Hello 2016 – Short Christmas sabbatical is over – now for some Crafting FUN

By on 11/01/2016

Some of you may know that as well as a crazy crafting lady, I am also a Stampin’ UP! demonstrator.  I have been a demonstrator for over four years now and I still love and enjoy all of Stampin’ UP!’s amazing products. Recently a new “Occasions” catalogue was introduced (Jan 5th) and if you haven’t seen it yet, please do yourself a huge favour and contact your demonstrator (I am in Croydon North, Victoria if you don’t have a demonstrator nearby), and have her/him send one out to you.  This catalogue is a beauty. You will notice there is also a smaller catalogue in the picture, this is the Sale-a-bration (SAB) brochure. During Sale-a-bration promotion, which runs from 5 Jan until 31 March, if you spend $90+ on products from the current annual catalogue and/or the new Occasions catalogue, you can choose one FREE product from the SAB brochure. Stamp sets, vellum stacks, Designer Series paper packs, SU Project Life card collections. All beautiful and only available during Sale-a-bration.

Holiday Catalogue 16 (1)

Today, I’m going to talk about one of the bundles I purchased. If you buy Stampin’ UP! ‘bundles’ you save 15% on the combined total of the products.  A nice saving on co-ordinating products.

The “Number of Years” bundle consists of a Photopolymer Stamp Set called “Number of Years”  (containing 29 stamps) and the matching Framelit dies. Bought seperately these would cost you over A$100, but purchased as a bundle, they will cost you $85.75. To view these items in my online shop go to www.barbaraannpaperarts.stampinup.net

Speaking of Bundles, this pretty catalogue is packed with them, and that gives you many opportunities to save on your favourite products.

Number of Years Bundle 50th card

Above is an example of a simple 50th Birthday card made with the “Number of Years” bundle.

Tomorrow I shall be sharing a wedding card I created with the gorgeous “Love Blossoms” suite of products which also includes bundled products.  (Think ‘more’ than Valentine).


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