Sunday, May 4, 2008

May Stampin Up Promotions!!!

What FUN!!!!!! Stampin' Up is offering several specials for the month of May. The first one is "Get On Board with Chipboard" at 25% off after you spend $35.00 on other stampin' up products. After you spend the qualifying $35.00 there is no limit on the amount of discounted chipboard products you can order. A Workshop Hostess can also pick the discounted chipboard as part of the free merchandise offered.
In conjunction with the Chipboard special, if you also order a cutting mat, you will receive a "FREE" hobby blade.
Stampin' Up is AGAIN offering their Demonstrator Kit at the discounted price of $159.00 and along with all the products you receive in the kit at the discounted price, you will also receive your choice of Hodgepodge Hardware in the following colors: Aged Copper, Antique Brass or Pewter. These kits will retire with the current catalog and will no longer be
Even if you are just a Hobby Demonstrator, you will receive over $350.00 of product for $159.00 and save 20% on all your orders as a demonstrator. You don't HAVE to hold workshops to take advantage of these savings.
The REAL fun of being a demonstrator is being able to go to CONVENTION, Regional Seminars, Leadership and the ULTIMATE "Cruise" ALL EXPENSES PAID FOR YOU AND YOUR HUSBAND each year.
Towards the end of May (check back later for date) I will be holding classes using the Itty Bitty book (chipboard) to make an ABC book. These are so cute. Each page has a letter of the alphabet, a picture starting with that letter and a penmanship line for the child to practice the letters with an erasable marker.

This shows the open book with a pictures beginning with the letter of the alphabet displayed.

You can write on each of the pages with an erasable marker and then just wipe it off. This is fun practice for the beginning printers and helps with penmanship. If you are interested in taking this class at the end of the month, please email me and let me know as I will need to order enough supplies for everyone.
I have a very good friend that just had a birthday. For a fun gift, I took a small can with a pop-top lid and removed the lid with a Pampered Chef can opener and decorated it with designer series paper.

Then I used a Die Cut flower and adhered it to the lid and used my two way glue all around the edge and put on Clear Chunky Glitter to give it some "bling". To help hide the Pop-Top, I added some fusion flowers with a Rhinestone Brad and tied on some striped Grosgrain Ribbon.

I filled the can with M&M Peanuts (YUM) then glued the lid back on with Crystal Effects. This is such a GOOD glue. Now the only way she can open the can to reach the candy is to pull the pop-top (or I guess she could also use her pampered chef can opener like I did so she won't ruin the can)

1 comment:

carrie rhoades said...

Love the ABC book Janet. I have been wanting to make one since convention last year and have yet to do it! I have to get on it. Thanks for the inspiration.