Sunday, December 30, 2018

NC Demos December 2018 Blog Hop - Getting Ready to Sale-A-Brate 2019

Good evening and welcome to this month’s blog hop!  If you stopped by to see the fabulous project Jo Anne Hewins shared you know that this month is all about the best time of the Stampin’ Up! year!  Sale-A-Bration is almost here!  Now we can’t share the insides of the catty yet, but we can give you the scoop on how you can Shop, Host and Join to earn rewards AND we can share projects made with this year’s fantastic Sale-A-Bration (SAB) products!

Starting January 3 you can earn a FREE product for EVERY $50 (before tax & shipping). So, if you spends $150 USD, you can then choose 3 level 1’s or 1 level 1 and 1 level 2. This gives you more flexibility to choose what you want. Below are the qualifying levels.

US $50 $100

Starting January 3, hosts with qualifying orders can receive additional Stampin’ Rewards. Below are the markets, qualifying amounts, and additional Stampin’ Rewards you can receive.

Starting January 3, recruits who join Stampin’ Up! as an independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator during Sale-A-Bration can choose from two offers. These offers are IN ADDITION to the regular Starter Kit offering.  How awesome is that!

So, the first MUST HAVE on my SAB list this year was the Botanical Butterfly DSP because it works so nicely with the Butterfly Duet Punch that will be available in the 2019 Occasions Catalog.  I thought both were a perfect fit for a Easel Calendar to give to my friend, Maryanne, as a thank you for all the help she gives me by creating amazing graphic designs for me to use with my stamping business.  As a matter of fact she set up these little calendars for me each year. 


Do you need these little 2019 calendars for your own project?  Just let me know!  I have a batch printed and ready to go!  They are $1 each or $0.80 if you order 25 or more.  Postage is not included.  If you live in the Raleigh, NC area you can pop by and pick them up.  


I have shared the Easel Calendar in the past, but this time have all the measurements and pics of how to best cut your cardstock and DSP.  It is all pretty self-explanatory, but please post your questions below or contact me.  I am happy to help you!


I do have a few tips for putting the Easel Calendar together.  
  • I used my Multipurpose Glue to attach all of the DSP and cardstock that is flat as well as the calendar.  
  • I used Stampin’ Dimensionals and Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals to attach the butterfly to the Glimmer Paper and the Glimmer Paper to the Basic Black cardstock.
  • Tear & Tape is the best choice for attaching the Basic Black Starburst piece to the clothespin and to make the sides of the box that holds the pencil and sticky notes.

That is all I have to share this month, but I hope yiou will hop along with us to see what Sue Stapp has created.  I know it will be great!

Thank you for stopping by and please let me know if you have questions about this or any project or if you want to place you SAB order and get the Botanical Butterflies DSP for FREE, host a party and get even more FREE goodies or join my team and get even more product and access to all the wonderful perks of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator!

Happy Stamping!

December Blog Hoppers
Toni Campana -
Jo Anne Hewins -
Tracie Evans Langley -
Sue Stapp -
Anita Trippi -

Frances Wagner -
Product List
Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper
Butterfly Duet Punch
Starburst Punch
1-3/4" Circle Punch
Paper Snips Scissors
Simply Scored
Stampin' Trimmer
Highland Heather 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock
Silver Glimmer Paper
Stampin' Dimensionals
Mini Stampin' Dimensionals
Tear & Tape Adhesive
Liquid Multipurpose Glue


The Botanical Butterfly paper is so pretty! I love the calendar that you made with it. Thanks so much for taking charge on these blog hops. You are appreciated!!!!

Posted by Jo Anne Hewins on December 30, 2018 at 08:58 PM #

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