31 Aug 2009

Happy New Year!!

Well, not according to the calendar. But ask any parent, child, or teacher, and it's a new year. Even me - I attended classes for 17 years, then I had children in school for another 25... I can't help myself - I have to start something new every September!

And there are so many new things this month from both Stampin' Up! and me, that I have to list them:

1. The Holiday Mini Catalogue is 'live'.
And it's full of gorgeous stuff. I'm in big trouble because there is so much that I simply HAVE TO HAVE! So you can look forward to classes using new sets and paper and die cuts. If you're as excited as me you can place an order any time by clicking on the "Order Stampin' Up! On-line" button here on my blog, by going to my SU website http://www.attherookery.stampinup.net/, by sending me an email carolmatthews@ns.sympatico.ca or by giving me a call 902-893-3885. Check #2 for even more exciting news!

2. Hostess Promotion
Host a workshop from September 1 to November 30 totaling $330 or more and choose any one item* from the 2009 Holiday Mini Catalogue for only $14! That's right! Even the $48.95 Grateful Greetings Stamp Set, or the $57.95 Movers & Shapers Curly Label Die for the Big Shot.

*Offer excludes hostess sets and My Digital Studio.

AND after My Digital Studio is released (October 1, 2009), this offer will become even sweeter:

Host a workshop of at least $525 and get My Digital Studio for 50 percent off the retail price (retail price: $106.95; promotional price: $53.47)!

Isn't that cool!

3. My classes are scheduled from September through December!
And you can check them out by clicking on the here or on the Classes icon in the column on the right.

4. I will be posting projects/challenges/cards/scrapbook pages on a regular basis starting tomorrow. That's regular as in 5 times a week!! Can you believe it....?!
I hope you'll enjoy this week's theme - Punch Characters for Cards.

5. And last but not least - visit the Staples store in Truro to see a display of my work.
Staples is honouring small businesses who deal with them by providing display space for a month - so I chose September, and now you all know why (Happy New Year!).

Here's hoping September is as exciting a month for all of you as it is for me!
Cheers
Carol

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