Saturday, 11 September 2010

An apology

Sorry for not updating my blog with projects. What with family birthdays and back to school/work, I just haven't had a minute to craft since I got back from holiday - and I'd used up all my "spare" projects to keep the blog going while I was away.

But yesterday I did have a play with Kelly's catalogue pre-order, which was fun! I'm not allowed to post sneak peek projects on my blog until 1st October but after that, it will be new catty stuff all the way!

Something else I've been doing since getting back from France is trying to catch up on all the Stampin' Up! news - as you can imagine, with a retiring list and new catalogue sneak peeks, there has been a lot going on.

One of exciting announcements was that, if you sign up during September, you can choose brand new catalogue stamp sets from the sneak peek list! You will also get your new catalogue with your kit, so get to see everything early! And you'll have the option of purchasing one Level 2 and one Level 3 stamp set from the new catalogue - this is the only time of the year that anybody can buy these exclusive sets. What's more, you won't have to meet your first sales target until the end of December, so plenty of time.

If you've ever thought about signing up as a demonstrator, please get in touch and I will answer any questions you may have. It's really not as daunting a prospect as many people think - and it's great fun!

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