Stampin' Up demonstrators really do get a great deal right from the start! For example, if you were to join during Sale-a-bration, you'd get £162.50 worth of products of your choice for only £99! And it doesn't stop there - demonstrators get discounts and commissions; there are cash bonuses, free products and luxury trip incentives for reaching goals; there's the satisfaction you get when you're making money out of something you love doing; and there are the friendships you make when you work with people that share your passion. If this sounds good to you, why not think about joining my team and becoming a demonstrator yourself? Click here to find out more, and do feel free to email me - I'll give you honest answers to your questions and you can mull it over and decide whether it would work for you.
Shall I get down from my soap box now and show you a card? Come on then:
Despite the fact that I've lost all feeling in my toes and it sounds as if the snow is returning to haunt us, I'm still in romantic mood! There's a great cup image in the free Patterned Occasions set that works really well for love notes with its 'whole latte love' sentiment but you know how I love changing sentiments round...
Half of the new sentiment I've made is from Tea Shoppe and the word Love comes from Field Flowers (a set worth its weight in gold!) The rhinestone is one of Stampin' Up's Basic Rhinestones coloured with a permanent marker; I never buy coloured gems, just colour one in on the rare occasions I'd like a coloured one.
I love things that fit into other things! Here, the cup nestles neatly into a trio of punched circles and the heart from my owl punch could have been tailor-made for the heart-shaped steam on the cup. I added a drop of Cherry Cobbler dazzling details to the heart - another way to add a touch of sparkle! The background paper is a beautifully understated design from my favourite range in the new spring/summer mini catalogue Tea for Two. There are some real show-stoppers in this pack and the colours are gorgeous!
Here's what you'll need to make this card
Stamps: Patterned Occasions (free Sale-a-bration set), Tea Shoppe and Field Flowers (sentiment)
Ink: Cherry Cobbler, Midnight Muse
Card stock: Whisper White, Not Quite Navy, Bashful Blue, Cherry Cobbler
Punches: 1", 1 1/4", 1 3/8" circle punches, owl punch, corner rounder
Other: Markers, basic rhinestones, Tea for Two designer paper, stamp-a-majig
I'd be delighted to order any of these items for you and have them delivered straight to your address in the UK. I'm committed to providing excellent customer service and am always happy to offer help and advice. To place your order, just send me an email or give me a call on 01280 820593.
People are always telling me about their cats having a thing about boxes but Tuppence is pretty anti them (unless they contain kitty kat krunchies that is!) She hates enclosed spaces and when she has to go to the vet we have to make military-style plans, weeks in advance to get her into her carrier. The only thing that makes her lose her head is canned tuna and that's because she disappeared during a neighbour's impromptu fireworks once when my brother was looking after her and he searched for her waving an open can of tuna; she soon came out of hiding and has always viewed my brother with candid approval ever since, meowing pitifully whenever he leaves here after a visit as if to say: "Please, take me with you - these people don't understand me!"
It's Three Minute Thursday here tomorrow. Do come and join me for a fast card!