Thursday, February 28, 2013

Stampin' Up! Valentine Treat Holders

Left holder for friends; Right holder for teachers
I know it's 2 weeks past Valentine's Day, but I had to share these treat holders I made for my son to pass out at his school. 

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Red (11" x 4-1/4" and scrap for punching) Whisper White (scraps for die cutting and punching) More Amore Specialty DSP (laser cut heart)

Ink: Real Red
        Regal Rose

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Wishes
                     Hearts a Flutter
Hearts a Flutter Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Accessories: Big Shot
                     Petite Pockets Bigz Die
                     Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Hearts a Flutter Framelits Die
                     Full Heart Punch
                     Word Window Punch
                     Paper Snips
                     Sticky Strip
                     Stampin' Dimensionals
                     Mini Glue Dots
Directions: Run Real Red card stock through the Big Shot with the Petite Pockets die.  Cut off the top closure to the pocket using paper snips.  Assemble the treat holder using sticky strip.
Stamp scallop full heart from Hearts a Flutter set with Regal Rose ink onto whisper white.  Run the stamped heart through the Big Shot with the corresponding heart Framelit.  Glue to the treat holder.
Punch real red card stock with the Full Heart punch.  Run the heart through the Big Shot with the Perfect Polka Dots folder.  Adhere using Dimensionals.
Stamp "happy valentine's day" using Real Red onto whisper white.  Punch with the word window and adhere using Mini Glue dots.
One extra step for the teacher's treat holders is to cut out the laser cut hearts from the More Amore DSP and adhere this first. 
Stick a small candy bar inside and Ta-Da; an adorable treat holder!

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Spider-Man Thank You Cards

This is my final post about my son's Spider-Man third birthday party.  If you haven't read about the party do so here.

These were the thank you cards we mailed out after the party.  I was inspired by Gail Murray's spider owl that I found on Pinterest and knew I had to create one for these thank you cards.

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Read (5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and scrap for punching) Basic Black (5-1/4" x 4" and scrap for punching) Pacific Point (scrap for punching) Whisper White (scrap for punching)

Ink: Whisper White craft ink
        Real Red
        Basic Black marker

Stamp Set: Teeny Tiny Wishes
Teeny Tiny Wishes Clear-Mount Stamp Set
Accessories: Big Shot
                     Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Owl Punch
                     Modern Label Punch
                     Word Window Punch
                     Whisper White Bakers Twine
                     Paper Snips
                     Stampin' Dimensionals
                     Glue Dots

Directions: Run Basic Black through the Big Shot with the Spider Web folder.  Run the Whisper White craft ink over the raised side of the web.  (Be sure your surface is covered before doing this step.)  Set aside to dry or use the heat tool to set the ink.

Assemble the Spider Owl like picture below:
Adhesive Basic Black to the Real Red card.  Use Stampin' Dimensionals to glue the Spider Owl to the web.  Stamp "thank you" with real red onto Whisper White and punch using the Word Window punch.  Using the Modern Label Punch, punch Pacific Point and assemble with word window sentiment.

Cut the whisper white Bakers Twine to the size you need then fray the edges so they look like webbing.  Use a glue dot to adhere the twine to the back of the label.  Use a Dimensional to adhere the label.

I was so happy how these came out.  I am in the process of planning my other son's 2nd birthday which is most likely going to be around Disney's Little Einstein.  There are not a lot of stuff out there for that show so stay tuned to see what I come up with!

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Spider-Man Party Favors

If you haven't seen my son's third birthday party post, read it here.

I created these treat box favors to send each kid home with that included candy and other Spider-Man toys and items.

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Red (5-1/2" x 4-1/4") Basic Black (11" x 4-1/4" and scrap for punching) Pacific Point (11"x1") Whisper White (11"x2" and scrap for punching)

Ink: Basic Black

Accessories: Big Shot
                     Fancy Favor Bigz XL Die
                     Oval Framelits
                     Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Bird Punch
                     Paper Snips
                     Sticky Strip

Directions: Run Basic Black through the Big Shot with the Fancy Favor Bigz die.  *You will not get the scallop edge for this box.  Sticky Strip the bottom and edge of the box as well as the Pacific Point and Whisper White strips to the box.   Score the blue and white card stock using the box as your guide then assemble the box.

