A great big thank you to everyone who entered my most recent competition. I always love reading everyone's responses, and also finding out where you all are. Im still amazed that some of you check in from so far away. Its so wonderful that SU is so widely known and loved, and thank you for visiting me here.
So I need to announce the winner of the competition, and this time it is..... (drumroll please) ...................
Jill Fitzgerald, NSW
Congratulations Jill, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize of a Brand New 2008 IB&C, plus a $20 voucher to spend on anything that you like from the new catalogue. I hope that you enjoy looking through the new catty (how could you not... it's absolutely divine!) and use your $20 towards anything in the catalogue that your heart desires!
Dont despair everyone else... I will be running another Competition soon. In the meantime if anyone would like to get their hands on a new catalogue please contact me and I will get one to you. Catalogues are normally $12.95, but I am happy to get one to you for $10. And if you book a workshop with me (yes, I am happy to travel to anywhere on the Central Coast or I will also travel to Sydney and Newcastle) you will also get a new Catalogue free (plus all the other wonderful hostess benefits). The new hostess stamp sets are even better than last year!
BUT, as a special offer for bloggers, if anyone places an order over $100 by emailing me at email@example.com (from now until the 4th April) you will also receive a free catalogue. This includes orders that are placed for retiring products before the end of March (and yes, I am still offering 10% off retiring stamp sets until the end of March) or for orders from the New catalogue. The new catalogue will also be available Online through either this blog or the SU website after the 1st April.
I am so excited about what this year will bring when our catalogue is so lovely.
And lastly I wanted to show you the Double Pocket Bags that I made with my Stamp Club group this month. I love them and they are so easy to make. Great to hold cards, gift vouchers, a CD or any other smallish flat object you can think of. I've used Big Blooms and Au Chocolat paper (both about to be discontinued as of this Monday 31st March) because I will miss them! OMG... that's tomorrow!