Share What You Love – new product suite

By | May 7, 2018

Hi there

This month we have a great promotion on offer.  It’s an early release of one of the upcoming suites in the new catalogue.  It’s called Share What You Love and is a suite to celebrate 30 years of Stampin’ Up! being in business.  There are three different bundles in this offer – ‘Just Getting Started’, ‘A Little More, Please’ and ‘Gotta Have It All’ plus you get the chance to order the new 2018-2020 In Color inks – so place your order before 31 May to receive these new products.  Watch the video below to see what’s included in the three bundles.  You can also check out the Share What You Love flyer on my Promotions page.

At our recent training event we got to have a play with some of the products from this suite and here is the sample I made.

The card base (and stamping on it) is a past favourite In Colour that is returning come 1 June – Mint Macaron.  The other new products used on this card are the coloured pearls, Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ Velvet Ribbon, Pearlised Doily, tag from the embellishment kit and the DSP.

The DSP  consists of handpainted designs on heavyweight sheets.  This thicker paper will be great for making 3D projects as it is stronger.  There are 24 sheets in this pack – 4 each of 6 double-sided designs.  4 of the designs have a translucent pearlised finish.  The paper has a wonderful array of colours – 12 in fact – so I’m sure you’ll love it.

Now I have a ‘special offer’ of my own to share with you.  This month it’s my birthday so for every NZD50.00 order placed with me you will go into a draw for a mystery product present :).  If your order is NZD$100 you’ll get two chances in the draw.  I’ll draw the winner at the end of the month.

May is a busy ‘birthday’ month for me – this is what I got up to yesterday afternoon – writing out 20+ birthday cards so if your birthday is in May expect to see one f these in your letterbox shortly.

Until next time …

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