Sale-a-bration Finale – 1 week left!

How does a 3 month long event go so quickly??  Wow!  How we’re already almost on the 4th month of 2010 baffles me.

Anywho …

This also means the end of Sale-a-bration is near!  You still have until March 31st to earn your favorite goodies, so act quickly!

Don’t remember how? That’s okay!  I’m here to remind — that’s what I do. :)

1) For every $50 spent, you get a FREE item from the Sale-a-bration brochure.  FREE!  Whee!  So if you’ve been waiting for a good time to buy some favorite goodies on your wishlist, this is a great time.  Why not get some free things, after all.  Plus, you have over 80 items to choose from!  Wow, huh?  (That includes a new punch or a paper pack in addition to stamp choices.)  Check out the brochure here.

2) Another way to earn a free item is to have a workshop totaling $300.  Okay, so there isn’t much time to schedule and plan a workshop in the next week, right?  Right — but there is time to collect orders from a group of friends or submit your own large order.  Just imagine if you did place a $300 yourself … all of your goodies PLUS 7 free Sale-a-bration items?  Whoo!  Anyone feel like spoiling yourself?? :)

3) Now really is THE TIME to sign up as a demonstrator.  Haven’t even considered it?  Well, consider it! :)   Just for a second … it’s not so far-fetched now, is it?  Having your own discount?  Time with friends?  Making some money?  Take a minute to check out a few of these resources (click here) and think about the fun you would have on my team. :)   I love my job.  I truly, truly do.  And if you buy the starter kit during Sale-a-Bration, you not only get 15% off the kit (with an option of the standard kit or a digital kit), you also get a bonus free stamp set of your choice. (Up to $47,95!)  Not bad, eh?

The following are all sample made with Sale-a-bration items that you can earn!  None of these are made by me, but by talented fellow demos.

sab_preorder_004Julie Davisonsab_preorder_007Julie Davisonsab_preorder_008Jean Goodmansab_preorder_012

Jean Goodmansab_preorder_019Kathy Ropersab_preorder_030Julie Davison

Cute!  Take a peek at more promotions and my online store here, or email me with any questions!

Laura :)

I love … you!

Have to be quick … just wanted to post a random card.

i-love-you

Not sure about this one and how it turned out, but there are elements that I like about it! :)

Some basic ingredients on this one: Things I Love stamp set, small heart punch, scallop circle punch, wide oval punch, 3/4″ circle punch, 1/2″ circle punch, melon mambo polka dot ribbon, dazzling diamonds glitter, polka dot embossing folder (with Big Shot machine), small clear rhinestone brads, melon mambo inks and cardstock, black ink, whisper white cardstock, and pretty in pink cardstock.

Visit my online store anytime to buy supplies or browse!

Sorry to run, bye!

Laura :)

What kind of demo would YOU be??

I find that many people think that “becoming a demo” means diving into a business.  Only if you choose!

There are many ways to be a demonstrator … and here are 4 of them. :)

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4 kinds of demos

Which kind would YOU be??

For more info and resources, click here.

Don’t forget March is an amazing time to sign up!  Your starter kit is 15% off, plus you get a bonus stamp set of your choice!

Ready to buy your starter kit?  Click here. (password: stampprincess)

Laura :)

Clear-Mount stamps video

Bonnie from Stampin’ Up gives a great overview of the new clear-mount stamp option. :)

March Card Club

I’m still here! :) I wanted to post our projects from card club this month.  We only have 2 projects this month, since 1 of them is more time-intensive and equals a couple cards.

1st, the simple card.

bird-card

One great perk of being a demo is the monthly magazine from Stampin’ Up.  It’s always full of great ideas … like that card. :)   That is pretty close to a sample provided by Stampin’ Up.  I love that bird punch!!  And the texture on the razzleberry paper?  I used the Manhattan Flower impressions die (just a corner of it) and the Sizzix Big Shot.

Oh, and I’m still using my huge pack of Sweet Pea paper.  I’ve used it in clubs and workshops for months and I still have a ton of it.  It lasts forever, so it’s a good thing I love it! :)

Our 2nd project is this gift card tin.  Have you noticed that I like these?

gift-card-tin

I again used clear embossing powder to give the tin a kind of faux-etched look.  Seriously, this is just one of those things you have to see in person. :)

The darling flowers are from the Sweet Pea felt (yup, they coordinate with my favorite paper!), and the crop-a-dile easily punches a hole in the tin for a ribbon handle.

(Have I mentioned that these tins are available online?  They are on the clearance rack for just $.99 while they last.)

Anywho, and here is the inside.

gift-card-tin-inside

I used the Birthday Bliss and With All My Heart stamp sets here (the background flowers are stamped with versamark ink).  I also used the punch that can be earned for FREE during Sale-a-Bration.  It’s definitely a favorite!

Email me with any other questions! :)

Laura

Order any products online through my online store – click here and the “shop now” button.

Interested in your own discount and demo benefits?  Click here to learn more, and here to sign up. (my password: stampprincess)

~don’t forget, through March the starter kits are 15% off AND you get a free add’l stamp set of your choice!~