Run Real Red card stock through the Big Shot with the Oval framelit.  Run the Oval through the Big Shot using the Spiderweb folder.  Run the Basic Black ink pad over the raised side of the oval to get the spider web effect.  (Make sure you have your surface covered before completing this step.)

Punch out 2 sets of the bird and wings using the Bird Punch.  Glue the bird together like this:
Cut the head and tail off the birds using the wing as your guide to make Spider-Man's eyes.  Glue the eyes to the face and the face to the box.  And you now have a customized treat box for your party!

Monday, February 25, 2013

Spider-Man Name Banner

If you haven't read about my son's third birthday party do so by clicking here.
Here is the banner that I made for the party and is now hanging in his room with the Spider-Man letters I made that you can also see by clicking the link above.

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Red, Real Red DSP, Pacific Point, Basic Black, Whisper White

Ink: Basic Black

Accessories: Big Shot
                     Perfect Pennants Bigz Die
                     Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die
                     Bird Punch
                     Paper Snips
                     1/16" Handheld Circle Punch
                     Basic Black 3/8" Taffeta Ribbon

Directions: Using the Perfect Pennants Bigz Die and the Big Shot, make as many triangles as you need for the name.  Glue the Real Red circles from the Pennants Die to the blue triangles.  Run the Real Red triangles through the Big Shot using the Spider web folder.  Use the Basic Black pad to rub the ink on the raised side. (Make sure to cover your workspace as you will get messy doing this.)  Punch Basic Black and Whisper White with the Bird Punch twice.  Glue the birds together like this.
To make Spider-Man's eyes, use paper snips to cut off the heads and tails of the birds using the Whisper White wings as your guide.  (Sorry birdies!)  Glue the eyes to the Real Red triangle.

Click here to watch a video on how to make the paper rosettes that are behind each letter.  Glue the rosettes to the Real Red circle already glued to the blue triangles.

Die cut the letters for the name using the Typeset Alphabet Bigz Die and the Big Shot.  Glue these letters to the rosettes using Stampin' Dimensionals.

Use the handheld circle punch to make circles and run the ribbon through to assemble your banner.

Friday, February 22, 2013

Spider-Man Invites

As I wrote yesterday that you can read about here, I planned my sons 3rd birthday party around Spider-Man.  These are the invites I created that were so easy to make!

Supplies Needed:

Card Stock: Real Red (4-1/4 x 5-1/2), Basic Black (scrap for punching) and Whisper White (scrap for punching and 4 x 5-1/4 for inside)

Stamp Set: Retired that I can't even remember the name but saved just for these occasions.

Ink: Basic Black and Pacific Point

Accessories: Big Shot
                     Ovals Collection Framelits Dies
                     Spider Web Textured Impressions Embossing Folder
                     Bird Punch
                     Paper Snips

Directions to make the Spider Man front: Fold Real Red card stock in half so the fold is at the top.  When you run it through the Big Shot you will want to have some of the folded card stock over the edge of the framelit.  This will allow the card stock to be cut and still be folded together.  Check out this picture tutorial here.

Next, use the Spider web folder and run it through the Big Shot.  *Be sure the raised side of the Spider Web will be on the outside of the card front.*  Use the Basic Black pad to ink the raised side of the card by just rubbing it over the card.  (Make sure to cover your work surface before doing this step because it is messy.)

Using the Bird Punch, punch out the bird in Basic Black twice and the wing twice with Whisper White.  Glue the punches like this.
Now to make Spider-Man's eyes you will want to cut off the birds heads and tails using the Whisper White wing as your guide.  (This step sounds so mean to these cute little birds)
The inside is just Whisper White run with the smaller size oval from the Framelit through the Big Shot and stamping with the "You're Invited" stamp.
These cards will fit in to our Medium envelopes measuring 5 3/4" x 4-3/8" that allow normal postage!

