It’s Video Tuesday! Yeah, I know; that’s not a thing. I was gone all weekend, and Monday was very busy. It started at 6:30 a.m. and ended with a rehearsal that went until 9:30 p.m., followed by a long drive home. I didn’t have time to create anything new, although I do have some products started with the new Stampin’ Up! Sale-a-bration Blossoming Basket Bundle.
Funny story. I was working on some ideas with the Blossoming Basket Bundle and the Springtime Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper while Amelia was painting in my craft room. What I created must have been lovely, because she decided she must have it. I agreed, but said, “I have to finish it and take a picture first…” Amelia is three. She doesn’t understand the concept of waiting, but she’s learning! Still, she managed to abscond with part of my project. So, I have a video for you today. Hopefully, I can get my project found, finished, and blogged before she sees it tomorrow!
This video shows you a few fun things you can do with the Blossoming Basket Bundle. (I actually am trying to see how many times I can use that phrase in my blog today.) It’s a Level 2 Sale-a-bration product, so you can get it free with a $100 order. It contains the Blossoming Basket Stamp Set and the Basket Weave Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder.
Remember – during Sale-a-bration (through March 31, 2018), you can earn free products with a minimum $50 order! Level 2 items are free with a $100 order. Host a party, and you’ll earn even more Stampin’ Rewards with qualifying workshop orders. And if you join my team during Sale-a-bration, you can select $125 in Stampin’ Up! products and pay only $99 plus tax – PLUS you can select two sets of your choice to add to your starter kit.
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
Knowing Amelia, this made me laugh out loud!!! You are an awesome Grandmother. I watch your limitless patience and the example you set for her (and all of us!). I confess that I posted this comment after seeing THE card today, I would have absconded with it, too. It is lovely.
Thanks, Mom! I actually like this one better than the one she took. (Although when she saw my second, she ran off with that too. I had to beg to get it back so I could take the picture for the blog.)