Monday, 20 September 2010

Would you like to join a stamper ten virtual hostess club!

Hello ever wondered what a Virtual Hostess club entails? here is a bit more info
A Virtual Hostess club is an opportunity for you to build a nice collection of NEW StampinUp! product over a period of time while spreading the cost and ensuring you are still receiving the fantastic hostess benefits associated with a qualifying order. A qualifying order has a value of minimum £150. For this the hostess is eligible to the following FREE benefits

-One level one hostess stamp set of her choice( those are sets that cannot be bought, they can only be earned free with qualifying orders of £150 or more)

-£15.00 worth of free product to be spent as you wish in the catalogue.

So here comes our Virtual Workshop: 10 people get together ( I advertise for those people you don't have to provide 10 of them yourself, although of course if you know a crafting buddy who will love being part of this please let her/him know) and form a club, the club runs for 10 months, each member agrees to place a minimum order of £15.00/ month plus p&p. This will give us the minimum qualifying order we need every month. Each month a DIFFERENT member in the club gets to be the hostess and collects all the free benefits associated with that month's total. By the end of the 10 months all the members in the club will have had their turn to be the hostess.
Is as easy as that and each month a box of goodies will drop on your doorstep.You will also get a FREE copy of the catalogue and any mini catalogues released throughout the club duration plus free samples, and project kits!


Sunday, 19 September 2010


What this I hear you say,

Well I have a fantastic offer for you for the rest of Sept 2010 only Spend £40 or more on stampin up products with me and you will recieve 10% off your order, WOW what a saving that would be especially if you have your eye on anything in the last chance list! On top of that FREE SHIPPING for those two weeks only thats already a saving of £3.95...

Well what are you waiting for get those order in, last chance list is selling out fast, you have two cattys to choose from the main and the mini dont forget the mini only lasts till end of this month and only a fgew things have made it into the new October catty!!

My offer runs from today until the 30th Sept! Email me at



Well crafters it's that time of year, when the new catalogue is in sight (for us demo's and oh how lush!) nearly here for you! And that sadly means a good few favourites are to be on their way out! Booohoooo!!

and it will take you straight to the list,

NOW beware as when its gone it IS gone so if like me you have favourites still to get , I urge you not to hang around as these items are only while stock lasts.... The list is a humongous 7 pages long!

I accept Cash, Cheque, postal orders and Paypal I am also offering FREE POSTAGE too!

Would you like a Free copy of the new catalogue, well if you spend £40 or more on stampin up items with me, I will post out a copy or the brand new catty as soon as it reaches my door!

Saturday, 18 September 2010

Can you handle this!

How would you like to get a FREE cardstock sampler of the NEW Stampin up Colours, Well here's how, I am offering a Free Colour cardstock swatch to anyone who orders £20.00 or more from now until the end of September 2010, There has been further reductions on the last chance list, and stock is selling out fast, Please click on the updated link above for those reductions, so why not take a gander and get your favourite items before they sell out, and also get FREEBIE WHILST YOU ARE AT IT!

Get your hands on the new colours now!

The colour combo at Colour Throwdown this week is fab Colour Throwdown challenge #110 uses a new colour to us, the very lush Pink Pirouette.....

As always stunning inspiration over at Colour Throwdown, the DT are amazingly talented!
I was amazed at how quick I made this card, less than half hour from thinking to finishing, and using three of my favorite SU stamp sets too! I love this challenge blog as you dont have to think oh my what colours shall I choose today, its done for you.....

I hope you like, I am rather pleased with it myself!
Stash Used: All Stampin up.......
Stamps: Baroque Motifs, Tiny Tags, Flight of the Butterfly
Ink and cardstock: Pink pirouette, Basic Grey, Rich Razzelberry, Whisper White.
Punches: Tiny tag, Butterfly

Sunday, 5 September 2010

ILWS Retired Blog Hop...

Welcome to the retired Stampin up items Blog hop, If you have come here from Sara, Kara will be your next stop after me, there is fabulousness from everyone in the hop today...
Well Didn't Sara have some cute ickle creations to share they are just fabulous aren't they I'll sure be casing those beauties!

For you today I have used the Bird on a branch set that will not be going into the New catalogue so hurry whilst stock lasts, as I have to tell you the cardstock I have used today has now gone, Kaput no more, Oh I wants to cry No more Sage Shadow its SOLD OUT already!!

I have used on my projects, Sage Shadow, basic black, whisper white, the fabulous wide stripey Grosgrain and the Night and Day papers none of which will be for sale come the 1st October 2010....

I have used a papertreystemplate for the favor box, and the celebreate you card, I cased the layout from Monica Gale The bord on the favour box and matching card, I used the kissing technique to make the bird look feathery!

Well I hope you like, Don't forget to pop over to Kara next!

Also don't forget I will be offering free postage to all orders this month, you can pay by Cash, cheque, postal order or paypal......
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