Friday, 31 July 2009

Stampers 10 Club


As the SU range is so collectable, I will be starting a STAMPERS *10* CLUB for those people who are willing to commit to spend £15 a month for the next 10 months. How easy is that? It’s the best way to build your collection without breaking the bank!
How it works:

You commit to buy items from the catalogue to the value of £15 or more each month, and then you receive a FREE hostess stamp set + £15 of goods from the catalogue for ONE of the the 10 months. If you feel that you could commit to £30 or more, you would take up 2 slots and receive 2 FREE hostess stamp sets + £30 of goods from the catalogue.

Just let me know that you’d like a place by dropping me an email.

To help my upline has put together an FAQ.

How long do I need to be a member?
The Stampers*10*Club lasts for 10 months
How much does it cost?
Your monthly commitment of placing an order of at least £15 from the SU catalogue will guarantee that you will receive a FREE level 1 hostess set + £15 of goods from the catalogue in one of the next 10 months.
There will be a minimal P&P charge of £2 for all orders up to £40 (1st class recorded delivery) and any orders over £40 will be P&P FREE (1st class recorded).
If you would like your order shipped direct from SU, they will charge minimum £3.95 or 5% whichever is the lower.
Can I spend more than £15?
You can spend as much as you like each month so long as you reach the minimum of £15. If you can commit to at least £30 per month, you can take up 2 slots and then receive the same rewards, but twice. So, 2 x level 1 hostess sets + 2 x £15 of goods.
Can I choose the free gifts for my ‘host’ month?
Yes! It is your choice of hostess set and your choice of free goods.
When do I place my order?
All orders must be placed by the 20th of each month for delivery by the end of each month. Either by email or call or text 07833 957827.
Where can I see SU products?
There is an online catalogue but as a member of the Club, you will receive your brand new catalogue FREE from me (normal cost £4.95).
How do I pay?
You can pay me by credit or debit card (over the phone) or by cheque to my home address on the back of the catalogue. If you are paying by cheque I will need your order and payment by the 12th of each month.
If there are any other questions you may have, please let me know and I will answer them by email or phone call. I will send each member an agreement form with full details of the club as soon as we have 10 people.

If you live within an hour or Northampton (have sat nav will travel!!!), you may want to arrange a demonstration in your own home with crafting friends; and if sales of £150 or above are reached, you will receive the free goodies (hostess set(s) + £15 or more of extra freebies) for yourself, as the hostess. If your school or local organisation would like a demonstration, I am more than happy to arrange this for you. Just let me know.

Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Stampin Up Colour Challenge

I've been a bit of a naughty blogger and been very quiet, I started a new part time job to bring in a few extra pennies - it's perfect 10am - 2pm term time only. With Thomas starting school in September I couldn't ask for better hours, unfortunately they were also my peak 'playtime' hours! So thankfully now it's the summer hol's and I have much more time to play!!!!

I wanted to share a picture of my entry for the Stamp With Us challenge this week. It's a colour challenge based on this picture.

So here's my take on it....

Items used:

Stamp: SU - Crazy For Cupcakes

Image stamped on SU cardstock in Whisper White, other cardstock from my stash (still collecting the gorgeous SU card!)

Flower and Brad from stash

SU Scallop Edge Punch

I used my SU blender pens to ink the stamp and colour the image, colours used are barely banana, real red and basic gray.

The creation of this card was really interesting for me. Firstly the colours are not what I would normally go for. Secondly I drew a sketch for the card and worked from that, the final outcome is a little different to the sketch but it was a really useful starting point. All in all I'm happy with the outcome, not what I might usually do but change is a good thing!