Thursday, 27 October 2011

Time with Luca

Hello there, I am here today with a Christmas card!!  Like it or not it is coming round very fast. I have used everything Eleanor again it is a fab set very versatile.
Now I have to admit that i made this card back in August when Moira my French demo friend visited me. We had a fun weekend together and made quite a few cards with this set. Now I will tell you straight away that the sentiment (hristmas part) is retired now but the sentiment from the Contempo Christmas will work just as well. I just didn‘t get round to changing it. The combo is Baja Breeze, River Rock and Cherry Cobbler.
The frame was stamped straight onto my river rock layer and the C monogram from the Broadsheet alpha was stamped on vanilla and punched out with the 13/4” circle punch.
The rest of the words was stamped on a banner and pieced together with the monogram for a different look. The bird from the same set was stamped in espresso ink and cut out.
Glass glitter, delicate lace trim, pearls and an and antique brad  provide plenty to look at and give a pretty and slightly vintage feel to this card I feel.
I need to step up my Christmas card making a bit although I am soo much ahead than other years thanks to my Christmas Club. I have quite a few ready.
now this week was wonderful so far as is half term and Luca and my sis have been here since last Saturday. To say I loved every minute of it is a slight understatement is been fabulous and I needed the break as well. we went out and about every day but Tuesday we had the best day. We spent it the the fabulous Farmers Cart near York and we all had a fab day.
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We laughed so much going through the spooky corn maze, Luca was terrified bless him and I laugh every time I see this picture, I had to zoom in so you can see his face, I love this little guy so much.
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hope to see you again soon thank you for stopping by, hugs xx
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Tuesday, 25 October 2011

October Christmas Club

October Chrsitmas club

You are invited to our Christmas Club  Sunday 30 October 2011 Hello, I hope this finds you well. The weather is turning the chill in the air is telling us that Autumn is here to stay. Christmas is not that far now and once again we meet to complete more cards in preparation. Would you like to join us? Like always in this month's club we are making eight beautiful cards in one session, two of each design. You will also receive beautiful envelopes for all of the cards so you are ready to go.

Here’s all the details


30 October 2011, 10am -12.30pm
Carlton Village Hall

DN14 9PB
£12.50 This option includes your complete kit to make EIGHT cards 2 of each design, refreshments and cakes.

      FREE   With any £35 order or more, this is the best option you can order at the class or now, is up to you.

If you need any more info please get in touch with me.


Introduce a new member to our clubs who is not on my mailing list, and you will get a £5 voucher towards your next club, TELL YOUR FRIENDS the clubs are fun and you are sure to enjoy the beautiful projects.

Generous Raffle prizes will be available on the day, everyone gets a FREE ticket for attending with a chance to purchase more.

Interested? Please book your spot at

Hope to see you there, crafty hugs Monica xx

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Sunday, 23 October 2011

Versatile Petal Cone

Hello there hpe you’re well and having a good weekend. I will have to be quick as we are holding Mum’s six month remembrance service today. Laura with little Luca arrived last night and we are all heading for the Church soon.

I want to show you the yummo Petal Cone Die from stampin’Up1 today. It is probably my fave new die although of course I love the candy wrap die and so many others.

I will have LOADS of these on my tree this year and will make plenty to gift to my friends as well.

chrissy cone

How lovely would they look on a tree? Petal Cone die, the doily layer is from the Pennant Die the cute saying is from the tags till Christmas stamp set cut with the curly label punch, it fits in perfectly. some polka dot ribbon and a tiny button complete the whole decor of this simply but very effective decoration of course it has the added bonus of being able to gift something inside it as s a close up

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I used Stampin’Up! markers in chocolate chip and cherry cobbler.

The handles made from polka dot ribbon were attached to the cone with pretty antique brads.

Last week I had a play with some of my team girls and we had a go at turning the petal cone die into a stunning favor box perfect for a weeding, it was my plan to make a groom as well but I just run out of time.


In addition to petal cone die we used the large heart punch, the lace border punch and the itty bitty flower punch for the bouquet. I adore the whole thing and I wish I could credit the person that inspired me to make this, I have seen many examples as elaborate as you can imagine, I even saw one made from 4 pieces and it ends up like a beautiful crinoline dress. The sentiment if from the Teeny Tiny Wishes.

Have a wonderful Sunday see you again very soon. Till then Big Hugs xx

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Thursday, 20 October 2011

Training Passionettes..

