Friday, April 1, 2011

Exciting News!

Hello All!  I have exciting Stampin' Up! news.  Here are two of the latest deals that I am pumped to share!

Grab a Bag of Stampin' Up! Products!

Beginning today, April 1, and continuing while supplies last, you will be able to purchase special "grab bags" in my Online Store. These grab bags will come in three sizes: the $5, the $10, and the $15 grab bag. Each bag will contain a variety of  products that could include a combination of any of the following: ribbons, Accents & Elements, chipboard, Designer Series Papers, and Simply Sent kit components. Grab bags will not contain stamp sets or tools.

Please keep the following in mind:
There is no minimum purchase required to participate in the grab bag special offer.
There is no limit to the number of grab bags a customer may purchase; however, grab bag items are only available while supplies last.
All grab bag sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges.
Not all grab bags will be unique.

 $5 Grab Bag (containing at least $20 worth of products!)
 $10 Grab Bag (containing at least $40 worth of products!)
 $15 Grab Bag (containing at least $60 worth of products!)

Spring is Blossoming
Promotion details:  Spring is Blossoming with Sneak Peek products from the upcoming 2011-2012 Idea Book & Catalog. You can get these brand-new products in one of two ways:
  • Spend $20* on any Stampin' Up! products and become eligible to purchase both the Four Frames Set and Paisley Petals Designer Series Paper.
  • Host a $350* workshop and get the Four Frames Set and Paisley Petals Designer Series Paper for FREE!
*Net sales before tax and shipping
Start planning your spring workshops now so can get their hands on these exciting, new products in April--three months before the debut of the new Idea Book & Catalog!
Four Frames Stamp SetW: item 123440 | $20.95
C: item 123442 | $15.95
Paisley Petals Designer Series Paperitem 122367 | $9.95

So I am really excited about both these offers.  And I must say, I preordered the Paisley Petals DSP and it is bea-u-ti-ful!  I am actually going to frame some of it and use it for artwork in my new dining room.

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