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Spider-Man 3rd Birthday Party

I can't believe that we celebrated my sons 3rd birthday on Dec 2, 2012! He is getting so big and turning in to such a neat little boy. He has become obsessed, and I mean OBSESSED with Spider-Man. We really don't even know how it happened. Before we let him watch any Spider-Man cartoons, he was asking for toys and clothes that were Spider-Man themed. Eventually I found the Ultimate Spider-Man on Disney XD that he started to watch. He could watch that all day long if I let him.

So needless to say, our theme for his birthday was going to be Spider-Man! I did a bunch of online searching for Spider-Man themed birthdays and found some cute ideas. I didn't get pictures of everything I did but I'm hoping between the guests I can track down all of the pictures. This post will just be about the party and later posts will be how I created the crafts I made.
Our happy birthday boy by his Spider-Man ice cream cake!
The first thing I did was send out these Spider-Man invitations.  Read how to make these cards here.

The next thing I created was a banner to hang. Unfortunately since we call him D.J. it didn't come out too big. My husband made fun of it cause it was so short :( I still think it's adorable. I was inspired by Mary Ross's spider man banner.  Read how I made this banner by clicking here
This will be hanging in his room probably forever!
I found some great ideas on Pinterest.  One of them was comic book letters by The Party Wall.  Click on the link to see a tutorial how to make these letters like I did for DJ.

We had Spider-Man balloons and created a web  using black streamers on our fan to the edge of our dining room.  I am most upset that I didn't get a picture of this to share.

Our food items were red, black and blue themed or I created names to match our food like Super Spidey Sandwiches, Green Goblin Guacamole, etc.

Pinterest also inspired me to try my hand at Spider-man cake pops.  I have never done them myself but after reading and watching videos on how to make them, I didn't think they would be that hard.  Boy was I wrong!  People make things look so easy sometimes.  I had a hard time dipping the cake pops into the chocolate without having the pop fall off the stick and into the chocolate.  I think I made mine too big which caused them to be too heavy.  So I compromised and poured the chocolate over the top instead of dipping and had them be hand held cake pops.  The best part is they tasted good and that's all that mattered.  Here's what two of my cake pops with sticks looked like.
My niece asked to help draw on the spider webs so I let her!
All of the kids went home with a Spider-Man cup and this handmade box with lots of candy and other Spider-Man themed gifts.  Learn how I made this favor box by clicking here

Lastly, I created these thank you cards to mail out.  See how to make this card here
I really had such a blast planning and creating this party.  I am going to try to start doing this more with my Stampin' Up! business.  Who wouldn't want a personalized birthday party like this one?!  Next up is my other sons 2nd birthday which will be car and truck themed!
*I will be updating this post when I have posts written about each craft so stay tuned for how to make each of these crafts.*

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Brittny Creates Mystery Host Online Party

Have you seen the party I am having online? 

Who: Everyone and anyone can participate
What: Your chance at $25 worth of Stampin' Up! FREE product (includes shipping!)
When: Deadline is Wednesday, February 27th at 11:59pm EST
Where: Online at  Click Products then Shop Now to get to my online store.
Why: This was in honor of Valentine's day and I was feeling like sharing some love with my readers, customers, fans, etc.
How: You earn an entry in to this drawing when you place at least a $50 order through my online store and entering this hostess code 2BG76HY7 at the bottom of the screen.  This is the most important part and if you forget this part you will forfeit your chance at this offer.
Special Note: For every $50 you spend, you earn 1 entry and there are no limit to the number of entries you can earn.  I will notify the winner Thursday, February 28th and they will have 48 hours to claim their winnings!
Learn more about this offer by clicking here!
Not a crafter but still want your chance at this offer?  Take a look at these wonderful products that we sell.  We are not just about paper-crafting supplies!
We sell 3 different sets of these adorable cookie stamps for bakers!
We have some great fabric for those who love to sew!
My Digital Studio is a computer program for those digital crafters to make all types of projects!
I have more ideas if you aren't sure what you would buy that will get you to qualify for this offer so leave a comment or email me.


Monday, February 18, 2013

Stampin' Up! February Q & A


Q: How do I get the best deals out of Sale-A-Bration?


