Wednesday, 2 January 2013

SAB 2013 and Sycamore Street Paper

This year's SAB selection is the biggest we have ever had. For the unitiated, "SAB" stands for "Sale-A-Bration" and is Stampin'Up's biggest promotion of the year in my opinion. It starts this year on the 22nd January 2013, and finishes on the 22nd March 2013.  During this time we have a special SAB catalogue... and everything shown in the catalogue is free with a $100 order. Some of the items are stamp sets worth well over $30, but this time around we also have embossing folders, Beautiful papers, ribbon and button packs and LOTS of other items to pick from.

Hostesses also clean up during SAB with extra items available for hosting a party during this period. And not to be left out, those choosing to join as Demonstrators during the SAB promotion will receive an additional 25% of product value in their kit. So this means that for a cost of $169, you would receive $294 worth of product! That is an AWESOME deal, no matter how you look at it. And you can choose whatever you want for that value!

So contact me by emailing me (click HERE) if I can help with any of the above SAB offers.

In the meantime, today's card uses the beautiful Sycamore Street DSP which is one of the free items available in the SAB catalogue. Isnt it gorgeous? Love those colours together!

Dont forget that round 3 of the Clearance Rack Sale begins on the 4th January, so please email me if there is anything you would like from the list as items are selling fast each time a new list is released.  I will be putting in an order as closes to release time as possible so as to not miss out.  So all orders I receive by email tomorrow (3rd January) will go on that first order on the 4th.  Click on the pick below to see what's on offer this week coming.

Dont forget that the page numbers refer to the previous catalogue (ie the 2011-2012 Annual Idea Book and Catalogue) so these are discontinued items that are not normally available. Some items are as much as 70% off. Check them out!

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