Great news from Stampin' Up! today!!! Those of us on the east coast who have no patience whine all the time that it takes a week to get our orders. This isn't anyone's fault; it just is what it is. Well – our whining has been heard and our pleas answered!
From June 1 – September 30, all workshop
orders that equal $425 or more will receive a free upgrade to UPS 3-Day
shipping. Isn't that awesome? That means we'll get those orders in less than half the time! I'm psyched.
This summer will be a great time to hostess a workshop. Here are just a few reasons why –
1 – New catalog beginning July 1
2 – Lots of cool new products are available now through August 31 in the Summer mini catalog
3 – New catalog beginning July 1
4- We'll have some terrific promotions going on for you to take advantage of
5 – You'll get the shipping upgrade with a qualifying order
6 – Did I mention the new catalog beginning July 1? (Can you tell I'm excited about that?)
Contact me today to book your summer workshop!
Maybe those orders will be getting here faster because they're coming on this speedy little thing –
I'm loving this little motorcycle stamp! This is another "Jan Tink" technique. (Is she amazing, or what??) I stamped the motorcycle in Basic Brown on Crumb Cake ("Kraft") card stock, then used a white watercolor pencil to add a few accents. For the sentiment, I stamped the whole think in Basic Brown, then used a blender pen to remove the ink from "One" and the brackets, then added it back in with a Real Red Stampin' Write marker. Cool idea, huh? I learned that at the Regional this year. I'm hoping they do the recorded version again! It was so much fun and I learned a lot.
Stamps: Motorcycle, One of a Kind
Ink: Basic Brown, Real Red classic; Real Red Stampin' Write Marker, white watercolor pencil
Paper: Kraft, Real Red, Bermuda Bay card stock; Patterns III hostess pack DSP
Accessories: Blender pen, corner rounder punch, crop-a-dile, Very Vanilla Hodgepodge Hardware, Real Red polka dot ribbon, Square Lattice embossing folder, Big Shot, stampin' dimensionals
Well – we had a whopper of a thunderstorm tonight which, of course, scared our big 145-pound Rottie. Now that it's over, he's ready to play. Our house is definitely not big enough for a 145-pound dog to run through, so I'd better go put a foot down. Have a great day!