It is Sale-a-Bration time!
Don't you just LOVE a great sale?
Free product with every $50 order. This is from Stampin' Up!
There will be more Valentines for you to make at the Stamp Along. This one is done in Cajun Craze which makes it a little more masculine than when it is done in Real Red.
There is another minion. I finally got to watch the movies with the minions so I understand why they are so popular. They are sure cute in the movie. This one is done with the circle flip card. I didn't think I needed the circle flip card framelit until I saw this cute little minion on Michelle Suit's blog.
Then there is a wedding and anniversary card. These are done with the Best of Brides and Babies. There is still time to get the Best of.... before they retire in March. Don't forget to send in your stickers for the free $14.95 stamp see of your choice. This is the month of my/our wedding anniversary so I just might have an anniversary special at the Stamp Along besides the already great deal of the SAB free item and free shipping.
How would you like that? Give me some suggestions. Try to make them realistic!
What do you think about that cute little alligator? I saw that one on someones blog but their name isn't on the picture and I don't remember. Thank you to the creative person that shared it. The stamp set is See Ya Later and it is one that you can receive free with a $50 order.
All the same yet so different.
It always amazes me to see the difference that just one changed element can do to change the feel of a card. In this case the color of the base card is the only difference in these three cards. Which one do you like the best? You might want to make a few of these to have on hand. The set used is Another Great Year in the Occasions catalog.
There will be another drawing from the comments left between now and the Stamp Along next Monday. I love winning prizes, don't you?
You can also win a prize for signing up to try the Paper Pumpkin at www.mypaperpumpkin.com
I still need a few more to meet that challenge and receive that box of retired product.
Could you help?