Can you believe that there are only a a few weeks left for Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-Bration 2011? It makes me a little sad... It's so much fun to be able to get FREE stamps and other items when you make a qualifying purchase. If you haven't been able to take advantage of this year's Sale-a-bration, you'd better do it now before time runs out!
Speaking of time, I am trying to adjust to Daylight Savings Time, but I don't do it easily. It doesn't matter which way they move the clock, it throws me off for at least a week or so afterward. I just wish they would leave it alone. Pick one time and stick with it, people! (There, that's my "rant" for awhile.)
Anyway, on to some cards to share. I figured I'd better start saturating you with Sale-a-Bration samples so you would see how adorable all of these sets are! The first one is made with Punch Bunch and was my card for a swap. Love the color combo - it comes from the Lap of Luxury Designer Series Paper.
This card was made by Lou Ann Cruttenden, also using the Punch Bunch stamp set.This is actually a little gift card holder that Nancy Vertalka created - it also uses Punch Bunch. Wouldn't this be an adorable way to give a gift card to a new mom?
This card uses the So Happy for You Sale-a-bration set. When you first look at this set in the SAB catalog, the words pop out at you, but there are 10 stamps total in this set - 5 are words and 5 are images. I love how Georgia Giguere repeated the heart image but in different colors to create this card!
This card of cuteness was made by Joyce Feraco with the So Happy for You set and the Ice Cream Parlor DSP & Quick Accents Pack (which is also a Sale-a-bration item). Doesn't it just make you smile to look at it? I love how she created the look of a party hat by cutting the cardstock on an angle. Very clever!
Don't wait any longer - the Sale-a-bration items will only be available until March 31, and then they are gone. They will not be in any other Stampin' Up! catalog - ever! If you're not convinced yet, I'll be back with more samples to show another time. Until then...
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