Friday, 20 December 2013

2014 Stamp Club - Spots Available

Would you like to gradually build up your stamp and craft collection?
Earn free Stampin Up products?
Receive free catalogues for a whole year?
Learn new project ideas or techniques every couple of months?
If you answered yes to these questions, then my stamp club is the club for you.

I currently have limited spots available in my stamp club (6 people per club). If you are interested in coming along once every 2 months to socialise with people who share the same interest and to make a few projects then please read on.

How it works:

There is no cost to join the club, but you are simply required to spend a minimum of $50 + shipping on Stampin' Up! products every two months for one year (total minimum cost is $300 + Shipping per year).


What you get:

  • Free catalogues – The annual catalogue and all holiday or special catalogues are supplied free of charge;
  • A class every 2 months where you will make anywhere from 1 to 3 projects absolutely free of charge. Refreshments will also be provided;
  • Learn how to use current and upcoming products in the classes and enjoy the company of others who share the same interest;
  • Be the Hostess. Once in the year you will be the hostess and earn all the rewards that go with that title. You will qualify for at least $50 of free product of your choice. You can also choose to spend in the exclusive hostess only area of the catalogue. Your sales have every opportunity to be much higher.
  • A $5 discount on each and every additional class of mine that you would like to do.
  • A gift from me for each club member (gift may consist of retired and/or current products). 

My stamp club will commence 7 February 2014, please email me at jacquiimcleay@gmail.com if you would like to join the club.

White Christmas

I have always wanted to have a white Christmas... but living in Australia, there will be no chance of that ever happening as our Christmas is during summer. So the next best thing was to make some cards to reflect a white Christmas. I had a little inspiration from some other designers for 3 of my cards, see below for details.


 
 

The inspiration for the card above came from Tanja Kolar who makes beautiful cards and I love all her work and she now has a translation button on her website, so you can read everything in English.


The idea for the card above came from Heather Klump. I particularly loved the subtleness of the ornaments and the vintage feel of the card.

 

The inspiration for the card above came from Judy May. You can use any Christmas tree stamp for this card as they all work with the design.