I hope you all had a fabulous New Years and wish you all the best in 2013!
I’ve got lots to talk about today so I’m just going to jump right in!
Valentine Card Kit
With Christmas and New Years over – the next big event is Valentine’s Day! A great way to show those you love that you care is by sharing a handmade card. I find Valentine’s day is always something that sneaks up on me, we seem to always be making the cards the weekend before. This year I’m determined to be more organized. I thought I would offer you the opportunity to get a jump start on your cards as well.
So for the first time, I am offering a Valentine Card Kit – good for both young and young at heart!
The kit includes the following:
- Six 3″x6″ cards (scored at 3″)
- Six scalloped, embossed hearts in Primrose Petals
- Twelve strips of the More Amore dsp (six each in two patterns)
- Six red glimmer hearts
- 96″ of Pool Party bakers twine
- Photo and step-by-step instructions for the card
All these precut supplies, ready for you to copy or use to create your own card for just $3.75/set. If shipping is required, please add $2.00. Need more than 6 cards, simply order multiple kits. All you have to do is email me the number of kits you’d like, your Paypal email address and mailing address. I will send you a Paypal invoice with the total. Kits can be ordered until January 10th, at which time product will be ordered and then prepped and shipped out to you the week of Jan. 22nd. This will give you two to three weeks to complete your cards before Valentine’s day! Sorry only Canadian orders can be accepted.
Tomorrow, January 2nd is the last day to order from the Holiday Catalogue so make sure that you have picked up all that you would like from there before it’s gone.
It’s also the last day to pick up our individual stamps:
Single Stamps – Assortment 1
And don’t forget about the fabulous products on the clearance rack! All of these items can be combined on an online order placed from my online store .
If you have any questions about any of these, please let me know and I’d be happy to answer them.
Until next time,