BOGO Yard Sale & Open House

Open House & BOGO Sale #stampcandy

If you’ll be in the Atlanta area Saturday, June 2, 2018, you must stop by for my BOGO Yard Sale and Open House. The door opens at noon. You can drop in anytime between noon and 4pm. Of course, the closer to noon you arrive, the better your chances of getting all the BOGO sale goodies you want!

It’s free to attend, but please RSVP here so I’ll have enough of everything prepared.

VERY IMPORTANT: Park along the street (Woodcliff) behind our building. DO NOT part next to any of the units in the complex, or you will be towed and I will be fined. Thanks!

BOGO Yard Sale:

Why am I calling it a BOGO Yard Sale? Because you pay yard sale prices, plus you still get the Buy One Get One deal!

Usually at a BOGO Sale of this type, the BOGO Sale items are marked full retail price, then whatever you spend gets applied to an order from the catalog. This time I’m doing it a little differently.

I’m reclaiming my room upstairs, so I must make space. I have a LOT of great craft supplies that must go. So I’ve marked them down drastically – most items are at least 50% off, many even more than that. So you’ll save a ton of money on the yard sale items PLUS whatever you spend still gets applied to an order from the brand new 2018-2019 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog! 

 

  • shop my craft yard sale
  • whatever you spend gets applied to an order of new items from the new catalog
  • you only pay shipping and tax on the new items
  • lots of retired Stampin’ Up! products, even the ones I’ve been holding onto because I love them so much!
  • other brands are included in the BOGO Yard Sale including Martha Stewart, Tim Holtz, Anna Griffin, Sizzix, Cuttlebug, Darice, McGill, Creative Memories, and many more!
  • have your new catalog order ready to save time ordering
  • If you’ve ordered from me in the past year, I will send you a catalog in May. If not, you can get your catalog at the event. I’ll have the pdf version of the full catalog posted HERE on June 1.

A sea of stamps, still to be marked down to 50% or more offBOGO Yard Sale prep #stampcandy

Open House:

  • free Make & Take using new products
  • see the new products, and lots of project ideas for inspiration
  • get your free new catalog
  • order from the brand new catalog
  • sign up for live classes
  • preorder online classes
  • join my monthly stamp club and receive a free gift
  • schedule a private class and receive a gift
  • bring me a new customer and receive a gift
  • subscribe to Paper Pumpkin and receive a gift
  • get the starter kit – the ULTIMATE DEAL – and receive my welcome kit
  • earn Gumball Rewards for a free stamp set of your choice!
  • light refreshments

Here’s some other stuff you should check out:

 Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

 

 

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party

Yesterday, I hosted an Open House style Launch Party highlighting products from the new Holiday Catalog. It was a lot of fun! Below are some photos of the displays, and instructions for the Make & Take. (Wouldn’t you know, I completely forgot to take any photos during the actual event. Guess I was having too much fun!)

 

Here are the Launch Party photos:

 

I recreated the scene on this card made with the Ready for Christmas Bundle.

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin'Up!, recreated scene from the Ready for Christmas card

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin'Up!, recreated scene from the Ready for Christmas card

 

Coffee bar

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, coffee bar

 

Yummy snacks, and a lovely floral arrangement from Fresh Market

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, yummy snacks

 

Tags and stockings on the ornament tree

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, tags and stockings on the ornament tree

 

#1 display board

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, display board 1 full of cards

 

Be Merry Ornament Kit, and gift ideas

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Be Merry Ornament Kit and gift ideas

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Be Merry Ornament Kit and gift ideas

 

#2 display board

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, display board 2 full of cards

 

#3 display Board

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, display board 3 full of cards

 

#4 display board

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, display board 4 full of cards

 

a little Autumn decor

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Autumn decor

 

#5 display board

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, display board 5 full of cards

 

Paper Pumpkin Half Off Promotion, and Halloween treat ideas

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Paper Pumpkin Half Off Promotion, and Halloween treats

 

catalogs, forms, and prizes

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, catalogs, forms, prizes

 

samples of ribbons and embellishments in my Product Shares, Swatch Books,

and espresso cups full of candies for bringing someone new

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, small samples for Swatch Books and Product Shares

 

Merry Little Christmas Memories & More Card Pack display

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Merry Little Chrisstmas Memories & More Card Pack display

 

Make & Take table

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Make & Take table

 

Here’s what we made:

I borrowed an extra stamp set, so there are more stamps in this photo than you actually need. 

We used two stamp sets for this card. The Painted Harvest stamp set (which will be available in a Bundle with the new Leaf Punch) has some lovely sentiments, but I just adore the font used in the Count My Blessings stamp set. 

