Friday, 10 June 2016

Love You Lots froggy card



Oh happy day indeed! My big order came - it was sooooo exciting, especially as much of it was for me, and most of my stuff was FREE. Why free? Well, as a demonstrator, I get to earn special rewards for sales and recruiting during Sale-a-Bration - and the long redemption period means I can save them up for new catalogue products. 

There was a distinct animal theme to my order, with birds, a flamingo, llama and foxes among my stamp sets, plus another out-of-character floral set. One of my flower-loving customers, Grace, says her influence is rubbing off. And it probably is; I do think that stamping with other people opens your eyes to other styles and ideas… not to mention giving you access to even more fun products! So if you’re not hold stamping play dates with your crafty friends, why not? And if you don’t have any crafty friends, why not join a class or sign up as a demonstrator? (There’s a GREAT offer on at the moment - just sayin’.)




Anyway, today’s project is project is another Love you Lots card, as I haven’t actually had time to make anything with my new stuff yet. Hope you like the fun froggy!

Please come back tomorrow for Caturday in the morning... then another Around the World Blog Hope late in the evening. 


Blender Pens
[102845]
£9.00

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