A: Sale-A-Bration is all about great deals and rewards. You can get wonderful rewards by shopping, hosting, and joining Stampin’ Up! Which is the best deal? That all depends on what you are looking for!


During Sale-A-Bration, you get extra rewards just for purchasing the great Stampin’ Up! products you already love! For each $50 of merchandise you purchase, you get to pick a reward item. Spend $100, and you get to select two reward items. Spend $150, and you’ve made your own party! You’ll get 3 rewards plus additional hostess rewards. See the Host section for those details. Many customers stock up on essentials like card stock, adhesives, and embellishments during Sale-A-Bration to take advantage of the extra goodies they can get only during Sale-A-Bration!

Rewards include exclusive products like: stamp sets, ribbon & button bundles, Designer Series Paper, a Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, and a Simply Sent Card Kit, as well as a sneak peek at a new punch and an assortment of goodies from the Annual Catalog! See what you can earn by clicking here


Get your girlfriends together for a social night of fun and creativity. You bring your friends and I’ll bring the creative projects you all will love to do together! Your friends all get the extra Sale-A-Bration rewards when they shop and place a qualifying order. You get a fun night with your friends, Sale-A-Bration rewards on your qualifying purchases, and additional Hostess Rewards for qualifying parties.

With a $150 party, you’ll receive:
• The traditional $25 Hostess Shopping Dollars to spend as you like
• Silver Glimmer Paper as a special Sale-A-Bration reward to celebrate Stampin’ Up!’s Silver Anniversary!

With a $400 party, you’ll receive:
• The traditional $65 Hostess Shopping Dollars to spend as you like
• 50% off any full-priced item
• Silver Glimmer Paper to celebrate 25 years of Stampin’ Up!
• Free Sale-A-Bration Product Bundle (includes stamp set, buttons, ribbon & Designer Series Paper)

Email me at to begin planning your party today!

I think the best deal of all is joining Stampin’ Up! Why?
• You get to become part of the fun!
• You can make a difference in your life and the lives of other women by sharing Stampin’ Up!
• You receive a 20% discount on all products!
• You’ll have exclusive access to Stampin’ Up!’s creative and business resources.
• You’ll be among the first to see and play with new products.
• You can earn money to pay a bill or replace an income, depending on your goals.

It’s always a great time to join Stampin’ Up! The Starter Kit is a unheard of deal at only $99 and includes $125 worth of products of your choice plus business supplies.

During Sale-A-Bration, you’ll get an even sweeter deal:
• All the fantastic benefits as usual, plus
25% more in your starter kit! ($156.50 worth of products for just $99)

Learn more about being a demonstrator at

Your Best Deal
So what’s your best deal? Contact me today at or and I’ll be happy to help you put together your very best Sale-A-Bration deal! I just love getting to give out extra rewards as part of my job!
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Thursday, February 14, 2013

Brittny Creates is Sharing the Love!

PLEASE NOTE: The winner of the $25 hostess dollars is Jodi Douglas. Congrats Jodi! Please email your items so I can get them out to you. Keep a lookout for my next online mystery hostess party in the future.

In honor of Valentine's day, I would like to share the love!

I am having a Mystery Hostess party online!

What is a Mystery Hostess party you ask?

Well, thank you for asking! ;) It's not as good as hosting all of your friends and family over to party Stampin' Up! style with me, but it's pretty close!  We party together online instead!!

What do you have to do?