At LAST I hear you say!! And you will be right in being crossed with myself but all I will say is that when life is very hectic I just have to prioritise.
I want to share with you the fabby projects we did last Sunday in Peterborough. There was loads of us on the day and we had such a great time I love demo get togethers .
I am sure you want to see the projects
We made 3 cards, a cute Halloween treat box,  a lovely scrapbook page and a equally lovely album last two designed by the fabby Bekka.
Here we go
qtrly aviary
I am sure you heard of paper piecing technique before, well I named the technique for this card Stamp Piecing Winking smile.
We basically took two stamps and married them together to create a fab effect. Stamp sets used are the new set Aviary and The old set Hopeful Thoughts.
Calypso Coral, Pool Party and Lucky Limeade.
You can see  the fabulous new ribbon punch, new gorgeous antique brads and stroke able Victoria lace trim. the sweet flowers were punched with the itty bitty punch.
Next up
qtrly mocha
Everyone got in their kits half a pack of the yummy Mocha Morning papers, a full pack of antique brads and a full reel of Victoria lace so we have been using those supplies throughout the day.
I LOVE this card, Everything Eleanor is a super set I really like the oversized frame and the beautiful swirl, the flowers were stamped and cut out and each one adorned with a antique brad. Sentiment comes from the For My Family a firm fave of mine.
Next up was my favourite of them all
A cute witch hat made with the versatile Petal Cone die and the scallop circle die. We used some of the flocked paper from the Mocha morning to decorate and a few splashes of colour for contrast. The face comes from the Jack of All trades stamp set.
Next Bekka’s beautiful projects
A gorgeous looking handbag using those delish papers but then when you open it up…….. SURPRISE, SURPRISE !!!!!!!!!!
is a beautiful album. It uses some of our square envelopes and is decorated with more Everything Eleanor and Baja Breeze card stock.
Last project was this simple but very effective scrap page.
How clever is that mitred frame ? made using the fabulous lace border punch.
Right I am off finishing some work I have outstanding is a very busy time of the year from SU demos.
Hope to see you soon, thank you for stopping by, hugs xx
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Sunday, 16 October 2011

Kidoodles Halloween treats

Hello there, as you read this I will be in Peterborough meeting with lots of my team members and lovely fellow demonstrators for a full day of stamping sharing and crafting. I am very excited to see everyone and I am hoping everyone will love the fun projects we have prepared.  I will of course share them with you all after today.

But right now I want to share with you my swaps. We swap between us at every event and here’s mine a very cute treat holder, each one holds a little chocolate.

hallo treat

Yiiikess look at him !! are you scared of spiders? do they give you the creeps? I do not mind them actually at all.

These sweet treat holders were made with the fabulous  2 tags die. I love Halloween and I am soo glad we now carry stamps and papers. This cute little spider is part of the Kidoodles stamp set and I coloured him using a blender pen and our ink pads. I did shot a video tutorial and will have it uploaded either tonight(if I am not totally wiped out) or tomorrow. Unfortunately I run out of time to edit and have it uploaded in time for today. The fact that I shot the video is an achievement so I should not be putting to much pressure on LOL.

Here’s a little close up

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Isn’t it he cute? I started by loving doing them however after making about 150 of these I wasn’t so in love with them anymore. I only needed 50 for today’s training but  I loved adding them to this month’s orders and also I know I need some for the end of the month so I can guarantee that I will have to make some more.

Thank you for stopping by have a great Sunday and see you again soon. Till then big hugs xxx 

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Saturday, 15 October 2011

Sharing New Ribbons- Reserve your spot now!!

Please scroll down for newer posts!!
Did you see the lovely ribbons and trims in our new catalogue? Would you like them all but simply cannot afford them in one go? How about some ribbon sharing?  I decided to offer some shares and you can see them below, you can choose one or more or indeed ALL OF THEM depending on your budget.
Here’s the details:
In Colour Ruffled Ribbon- 5 meters one of each colour
£5.30 incl. delivery
Polka dot scalloped ribbon- 10 meters one meter of each colour £ £ 7.70 incl. deliverypolka
Seam binding ribbon- 7meters one meter of each colour
£ 4.50 incl. delivery
seam binding
His and hers collection –4 meters one meter of each crochet trim and one meter of each denim jean ribbons. £ 4.00 incl. delivery
his and hers
WANT IT ALL £21.50 delivered to your door. I have a few spots taken already please let me know if you would like a spot or 2 at
See you next time till then Big Hugs xxx
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Masculine the easy way..