If you’ve wanted to try a multi-step stamp set but were afraid to, the Painted Harvest stamp set is the perfect one to try first. The flower layers don’t have to be lined up exactly, so it’s good practice for the ones that do.

 

2017 Holiday Catalog Launch Party, Stampin' Up!, Make & Take

 

Here’s what we did:

Stamped with the Painted Harvest stamp set:

  • first flower layer in Crushed Curry onto the front of the card base
  • second flower layer in Cajun Craze
  • flower center in Chocolate Chip

Stamped with the Count My Blessing stamp set:

  • sentiment in Chocolate Chip

Assembled the card:

  • used a Bone Folder to burnish the score line in the Note Card
  • put the card in the envelope

That’s it! Using the pre-cut and pre-scored Note Cards makes this card super easy!

 

Here are today’s colors:

You can click on each color to see all the products that come in/with that color!

 

Here’s what we used:

The new products will be available to purchase on September 1, 2017!

 

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Just 3 more days to take advantage of these three great deals!

 

1) My Alaska Promotion

 

Through August 31, 2017, for each $50 on your order, I will give you $10 more in product of your choice!

  • $50-$99.99 order gets you $10 more
  • $100-$149.99 gets you $20 more
  • $150-$199.99 gets you $30 more PLUS Stampin’ Rewards
  • and so on

Contact me to place your order: email [email protected] or call/text 404-661-5222.

 

 

2) My Free Gift to You

August Host Code

BF94WFWR

 

Use the Host Code on online orders less than $150. See how to use a Host Code here.

Online orders of $75-149.99 placed with the Host Code will receive the FREE gift of the month!

Online orders of $150 or more will automatically receive the FREE gift of the month! Do not use the Host Code.

August’s FREE gift is a pack of Touches of Nature Elements:

  • 36 pieces: 6 each of 4 designs, and 12 of 1 design
  • wood flowers and leaves with light whitewash finish on one side
  • largest piece: 1-5/8″ x 3/4″

 

 

I can ship within US only. “No Contact” orders are not eligible for the free gift.

CLICK HERE to shop my online store!

This promotion can be combined with my Alaska promotion above.

 

3) Bonus Days Coupons

Redeem your Bonus Days Coupons by August 31, 2107. Stampin' Up! #stampcandy

 

CLICK HERE for directions on how to use a coupon code.

 

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

White Pine Bough

 

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Well, by now I guess you’ve figured out that I’m pretty smitten with the new Holiday Catalog. There are so many fun, pretty, amazing new products, and I want to show you them all! Today I’m featuring a new embossing folder called Pine Bough. It’s included in the Presents & Pinecones suite of products, but I think it does just fine on its own.

 

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Here’s how I did it:

The card base is a Silver Foil Sheet cut to 4-1/4″ x 11″ and scored at 5-1/2″. Although if I were to make this card again, I would cut it to 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ and score it at 4-1/4″ for a tent card. I adhered a 4-1/8″ x 5-3/8″ piece of Soft Sky card stock to the front with Fast Fuse. I find Fast fuse works better than liquid glue on the slick foil sheets.

I ran a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of Whisper White card stock through the Big Shot with the new Pine Bough embossing folder.

I cut an ornament and ornament topper from a Silver Foil Sheet with the Delicate Ornament Thinlits Dies. I adhered the top to the ornament with Fast Fuse, then glued the ornament onto the embossed piece. Glue works fine on the back of the foil sheets.

I used my Paper-Piercing Tool to poke a tiny hole in the paper, and threaded a piece of Silver Metallic Thread around the ornament top and through the hole, where I adhered it on the back with Fast Fuse. I glued the Whisper White piece onto the Soft Sky piece.

The last touch was the bow. There is no Soft Sky Baker’s Twine, so I made some. I cut a length of Whisper White Solid Baker’s Twine, and put it in a small glass bowl with a few drops of Soft Sky Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill. I moved it around with my Paper-Piercing tool to make sure it all got dyed, then I laid it out on a paper towel to dry. I tied the dried twine in a small bow and adhered it to the ornament with a Mini Glue Dot.

Here’s what I used:

 

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Today is my Holiday Catalog Open House and BOGO Sale!

If you’re in the Atlanta area between noon and 4pm, stop by!

1621 Executive Park Lane NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

Park along the street (Woodcliff) behind the building.

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

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The Simple Joys of Washi Tape

 

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I like washi tape. I do. But I rarely remember to use it. I’m not sure why. So to make up for it, I made this card with a lot of washi tape on it.