Shop at either or my online store at than click "Shop Now" under the Products tab.  Once there... Shop til you drop!!
What do you win?
I will be giving away $25 worth of free product which will include tax and shipping!
So what's the catch?
All you have to do is spend a minimum of $50 in merchandise (before shipping and taxes) at or my online store ( to qualify.  For every $50 you spend your name will be entered in to the drawing.  (For example, if you spend $150 that would get you 3 entries!)  You must have your online order placed by Wednesday February 27th at 11:59 EST. The winner will be chosen randomly at and notified on Thursday, February 21st. I will also announce the winner on my blog and Facebook page.  The winner has 48 hours to respond with what $25 worth of products they would like free. Another person will be chosen if the first winner doesn't respond in time then notified and given 48 hours to respond.  This is so orders aren't awaiting delivery when I close the party.
Why would I want to order now?
We are having our annual Sale-a-bration sale so there's even better news when you order during this offer!  For every $50 (before shipping and tax) that you spend you will receive an item from the Sale-a-bration catalog!  So no matter if your name gets chosen or not you will still be earning something FREE!  Click here to see the items you can earn free from the Sale-a-bration catalog. (Scroll down to the second page)
But here's the most important part:
You will need to enter this hostess code 2BG76HY7 (not case sensitive) in order for me to know you are apart of this party!  Take a look at the following picture to apply the code.
Your order will be connected to the party now and your name will be entered in to the drawing.
*Please note: when placing an online order with a workshop hostess code, your order will not qualify for any hostess dollars.
Check out the Annual Catalog here and the Spring Catalog here.

If you have any questions or problems please contact me. I could also place the order for you if you are unable to order online yourself.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Because of Lily: My Fight Against Mesothelioma

I'm doing something completely different today with this blog post.

I was contacted about two weeks ago from a lady who wanted to share her story on my blog.  I wasn't sure at first why I would want to feature her on a craft blog, but after reading her story I knew I had to.

Her name is Heather and she would like to turn her pain into purpose and raise awareness of this horrible little known cancer that is such a deadly killer and sadly 100% preventable.  I couldn't imagine going through what she went through as a new mother and I wanted to make my readers aware of her story.  I'll let her tell you but here's a picture of Heather and her family happy and healthy today.

Because of Lily: My Fight against Mesothelioma ~ written by Heather Von St. James

On August 4, 2005 my husband and I were overjoyed at the birth of our daughter, Lily. We had no idea that the happiest time of our life was about to become the worst.

I was 36.  I went back to work full-time about a month after Lily was born.  I had no energy and was losing weight rapidly, five to seven pounds a week. Although these symptoms could easily be attributed to new motherhood, I had a feeling there was something seriously wrong.  I was right.

I went to my doctor and had numerous tests.  When Lily was just three and a half months old, I was diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma.  This is a type of cancer in the lining of the lung.  The cause was childhood exposure to asbestos.  The prognosis: without treatment, I had 15 months to live.

I was devastated.  I had a brand new baby at home and of course she was the very first thing that came to my mind upon hearing this diagnosis. What would my daughter and husband do without me?  Together with my husband, I made the decision to do anything and everything to conquer this cancer.  I chose the most drastic form of treatment offered, it was called extrapleural pneumonectomy surgery, and in order to get it, I had to travel miles and miles away from our home in Minnesota.  On February 2, 2006 in Boston, my amazing doctor removed my entire left lung and all of the surrounding tissue.  I was in the hospital for 18 days recovering from the surgery, after two more months of recovering outside of the hospital, I began chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

During all this time I wanted to be the best mother I could be to my child.  My parents offered to care for Lily in their home in South Dakota while I was recuperating.  I agreed.  Family and friends helped, and I am eternally grateful to these people who helped us get through this horrible time.  I missed many milestones in Lily’s early life.  At my parents’ home she learned to eat solid food, and rolled around.  It was difficult to be away from her, but I knew that she was getting the best possible care.  I was fighting to live so I could share the rest of her life with her.  It was hard to do but any mother would have made the same decision.

I am proud to say that I just reached my 7 year mark being cancer free. I go every 6 months for new scans to make sure the cancer has not returned. Cancer is a horrible thing, but my daughter and husband gave me a desire to fight.  My family was my reason to live.  Today, our family has a deeper appreciation for life because we saw first hand just how fragile it is.  Anyone who is going through a hard time, no matter how difficult, should look for the good in it and find that reason to survive.

I would like to thank Heather for sharing her story and wish her a happy, healthy and long life with her family!  If you would like to read more about her story go to

Monday, February 11, 2013

Sent with Love Gifts

Sent with Love
Dates: February 1 - April 30, 2013

During this limited-time offer, you can purchase the exclusive Sent with Love Stamp Set
Sent With Love Clear-Mount Stamp Set
or Sent with Love Designer Series Paper-or bundle them for a special 20% discount!
Sent With Love Designer Series Paper

Use the Sent with Love product suite to make an array of travel-themed projects.

