Thursday, January 5, 2017

Host-Exclusive Thankful Life Flower Card

Stampin' Up! Occasions Catalog 2017 Host-Exclusive stamp set Thankful Life flower card #stampinup www.juliedavison.comIt's Sale-a-bration! My favorite time of the stamping year because there's freebies for everyone! You can choose a free gift for every $50 that you order, but did you know that you also get extra Stampin' Rewards when you order over $150? Stampin' Rewards (aka Hostess Benefits) start at 10% -- or $15 when you order $150. You can choose any free product with your Stampin' Rewards, but make sure you check out the host-exclusive Stampin' Rewards in the Annual Catalog and the new Occasions Catalog because you can ONLY get those stamp sets when you order $150 or more or host a party!

(As a side note, if you are ordering over $150, DO NOT use the hostess code for my Stamp Club AT HOME or you will forfeit your extra freebies. Don't worry -- you'll still get your free project kit and gift from me!)

I used the new host-exclusive stamp set Thankful Life to create this card for our team card swap. There are three different stamps that layer together to create the colorful bouquet.
Stampin' Up! Occasions Catalog 2017 Host-Exclusive stamp set Thankful Life flower card #stampinup
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1 comment:

Nacky said...

OMG - I thought you individually colored the stamp with 3 different markers. Then I read that it's 3 different stamps. I was relieved. I couldn't imagine painstakingly coloring one stamp to get the multi-colored bouquet. :-) Love the "two-step" (or 3-steps in this case) stamps.