Monday, January 6, 2014

Celebrate National Papercraft Month with me!

Cloud Nine Special

You can get an exclusive Cloud Nine cardmaking kit for $15 (retail value $46) with a qualifying purchase of $35 or more (excluding tax and shipping) during January celebration of National Papercrafting Month. Make 10 adorable cards (2 each of 5 designs) with funky messages to put any recipient on cloud nine! You can add one cardmaking kit for every $35 in your order*. 
If you are ordering on my website, you'll be prompted to add this set before you check out if you qualified for it.

Dates: Offer valid January 1 through January 31, 2014.

Cloud 9 Kit Contents*:

  • 1-Cloud 9 Stamp Set (D size set)
  • 1-Cloud 9 B&T Duos Papers
  • 1-Lagoon Cardstock Sheet
  • 1-Honey Cardstock Sheet
  • 1 - 9" x 9 1/2" White Daisy Die Cuts Sheet
  • 1 Roll - Gold Polka-Dot Washi Tape
  • 1 Roll - Teal Shimmer Trim
  • 1 Package - Durables Triangles Studs
  • 10 - Card Bases and Envelopes
  • 1-Instructional Brochure
Valued at over $46!

 Not sure what to spend your $35 on? Never fear! My friend, Pam Jarrett made a list of suggestions of things you would need to complete your kit. Here's her list: 

X254 White cards and envelopes Value Pac $14.95 (the kit comes with cards, this just gives you cards to sue to make MORE cards!)
Z2195 Lagoon ink pad $5.25
Z2191 Sunset Ink pad $5.25
Z1151 3-D Foam Tape $5.95
Z553 Glue Pen $4.50
Total $35.90 

If you don't already have acrylic blocks, you may want to substitute or add the following blocks to that list: 
Y1012 4" x 5" Block $15.95

  You can find out here what kind of shopping spree you might get as a hostess!

Join my team now!

Through Janaury 31 this year you can get a Cloud Nine kit for free - but only as a new consultant after you have submitted $300 in sales. Check out some of the pages you complete with this new program


 The kit is only $99, but you will get $309 in product! Wow, when you consider all the benefits you can get as a consultant! Why not give it a try - its as easy as clicking here and get started - lol.

 
Happy creating!

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