 

Here’s how I did it:

 

I cut a piece of Whisper White card stock to 4″ x 5-1/4″, then I applied strips of Presents & Pinecones Designer Washi Tape approximately 1/4″ apart. I glued this to the Mint Macaron card base.

I stamped the sentiment from the Christmas Pines stamp set in Cherry Cobbler ink onto Whisper White card stock, then cut it with the Delicate Ornament Thinlits Dies. I used a Sponge Dauber to ink the edges in Mint Macaron.

I tied a bow with Delightful Dijon ribbon from the 3/8″ Ribbon Trio Pack, then I adhered it to the top of the ornament with Glue Dots.

I adhered the ornament to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals. Super easy, and it took no time!

Here’s what I used:

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Three things:

  1. My Open House and BOGO Sale is this Sunday, August 28, noon – 4pm ET. Click here for more details.
  2. The Thoughtful Branches bundle is only available until August 31! Click here to see it.
  3. August 31 is the last day you can redeem the Bonus Days coupons you earned in July.

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

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Haunted Jars for InKing Royalty Blog Hop

 

Fall Forward - August 2016 copy

 

Welcome to InKing Royalty’s August Blog Hop!  Stampin’ Up! demonstrators have been actively ordering from the 2016 Holiday Catalog, before it opens to customers on September 1.  We are excited to share some of our new goodies with you today!  Today’s Blog Hop is filled with inspiring projects that feature each artist’s take on the Fall months – Halloween and Thanksgiving are just around the corner.  After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

I’m always honored and humbled to participate in a blog hop with this amazing group. Today I am especially excited to participate in a blog hop with the fabulous Louise Sharp. I met Louise on the incentive trip in May, and just fell in love with her. She is adorable and sweet, and a very talented paper artist. Thank you, Louise, for joining us today!

Anyone who knows me knows that I love Halloween. It’s always been one of my favorite holidays. So today I’m sharing a Halloween card made with one of my favorite new stamp sets in the 2016 Holiday Catalog, Jar of Haunts. I knew I had to have it as soon as I saw the dripping ooze and the floating eyeballs!

 

Jar of Haunts stamp set

 

And it coordinates perfectly with the Everyday Jars Framelits Dies.

 

Everyday Jars Framelits

 

Here’s what I came up with:

 

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I love old horror movies. Not the gory slasher movies of today, but the old monster movies. With this card I was going for a mad scientist’s laboratory feel, with old wood, cob webs, and jars with icky oozy contents. This is the second day in a row I’ve made a 4″ x 8″ card. It just happens to be the size I needed to create the scenes of these two cards. You can see the other one here.

Here’s how I did it:

I stamped the mummy jar in Early Espresso ink onto Very Vanilla card stock. I used a Blender Pen to smear the ink a bit for shading. I used the Framelits to cut the stamped image, and to cut the jar shape from a Window Sheet. I then covered the image with glue from the Fine-Tip Glue pen and pressed the clear jar onto it. I did this on a Silicone Craft Sheet to catch the glue that oozed out. I held it for a moment, then curved it with my fingers and wrapped a small rubber band around it. I let it sit this way until the glue dried. This is how I got the rounded jars on the card. The glue made the ink run a bit, but I like the effect on this one.

For the jar of blood, I cut the jar shape from a Window Sheet and from Cherry Cobbler card stock. I glued the two pieces together, curved them, and let it sit with a rubber band wrapped around it, as I did the previous one.  I stamped the ooze in Cherry Cobbler ink onto Cherry Cobbler card stock, lined it up with the jar die and cut it out, then used Paper Snips to cut away the part of the jar below the ooze. I covered this with the same glue and let it sit on the Silicone Craft Sheet until it was dry. It curled a bit on its own, which helped when I glued it onto the full jar.

For the green jar, I stamped the eyeballs in Smoky Slate ink onto Shimmery White card stock. I used this paper because I knew I wanted to watercolor. I lined up the jar die with the eyeball image and cut it out. I used the same die to cut a Window Sheet. I colored the eyeballs with Stampin’ Write Markers in Pacific Point, Cucumber Crush, Soft Suede, and Cherry Cobbler. I used an Aqua Painter and Old Olive ink to color the liquid in the jar. I used my Paper Snips to cut away the part of the jar above the eyeballs and waterline.

I was afraid to use the glue on this one, because I really didn’t want the colors to run like they did on the mummy. So I covered the image completely with Fast Fuse adhesive, then stuck on the clear jar. Again I curved it with my fingers and let it sit for a while with a rubber band wrapped around it.

