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Sale-a-bration for everyone!

Who doesn't love a bargain?!?!  I love an annual sale that you can get excited about.  Stampin' Up!'s sale-a-bration is a fantastic opportunity to grab a bargain and get some fantastic freebies.  The selection of freebies this year is amazing and I know they are all on my must have list.  
There are a few ways to earn free stamps.  Check out the options below:
Spend - For every $100 you spend on Stampin' Up! merchandise (net sales before shipping and handling) you receive a free sale-a-brations stamp set.  There's no limit so if you spend $200 you can choose 2, $300 - 3 sets etc.
Host - If you host a workshop of at least $600 in sales (net sales before shipping and handling) you'll get a free stamp set.  This is in addition to the hostess benefits you receive (double reward!).
Join - If you sign up as a demonstrator during sale-a-bration you can choose a bonus stamp set to the value of $79.95 from the current Idea Book and Catalogue!
Sale-a-bration runs now until th…

Happy New Year!

It's been a while since I blogged. I must admit I did enjoy a few days off over Christmas and the New Year period.  I hope you're all reseted and excited about what 2011 holds in store - I know I am.

Things have kicked off with a bang for me and I'm overseas again working for a couple of weeks (hence no blog posts).  So in lieu of any new projects let me show you one of the presents I made for Christmas.

This one is an infinity card.  I saw one made at my team dinner last year and I just knew I had to make one.  It's a bit like one of those folding puzzles that you can just keep folding in on itself.  It was surprisingly easy to make and much quicker than I anticipated.  The only tricky thing is taking photos of it to explain the folding.  You'll just have to use your imagination :-)






I left of some of the photos as I'd already personalized it for my hubby :-)
I'm thinking about offering a class to teach people how to make one of these in February.  Let me kno…