Although Valentine's Day is a single day, it does seem that during the whole month of February there is an increased awareness of love. As I talked about in my inspirational Sunday post this week, there are several kinds of love, and each is valuable. The sentiment in the Bloomin' Marvelous rubberstamp set shown here (free during Sale-a-Bration, Jan. 22-Mar. 22), "so glad we're here for each other," is appropriate for so many occasions, including just because! It says a lot in just a few words and is a wonderful way of expressing thanks and appreciation for a friend, family member, or other special person in your life. In our world today where commitment is a rare commodity, I recommend recognizing it and expressing thanks for it, and celebrating it!. That simple exercise will enrich your soul and encourage the one receiving your gratitude, recognition, and handmade card.
Stampin' Up! makes it easy--and affordable--for us to create beautiful handmade cards like this with a gorgeous color palette that works so well together, coordinated products for a pulled-together look, award winning rubberstamp images, competitive prices, and opportunities for free products.
We are in the Sale-a-Bration period (Jan. 22-Mar. 22) in which you earn a free item for every $50 you spend, no limits on free merchandise. But wait, there are more opportunities for free Stampin' Up! products!
Host a private card class (or place an order of $150 or more) and receive a free pack of Silver Glimmer Paper in addition to the Sale-a-Bration items you receive for each $50 purchase. But wait, there are more opportunities for free products!
Host a private card class (or place an order of $400 or more) and receive a free pack of Silver Glimmer Paper plus the Madison Avenue rubberstamp set plus the Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper plus the Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack in addition to free Sale-a-Bration items for each $50 you spend. Free is my favorite price, and Stampin' Up! is packing in the freebies right now:) I was never great in math, but even I recognize words like "plus" and "in addition" mean larger sums...of Stampin' Up! supplies!