There are only a few days left to take advantage of purchasing the Quite Curvy Variety Bundle. It sports curvy-shaped dies, seasonal stamps, and festive patterned paper and has everything you need to create unique crafts for a variety of special occasions. The best part? Buy it all and receive a 10% discount! Don’t miss out—by January 4, 2021, the Curvy Celebrations stamp set will be gone for good. And so will the bundle 10% discount pricing.
It includes the Quite Curvy Bundle (Quite Curvy Stamp set and Quite Curvy Dies), the Curvy Christmas Photopolymer Stamp Set, and the Classic Christmas Designer Series Paper at that 10% discount.
Here’s one of my favorite Christmas cards from this year:
I didn’t have time to play with some of the other fun options using the trees and stars and boughs. But I will be using them for wintery cards during the next few months.
I made a variety pack of gift card holder cards for this past Christmas season using the Classy Christmas 6×6 Designer Series Paper:
And as soon as I can I’m going to play with the Quite Curvy photopolymer stamp set. Until January 4th it’s only available in this great bundle. After the 4th, when the January – June Mini Catalog goes lives, you’ll be able to purchase the Quite Curvy set all alone. Or, preferably, along with the Quite Curvy Dies. Right now it’s only available as a Bundle.
But, if you really want the stamp set alone, once that January-June Mini Catalog goes live, you’ll be able to purchase it as such.
Psssst…….if you need a hard copy of the January – June Mini Catalog PLUS the Sale-a-Bration brochure, please send me an email and I’ll get them in the mail to you right away. Just send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you do already have your own SU! demonstrator, please ask her/him for your catalogs.
I’m going to try my best to get back here in the next few days but I also want to get this stampin’ space revamped before January 4th. Maybe I’ll keep you updated with an (ugly) blow by blow of my progress. I’ve lived in this room for a year now and I’ve figured out what does and doesn’t worked for convenience and storage decisions. Do YOU have any special storage system or ideas, using found bits and pieces in your home, that work well for you? I don’t have the budget or time/energy to purchase entire wall units or the like. What I do have is two IKEA cubes that have the potential to work really well. In my California stampin’ space over the garage the IKEA cubes supported the 8′ x 4′ solid core door/work table in the center of the room. I don’t have that luxury in this Idaho home. Right now, I just see a lot of empty space behind my stamp sets so that’s where I’ll be concentrating today……making use of hidden/blocked empty space. I’m also having some fun with my Brother Label Maker to clearly label some of my storage spaces. You’ll laugh when you see the history of some of the units I’m using. I’ll save that for tomorrow.
In the meantime, have a safe day. Be productive or be lazy. Either works just fine. Here’s what my task looks like right now from the doorway and a little further into the room! And yes, I am totally grateful to at least have a dedicated room all to myself.
I am wide open to suggestions or offers of assistance! See you soon with more real stampin’ ideas. Be SAFE!