While the jars sat curling, I made the jar lids. I stamped the image from the Jar of Love stamp set in Versamark ink onto a Gold Foil sheet, then heat embossed it in copper. I used the corresponding die to cut them out. I used a Sponge Dauber to apple black Staz-On ink to make them look old and rusty. I used Fast Fuse to adhere the lids onto the jar of eyeballs and the mummy jar. I used a Real Red Stampin’ Write Marker to add some “blood” to the rim of the third lid, and set it with the heat tool.

For the card, I cut a piece of Halloween Night Designer Series Paper (silver cobweb on black) to 4″ x 8″ and glued it to the front of a Basic Black card base the same size (8″ x 8″ scored at 4″.) I used the Hardwood stamp with Basic Black ink on Basic Grey card stock to create the dark wood. I cut the image in strips and glued them around the edges of the card front. I made the bottom wider to look like a window sill, and adhered it with Foam Adhesive Strips.

I put a line of Stampin’ Dimensionals down the center of each jar, three layers thick, and adhered them to the card to look like they’re sitting on the sill. I used Foam Adhesive strips to adhere the last jar lid next to the bloody jar.

I hope you can come to my Open House and BOGO Sale this Sunday to see this card in person. Photos really don’t do it justice. See the event details here.

Everything I used on today’s card is listed at the bottom of this post.

 

I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Karen Browning at StampWithMeKZB. There’s a lot of inspiration to be found in this group, and you don’t want to miss it!

Thank you for hopping along with us.  If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Imogene Thomas at MomoMakes.com
  3. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  4. Louise Sharp at Louise Sharp.com
  5. Shawn de Oliveira at ShawnStamps
  6. Robin Myren at Songbird Designs by Robin
  7. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy   <– YOU ARE HERE
  8. Karen Browning at StampWithMeKZB
  9. Becky Volpp at InkBlossom with Becky
  10. Jennifer Spiller at Westside Paper Creations

 

Here’s what I used today:

The holiday items will be available to purchase September 1, but you can look at them in my online store now. You can purchase everything else now by clicking on the images below!

 

Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

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Santa’s Sleigh to BOGO Sale and Open House

 

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BOGO Sale and Open House this Sunday, noon-4pm!

 

I am honored to be featured today on Brian King’s blog, stampwithbrian.com. He is an enormously talented card maker and inspires many people every day, including myself.  He asked me to make something with the new Santa’s Sleigh bundle (Santa’s Sleigh stamp set and Santa’s Sleigh Thinlits Dies) which will be available to purchase when the 2016 Holiday catalog goes live on September 1. I was excited he asked me to use this one because I hadn’t used it yet. There are 15 stamps and 12 dies – plenty of images and shapes to make lots of different projects.

 

Santa's Sleigh bundle

 

Here is what I came up with:

I wanted to use the sleigh and reindeer framelits, but couldn’t fine a good way to fit them onto a regular 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ card. So I decided to create the scene I wanted, then build the card around it. It ended up being 4″ x 8″, so I made an envelope for it from a piece of Tip Top Taupe  paper from the 2015-2017 In Color Envelope Paper.

 

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Here’s how I did it:

I cut two sleighs, one from Real Red card stock and one from a Gold Foil Sheet. I cut the runner off the bottom of the red one and glued it onto the gold one, so I had a red sleigh with a gold runner. Then I cut the decorative top piece from the Gold Foil Sheet and glued it over the red. So the sleigh is three layers and the runner is only one.

Most of the stamping on this card is tone on tone. I stamped the tree in Garden Green ink onto Garden Green card stock and cut it out with the coordinating die. I glued it to the back of the sleigh so it looks like it’s propped inside it.

I stamped two deer. I inked up the stamp once with Crumb Cake ink on the body and Whisper White Craft ink on the antlers, and stamped it onto Crumb Cake card stock. I inked it up again with Soft Suede ink on the body and Whisper White Craft ink on the antlers, and stamped it onto Soft Suede card stock. I set the craft ink with my heat tool, then I cut out the two deer with the coordinating die.

I stamped the bow in Real Red ink onto Real Red card stock, and the wreath in Garden Green ink onto Garden Green card stock, and cut them out with the coordinating dies. I glued the bow onto the neck of one deer. I cut the wreath so I could slip it around the other deer’s neck and glued it in place.

I stamped the sentiment in Versamark ink onto Very Vanilla card stock and heat embossed it in gold. I cut it out with a banner die from the Gift Card Envelope & Trims Thinlits. The die is notched on only one end, so I cut the sentiment with the notched end of the die close to one end of the sentiment, then cut it again with the notched end near the other end of the sentiment. I matted this with a 3/4″ wide strip of Gold Foil Sheet and used Paper Snips to notch the ends to match. (I hurriedly typed up the info for Brian, and I think I may have mistakenly told him I used a different die set for this banner; maybe the Cupcake Cutout Framelits?)

