Saturday, 13 September 2014

You can tell when you love a product

Because you just can't stop using it.

I think you could say then that I am in love with the Feathers Framelits. I just keep reaching for them to create with.

I love the matching stamps too, Four Feathers, but sometimes it can be fun to just use the framelits like I have in the projects below.

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Narelle Fasulo - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
As you may know I send a thank you card to each of my customers every time they order from me. So I can never have too many thank you cards. To keep up I usually create a couple of thank you cards with the products I have just used after I have made another project. It is a great way to use up some left over bits and keep up with the demand.
These  two cards are basically the same design with just a few changes. With the first card above I water coloured the background, and with the bottom card I water coloured the smaller of the feathers. The top card has a bit more detail with the water colouring and the background stamp. The bottom card is a cleaner and simpler version.
Now I have a favour to ask. I have been set a challenge to fill my calendar with events for the next two months. I have a calendar full of classes but I need to make new events to qualify. I need to have the event registered before September 16 and held before October 31. Here are some of the events I do other than the classes.
1) Workshop - I come to your home and demonstrate selected Stampin' Up! products. Then each person gets to create a little something to take home. Order are placed by people attending,but you can also collect orders prior to the event from people who can not attend. For every event, when orders reach $300 you qualify for free product. As the accumulated order value increases, your amount of free product increases.

2) Catalogue Party - this event does not involve an actual party at your house. I supply you with a quantity of caalogues and you show them to EVERYONE. You then simply collect the orders and submit to me, or ask people to submit them online, prior to an agreed date. If you provide me with an estimate of the amount of people you will be showing the catalogue to, then I can provide you a little make and take kit with full instructions for each person you show the catalogue to, sort of as an incentive for them to order.

 3) Virtual Stamp Event - this event you hold at your home but I do not attend. Instead I ask you to purchase a stamp set of your choice, for which I then make several items using this set. I provide you with enough kits for each person you invite to complete the projects. The kits come with a photo of finished product and full instructions. You then hold the stamping event within a set time frame and have all orders submitted to me, or online, by a set date. With this event you will already need some basic supplies, like a trimmer, scissors and adhesive, that your guests can use.
4) Private Class - with this event I come to you, or you and your friends can come to me, and I teach you  what you want to know. It could be a technique based class, a scrap class or a class based around a certain theme or stamp set. You can even book one of my existing classes on my calendar as a private class.
If you would love to help me meet my challenge then please contact me today and we can start the ball rolling.
 Here is what  I used to make these cards.
Did you know that if you click on any of the products above it will take you directly to  my online store. There is also so much more available in the store. To see it all click on the graphic below.
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Have a great day.

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