Hello I hope the sun is shining where you are as well, is a beautiful day here today. We have been blessed with a lovely and warm autumn long may it continue.

I have a masculine card here for you today and I am pleased that it only took me about 15 minutes. Now that is unheard off normally I find it so hard to work masculine.

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Loads of new catalogue products on here but I just carried away and I love using two or more sets to create a card that’s just perfect, after all that’s the perks of having a big stamp collection is it not? uhu I am desperately trying to justify my insane amount of spends in the new book.

Two sentiments sets were used to spell my celebratory message, For My Family  which is such a welcome addition to any stamp collection and Delightful Dozen containing beautiful messages covering a wide range of events.

In the background you can see a new embossing folder and the Well Worn designer paper which is just stunning and so perfect for masculine projects.

The main panel was coloured with the aid of Stampin’Up! s  marvellous markers. I used quite a few colours and I huffed over the entire image before stamping onto Very vanilla card stock.

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a few buttons for extra interest and DENIM ribbon!!! oooh this looks fabaroonie on men’s card, gotta love that!!!

Supplies: all Stampin’Up! unless otherwise stated

PAPER: Cajun Craze, Early Espresso , Night of Navy, Very vanilla, Well Worn designer paper                                                                                                                    INK:Cajun craze,Night of Navy, River Rock, Early Espresso, Soft Suede Markers
STAMPS: For My family, Delightful Dozen
TOOLS: Big Shot, Square Lattice and Stripes embossing folders,                                                                                                                       ACCESSORIES: Denim Jean ribbon and neutral collection buttons.


Cut a card blank from Cajun craze measuring 14cnx 14cm.

Cut a strip of Early espresso card at 5cm x12cm and a strip of designer paper at 4.5cm x 12cm and attach on top of the espresso strip.

Cut a piece of river rock card stock measuring 12cm x 7cm and run thought your big shot machine on the stripes embossing folder.

Glue both those layers to the card blank then cut another strip of espresso card 14cm x 5cm  and run this through the square lattice embossing folder. Wrap some denim jean ribbon around and attach over the join on the card.

Cut a piece of vanilla card 6cm x 9cm and a night of navy piece at 6.5cm x 9.5cm .

Using markers ink and stamp your message on the vanilla layer then use a dauber to ink some espresso ink on the edges, glue to the navy card and add to the card with  dimensionals. Thread some thin strips of card through the buttons and glue in place.

To make the fun banners at the bottom stamp the sentiment in navy onto vanilla card, Using your scissors cut thought the letters and add a flag like shape at the bottom. Attach under the ribbon with a strip of dimensionals and you’re done.

Have a glorious weekend , see you again soon Hugs xxx


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Thursday, 13 October 2011

More Mocha and Eleanor

Hello my lovely blogging friends!! I have been a bit tied up yesterday prepping for an upcoming Quarterly training event in Peterborough. I also received some big orders that needed packing, delivering and posting and by last night I was to shattered to blog.
But here I am with more Mocha Speciality papers for you today, honestly these papers are just so beautiful.
mocha pool
You like? I told you those papers were nice!!. I paired the flocked paper with basic black card stock and pool party card stock. The stamps are from the Everything Eleanor set and the monogram was made using the Broadsheet Alphabet. It has an M on it because this was a sample for my catalogue launch and didn’t make it for anyone in particular.
Can you spot the glorious pool party lace? it is card punched out with the Lace ribbon punch and crumpled up before sticking down to look like pretty lace edge. I love this effect and I can have lace in any colour I want!!!
Here’s a close up of the simply stamped flowers onto crumb cake cardstock.
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Added pearls soften the black out and add extra interest to the whole group of stamped elements.
there you go I hope you enjoyed today’s project I hope to see you again soon. Oh and my Thermomix adventures are still happening I cook several things every day in between doing my work, is great that this fabby machine does all the work ensuring we eat well while I get on with my work. I had to make a sweet treat last week and settled on yummy and nutty chocolate fudge.
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Ok now go on and wipe your screen clean. LOL
See you again very soon. Hugs xxx

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Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Just say YES!!!

