Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Happy February!

In Stampin' Up! World, February is known as Sale-o-bration! What's that you say? The best time for Stampin' Up! Customers---with every $50 you spend, you get to choose an amazing product from the Sale-o-bration Mini-catalog. Stampin' Up! has outdone themselves this year...there's a ribbon pack, a paper pack, plus 4 FABULOUS stamp sets!

Click on the icon on the sidebar to see the flyer online, call me to get one, or if you are on my mailing list, you should check your mail from last week.

Sale-o-bration lasts from February 1st though March 31st. If you book a workshop, you are guaranteed higher sales than other months, fun stuff from me, a free Sale-o-bration product with every $50 you order, free hostess benefits with any workshop over $150, plus with every $300 in sales, you get another free product! WHOO HOO!

Want to see what you can make with these cool products?

I hosted a swap in January and a had a crack team of demonstrators design amazing cards for you to see! Not all cards from the swap made it to my camera through a weird twist of fate, but you'll see them later.

This set includes cards featuring the Congrats stamp set with a bit of the Delicate Dots Designer Series Paper and a few Polka Dot Punches. Oh yeah, and some of the Ribbon Bundle! Stephanie Mangus made the Barely Banana one (top left). I love her use of the 5 petal punch and the scallop edge punch. The DSP really stands out! Tara Angus made the other two cards. The blue one uses a chipboard frame. How cute (and easy) to make a dynamic card! The other card uses the DSP horizontally and features a ribbon tab. How fun!

Here's two in Pumpkin Pie. Fun and spicy!

Heather Robinson made the card on the left. She used the Polka Dot Punches set as well as the Flight of the Butterfly set for the sentiment. I love how she used her markers to color the Polka Dot Punches flower to match the Always Designer Series Paper. It Wow's me every time I look at it! The other card is just as cool. Catie Palmer made this one. She folded a Chocolate Chip Top Note (cut using the Big Shot) and put her Yummy Sentiment inside so that the card reads: "With Love, a little something for you, a little yummy in your tummy!" I can totally see this being used as a topper on a bag of caramel corn. Hmmm. I also love her use of the flower fusion.

Peggy Lucas made this card. I love the red, blue, green color combination. Or should I say, Always Artichoke , Night of Navy, and Real Red. She used both sets: Yummy and Botanical Blooms. Creatively, she used the frame from one of the sayings with the words from another using her markers. How cool!

Here's another standout by Peggy. She used Kraft and Patterns DSP to layer this up! Again, she used two Sale-o-bration Stamp sets--Yummy and Polka Dot Punches. How cool. The ribbon and the sponging really create a beautiful card.

Last, but not least is this card:
Elegant, huh? I love the way this card is layered. The use of the large oval punch plus the key tab punch with the gold brads. WOW! Amazing!

I hope you found a little inspiration!


  1. I really like the bottom card too. I just got my SAB dsp. I like it much better than i thought I would. Can't wait to get started playing with it. I always look forward to what you'll have next. See ya soon!


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