Wednesday 14 November 2012

All I want for Christmas...

... is YOU, goes the song and, while that would be lovely of course, you with a gift wrapped bunch of crafting goodies would be even better! It's every crafter's dream to get new stash for Christmas but it can be a bit tricky for the non-crafters in our lives to manage sometimes. So how can I help? Well here are four ideas that I think you'll rather like...

Gift Vouchers
With these, your loved ones can choose exactly how much they want to spend, I pop the vouchers in one of these exclusive voucher holders...

... and post it off to them. They can then present it with a flourish on Christmas day, secure in the knowledge that you will be delighted and might even give them a big smackeroony under the mistletoe! You can spend the vouchers all at once if you choose, or a little at a time, and you can even decide when to use them - they're valid for a whole year.

Dream Gift Service
My vouchers are great but imagine opening parcels full of all the gorgeous stamp sets, punches, papers and embellishments you've always wanted on Christmas morning! Well you can! All you have to do is email me or telephone me with the wish list of your wildest dreams, mention my Dream Gift service to your friends and family, then sit back while they contact me with the amount they want to spend. (Tell them I'm quite helpful and definitely don't bite!)

I'll then select items from your list up to that amount and have the order shipped direct to them at home or work, ready for them to wrap up for you!

The gift that keeps giving
Or how about opening a voucher that tells you that you have a six-month membership to my Stampers 6 club? This is such a wonderful gift as you get the excitement of opening a crafty parcel not just once but six times! In each parcel you'll get £25 worth of goodies of your choice (and you can always add extra items if you like and pay the difference.) You'll get great perks too, such as free catalogues, handmade gifts and cards like these...

... not to mention an amazing bonus of at least £25 of freebies at the end of your membership! A six month membership costs £150 (plus a small monthly fee for p&p) - what are you waiting for ? Start dropping hints NOW!
(My next Stampers 6 group starts in January 2013 - click here to add your name to the list.)

The ultimate gift
Wouldn't it be wonderful if someone bought you a starter kit for Christmas? Even if you're not interested in starting a business, Stampin' Up welcomes hobby demonstrators.

Imagine being the first to see the new catalogues and buy all the exciting new products, getting a hefty discount on everything and the chance to get loads of freebies too. You'd belong to a global crafting club with lots of get-togethers and an annual convention to attend if you choose, and you'd become friends with all the other members who share your passion. It doesn't get much better than that!
(Click here if you'd like to join my team straight away.)

If you'd like more information about any of these gift options,  contact me by email or phone me on 01280 820593. I'd love to help make your Christmas the best ever!



  1. Never mind the vouchers - look at YOU! Looking supermodel gorgeous, with your old school phone! I think we need more photos of you in action on your blog, Vicky - by which I mean stamping action, of course, nothing else! xxx

  2. I agree with Curtise, Vicky. Great phone, wish I'd held on to mine as you can still hear it ringing when you're hanging the washing out.

  3. Your vouchers look beautiful, a gift in themselves. My goodness your phone brings back memories of the old finger in the dial style. Hee Hee x

  4. Brilliant ideas Vicky - Jacqueline xx

  5. Super photo - you look fabulous! Love the gift vouchers and dream gift service (must remember them for when I come home). love the pretty colours on the card too!

  6. love your post, nice job on being a successful demonstrator. I love what you do
    sherrill graff


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