Monday, 9 September 2013

O Holy Night


Good Morning! It's another Monday and probably my busiest week EVER!!! I have Tuesday Club tomorrow night and then my retreat starts on Friday evening until Sunday tea time, followed by 2 workshops next week, a Stampin Up Creative Tour and my All Day Stamp a Stack next Saturday with 30 ladies!!! OMG I am tired just writing that!!!

SO this is going to be a quick post from me today! Here is a simple card using the O Holy Night stamp set. I love the different fonts for the wording and think its really effective, a great stamp to make quick Christmas cards.


I have used the Winter Frost product suite which my ladies at the Stamp a Stack will be sampling. I still have spaces on my repeat event on 19th October, you will get the paper stack included in your goodie bag!


Thank you to those of you who have placed Online Orders with me. I am happy to say I have extended the Hostess Code deadline as I didn't think I gave you enough time to get your orders in and take advantage of the hostess goods that are up for grabs. The online code for this week is 

PUUP3BYM


Here are some instructions on how to use the Online Store. Visit www.juliekettlewell.stampinup.net and you will see the page above shows. Make sure my name is at the top right of the page and then click on shop now (highlighted by the arrow)


If this is the first time you are ordering from me then you will need to create an account (highlighted in red) and also make sure that you are still shopping with me (highlighted in red - top right)


As you can see on this screen I have added my hubby as a customer and he has added the Festive Flurry bundle to his basket (good taste Robino!). To use a Hostess code you add it at the bottom left (highlighted in red) and then proceed to checkout once your shopping is done!

Please do not worry if you forget to enter the code as I can go in afterwards and enter it for you!


If you have any questions or if I can help you with your orders please do contact me. Links below for the items I have used on todays project.

Julie

shop now

supplies



1 comment:

Vintage Celebrations said...

This is lovely - really quick & simple but so effective! thanks for sharing :)