Celebrate National Papercrafting Month with an incredible deal—our Whooo’s Your Valentine kit for only $10! Combine your love of papercrafting with the contents of this kit to create personalized valentines—perfect for classrooms and other group settings. This darling kit, which retails for $40, can be yours for only $10 when you spend $35 or more in Close To My Heart product from the Autumn/Winter 2012 Idea Book. You’ll receive 12 die-cut boxes, 3 cardstock sheets, 1 sheet of silver glitter paper, 12 treat tubes, and an exclusive D-size stamp set created specifically for the kit. This kit offers you a sneak peek at two new Spring/Summer 2013 products: the treat tubes and the silver glitter paper! Decorate the die-cut boxes with the stamp images, cardstock, and glitter paper. Then attach the clear tube and fill with treats for valentines in a cinch!
• 12—Die-Cut Boxes (3 each of 4 colors: Blush, Hollyhock, Ruby, White Daisy)
• 3—12″ x 12″ Cardstock Sheets (Blush, Hollyhock, White Daisy)
• 1—Sheet Silver Glitter Paper—new product for Spring/Summer 2013!
• 12—Treat Tubes with Lids—new product for Spring/Summer 2013!
• 1—My Acrylix®
Whooo’s Your Valentine Stamp Set (D-size)
Shipping/handling may apply. Offer valid December 13, 2012—January 31, 2013. Maximum of one Whooo’s Your Valentine kit per qualifying order.
In celebration of National Crafting month, Close to My Heart has another great special which includes the above stamp set. As in the past, consultants have joined forces to share with you many projects that can be created with this exclusive stamp set. This should give you more ideas and expand this super value!
The hop is a circle so you can start anywhere. If you are coming from Krista’s Blog then you are on the right path.
I wasn’t a big fan of this stamp set when I first saw it but now that I’ve used it I can see it’s possibility. This is a Father’s Day card with each of the small owls representing one of the kids in their favorite color.
I know I have featured these organizers on my blog before but this video that may help you visualize their size even better. Personally, I think the small organizer with the foam insert is great storage for your acrylic blocks if you don’t have the older version. I will say again that I love the medium organizer. I use mine to store retired ink pads, reinkers, glitter glues, and the CTMH embellishment bags (stored up and down so I can flip through them). There are so many options with the removable tiles and things are easy to see because it is clear.
Things have gotten busy this month as I’m sure they have for everyone and I always think I can get more done than I do. Thus, no Stamp Sunday today and I’ve decided I will be posting two more Stamp Sunday’s before the end of the year for a total of 50. That’s really not too bad! Maybe if I do have time I will be able to work on my yearly goal.