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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Sale-a-bration & Spring/Summer Catalogue launch day!

Yay!  Sale-A-Bration launches today!  This is the biggest Annual event in the Stampin' Up! Calendar.  During Sale-A-Bration  you can earn exclusive free products with every qualifying purchase (excluding shipping/handling), extra rewards for hosting or joining starting from 3 January 2018 - 31 March 2018.  This year a NEW Reward Level has been added to give you flexibility and options for choosing your free items in the Sale-A-Bration 2018 brochure.  To view the catalogues on-line just select the catalogue you wish to view under the "Current Catalogues" widget in my side bar on the right.



The details:
1. SHOP
  • Spend £45 and choose one Level 1 product
  • Spend £90 - choose one Level 2 product, OR choose 2 Level 1 items 
  • Spend £135 - Option to choose 3 Level 1 items OR 1 Level 1 item and 1 Level 2 item
2.  JOIN
Fantastic benefits when you join Stampin' Up! as a new Demonstrator during Sale-A-Bration. Along with the starter kit @ £99, you can choose TWO additional stamp sets at any price from our current catalogues i.e., the Annual Catalogue and the Spring/Summer Catalogue.  However, bundles, kits and Sale-A-Bration items cannot be selected as free stamp sets for this promotion


3.  HOST

Earn extra £20 host rewards with each qualifying workshop order of £200 during Sale-A-Bration



Don't have a Demonstrator?  Would like a new catalogue and brochure? Let me know if you'd like to attend my classes or shop with me - email me elaine.harding@googlemail.com

Here's Stampin' Up!'s fabulous stop motion video of what's inside the catalogue!




Isn't it gorgeous?

Please note that on page 5 of the Spring/Summer 2018 catalogue, the Picture Perfect Paper Ribbon - item no. 145502 has been withdrawn owing to environmental audits halting production of thousands of factories across China.  Along with many other businesses worldwide Stampin' Up! have experienced delays in production and consequently Stampin' Up! decided that the best course of action was to remove this item from their product offering.

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