Reserve Your Stamparatus or Wait until June 2018

A reminder for you that if you are super keen to get your hands on the new Stampin’Up! Stamparatus, you have until December 31 to get your reservation in place.

If you go to this link and click on reserve now, you will be taken to the reservation screen. Sign yourself in if you have a Stampin’Up! online account or create one and add in your demonstrators name. If you do not have a Stampin’Up! demonstrator in Australia I will be happy to become your point of contact, so add my name in as your demonstrator.

You will not be asked for payment at this time, you are reserving only. When the shipment of Stamparati ( is that the correct plural?) you will be notified to complete your order. You can then add any extra items you would like to your order and add your payment. Arrival of product is anticipated to be in March 2018.

If you don’t get a reservation in now you will have to wait until the release of the Annual Catalogue in June 2018 to order yourself a Stamparatus.

So get onto it if you desire one sooner than later!!!

Cheers!

Janine

Add a Little Glitz Christmas Card

 My team, The Inksationals are a fabulous team of talented stampers. We have wonderful times at our team meetings and we have created terrific friendships. This aspect is one of the great things about being a Stampin’Up! demonstrator.

We had our team Christmas Night last week and we made Christmas cards for each team member. Here is my card that I created for my lovely downline.

The stamp set is Add a Little Glitz from the current 2018 Holiday catalogue. I coloured in the parcel using the new Stampin’Blends.  The colours used are Cherry Cobbler and Bermuda Bay.

Card size is 4 x 4 inches.

Cheers!

Janine

Winter Wonder Christmas Card

Wow does time fly by. I’ve been focusing on doing daily Facebook pots and sadly my blog has been left behind. Well now to fix that up before Christmas.

Here is a card that I CASED from one posted by Amy Koenders. I loved the simplicity of the whole layout. I changed the colours and paper to Real Red and used paper from the Quilted Christmas 6×6 paper stack.

The Winter Wonder embossing folder creates a lovely feature for the card. The snowflakes are die cut using the Seasonal Layers thinlits from the Annual Catalogue. I cut them from Shimmery White card.

The sentiment is from Flurry of Wishes also from the Annual Catalogue. I embossed it with white embossing powder.

Cheers!

Janine