Wednesday

Joining Stampin' Up!

Wouldn’t you love to have the chance to buy Stampin’ Up! products at a 20% discount?


  • Pay just £99 and choose £130 worth of product – that’s £31 of FREE stuff! 
  • You DON’T have to actively demonstrate (i.e. run classes, workshops, etc.) to be a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. You can be a hobby demonstrator, i.e. you could buy products for yourself, your neighbours, friends, and anybody else who might be interested, but it is YOU who gets the commission or discount!

  • You will earn a 30% discount on your first order AFTER you purchase the Starter Kit!

  • You will save 20% on all orders after that as a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator. 

  • From your own personal sales, you can earn up to an extra 15% commission based on your total monthly sales/purchases.

  •  There is no obligation after you buy the starter kit.  It’s totally risk-free. 

  • If you sell (or buy) £270 in catalogue products during the three months after you join, you get to stay in for another three months.  How fun is that?  If you decide you don’t want to stay in, then you simply drop.  It’s really that easy!

  • When you join SU, you are already within a calendar quarter (three months), so Stampin’ Up! allows you that first part quarter as a ‘grace’ period – a sort of ‘settling in’ period for you to find your feet. So therefore, your first quarterly minimums don’t need to be met until the one after (so initially, you have potentially 6 months to make your minimum £270 quota to stay ‘active’).

  • Two orthree times a year, prior to the launch of a new Stampin'Up! catalogue, as a demonstrator, you will be able to choose NEW items that are only on pre-order to demonstrators and not available to customers! 

  • You can sign up online, and once you have chosen the goodies you want in your kit, it only takes 10 minutes to sign up! More information can be found HERE.

Contact me, and I’ll guide you through the process.

Thanks. xx


Sunday

New Project - Card in a Box!







Hello!


Yesterday I had great fun creating this project called 'Card in a Box' for one of the lovely ladies who faithfully attends my monthly classes at Formby Library.





It's got a Holy Communion theme (as you can see from the back of the card), but you can make them for just about any celebration or special occasion.



Another name for this card is a 'Pop-up Card', or 'Explosion Card'!





I had seen these beauties all over the internet, and thought I'd give them a go myself - they're not as hard as they look! My version is a bit smaller than the ones you might see on Pinterest
or YouTube, but I like it, as it can easily fit into a 6"x4" small envelope.

It also folds flat, so quite inexpensive to post.

I used two Stampin'Up! bundles for this card: Petite Petals and Flower Shop. The leaves were punched out with the Bird Builder Punch. Butterflies are from the Papillon Potpourri stamp set, and matching punches (Bitty Butterfly and Elegant Butterfly).

The cardstock and designer papers are from my stash.

The colours chosen are Bermuda Bay, Tempting Turquoise, Baked Brown Sugar, Coastal Cabana, Strawberry Slush, Old Olive, and Pink Passion (retired).

So what do you think?

If you fancy making your own 'card in a box', I'm happy to send you instructions on how to go about it.

So go on, let you imagination take flight, and see what you can come up with today! I'd love to see YOUR creations!

xx

P.S. Here's another 'card in a box', which my home class are making this Tuesday! :-)