Monday, December 22, 2008
Stampin' Up! has announced another fabulous promotion that will take place December 23rd - January 31st. However, December 23rd, is the ONLY DAY to receive this bundle at the 20% discount AND receive FREE SHIPPING on the bundle!!!!! After that day, the Free Shipping promotion ends and this bundle will just be available by itself.
So for December 23rd, you can get this bundle for $41.48 instead of $51.85 AND get FREE SHIPPING on it!!!
To take advantage of this savings, you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll put your order with another order I have going in so that you don't have to spend the $70 to get the free shipping.
You can also order online at www.juliebaris.stampinup.net , but you will need to add a few things to your order to get the free shipping by going this route.
To make the deal even sweeter. If you purchase this bundle before the end of December you will be able to attend my January Workshop for FREE! That's right. I will be holding my first workshop of the year on Saturday Jan. 17th. We will be using some new stamp sets from the upcoming Spring-Summer 2009 Catalog. This bundle will be part of that workshop. These products are featured in the new catalog.
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Yes, it is that time of year to let people know you care and appreciate them, just a little something. My daughters and I spent the day making up little goodies for friends, teachers and bus drivers. Here is a little something and a poem that goes along with it. Thanks to my downline Sandy for this great idea!
When Icy Fingers, Nose And Feet
Are Wishing for a Warming Treat,
Don't let your Frosty Spirit Droop,
Make up some tasty Snowman Soup!
Sunday, December 14, 2008
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Yes I have been seeing so many of these on line, new I had to do one for my kids. An advent calendar, with treats inside everyday for my girls. Good thing I only have two girls I do not think I could fit more than two goodies inside of each tin anyway. Thanks to the Crop-a dile I could put some eyelets in the top of the cookie sheet for the ribbon to go in. Got love that crop-a-dile!