March 31, 2017

Welcome to the World... and the END of Sale-A-Bration 2017!

Hi again, my friends!  It's finally here - the last day of March - and Sale-A-Bration is coming to a close!

Sale-A-Bration is more than just the free products available; I know we've been focusing on those (and we will be doing one more!) but if you've ever thought about giving the Stampin' Up! family a try, it's the best time of year to join!  Your $135 starter kit fee includes not only the $165 worth of products you fill it with, but during Sale-A-Bration, you can also choose TWO stamp sets - ANY stamps sets you'd like, which means a maximum bonus value of $136!  You also don't pay shipping on your starter kit, which means an instant savings of 10% on an order.  How amazing is that?

Let me give you a scenario.  Let's say you want a Big Shot... because really, who doesn't?  It's amazing, but it's a big ticket item.  To purchase a Big Shot as a retail customer in Alberta, it would cost $136 plus shipping and tax; grand total $157.08.  But to purchase a Big Shot as part of your starter kit during Sale-A-Bration?  Because you can CHOOSE your kit and everything in it, let's add a Big Shot and some more of my favourite goodies.  Take a look.
Big Shot:                                               $136
Brights Collection Cardstock:                 $10
     Cupcakes & Carousels DSP:                    $12.50
Bermuda Bay Baker's Twine:                      $4
   Guy Greetings wood stamp set (FREE)        $68
  Crazy About You wood stamp set (FREE)    $68

Retail price (subtotal):                             $298.50
                                                Shipping:     $29.85
                                                Tax:            $16.42
                                TOTAL PRICE:          $344.77

(Kit price reflects taxes for Alberta customers. 
Taxation may vary by province, but shipping is always free.)

Purchasing the Stampin' Up! kit means no obligation; you can do what you choose with it, whether it be personal use, hobby use with friends and family, or building a business!  The contents are yours to keep, no matter what.

So you see what I'm saying, yes?  If you want ONLY a Big Shot, you're spending $22 LESS and getting an extra box full of products for free.  If you've got a large wishlist with Stampin' Up! right now, it's a fabulous time to take advantage of this promotion and save BIG BUCKS.  Over two-hundred big bucks, in fact!  

If you're ready to take advantage of this order, please CLICK HERE to visit my Stampin' Up! website and take advantage of this killer deal.  You won't regret it!   

But in the meantime - for customers whose lists aren't quite so huge, it's still a great time to take advantage of Sale-A-Bration freebies!  Every $60 in retail product ordered qualifies for a free product, and I know you won't want to miss it. CLICK HERE to view the current Sale-A-Bration flyers and see what all you can get for free!  

I've got one last feature for you from Sale-A-Bration before our time is up: Delicate Details.  This gorgeous set snuck by me the first few times I browsed the catalogue.  It seemed dainty, and dainty isn't my thing... but it's more than meets the eye!  The little borders make a fantastic element on any card!

My husband and I became Auntie Shannon and Uncle Steve this weekend when our nephew, Nathaniel, entered the world.  This card was made for the new little guy in the family. 

Pretty cool that lace sneaks in so nicely on a boyish card, right?  I embossed the stamp onto a piece of Watercolour Paper, cut it out, and gave it a gradient wash with Dapper Denim ink.  I love that it goes from dark to light and fades into the background by the edge.

If you've got any questions about Sale-A-Bration as we get down to the final hours, don't hesitate to give me a shout with any questions; I love sharing Stampin' Up! with my friends and spreading the joy of creating beautiful things with your hands.


Shopping in Canada?  I'd love to help you create!
Click the links below to view the products used to create this card.

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