HAPPY NEW YEAR! Sale A Bration is HERE!

Hello My Friends and HAPPY NEW YEAR!

I hope you all had a spectacular ending to 2017 and are ready for fun and excitement with 2018!  Isn't it crazy that we are even saying that number!

The new year is exciting enough, but I am super excited because from January 3rd to March 31st, we have Sale A Bration!  What is it? Its the biggest and most anticipated sale that Stampin' Up has! The NEW Spring catalog is live and there are beaUUUUtiful things inside. Just drop me an email to get your copy. CLICK HERE

So Sale A Bration is great because for every $50 that you spend you can choose a free item from the special Sale A Bration catalog. This is a smaller pamphlet that has all the free items that you can choose from. There is something new this year too! so for every $100 purchase you can select from special items marked as $100 items. So for every $100 you spend, you can either get 2 $50s or 1 $100 item.There is no limit, it all depends on how much your final purchase amount is. You can collect all the items in the brochure for FREE!

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If you host an event or if your sales are over $150, you get Stampin' rewards AND $25 MORE in Stampin' Rewards with a sale of $250 or more! 

If you would like to join be an be part of my Stampin' Spotters team, you can join for $99 and select $125 of products and you can also get TWO Free additional stamps sets ( that's over $101 value, plus free shipping). Just email me for more information, or click the JOIN button above! I'd love to be your demonstrator and we can create together!  Now is the time to join as a hobbyist demonstrator to get your discount, or to even eventually become a pro demonstrator and run your own business!



So I wanted to share with you all my first video and card for 2018. Now there are some spectacular new designer series papers in the new catalog. You are going to LOVE them. 



Here is my video. I hope you enjoy! please leave me some comments, I'd love to hear what you think!


The supplies I used are listed below. (FYI, the foil snowflake is retired for 2018)