Monday, November 22, 2010

Stampin' Up! Online Spectacular

Dates: November 22-30, 2010
Details: During this one week only, you can get incredible discounts--up to 50 percent--saving big on your favorite products, as well as qualifying for FREE SHIPPING with online orders of $150 or more. You can still get a discount on the products when ordering through me by placing a workshop order but you cannot qualify for free shipping this the best idea would be to combine orders with your friends and family to get at least $150 in orders to get the free shipping (a 10% savings on top of the already FABULOUS prices).

Discounted product information is listed on this PDF. If you want to see pictures of all the items on sale visit and click on store then online spectacular.

Things to Remember

  • Discounted products (except My Digital Downloads) are available on all order types.
  • Discounted digital downloads are only available on demonstrator and online order types.
  • There is no minimum purchase required to participate in the discounted products promotion.
  • For product bundles, you must use the bundle item numbers provided. Bundle discounts will not be applied if individual item numbers are used.
  • Additional products from current catalogs may be purchased on the same order.
  • Discounts range between 20 and 50 percent.
  • Deadline: Tuesday, November 30, 2010; 11:50 PM (MT)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Christmas Card Workshop Reminder

Can you believe the holidays are upon us already? I'm excited to share the cards you can order for the Christmas Card Workshop! I've priced the cards so that it is economical for you to make enough for everyone on your list. However, they do not include envelopes. If you'd like to include envelopes so you can stamp them to coordinate at the workshop add an additional $2.00 for each set of 10 cards. Each card is priced out for a quantity of 10. On most of the cards the greetings are interchangable to suit your style.
Fee: Varies depending on the card(s) you choose
Dates/Times: Wednesday, December 1st from 6-10 pm, or Saturday, December 4th from 9:30 am- 1:30 pm
I must have all orders in to me by Monday, November 22nd to ensure you get the card design(s) and quantities that you want. I will accept orders until Monday, November 29th but cards will only be available based upon supplies I have on hand so call or e-mail to place your order today! All cards must be prepaid. I accept cash, check, or paypal (sent to Include $2 extra to help cover fees).
*If you can't make it to one of the classes but really want the projects I charge a fee to cut and punch your projects then I'll get you pictures and instructions so you can assemble them. You will need to use one of your stamp sets or purchase the stamp set used to stamp your projects.

Card #1 $8.75

Card #2 $9.25
(The greeting is interchangable and the ornament, tree, and snowman shimmer with shimmer paint!)

Card #3 $7.50

Card #4 $7.75

Card #6 $9.75

Card #7 $6.50

(Check out the shimmer on the snowman!)

Card #8 $8.25

(The smootch spritz adds a beautiful shimmer to the snowflakes!)

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Directions to Mindy Mae's Market Boutique

From US-89 Take exit 396 (UT-106/Shepard Lane)
Turn onto Shepard Lane, westbound
Drive 1.2 miles then TURN LEFT at 350 East
Drive 344 ft then continue onto 2000 West
Drive 0.3 miles then TURN LEFT at 900 North
Drive 0.1 miles then continue onto 1875 West
Stay to the right when the road splits
The house will be Mustard Yellow and on the left-hand side of the road.
You've made it!
Remember Friday 6pm to 9pm and Saturday 9am-6pm

You can also go to her website and enter into a drawing for some cool items! Mindy Mae's Market

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Stampin' Up! Starter Kit is 50% Off!!!

November 15-30, 2010 sign up to be a Stampin'Up! Demo for only $87.50 and your get over $310.00 merchandise!

Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What are the minimum sales requirements?
A: You only have to submit $300 in sales per quarter. Hold at least one workshop a month, and you’ll not only cover your sales minimum, you’ll also be able to pay for some of your own hobby as well. Also, you can submit your sales in any increment you wish & still get your discount and commission.
Q: What if I only want to do this as a hobby. Do I still have to have workshops?
A: Absolutely not!! Stampin' Up! supports the hobby demonstrator just as well as the career demonstrator. You can put in your own order or collect orders from family & friends to equal the $300 a quarter minimum.
Q: Can I be my own Hostess?
A: Yes, you can be your own Hostess anytime you want. You can invite your family & friends into your own home and have a workshop. You would be the Hostess, receiving the Hostess benefits, & you would also be the demonstrator receiving your instant income & commission.
Q: How much does it cost to get started as a Demonstrator?
A: The Standard Starter Kit is only $175 plus tax (shipping is free!). It includes everything you will need to get your business up and running, including stamp sets, ink, paper, catalogs, order forms, training video, etc.
Q: What if I decide that I don't like it once I've started. Will I be penalized if I quit or is there a certain time frame I have to be a demonstrator.
A: You can stop anytime you choose. You simply just stop putting in your minimum sales. Stampin' Up! may send you reminders that your sales are due, but there won’t be any repercussions except loss of demonstratorship. But I guarantee you once you get started you won't want to stop!!
Q: What kind of incentives can I earn as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator?
A: Stampin’ Up! offers so many benefits and incentives to demonstrators… here are a few:
In your first 3-4 months you have the opportunity to earn FREE stamp sets from the current catalog through a program called Stampin’ Start.
30% Off on your first order if you place it within 45 days after signing up. 150.00 and up.
You can earn up to 40% commission on personal purchases & customer sales.
Every year you are eligible to earn a FREE Stampin' Up! Cruise.
Great Rewards - You get to pick FREE items (Logo & product) each quarter depending on your sales. The first prize level only requires $1,000 in sales per quarter, and you’ve earned a very nice prize!
Complimentary catalog and mini catalogs throughout the year.
Receive our Stampin’ Success monthly magazine – includes great tips & techniques!
Pre-order new sets before they’re available to anyone else.
Q: Do people really make money at this?
A: YES!! There are many demonstrators who make $5,000, $10,000 or even $15,000 plus a month. Also, every year there are cash awards given at convention for group and individual accomplishments. One is for Rising Stars…ONLY brand new demonstrators qualify for this one!!
Q: Do I have to recruit other demonstrators?
A: Of course not!! However, because this is a multilevel marketing company we have the opportunity to earn a residual income. The best way to earn a substantial income is by growing your team through recruiting!
Q: How much support can I expect from my Upline?
A: You can expect to receive full training from me. Including business tips, ideas, stamping techniques, and ongoing support through our Group website & email! I will be your biggest cheerleader for whatever goals you want to achieve with Stampin' Up!
Q: Where will I get my ideas for my workshops?
A: Stampin' Up! has many resources for demonstrators. The Catalog, the Stampin’ Up! web site, the monthly Stampin' Success magazine, training videos, Stampin' Discuss, and my web site. It is OKAY to copy your projects from these sources and use them at your workshops. You do not have to do everything by yourself.
Q: Are there any Stampin' Up! Events that I can attend as a new demonstrator?
A: Yes, almost all of them!! Every year Stampin' Up! has its annual convention. It will be in Utah in July, 2011 and is 4 days long.
Leadership training is a fabulous event for those at Senior Supervisor level and above. If you want to achieve greatness with Stampin' Up! this is the event for you.
Q: How do I sign up?
A: Go to and click on Join Stampin’ Up! You’ll need my password & that is green22.
Q: Do you really love what you do?
A: I absolutely LOVE what I do and I know you will, too. The friends I’ve made as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is an amazing bonus I hope I have answered some of your questions. I would love to share this Fabulous Business Opportunity with you today!!! Please feel free to contact me!
Q: Can I rejoin if I was a demo in the past?
A: Absolutely YES!. If it's lest then 6 month you need to rejoin with the same up line, if it's pass 6 month that you are inactive you can join with any demo of your choice.

Want to see what come in the kit click here.
If you choose the Digital kit click here .

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Mindy Mae's Market

I'm participating in another boutique! I've been working like mad to get ready and have the perfect gift for your kids' teacher, co-workers, friends, and stocking stuffers (pics to come soon). They're sure to have much, much more. Make sure you put it on your calendar! Check out the website for the boutique: Mindy Mae's Market

Date(s)/Times: Friday November 19th 6-9pm, and Saturday November 20th 9am-6pm
Location: 712 N 1875 W Farmington, UT 84025 (It is in a Destination Homes model home)

There will be about 50 vendors there. I will also be doing a make & take. You will get 18 tags for Christmas for only $1! Put it on your calender and come check it out! Also, I have a flyer that I can e-mail you to get you $5 off a $50+ purchase. Let me know if you want one and I'll e-mail it to you so you can print one out for you....and your friends. :)

The make & take Here are the tags.
You will make 2 of each...or if you like some more than others just stamp what you'd like up to 18 total.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Car Seat Cover

I'm sure you've all seen these but I just had to share the one I made. It's nothing super fancy or anything. I found the monkey fabric at Joann's. They had 32" left so that is what I got, and I got the same amount of a light brown fleece. 32" will work but you could use 34" wide by 44" long as well. Then you'll need 5" of another fabric for the straps unless you want it the same as the top fabric, then get 5" more.
  1. I sewed around the fabrics 3/4" in with the fabric's inside out. I left about a 5-6" opening to turn the fabrics around then I pressed them flat.
  2. Hand stich the opening closed.
  3. Then sew around the entire piece again using a 5/8" seam allowance.
  4. Cut 2 pieces out of the solid brown cotton fabric that are 7 3/4" x 5".
  5. Fold them in half and sew the bottom and side together using a 1/4" seam allowance.
  6. Flip the the straps inside out and fold the open part into inself then press.
  7. Sew around the whole strap (like you did the main piece) using about 1/8" seam allowance.
  8. Lay out the main piece and center the straps. I measured mine and put the midde of my straps 5" away from the center of the whole piece.
  9. Pin them on and sew them using a 1" rectangle. I reinforced all of the corners by backstitching so that they won't come undone.
  10. Sew some velcro onto the straps and you're done. I used Scotch Fasteners. It is 2x thiner than velcro and doesn't stick to everything like velcro does but stays fastened. You could also add buttons, bows or whatever else you can think of to the top of the straps to embellish it more.

Total time: about 1 1/2 hours.

Sorry the pics aren't that great. I finished it right before I had to pick up Kazia from school and it was raining/snowing so it is a bit wet.