Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Online Savings!


20% - 30% - 40% - 50%
Save Now!

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It's a Stampin' Up! Online Extravaganza!

*  Stamps
*  Ribbon
*  Punches
*  Buttons
*  and so much more!


These and products and dozens of others are available this week only at 20% - 50% off the regular price!


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Monday, November 23, 2015

Online Extravaganza Begins!

TODAY ONLY!  

DESIGNER SERIES PAPER - BUY 3 GET 1 FREE!!
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Sale prices available through November 30th while supplies last. Don't miss out, make your purchase now!



Saturday, November 21, 2015

Save Up To 50%! Starts Monday!


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STARTS MONDAY November 23 Save up to 50 percent on select products during the Stampin’ Up! week-long Online Extravaganza!  To make it even better, there will be flash sales that last 24 hours onNovember 23 and November 30, the first and last days of the Online Extravaganza.
But, remember:  Online Extravaganza savings are only while supplies last, so get them while you can!  SALE ENDS NOV. 30.  

CLICK TO SEE WHAT WILL BE ON SALE!  


IMPORTANT DETAILS TO NOTE:
  • Past Paper Pumpkin kits and kit refills in Online Extravaganza are available for purchase by subscribers and non-subscribers.
  • You must use bundle item codes provided for Online Extravaganza. Discounts will not be applied if individual component item numbers are entered separately. Bundles featured in Online Extravaganza will exist only during Online Extravaganza.
  • There is no minimum purchase necessary for Online Extravaganza. Discounts will range from 20 to 50 percent.
  • Additional products from current catalogs may be purchased on the same order.  Don’t forget to check the holiday catalog retiring products list15% off bundlesweekly deals and clearance!

Monday, November 16, 2015

Onstage Local

Hi all,

What a fun day I had yesterday. Because Stampin' Up! is now a global company, the way in which the demonstrator gatherings are being held has changed. Yesterday, demonstrators throughout the world got together for learning, stamping, friendship and seeing the new product catalogs that will be available 1/1. The main gathering was held in Brussels, Belgium, but I was fortunate because one of the six US gatherings was held in Milwaukee. I was very surprised to learn that the Milwaukee gathering had the most attendees!

The day was great in that I also make a new SU! friend. Through the magic of our Pals Facebook group, I met Natalie Bush from Shell Lake, WI and invited her to spend the weekend with me. We had a great weekend getting to know each other. At the event, I was also able to meet a fellow Pals Bobbi Lang Lewis from Michigan and Marines Hesslau from Illinois. We partnered with Lisa Pretto's InkBig group for a card swap and had a wonderful time! I brought home 3 new stamp sets and a package of DSP, 4 make 'n takes, several Stampin' Up! logo items, the Watercolor Wishes card kit from the very generous Lisa  Pretto and lots of great memories.

My one adventure of the day was getting locked into a bathroom stall! After struggling for about 2 minutes on my own, I asked for help. I think there were 5 women on the other side of door pulling and tugging - talk about an embarrassing moment! About five minutes later, someone grabbed the bottom of the door and voila, it popped right open. I profusely thanked my rescuers and headed back to my table, I overheard stampers informing others to stay away from that stall! Never a dull moment!!!

After enjoying breakfast with Natalie that consisted of french toast from my homemade cinnamon bread - yum, Natalie left for home and I headed to my craft table

I have two birthdays this week for special guys in my life. I CASEd this card from Pinterest and just love it! I know the leaves are off the trees, but until the snow is piled outside, I will continue to use this great stamp set!
I don't have the corrugated paper, so scored a piece of crumb cake at 1/8" intervals prior to cutting it with the framelit. I do love all of the texture in this card, don't you? Please leave a comment and let me know what you think!

As soon as I'm able, I'll share projects with the newest SU! products - you're going to love them!

Thanks for stopping, have a great week!

Sue