Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Hostess with the Most-ess!

Be the Host with the Most free stuff! From now through December 15, if you host a qualifying workshop, you can earn an additional $35 in Free Hostess Credit! That means, a $350 workshop earns you $85 in FREE product!


Now is the perfect time to gather with friends and family to create beautiful handmade and heartfelt cards and gifts. Book your workshop with me today to ensure your choice of open dates. I have tons of great, easy and inexpensive gift-giving ideas that I would love to share with you and your friends.
And if you thought you missed out on the chance to get a FREE Big Shot, it's not too late. That promotion has been extended till November 11. Join the Stampin' Up! family now and choose either a free Big Shot or $100 in extra product. That's like getting over $450 of products for only $175!


I look forward to hearing from you and helping you enjoy a creative and fun holiday season!

Heather

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7 comments:

Kath said...

Heather what a cleave way to use the Bird punch,TFS

Christine said...

These also remind me of the plates I used to see in my Swedish grandparents home. I love your projects. My daughter loves yellow so she will love these.

Marsha Reed said...

I'll bet your grandparents are going to love that card! Great projects, Heather!

Karen Seitz said...

Heather - Your distlefink card is outstanding! So glad I got to see it!
Karen

Penny Hanuszak said...

Heather thanks for the backgrounder on the hex cards. That's so interesting and I love the way you tied that into the themes for your cards. Beautiful and thanks for sharing.

Diane - oliverdi@att.net said...

Heather WOW! What a great job on the inspiration of the original signs. Both are gorgeous but I love the birdie one. So bright and fresh and great interpretation of the distelfink (and thanks for the link of history - I'm such a trivia nut!)
Hugs.
Maybe I'll call someone that the next time I get upset and let them figure it out!
Hugs

Mary said...

I've always liked the Hex signs. You made nice use of color on yours.