So now I had all these pieces that needed a background. I envisioned a road through the snowy woods.

I began with a piece of watercolor paper cut large enough to contain the scene (3-1/2″ x 7-1/2″.) I used a Stampin’ Spritzer to get the front wet. I also spritzed the back a couple times to help keep it from curling up.

I used an Aqua Painter to swash Soft Sky ink onto most of the paper, and Crumb Cake ink onto the bottom portion. The road wasn’t as dark as I wanted, so I went over it with a Soft Suede Stampin’ Write Marker and blended it with the Aqua Painter. I could’ve let it sit overnight to dry, but I was too impatient, so I used my heat tool to dry it in just a few minutes.

I used a stamp from the Thoughtful Branches stamp set for the trees. I inked it in Mint Macaron ink and stamped off before stamping onto the watercolor paper. I wanted there to be a hint of trees in the background, but with so much snow you can barely see them.

I matted this piece with Gold Foil Sheet (3-3/4″ x 7-3/4″) and glued that to a Garden Green card base (8″ x 8″, scored at 4″.)

I adhered the sleigh to the card front. I glued the runner and used Stampin’ Dimensionals under the topmost part of the sleigh and the tree. I did this because I couldn’t get the foam adhesive cut skinny enough to go under the pieces, but I wanted the sleigh to stand out from the card a bit.

I adhered a piece of gold twine from the new Baker’s Twine Trio Pack to the back of the Soft Suede deer’s neck. Then I glued the deer to the card front. I adhered the Crumb Cake deer to the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

For the reins, I ran the gold twine from the darker deer back to the sleigh and back to the lighter deer. I threaded it through the wreath and around the neck and adhered it on the back with a Glue Dot.  I adhered the reins to the underside of the front of the sleigh with a Glue Dot. I used my Paper Piercing Tool to push the glue dots into place.

 

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The last thing to do was glue the sentiment onto the top center of the card. I would usually put the sentiment somewhere else on the card, but this reminded me so much of Christmas cards my family received when I was little, so this just seemed the right place for it.

 

Here’s what I used:

The holiday items will be available to purchase on September 1. Everything else can be purchased now by clicking on the images below.

 

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You can see this card, and others I’ve made, up close this Sunday at my Holiday Catalog Open House AND a BOGO Sale of retired items. Here are the details.

 

Stampin’ Up’s brand new Holiday Catalog goes live September 1

and I’m celebrating a few days early with an

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– AND –

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August 28, 2016, noon-4 PM

***** It’s FREE to attend *****

Please RSVP here so I can make sure I have enough Make & Take kits.

1621 Executive Park Lane NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

VERY IMPORTANT: PLEASE PARK ALONG THE STREET (WOODCLIFF) BEHIND OUR BUILDING. DO NOT PARK NEXT TO ANY OF THE UNITS IN THIS COMPLEX. Thanks!

Tell your friends!

 

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Shop my retired products and get the same $ amount in new products FREE!

I have a LOT of retired Stampin’ Up! items that need new homes. I mean, boxes and boxes and boxes full. I can’t even walk through the room they’re stored in! I really have to let this stuff go. Sooooo, I’m having a BOGO sale:

Whatever you spend on retired items, I will give you that much in new items! You only pay tax and shipping on the new stuff. Yes, you get twice the product! 

Example: Say you buy $100 in retired product from me. Then you get $100 toward an order of new product. So you can get $100 in new product and pay just $17.70 for tax and shipping OR you can subtract $100 from a larger order of new product.

PLUS you get a Gum Ball for every $50 you spend. (See how Gum Ball Rewards work here.)

This is a wonderful way to stock up, not only on retired products you may have missed, but also on current products in the Annual and  Holiday catalogs. Be sure to have your current product wish list ready before you come, to make the order process easier.

 

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– order from the brand new Holiday catalog AND from the current Annual catalog. I will place Holiday orders when the catalog goes live on September 1.

– get your FREE catalog

– see new products AND wonderful new projects made with them

– order new products

– use new products (FREE Make & Take)

– sign up for classes

– schedule a private class and receive a gift

– subscribe to Paper Pumpkin

– get the starter kit

– earn Gum Ball Rewards for a free stamp set (See how Gum Ball Rewards work here.)

Email [email protected] with any questions or comments. Use subject line “OH/BOGO”

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Thanks for stopping by today, and Sweet Stamping!

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