A Dozen Thoughts • Zoo Babies • Lots of Thanks • Happy Day • Gifts of Kindness • Hearts Aflutter • Hello Lovely • Crazy Mixed-up Love • Bright Blossoms • Itty Bitty Banners • Yippee-Skippee • Gorgeous Grunge • Ornament Keepsakes • Apothecary Art • Cuddles and Kisses • Oh Hello • Label Love • Christmas Star (single) • A Gift for You (single) • Betsy's Blossoms • Morning Post (alphabet set) • Gently Falling • Snowflake Soirée • Jewish Celebrations • That's the Ticket
What a list! Just click the picture above to see before and after prices. Offer ends on 28th October.
And to get the party going with even more of a swing, if you key in hostess code FWRY 6ZXV when ordering online, you could also win at least £25 worth of free goodies of your choice!
Here's another project I made using the fabulous Gently Falling set which is on the 25% discount list:
If you were wondering what I did with the rest of the designer paper I'd stamped for yesterday's card look no further! I used it on this card along with the lovely 'smile' sentiment from Happy Day - and yes, THAT's on the 25% discount list too! There was plenty of the stamped card stock left to make another couple of cards as well as this matching box:
Here's what you'll need to make this project
Stamps: Gently Falling, Happy Day, That's the Ticket, Express Yourself
Ink: Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Cajun craze, Pumpkin Pie, Early Espresso, Raspberry Ripple
Card stock: Naturals Ivory, Very Vanilla
Other: Ticket punch, Itty Bitty punch pack, corner rounder, linen thread, thin organza ribbon (retired), candy dots, Simply Scored, stamp-a-majig
You can order from my online shop any time, day or night,
but if you have any queries, or prefer to speak to me, I'm always happy to help.
Customers placing orders of £250+
will get a whopping £65 worth of freebies during October!
If you'd prefer to spread the cost of your crafty stash, but still get
freebies as well as handmade gifts and cards and complementary catalogues,
why not consider joining my Stampers 6 club?
Yesterday evening my daughter looked up from her laptop. "Last night I dreamt I was being strangled," she said cheerfully. "Shall I look up what that means?" She tapped away for a few minutes, googling the meaning of dreams, and then I heard her giggle. "These are the replies:" she said. "'You might be a bit worried' and 'I hope you don't get strangled'!"We laughed for a bit and then I suggested she might tidy her room to avoid the possibility of being strangled by her mother!
See you tomorrow,