Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Stitched Shapes Framelits Sneak Peek!

Welcome Stampin' Friends!
Sneak Peek Product being released November 1...Stitched Shapes Framelits! Woohoo! and SOME stamp sets will be available at 25% 

Not only are stitches a classic trend, they illustrate the quality, precision, and extra care taken when creating a piece. Giving a stitched gift shows just how much you value that relationship. 

Now you (and Me too but, as a Stampin' Up! Demo and I get another discount on top of it!) have the opportunity to purchase Stitched Shapes Framelits ahead of their official release in the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog and get 25% off coordinating stamp sets. With Stitched Shapes Framelits you can make paper stitches in seconds, turning any project into one that is stitched from the heart. Check these videos! And visit my business website on NOVEMBER 1st.

• Stitched Shapes Framelits available beginning November 1, 2016 
• November 1-30, 2016: select stamp sets 25% off 
• Promotion Deadline (25% off select stamp sets): 
      November 30, 2016, by 6:50 PM (MT)  

Join my team and you can get them with even more discounts! Join starting November 1st and add the new framelits to your starter kit and the discounted stamps - no obligation to do more, unless of course you want to continue the fun!

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Place an online order in my store using the Code of the Month (on the right top of blog!) by the end of the month! One lucky stampin' friend will receive all the Stampin' Rewards accumulated! Please remember if your order is $150 don't use code, you will receive your own rewards!

Want a hard copy of the Holiday or Annual Catalog and do not have a relationship with a demonstrator? Contact me and I'll send you one!
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Gwen Edelman,
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator and

Create Happy Crew Team Lead

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