Hello there I hope you are well , is an exciting day today as I am taking part in a global competition to book as many workshops as I can in the next 24 hours. Demos around the world are doing the same and collectively we need to reach 10.000 workshop bookings, so I am glued to phone today ringing and messaging my lovely customers and hostesses. I so hope we can reach our goal so if you hear from me just make my day and say YES!!!
I would love to come and show you our fabulous new product range and offer you a fun few hours for you and your friends, I provide everything we need from fabulous projects you and your guests get to make and keep, to inspiring demonstrations and tons of ideas, best of all YOU earn fabulous FREEBIES!! Email me to book your fun day or evening I promise you will love the whole experience. You can email me to pick a date at telemech01ataoldotcom
 Sharon if you read this and you still want a ribbon share spot please email me or ring me(details at the top of my blog) I cannot contact you from the comment you left on my blog so please get in touch. I filled the first share immediately and there are only 4 spots left in the second share so you need to be quick.
Ok so for something creative today I am sharing more of the gorgeous Mocha Morning designer papers.
mocha pillow
I cut 3 pillow boxes in some of the flocked papers and one in the metallic paper and simply tied them with some black sating ribbon. How beautiful are they? who can resist beautiful packaging? I added a crumb cake seam binding bow topped by a lovely embellishment made with the lace border punch and 1” circle punch. I simply trimmed a flower motif from a black punched border and added a 1” circle in crumb cake sparkly rhinestones  complete the opulent look.
Here’s a closer look…
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right i need to dash and book a few more workshops, thank you for joining me today see you again soon. Big hugs xx
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Monday, 10 October 2011

Mocha Morning papers

Happy New Week!!! hope you had a great weekend, I took some ME time as this was the only Free weekend this month, I have and will be working all the rest. So it was nice not to do very much other than cook like a woman possessed with the Thermie. I have made sauces to keep in the fridge for quick mid week meals, 3 batches of bread, a raspberry sorbet, vanilla ice cream,  soup, cottage cheese, coleslaw, plus some yummy dinners, and of course CADA every morning to start us off right, I loved it.

I am showing you a few more samples I had ready for my Catalogue Launch last week. It uses the most gorgeous set of papers, Mocha Morning Speciality.

mocha card

They are to die for keep your eyes peeled for a paper share soon, you need to see these in real life, super gorgeous flocked designs in soothing neutral shades will allow you to create elegant projects and packaging in a flash.


Stamps: Tiny Tags, Just Believe

Papers:Mocha morning dsp, Soft Suede and Very Vanilla card

Inks: Soft suede, basic black, crumb cake

Tools: brayer, tiny tags punch, itty bitty flower punch

Accessories: Yummy Victoria lace trim, pearls, vintage brads.


Start with a A5 card blank in soft suede, cut a piece of dsp 8.5cm x 13cm and adhere to the blank.

Cut a piece of Very vanilla card at 6.5cm x 10cm stamp your design then using the brayer and crumb cake ink gently brayer some colour from the outside edges to the middle to create the aged background.

Overstamp the corners by inking first then stamping off on a scrap of paper before stamping onto your panel.

Punch out some dsp with the itty bitty and add on the main stamped motif top with self adhesive pearls.

Adhere your panel to the main card and add some lace trim and a vintage brad. Stamp your sentiment and punch out add to the brad and VOILa! done.

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Look at that fabulous brad !! I adore these and they are amazing value £5.50 for a pack of 20. And the trim Oh my!! do not ask me about that because I will bore you to death pronouncing my eternal love for it.

I hope you like my offering today and before I go I will explain a bit about my favourite breakfast at the minute CADA. Until I bought my Thermomix I have never heard of it but I had this nearly every morning since finding out, if you have a processor you will be able to make this and trust me you will find it hard to go back to muesli after tasting this.

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CADA stands for Coconut(desicated), Almonds, Dates and Apple fresh.

You need a small handful of each and one fresh apple, add everything to the Thermomix bowl and press turbo button for 2 seconds no more or you will end up with puree. If using a traditional food processor it will take you longer but just keep an eye on the texture.

I enjoy mine with a generous helping of creamy Greek yoghurt made in the Thermomix as well. Let me know if you try it.

