Before you scroll down for today’s project, I want to talk NEW CATALOGUE with you!
The new catalogue is fabulous and you really do need one in your hands. You also need to attend my Annual Catalogue Launch Party where you can see and play with the brand new products! So read on for how to make both these dreams come true…
My Annual Catalogue Launch Party is on Saturday, 27th June, 1.30pm-4pm at our usual venue in Horsley Woodhouse (DE7). I know this is after the catalogue goes live, but it gives us a wider choice of products for us to play with.
Everyone who attends will get a free catalogue but I’m not so heartless that I’ll make you wait until then. If you book for the event, you may collect your catalogue as soon as you wish – just drop me a line and I’ll tell you when it’s available.
The event will be a relaxed afternoon of Make & Takes, demonstrations, games, refreshments and chatting with like-minded crafters who are all as excited about the new catalogue as you are. The price is £10, with discounts for my club members and for accompanied children (age 10+ only please). To register, please CLICK HERE.
As some of you know, we’re having some major building work done on our house this summer and my craft supplies may have to be - gasp! - packed away, so I need to get prepped for this event super-early.
To encourage early booking, I’m offering a special incentive: anyone who books before 31st May will be entered into a prize draw to win a Moonlight Designer Series Paper Stack.
But what if you can’t make it to the event? How else can you get a catalogue?
It’s very simple. You could book a party - I take bookings VERY far in advance - and you’ll automatically get a new catalogue in your hostess kit before the event. Or you could simply email me to order your copy. They are free with a £30 order. Otherwise £3 collected from me, £4.50 if you want it posting to you. So what are you waiting for? Drop me a line!
And now I suppose you want to see a project...
This is a mix of old and new; a little sneak peek from a brand new stamp set called I Think You’re Great (I accidentally ordered the wood-mount version, doh!) and some retiring Project Life products. I have to confess here that I don’t know if the card came from the card pack or the accessory pack, but I wanted to a) use them up a bit and b) show that you don’t have to scrapbook with them!
Hope you like it!
Links by TheseAreMyStamps.com