Thursday, September 20, 2012

Another Open House Session!

I have SO much stuff left to sell, old sets, accessories, and so on, and had some people who unfortunately weren't able to make it last weekend, so I'm going to have another session of Open House this weekend, Sunday, Sept. 23, from 2:00 - 5:00.  There's no cost - as in FREE - and you can drop in any time during the three hours.  You'll want to schedule enough time to do everything, though!  I have FIVE free card projects, plus a two tables full of stamps, ink, punches, cardstock, and blank card sets so you can play and make your own creations to take home, PLUS a Sizzix play area where you can try out our embossing folders and I can show you the newest Framelits - individual thin dies that you can place over a stamped image and cut out.  The Christmas sets would be perfect for making lots of great Christmas cards and gift materials!  Here's a couple of pictures to show you how it works.
Stamp the image

Place sharp edge down over the image and place on the very top of the platform on top of a cutting pad. Make a "sandwich" with a second cutting pad on top.

                                        Run through the Sizzix, remove, and pop the die out.

        See how perfectly it cuts?!
                                 This is the nice package the set comes in so you don't lose the pieces.

         Courtesy of SU! demo'r Kim Mouwen, a darling card using this set!
You can find the Scentsational Season set and Framelits Holiday Collection Dies on pg. 16 of the Holiday Catalog.  The set in wood is $18.95 (121026), clear is $14.95 (121190 and remember you have to factor in the cost of your acrylic mounts).  The Framelits are $24.95 (127814), and because Stampin' Up! is so wonderful, they're offering a BUNDLE with reduced prices!  The wood mount bundle is $36.95 (129945) and the clear mount bundle is $32.95 (129946).  If you can't wait until Sunday to have this, remember that you can order from my website 24/7 and there's a handy link in the upper right corner of the blog!

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