See you again soon thank you for stopping by hugs Monica xxx

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Saturday, 8 October 2011

Winners !!! and FABRIC!!!

hello there I hope you’re enjoying your weekend!! I have left the post with the ribbon share up and there is only one spot left for the EVERYTHING share and a few spots left for the ruffled and his and hers collection.
I have the winners from my Catalogue Launch and here they are..
Congratulations ladies and huge THANK YOU to those that entered.
And I am showing something a bit different that involves our FABRIC !! yep we now carry beautiful cotton prints that coordinate beautifuly with our stamp sets and designer papers.
This is a project that we did at my last monthly training and it doubled up as another entry into the Stampin’Up! competition.neck lace
Its a beautiful soft ruffled necklace using the Timeless portrait fabric. You simply stitch a channel on your length of fabric then thread the chain through. You can embellish further with some lace or indeed leave as it is. Fraying the edges adds extra texture. I hope you like my funky neck piece and I hope you will enjoy the rest of your weekend. Till next time Big Hugs xxx
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Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Sailing Pennant Parade

Hello again,  I have another card made with the Pennant Parade stamp set. When I first come across this fabby idea on Splitcoast stampers forum I just let out a little squeal of excitement, I thought it to be great and I wished I thought of it!!Winking smile
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Isn’t it cute? It would make the perfect young boy card, it is also very quick to put together because it more or less only uses punches.
the colours used are Pool Party, Real Red , Early Espresso, Island Indigo.
And here’s a close up of the cute boat
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Supplies: All Stampin Up! unless otherwise stated
PAPER: Pool Party, Early Espresso, Whisper White                                                   INK:Pool Party, Real Red, Island Indigo
STAMPS: Pennant Parade, Party This Way
TOOLS: Big Shot, Square Lattice embossing folder, Crimper, 13/8”circle punch, pennant builder punch, Extra large Oval punch                                     ACCESSORIES: Real Red narrow grosgrain ribbon, Pool Party ruffled ribbon, rhinestones
Dimensions and directions:
Start with a Early Espresso card blank. take a piece of whisper white card stock measuring 9.5cm x 10cm.
Cut freehand 2 cloud shapes in Pool Party stick to the whisper white layer and run the lot through the big shot and the Square Lattice folder.
Take 3 pieces of Pool Party card stock and punch the waves out of the edges using the 1 3/8” circle punch and using a dauber ink the edges before sticking down all three pieces. Tie a piece of pool party ruffled ribbon around and tie into a knot.
Adhere the white and pool party panels to the base card.
Take the extra large Oval punch and punch out the boat shape from Early espresso card. Cut a thin strip for the mast and then stamp 2 sails one on real red one in island indigo and punch out with the pennant punch. Adhere to the mast and glue in place over the waves.
Stamp your sentiment and add to the card.
Thank you for joining me see you again soon. Till then big hugs xxx
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Monday, 3 October 2011

New Pennant Parade

Hellooooooo there have you had a good weekend? I had my launch on Saturday and yesterday I spent the whole day exhibiting at the KC Stadium in Hull helping a downline get her business of the ground. So if you stopped by our stand yesterday big **wave**
What do you think of the new book? Are you loving it? Is your wish list HUGE? If it is, NOWis the perfect time to join a Virtual Club!!!
 I am starting another one at the end of the month and I have 9 places available, read more HERE then contact me.
Personally I am excited beyond words about the new book, we have a fabulous offering this year and I have lots of fabulous projects to share with you already as I spent a lot of time creating with the new stuff over the last weeks building samples.
And I am sharing today the make n take everyone did at my launch on Saturday. It was a beautiful day and all my lovely friends and dear customers came to support me and my launch, we had a fabulous time and the day whizzed by far to quickly like it always does when you’re having fun. So if you was there a huge THANK YOU to you from me.
Here’s the card
Love Calypso Coral ( I know, I keep telling you that) and the ladies all fell in love with it as well, as they were stamping the pennants(bunting) before punching them out with the matching pennant punch I could hear them saying  *oooh that is SUCH a nice colour* Open-mouthed smile
I paired it with Pool Party, Real Red and Daffodil Delight. The flowers were punched with the Boho blossom punch and the Itty Bitty one and topped with rhinestones.
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the sentiment from the same was stamped in real Red before punching it out with the 3/4” circle punch and layered onto the bigger flower from the Boho Blossom punch.
Supplies: All Stampin’Up! unless otherwise stated
PAPER: Pool Party, Real Red, Daffodil delight                                                               INK:PoolParty,Calypso Coral,Real Red                                                                                   STAMPS: Pennant Parade,
TOOLS: Big Shot,Top Note Die, Pennant Builder punch, Square Lattice embossing folder,  Boho Blossom Punch, Itty Bitty punch,  ACCESSORIES: Rhinestones, daffodil delight narrow ribbon
And onto the next card I have to show you, in the same set you have a pot stamp as well because the pennants can be easily transformed into trees and Christmas trees, and I did just that with this next card made my pennants in to a Christmas tree..
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This time Pool Party a new in colour was paired with Cherry Cobbler, Chocolate Chip and Lucky Limeade(another new in colour)
I used markers to ink the fabby A LA Carte Christmas stamp called Something For Christmas.
Here’s a close up of the tree folded up and the gorgeous antique brads and new polka dot scalloped ribbon.
Supplies: All Stampin Up! unless otherwise stated
PAPER: Pool Party, Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade, Chocolate Chip
INK: Pool Party, Cherry Cobbler, Lucky Limeade, Chocolate Chip markers                                                                                                                                                STAMPS: Pennant Parade, Something for Christmas
TOOLS: Big Shot,Top Note Die, Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder, ACCESSORIES: Polka Dot scalloped ribbon in choc chip, Antique brads
Thank you for joining me today DON’T FORGET about my current SPECIAL.
Hope to see you soon till then Big hugs xxx
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Saturday, 1 October 2011

