Wednesday, 10 February 2010

I am back!

Back from our holiday where we had no internet connections for almost two weeks - yikes that was a shock!

Kids are on their second day back at school, my youngest has just joined his big brothers school in prep and looks totally adorable in his new uniform although to quote "the blazer sucks and I am not going to wear it". I'll leave that one for his teacher to battle!

I start real paid work next week, the hours are pretty good and quite flexible so I hope to be able to get on track with stamping again.

I have not sent an email round to my customers or posted one on here about

Sale-A-Bration

This is a fantastic offer that SU! run ever year, it is from now until the end of March. SU! produce four special stamp sets which you can get for free - yep you read right - FREE!

Click HERE to see the sets available



How do you get one (or more!)...

Well, you know your SU! wish list, yes that really huge one that always grows and never seems to shrink, well if you can see your way clear to purchase $100 worth of products from that list you can have one free stamp set chosen from those four. If you spend $200 you get to choose two free, if you spend $300 you get to choose three and so on.

If you host a SU! workshop and your your customers will get a free stamp set if they spend $100 on their order and if the orders amount to $600 or more then you as the hostess get a free stamp set too! How fab is that?!!!!

lets face it, their are very few of us in the craft world that couldn't find $100 worth of products from the SU! Idea Book & Catalogue, or the Summer Mini (see right hand side menu to view these publications) that we absolutely need and must have
and how many of us love a freebie?!

Anyway, if you would like to order and take advantage of this offer then

contact me!


Also don't forget to check the class and camp schedule for this year. I am currently taking registrations for the Technique Junkies Club and the Christmas Club and the end of Feb Stamp-a-Stack (SAS)

details for SAS found
HERE