Do you remember THAT song? Well, now IS the time to celebrate or SALE a Brate with Stampin' Up! Sale a Bration with Stampin' Up! is going on right now through the end of March. THIS is a very BIG deal with Stampin' Up! AND is for you(and me) as well! To find out how YOU can get FREE products, just scroll down and on my right side bar, click on the picture that is titled Sale a Bration. That little 'click' might just make your day! :)
IF you would like to hostess a Stampin' Up! party or attend a workshop in my area(Dallas, TX), please contact me and we'll work the details out. NOW is the time to take advantage of ALL the wonderful deals. ONE great deal, Stampin' Up! has going on is IF you purchase a $50 order (within the time frame), you get to choose a FREE PRODUCT from the Sale a Bration brochure! There IS no limit either! Soooo, the more you buy, the more FREE PRODUCTS you can get! Whatta deal!
HERE's the ENTIRE scoop and then you can go and check it all out for yourself, PLUS view the brochure to see the products.
When you spend $50 on Stampin' Up! merchandise, you'll receive a free Sale-A-Bration reward! There's no limit—for every $50 you spend, you can select another free Sale-A-Bration reward.
When you host a workshop of at least $300 (before tax and shipping), you'll receive a free Sale-A-Bration reward, in addition to all of the regular hostess benefits!
During Sale-A-Bration, anyone who joins as a demonstrator can choose any stamp set—a value of up to $47.95—from the current Idea Book & Catalog! Plus, new recruits get 15% off the Starter Kit—over $350 of Stampin’ Up! products and business supplies for only $169!
The Sale-A-Bration promotion starts on February 1 and runs through March 31, so don't miss your chance to earn free products! Contact me today to book your workshop or learn more about this promotion.
HERE is the link to my online store. Shopping online is so very NICE! No hastle of having to 'talk to anyone'.....pay by Credit Card........have your products shipped directly to you w/out having to use a 'middle person' for product delivery. Hey! All that is ALmost as kewl as chunky peanut butter lol! ;)