Saturday, 16 October 2010

FREE RIBBON! Dressing Up Christmas Promo

Create beautiful packaging to fit any Christmas gift with exclusive products from Stampin’ Up!®
This Christmas season there are two ways to get FREE exclusive ribbon: get one spool of ribbon when you purchase a Christmas gift-giving bundle and one spool of ribbon when you host a $550 aus/$600 nzd workshop!

Gifted Bundle
Gifted Set and Jolly Holiday Designer Series Paper
Wood-mount 124041; $66.90   Clear-mount 124042; $56.90 

Welcome Christmas Bundle
Welcome Christmas Set and Christmas Cocoa Specialty Designer Series Paper
Wood-mount 124045; $69.90  Clear-mount 124046; $59.90

Season of Joy Bundle
Season of Joy Set and So Swirly Stampin’ Around Wheel
Wood-mount 124043; $67.90

Delightful Decorations Bundle
Delightful Decorations Set and Ornament Punch
Wood-mount 124044; $72.90

You choose one of these Ribbons for FREE with each bundle purchased.

115608 | Real Red 3/4" Polka-Dot Grosgrain Ribbon retail value $19.95
116792 | Mistletoe Ribbon Originals retail value $21.95
116795 | Sleigh Bells Ribbon retail value $15.95
113099 | Riding Hood Red 1-1/4" Striped Grosgrain Ribbon retail value $19.95

 Valid from 16th Oct to 30th Nov2010. Email me to place your order.

Friday, 15 October 2010

Blue Monsters and 1 y.o.'s = a dangerous combination

WOW! there has been so much going on I feel like I've hardly been able to breathe!
School holidays held some thing new every day and we had Joshua's 1st birthday party and my mum staying so it's been full on in our house and I've hardly touched the computer let alone my blog!
Much to show though.
The New Catalogue launch was a great success. The winners of the Lucky Door prize were Elva and Erika - "E" was obviously the letter of the day. Which reminds me of Joshua's birthday party -we had a Sesame Street party the invitations were using the characters I'd made in this post.
 But more of that later...back to the launch. We had the goody bags ready to go and the cupcake picks looked very cute but I forgot to take a photo - was too busy demonstrating the make and takes, showing samples, giving out the special offers and goody bags to remember!
 I have managed to do a fair bit of creating and should be back with more soon. 

In the meantime here are the cupcakes we had at Josh's party

and his birthday cake.

It was big cupcakes pushed close together and iced as one and then two extras iced as the googly eyes on top. I saw the idea online and thought it was very clever.

But the funniest part of the party was that we had a real Cookie Monster in our midst!

 If you look carefully you'll notice that the big cookie was gone by the time we sang Happy Birthday! We have no confession but an eyewitness testifies to seeing Josh's great Uncle munching on a  rather large cookie early on in the party!!!! How funny!

Here is the birthday boy and his cousin enjoying Pass the Parcel.  

And opening presents with Great Aunt and Grandma {I love this photo}.

Needless to say the boy had a great day and the rainy weather didn't bother us.

The jelly cups were a hit however come with a warning ~ combine a Cookie Monster jelly cup with a Cookie Monster blue iced cupcake and, believe me, you do not want to see the effect of that on a nappy the next day!
Back with more later. 


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