Showing posts with label weekly deals. Show all posts
Showing posts with label weekly deals. Show all posts

September 2, 2022

New for September - Weekly Deals

 Hello my friends and Happy FriYAY!!!! I hope this finds you all well. COVID seems to be raising it's ugly head again, at least in our community. You see, during the day, I'm the Infection Prevention nurse for our nursing home and I monitor community rates and they seem to be on the rise. It's my job to keep the ugly beast out and should it find it's way in, keep it from spreading. 

Weekly Deals

Anyhoo, yesterday, Stampin' Up! announced that for the month of September, they are going to have Weekly Deals. Yesterday marked the first week of deals. Then on 9/8, 9/15 and 9/22 new deals will take effect. This is exclusive to the month of September. (Who's been around long enough to remember when Weekly Deals were continuous???- Me! - that was fun) 

Weekly Deals 9/1-7

If I had to choose just one of the sale items this week, I would have to choose the Splendid Day Specialty DSP. That DSP is GORGEOUS with a capitol G! The colors, the shimmer, it's just beautiful. My next recommendation would be the Brushed Brass Butterflies. They make such pretty embellishments. They're simple but elegant and make a great addition to almost any card. I find I reach for them often. 

What's your favorite deal this week? Feel free to tell me in the comments?

April 14, 2016

Exciting Times

It’s that time of year again. Demonstrators from all over the US and Canada will be converging onto Salt Lake City Utah for Stampin’ Up! On Stage celebration. Unfortunately, I am unable to attend this year. Maybe next time. But with this time of year, and the coming of the new catalog go-live in June, we’re all gearing up for the release of the retirement list that will come out  on Monday (insert sad face) but with that comes the excitement of what new things we will have to look forward to. And that is what I focus my energy on, being positive regarding all the wonderful NEW things that will be available rather than focus on what we will be losing.

But on that note, I do want to remind you that we will, without a doubt, lose the 2014-2016 In Colors and all of the DSP and embellishments containing those colors. And if you are anything like me, you will have to admit that some of these colors are the absolute most gorgeous colors ever developed and I am so sad to see them go away. These are extremely popular colors and if you need or want to stock up before they’re gone, you need to do it now. I can’t tell you how many times I have had costumers and myself included miss the opportunity to replenish a color supply because once something is on the retirement list and it sells out, it’s never to be seen again, EVER. Trust me, I missed out on stocking up on my beloved Pistachio Pudding cardstock last year (insert sad face, a few tears and a banging head) I thought I had time and waited for the retiring list to come out and figured I would put in one last order for all of the few things I wanted at once and it turned out to be a bad idea and I missed out. I am telling you this because I don’t want that to be you.
Another thing going away after Monday is the Weekly Deals program.  Stampin’ Up! has decide to go to a new, less frequent program, “Special Offers”. With this, they will be able to offer greater discounts due to the decrease in frequency of the program and offer more product during the offers. We should be seeing these Special Offers every few months , so, keep your eyes and ears open for when these promotions begin. In the meantime, be sure to check out the final weekly deals for this week. They have some fantastic offerings and this is the perfect opportunity to take advantage.  Just click here or click the photo and it will take you to the weekly deals page of my on line store.

Well, that’s all for now. Have a great day and happy stamping,

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