Monday, April 20, 2009

Another Opportunity to join Stamp Club

With one stamp club full, and another finishing up, I have had a few enquiries lately about getting another club up and running. Stamp Clubs are a great way to tick some stuff off your wishlist, while sticking to a budget, and perhaps best of all, it's your chance to get those hostess freebies - a hostess stampset, and a guaranteed mimimum SU $35 credit, without having to actually host a workshop.
In addition to that you will receive a copy of the new catalogue and idea book, a card sample swatch with all the su card colours, to help with planning your projects, and monthly project kits showcasing different product or techniques – all free. I am also planning some product shares in the coming months, that will be available to club members only, to help stretch those dollars even further.
So what do you need to do to get your hands on all those freebies?
The way the club works is you commit to a $45 order each month for eight months (+usual SU post charge of 5%). Your order can be made up with anything from the catalogue, or other specials that I may offer from time to time, such as embellishment shares. One of the eight months you get a turn to receive the hostess freebies – a hostess stamp set and credit of at least $35 (hostess month is based on the order in which participants register). Email me your order, and each month your goodies will be posted out to you. All from the comfort of your home!
If you already find yourself ordering product on a regular/semi regular basis, this is especially good for you - it’s time for you to get your hands on some of that free stuff! So, if you are interested in registering for Stamp Club, or would just like to know a bit more about what is involved – pleased contact me ASAP -
The sooner the places are filled the sooner we can make a start. Please feel free to share this opportunity with anyone else you think may be interested too. We will need eight participants to get the club started. (open to NZ residents only sorry).
Of course, if you would rather host an actual workshop, then please also contact me. I can put you in touch with one of my team who would be happy to come and show you and your friends some of the latest SU goodies.
Okay, time to go and create!

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