The day has finally arrived! Starting today, you and your friends can add online orders (including My Digital Studio downloads, print products, and…oh, yeah – CLEARANCE RACK ORDERS!) to Stampin’ Up! workshops. Here’s how it works in a nutshell.
I’ll give you a hostess code. Then you invite all your friends and family from all over the U.S. – neighbors, high school buddies, family you haven’t seen for awhile, all your facebook friends – and give them the hostess code. Then they go to my web site, click the shop now button, add something to their cart. That takes them to the “Items in your cart” page. At the bottom is a little box for the hostess code. They type in the code (copy and paste works best!) and click apply. The hostess’s name will pop up (so they know they’re adding to your workshop), and then they continue shopping. EASY! They can add anything from my store to the order. When they complete the order and check out, it will be processed – so they can potentially receive their order before the workshop even takes place. Their orders will be shipped directly to them – and you, the hostess, reap the benefits. Isn’t that awesome?
Sale-a-bration is the perfect time to hostess a workshop, because there are extra benefits for you to earn. So contact me today to schedule your workshop and start earning rewards!
I was playing with techniques today – and they’re all still drying. So I pulled out my “Dude, You’re Welcome” kit and stamped a quick card. And when I say, “quick,” I mean 30 seconds. Ok, it took me a little longer, because this was a little difficult. I wanted to trim and mat and layer and sponge – but I didn’t, because I wanted to stick to the kit. I did break down and add a few images from the “Clockworks” set. But other than that, I used only the kit contents.
A little side note. I thought about using this as a birthday card for Jon, but didn’t know what to put in the box. In real life, the box is still empty. I added the text with MDS. I think it’s funny, but it would probably creep him out, so I’ll think of something else for the box – like “would love to stamp with” or something like that.
Have a wonderful day – and thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy!