Monday, 21 October 2013

Join Stampin' Up! for £25

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As part of Stampin' Up!'s 25th Anniversary celebrations for a brief period only (7th - 21st October 2013) you can join Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator for only £25.

This is a fantastic deal as it normally costs £99 to join, and as of the 22nd October it will revert back to it's usual price. This is a simply brilliant opportunity to test drive being a demonstrator, and if it's not for you then you simply stop.

The Starter Kit includes: 
* £26.95 worth of Stampin' Up! products (of your choice) plus
*Our Business Pack which includes annual catalogues, seasonal catalogues, order forms and invitation postcards for parties and events.

Extra Perks:
Place a first workshop order within 30 days of £150 or more and
*Choose any stamp set from the annual catalogue for free (redeemable in December, this is a perk for only those that sign up during this special period)
*Receive 30% Instant Income and hostess benefits (you claim the hostess benefits if you host your own event)
*Two free months of Demonstrator Business Web Services (DBWS)

To find out more or to join:
To read more about what it entails to be a Demonstrator, a member of my team and part of the Stampin' Up! family then head over to my 'Join' page - there is a link on this page if you want to go ahead and sign up.

Email or call with any questions you may have:  the_crafty_hippy@yahoo.co.uk      07896 314573

I have a lovely, supportive, friendly and vibrant team and we'd love to welcome you aboard!
Best Wishes,
Lauren
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Friday, 4 October 2013

A Papillon Pot-pourri Day


Good morning Hippies, Happy Friday!

I for one am so pleased it's Friday. It's been an insanely busy week in an unusually busy month. I've woken up so tired this morning ~ I usually wake before the alarm but I was fast asleep in snooze-land when it went off today ~ and it's a little dreary outside; so I thought we'd have a cheery post.

Cheery of course means yellow, polka-dots and butterflies! Butterflies have been a constantly popular trend for us at Stampin' Up! and the "Papillon Pot-pourri" stamp set and matching punch has been a favourite with customers.

I've teamed it with the "Itty Bitty Banners" stamp set which has wonderful sentiments in such as this Happy Birthday; and I've used the "Dictionary" background stamp in Crumb Cake ink to add interest. I finished it all off with the Daffodil Delight "Polka Dot Parade" designer series paper (punched with the Decorative Lavel Punch), an adhesive pearl, and a bit of Linen Thread - voila!

All these items can be ordered through me, or in the Stampin' Up! ON-LINE STORE

Have a happy day!
Lauren
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Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Party More, Get More



Second post of the day (and it's only 8.45!)

As part of Stampin' Up!'s 25th Anniversary celebrations from today until 31st October 2013 Stampin' Up! are offering an extra £25 in Hostess Credit for qualifying parties. Once your party reaches £250 in sales you'll be given an extra £25 Hostess Credit - that means you'll have £65 to spend on whatever you like in the catalogue rather than the usual £40.

Please contact me today to make your booking!

Lauren
the_crafty_hippy@yahoo.co.uk

Super Simple Tuesday

So, as the heading suggests today is Super Simple Tuesday (maybe I should make this a regular feature?!). This means today's beautiful but simple card requires very little work:

Morning Meadow, Banner Greetings, Stampin' Up! Stampin Up

I've used the "Stripes" embossing folder on some Whisper White card stock (which I have run through the Big Shot), mounted that on a Whisper White card, then added some flowers from the "Morning Meadow" Hostess set - which I cut out with some scissors -  and the sentiment from the "Banner Greetings" Hostess set (I seem to be using Hostess sets a lot this week).

A few little pearls and your card is ready for someone special.

I've used Pool Party, Strawberry Slush and Baked Brown Sugar Classic Stampin' Pads - they co-ordinate beautifully. You could add more or less flowers, plus some leaves if you wanted to make more of an impact. I tried to keep it as simple (and quick) as possible.

Shop and browse the Official On-line Store

Stay Crafty!
Lauren
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