Check out the new Sale-A-Bration brochure! CLICK HERE!
There are THREE wonderful ways for you to benefit during Sale-A-Bration… here they are!
- Purchase the Stampin’ Up! Starter Kit: During Sale-A-Bration, the Starter Kit is just $125 ($50 off!) AND, for purchasing it you will get a FREE Digital Download OR pack of Designer Series Paper every month for a year!! And those two items are interchangeable and YOUR CHOICE!!!! One month you can pick a download and the next a DSP pack. You can purchase the Starter Kit and receive this deal through March — but you’ll want to try and do it in January so that you don’t miss out on any free items! If you don’t purchase it until February, you’ll loose a freebie. If you don’t purchase it until March, you’ll loose 2 freebies. For more details on the Starter Kit and The Heartfelt Stamper’sTeam that you’ll become a part of for purchasing it, CLICK HERE.
- Hosting a Workshop or being your own Hostess!: When you host a workshop during Sale-A-Bration or place a large order that qualifies for it’s own Hostess Benefits, you’ll get extra perks! For a $150 workshop or order, a FREE TOTE BAG is given!!!! For a $400 workshop or order, an ENTIRE bundle is given – this bundle includes the Sale-A-Bration Exclusive Paper, Brads, Ribbon and coordinating Stamp Set!!
- Ordering!: For EVERY $50 spent, a FREE gift can be selected from the Sale-A-Bration brochure — and there’s NO LIMIT!!!! Spend $50, get a free gift. Spend $100, get 2 free gifts. Spend $400, get 8 gifts PLUS the hostess bundle and tote bag! And if you’re wish list is long……..you need to be a demonstrator! The benefits are there………what’s stopping you from joining in the fun!
One of the SAB stamp sets is called “Outlined Occasions”. I’ve created this sample card for you to see what the “thanks” looks like when mixed with the Twitterpated Designer Series Paper (Occasions Mini Catalog).
You can see the other images on the lid of the stamp box above.
The colors used in this card are Riding Hood Red, Marina Mist, and Whisper White. I colored the inside of the letters with a Blender Pen. You use the tip of the blender pen to color with, but you don’t need an ink pad at all. Just color the letters and the moisture from the Blender Pen will cause the ink to spread and look as if you had colored in the inside of the letters. Blender Pens rock!