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My world of stamping has now taken on a big change, and has become 'My world of Crafting'. Hopefully I can get back to the routine of more regular blogging.

Friday, 26 September 2008

STAMPIN UP is here

Well its taken over 3 weeks for me to let out my news - and here it is! I've found
Stampin Up!!
Wow - rubber stamping at its best.
SU in the United States is 20 years old this year but has only been available in the UK for just over a year. As you are probably aware, SU craft items are only available from demonstrators , either through holding a demonstration in your home or direct to your door from a demonstrator. You won't see them sold in shops or online but you will be seeing some of the fantastic goodies advertised in our UK craft magazines in the not too distant future.

SU offers co-ordinating stamp sets that you can't find anywhere else! The images in each set are designed to mix and match, so you handcrafted creations will come together beautifully. The deeply etched deigns and foam-backed rubber on each stamp ensure that your stamped images remain sharp. Some stamp sets are double mounted, with two stamps sharing one block. And a number of stamps come die-cut - no trimming is required!

With the release of our new catalogue on 1st October, its a very exciting time. I have the catalogues ready to go out next Wednesday with fantastic new additions that you will want - that's a sure thing!

***Beautiful new stamp sets***
***Scallop border punch***
***Co-ordinating stamp sets and punches***
***Brand new designer series paper and cardstock***
***Grosgrain ribbons , colour co-ordinated***
***Wonderful new Hostess stamp sets***
***And MORE***
The catalogue (full of ideas and techniques) retails at £4.95 but throughout October, you can purchase your copy for just £3.25 with FREE 1st class P&P. And what's more, this will be refunded on any order of £30 or more.
Any orders of £150 or more will receive a FREE hostess stamp set (your choice of level 1 sets in the catalogue) PLUS £15 of goods (your choice) from the catalogue.
With Christmas just around the corner, you could have your Christmas shopping sorted for the family in one easy step, and get FREE crafting goodies for yourself as a bonus!!
if £150 is just a 'step too far', take a look at my STAMPIN *10* CLUB below.
So don't delay, order it today, by contacting me triciaablett@hotmail.com .
If you are desperate to see the new catalogue before yours arrives, take a look at
to view the current catalogue, due to end 30th September. Saying that, many items are continued in the new catalogue as they are so versatile and popular. Some have been retired at a discounted price, so if something interests you, just let me know and I'll give you more information. See the colour families and how the stamp sets work so well together - you will never look back.
As the SU range is so collectable, I will be starting a STAMPERS *10* CLUB for those people who are willing to commit to spend £15 a month for the next 10 months. How easy is that?
How it works:
You commit to buy items from the catalogue to the value of £15 or more each month,it and then you receive a FREE hostess stamp set + £15 of goods from the catalogue for ONE of the the 10 months. If you feel that you could commit to £30 or more, you would take up 2 slots and receive 2 FREE hostess stamp sets + £30 of goods from the catalogue.
Just let me know by dropping me an email
Thank you for dropping by today - please pay me a visit soon as I shall be uploading projects and designs on a regular basis, to hopefully give you new ideas for your own creations.
Happy crafting!

1 comment:

Debbie said...

Hey you :-) lovely to see you have a blog woo hoo .. thanks for your lovely comments on my blog and hope your well .. I've got another bout of the flu woo hoo lol so am bored and restless at home and need to find some mojo .. see you've discovered stampin up lovely products wish I could join your stampers 10 but didn't realise you were doing as I've just joined another one last month!

Hope your well?



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