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Wednesday, 21 January 2009
Hope you like my new blog header.
Bye for now,
WOW: How lovely to come home from work today to find a comment on my blog saying that I’ve been recognised for my new blog! It’s very much appreciated, and I thank you Jo for giving me the award… I’ve only had this blog for two weeks, but it’s been fun posting about the new adventure I’ve just started - being an Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I love typing my little news and uploading new cards that I’ve been creating using Stampin’ Up! products. I’m glad there’s people out there taking the time to read my blog and looking at my cards I’ve been creating so far. Keep on returning to see my new creations… I love to read your comments!
Jo has given me a blog award!
It’s so sweet of her, and it’s nice to know there are people out there who read my blog!
The idea of this award is to pass it along to ten others, as follows:
1. Post the award logo on your blog.
2. Add the link to the person who nominated you.
3. Nominate ten other blogs and post their links as well.
4. Let those people know that they received the award.
So here goes:
1 - Carole
2 - Monica
3 - Steph
4 - Sara
5 - Kirsty
6 - Marion
7 - Nina
8 - Nicci
9 - Lauren
10 - Nichole
So there we go! I could have gone on, but ten is the limit! The majority of the blogs above are from other people in the UK that are Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrators. However, the last two are American bloggers who are a great inspiration to me. There are so many fabulous blogs out there, follow the links above and you'll get to see a small selection!
Thanks for stopping by,
Join The Sale-A-Bration!
It's time to Sale-A-Brate at Stampin' Up! and earn yourself a free product or two!
During Sale-A-Bration, between 1 January - 28 February Stampin' Up! are giving YOU the chance to earn fantastic, FREE, limited-edition stamp sets you'll enjoy for years to come.
Here are the stamp sets up for grabs:
1) Botanical Blooms (Set of 7 stamps)
2) Yummy (Set of 3 stamps)
3) Congrats (Set of 7 stamps)
4) Polka Dot Punches (Set of 4 stamps)
Here's how Sale-A-Bration works:
When you spend £45 on Stampin' Up! merchandise, you'll receive a free Sale-A-Bration stamp set - see pictures above. There's no limit - for every £45 you spend (before shipping), you can select another free Sale-A-Bration stamp set! So, if you purchase goods to the value of £90 (before shipping) you'll earn yourself two free stamp sets and so on.
When you host a workshop of at least £300 (before shipping), you'll receive a free Sale-A-Bration stamp set in addition to all of the regular hostess benefits!
During Sale-A-Bration, anyone who joins as a demonstrator can choose any stamp set - a value of up to £38.95 from the current Idea Book and Catalogue! - See link to the left hand side.
Don't miss your chance to earn free products! Get in touch with me today to book your workshop hosted in the comfort of your own home, or learn more about this promotion. Want a copy of the full colour Sale-A-Bration brochure full of beautiful project ideas you can make using these limited-edition Sale-A-Bration sets? Send me an email for more details. You can also view the Sale-A-Bration brochure online by clicking on the picture to the left hand side.
Well I did say a few posts ago that I'd try and jazz up my blog a little with personalising my blog header. Well, so far I succeeded in terms of making one in Photoshop Elements by following instructions by Kirsty Wiseman see here. However, I couldn't upload it so that it replaced over the original blog header and I was doing everything right - following Kirsty's directions :(
So, anyway, I emailed the lady and asked what I was doing wrong! Kirsty emailed back with a reply that she'd take care of it for me and look into it - how lovely is that. So, anyway, I gave her permission to alter my blog so that she could upload my new blog header, but I've just received email to hear that my blog template has a fixed header, so it' can't be done :( Oh dear!
Watch this space as I try and fix this problem...
Bye for now,