Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Build Your Own Bonus!

Do you have a long wish list? Would you like a discount on future craft purchases?
Join Stampin’ Up! we have a special offer for ONE WEEK ONLY ......
We've never previously offered this concept - it's a 2 part offer too!
Part 1 - The starter kit is priced at just £74.25 for £130 worth in goods of your choice. This kit would normally cost £99.  You also get a business kit (catalogues, order forms etc), plus free shipping on this order.
Whilst you remain a demonstrator you’re eligible for a further 20% on all future orders, and a bonus one off 30% discount on an order over £150 in your first 45 days.
Part 2 - You'll get cashback on all sales/purchase made during December.

Remember the special price and cashback offer is only valid 25 November - 2 December.

Apart from the discount on all your crafty goodies you'll get all the regular benefits of becoming part of the Stampin’ Up! family including tons of inspiration from a team of other demos and resources such as our demo only website and our exclusive worldwide community forum called Stampin’ Connection. This is chock-a-block full to the brim with videos, tips and ideas - a whole crafting community!

You can choose to buy products just for yourself, sell to friends and family or create your own business - the choice is yours!
You will have plenty to choose from - join as a demonstrator now.In a nutshell:

  • £130 Kit for £74.25
  • 5% cashback on sales/purchases made during December
  • Option of 30% discount on 1st qualifying order
  • FREE Business Kit
  • FREE p+p on Starter Kit
  • Demo only website
  • Exclusive worldwide community forum
  • Become part of a team
  • Tons of inspiration
  • Purchase pre-order products prior to catalogues being released


Hmm! Sounds a good deal to me!
If you've been thinking about becoming part of our 'family' then this is a fantastic time to do so!
For more information call 07725 217695

Click on the link below to join my team...

Saturday, 8 November 2014

Today's Swap

Hi everyone, I feel as if I've not posted for ages!
A quick share with you today. We had our Stampin' Stars Team Christmas Party today and I want to show you the swap I took. Apologies for my 'fuzzifoto's'!
Made using the Four Feathers stamp set and matching dies, along with Pear Pizazz ink and Silver glitter.

Here's a closer look...
This is fast becoming one of my favourite bundles!

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

New Stampers

Last month I ran a freebie class to introduce new people to stamping. This month 5 of the ladies returned, we made 3 Christmas cards and a tag. Simple enough for all to achieve but still smart enought to send.
Here is a close up of the first card, we stamped half of the front of the card to create a background using soft sky,smoky slate and pear pizzaz ink and the Endless Wishes stamp set. The other half was covered with All is Calm DSP. The greeting strip was stamped, added a couple of sequins and lost lagoon ribbon bow.
On the front of this next card we adhered a piece of the All is Calm DSP, stamped a greeting from the Good Greetings stamp set then layered a piece of ribbon across. The snowflakes are from Endless Wishes, punched out with circle punches and finished with a sequin.
This last card was my favourite and could easily be adapted according to your paper scraps and greetings to suit different occasions. Would make a perfect card for a man.
Lost Lagoon layered onto Whisper White. Another layer of the white onto which rectangles of cardstock and DSP (all is Calm again - I LOVE this paper!) have been layered. Finished with a greeting from Good Greetings and some snowflakes.
Finally, we made a tag. Again, using the same DSP, ribbon and embellishments but the stamped image is from Merry Everything. Finished with some white bakers twine.
What do you think? If you'd like to check out the supplies used, take a look below...
(Please note - the Good Gretings stamp set is not available for purchase at this time. It is offered as a hostess benefit on a qualifying party order),

Sunday, 12 October 2014

A Little Hello

This card is CASED from some of the cards I made with Carole Bryson at her Croydon retreat earlier this summer.
It makes good use of 3 of our new In Colours and the 'Kinda Eclectic' stamp set. The greeting is from 'Four You'.
I feel sure it will bring some sunshine into the recipients day!

Friday, 10 October 2014

Flower Patch Shoebox Swap

Hi there! So, it's October, the weather has taken a quick turn in the past week but I'm still sunny in Lelly Jelly land.....or, at least, my card is.
You may remember the playday I mentioned back in July. I went to the home of another demo, my friend, Lesley (http://lesleyscraftroom.blogspot.co.uk/) along with some other lovely ladies, not forgetting my super friend Kim, also a demo (http://kimfeecrafter.blogspot.co.uk/) who drove me all the way into Kent for the day.
There were 6 of us in total and we all made a shoebox swap. If you don't know what that is then I'll tell you. Each person makes a card then gathers all the supplies and prepares enough packs for everyone attending to make the same card. The original idea is that it all fits into a shoebox. Well, I can tell you, sometimes we need to use a box from someone with extremely large feet!
I believe I've already shown you most of the cards, though I'll go and check, but not yet the one I have to share with you today.
The original is by Jan Dicks (her SU blog is having a makeover at the moment), here it is:
by Jan Dicks - Twinks stamping
She used the Flower Patch stamp set with matching dies to make this lovely card.
So, now to my take on this. As you can see it doesn't actually look as pretty!
Lelly Jelly's version!
This goes to show that even if you CASE something it doesn't always come out as an exact replica!
Despite this, we all had a fabuous day. Huge thanks to Lelly G for hosting, such fun too, to catch up with everyone!