READY STEADY…………SHOP!!!!!!!!!!!!

It’s HERE !! at long last!!! Click picture to start browsing new catty cover
I am sure you are super excited to have a good old smooch at all the new stuff and OH EM GEE!!!  I am going to be so broke. There is far to much I need/want and narrowing it down to fit my budget is proving hard. I think I have my final list sorted so i am good to go.
Ok the first thing I want to announce is BIG Changes to the hostess benefits!!
I am super excited about this change as it makes our fabulous reward program even more fabulous if that was ever possible. Going forward from this catalogue we no longer have the tiered system so good old hostess levels are GONE!!
Instead the hostess simply receives a £ amount based on the totalling sales. She then is free to choose how to spend her money, on hostess exclusive sets or on catalogue items of her choice. This is so much more flexible and guess what else is really cool?  A total order of £150 will ensure you can still afford the most expensive hostess set in the book if you so fancy it, no longer you need to spend £600 to get a bigger more expensive hostess set, isn’t that cool? I Red heartStampin’ Up!! Check out the new table
hostess benefits
Want to know something else? If your workshop reaches £300 in sales you get £50 credit to spend as you wish and you can also choose to get any item in catalogue at HALF PRICE!!  That’s right you can now get a Big Shot for half price, or how about a pricier die alphabet set for half price, or the cool Doctor’s bag to carry your Big Shot in ? FAB_U_LOUS  rewards I tell you and I couldn’t be happier. I know this will mean a lot for our hostesses and  if you wish to book your workshop with me straight away and see some of the new products ASAP please contact me today to get your event booked.
Also my Virtual Club is now FULL (thank you Mary) but I am sure after seeing the new book more of you would want to join one and spread the cost. I am taking now bookings for one starting at the end of the month, if you fancy it contact me to book your place.
Ok just like always I will be  holding a
To be in with a chance of winning some fabulous prizes here’s what you need to do:
Email me an order of £30 or more by midnight October 7th from the new catalogue.
Every order of £30 will get one entry into the prize draw, £60 order will get 2 entries, £90 order will get 3 entries and so on, the bigger your orders the greater your chances of winning. (maximum 10 orders in one complete ring, more than one ring will be available)
There will be 2 prizes of £16 product credit, you will be able to choose hostess stamp sets or spend it as you wish in the new catalogue (this credit will allow you to choose ANY hostess stamp set from the new book, in same cases you can actually choose TWO stamp sets)
One winner will get £18 product credit again to spend on hostess sets or anything else in the new book.
ONE EXTRA winner will get the choice of taking advantage of the 50% of one item from the new book.
If the first person refuses to take advantage of the 50% off item( you never know Winking smile) I will draw another name and so on.
Every order is subject to a flat postage fee of £3.95 . I will do the draw live so you will get the chance to see me add all the names into the draw and pull the winners out one by one.
To place your orders simply email me at telemech01*@*aol*dot*com
This is an offer from myself and not from Stampin’up! and cannot be combined with Virtual club orders or any other special offers, thank you for understanding.
Have fun browsing the new and fabby book then contact meOpen-mouthed smileto place your first order. I will be here soon with details for some shares I am keen on doing.
Till next time big hugs xxx
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