I hope this finds you well and happy. Apologies for the delay in getting back here. 10 days ago I tripped over coming out of the garden and landed on some cement slabs with my wrist extended, and well you know the rest. I've broken my wrist and have done some ligament damage and I'm in a brace / cast for 6 weeks. I'm slowly adjusting to what I can and can't do, so it will only be simple creations from me for the next little while.
I did manage to make two cards on the weekend with a little help though! More on that in a tic. First I wanted to announce the winner of a competition I held for my purchasing customers.
The winner of the Scenic Garden Host Set was Beryl Kierce. Thanks to everyone who played along.
Stampin' Up! Saleabration In the Country and Favoured Flowers
Saleabration ends in just 6 days, so I wanted to remind you not to miss out on getting your free products with orders. For these samples, I have used two of my favourite Saleabration products, the In the Country stamp set and Favoured Flowers DSP. I love the imagery in this stamp set. Even just simply stamped, I find it really peaceful.
I have stamped the images in Sahara Sand (and used the same colour for the base card). Sahara Sand blends beautifully with the colours in the Favoured Flowers DSP. I have also used Early Espresso for the greetings (and this stamp is from Something Fancy in the January to April mini catalogue).
Here's a closer look at the two Saleabration items used in these cards.
These are just 2 of the 19 FREE products still available to choose from with orders of $90 or $190 before the end of business on February 28th.
If you are in Australia, I welcome you to shop with me for awesome customer service. Use this code if you shop with me online and your order is less than $250 (if it's over $250 you are better off claiming your own Stampin' Rewards at the time of ordering. You will then qualify for a small gift the month after you order.
Thanks for checking in today. I'm hoping to be able to do a couple of posts a week even with my wrist in the brace, but lets see how I go.
Have a great week and enjoy the last days of Saleabration,