    This is another one of those situations where I had the idea in my head, I just wasn’t sure how it was going to look once it was on paper!  I knew I wanted to try using our Pigment Sprinkles in some way on the cake.  Initially I tried using it on the seperate layer of flowers but I didn’t like how that turned out.  So I changed it and added them to the full cake image.  I was much happier with those results.  Our Pigment Sprinkles give you so much variety with little effort.  All I did was to stamp the cake image twice on white shimmer cardstock, using Stazon ink.  One image I cut the full cake and the other I just cut the flowers.  On the full cake image,  I lightly sprayed water on the image and added the sprinkles.  I used a little Melon Mambo and Mango Melody, to coordinate with the colors I used for the flowers.  I focused more on the area that is mostly cake because I was adding a separate layer of the flowers over the image, so it didn’t matter if I got pigment on that part.  And remember, a little goes a long way with this product.   You can see how little I used in the 3rd picture. Then I sprayed a little more water on the pigment.  You don’t want to spray too close to the pigment or it will over saturate the effect.

Next, I used Granny Apple Green, Melon Mambo and Mango Melody markers to color the flowers.  I finished the flowers off with Wink of Stella.  If we ever discontinue that product it will break my heart!  I used my heat gun to make sure the full cake layer was completely dry, then I added the flower layer to it.  Next, I cut off the bottom of the cake stand and added the ornate cake plate cut in Gold Foil.

For my card layer, I used DSP from the new Pleased As Punch collection, another one of the Coordination offerings that you can purchase starting on Feb., 4th.  Then, I ran a piece of vellum through the Scripty Embossing Folder.  Have you ever used Vellum in our embossing folders?  It’s gorgeous, you have to give it a try if you haven’t done it yet!  I used the Stamparatus to stamp the sentiment on the DSP.  It’s the only way I will stamp sentiments anymore.  I know it’s always going to be perfectly straight!

Then it was time to assemble everything.  A little tip for adhering Vellum, I attached the cake image with dimensionals to the vellum piece first.  Then I turned the vellum piece over and only applied glue to the area that the cake image covered.  That way, you don’t see any adhesive anywhere else on the vellum.  And since there was such a large area that the cake covered, there was plenty of adhesive to hold that piece securely on the card front.

I hope you enjoyed my card.  And I suggest you run, not walk to your computer on February 4th and take a look at all the new coordinating items we are offering.  You won’t be disappointed!  You’ll be able to see them in my Online Store, and they will be “while supplies last” so don’t risk the chance of getting your goodies!

Our next blog hopper is  Jo Anne Hewins, and I know you will love her project.  She always inspires me!  Please click on the NC Demos Pic below (or click on her name below in the list) to see her amazing project!  Thanks for stopping by 🙂

Toni Campana YOU ARE HERE!

 

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