Two years ago, I hosted my very first Stampin' Up! class. I'd fallen in love with some pretty Thanksgiving cards at a craft fair, and wanted to make them myself. After scheduling a time with the demonstrator I'd met, I invited a few friends over for a fun night of crafting. It was so much fun! And, never having sent Thanksgiving cards, I was pretty excited to send them and share with my friends and family that couldn't join me for the holiday.
That evening, the demonstrator started talking about the Starter Kit and joining Stampin' Up!. Curious, I did a little exploring, but decided not to purchase it right then. Pouring through the catalog, my wish list quickly grew. I started thinking more about the benefits of joining Stampin' Up! as a hobbyist. I mentioned it to the Hubs and he told me I should treat myself and buy it for me for Christmas. Again, I held off. But the more I thought about it, the more I really wanted it. So, on December 29th, I took the plunge and signed up.
NOW...that was a mistake but only because Sale-a-Bration started the very next week! Sale-a-Bration is the BEST time to purchase the starter kit, or what I like to call, the Ultimate Bundle! Here's why:
Here's just an example of the amazing products you can choose.
Not only do you get this amazing deal from Stampin' Up!, you also become an exclusive member of my Stamping Bee Team. This is an amazing group of ladies who meet once a month to stamp, share, laugh, and create. We're a mixture of hobbyists who join Stampin' Up! for the discount, as well as demonstrators. To me, there's no difference, and Stampin' Up! feels the same way. Benefits of joining Stamping Bee include:
Sale-a-Bration starts January 4, 2017 and runs until March 31st. But don't wait. You'll want to take full advantage of all the benefits and discounts joining Stampin' Up! offers with the New Occasions cataog! Contact me to learn more, or click here to join.
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