Sent with Love Stamp Set (clear-mount; English only)
Sent with Love Designer Series Paper
Pretty Bundle
Includes the Sent with Love Stamp Set, Sent with Love Designer Series Paper, and Calypso Coral Baker's Twine
20% off retail value!

The Sent with Love Stamp Set and Sent with Love Designer Series Paper are only available during this special offer. After April 30, they'll both fly away!
In addition, you may purchase the Sent with Love Digital Kit (item 132914; $9.95). Please note that the digital kit is not included in the bundle.
Sent With Love Kit -- Digital Download
The Fine Print
  • You can place orders on any order type (customer, demonstrator, workshop, or online).
  • You can purchase as many stamp sets, Designer Series Papers, or bundles as you'd like! There are no limits.
  • You don't have to do anything special to take advantage of this special offer-shop away!
  • The Sent with Love Stamp Set, Sent with Love Designer Series Paper, and Calypso Coral Baker's Twine are all available to be purchased separately. But why would you do that when you can buy all three together and save 20 percent?
  • The Sent with Love Digital Kit is not available as part of the bundle.
  • The Sent with Love Stamp Set and Sent with Love Designer Series Paper are exclusive to this special offer-you won't be able to get them after April 30!
  • Promotion deadlines:
    • Phone: Tuesday, April 30, 2013; 6:50 PM (MT)
    • OEX or online: Tuesday, April 30, 2013; 11:50 PM (MT)
To see the full flyer click on the following link: 

Head to than click Products and Shop Now to get your Sent with Love products before Tuesday, April 30, 2013!

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Join the Fun during Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-bration for 25% More Product

Join the Fun

Sale-A-Bration + Stampin' Up!'s 25th anniversary = 25% more Starter Kit products for FREE!

What's so awesome about joining:
You'll get:

Product discount

Demonstrators get a 20% discount on all Stampin' Up! products every time you order, including stamp sets, paper, and accessories. It's a great way to support your love of stamping, paper or digital crafting, home d├ęcor - or whatever your passion may be!

Extra income

You'll earn extra income based on your sales and recruiting - just how much extra income is up to you. Maybe you want enough income to pay the electric bill every month, or maybe your goal is bigger - the monthly payment for your new car. That's the beauty of the demonstrator experience - it's all up to you! See the Compensation Table for more information.

Flexible schedule

This is your business, so you can put as much (or as little) time into it as you'd like!

Support from Stampin' Up!

We love our demonstrators and it shows through our demonstrator support materials. Workshop ideas and audio and video trainings on all kinds of topics are available at your fingertips on our demonstrator website. Plus, you'll receive our bimonthly magazine just for demonstrators, which is full of informative tips and beautiful samples.

Learn more about the financial benefits of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.

And Many More Benefits!

I would love for you to join my team and during Sale-a-bration, you get an additional 25% more product in your starter kit for $99.  This means you will get to pick and choose $156.50 worth of product for only $99 (includes shipping).  This is a great time to join and you will love being apart of Stampin' Up!  If you are interested in learning more you can do so by emailing me at or calling 412-979-7830.  If you are ready to join you can do so at than clicking on "Join the Fun."

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Shop Til You Drop during Stampin' Up!'s Sale-a-bration

Shop Now
Love to shop? How about shopping and getting rewarded? Welcome to Sale-A-Bration!
Customers may choose any one product from the Sale-A-Bration brochure for every $50 (excludes tax and shipping) they spend at my online store This year's offering includes exclusive stamp sets and accessories, as well as a selection of catalog stamp sets, digital content CDs, ribbon, buttons, and even an embossing folder! Now, more than ever, there's something for everyone!
View the Sale-A-Bration brochure of all the products you can order FREE by clicking here. See available My Digital Studio products here.

Once your order totals $150, you get FREE Silver Glimmer Paper!*  

Once your order totals $400, you get a FREE hostess bundle!*
This bundle includes:

  • Madison Avenue stamp set (wood- or clear-mount)

  • Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper

  • Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack

  • *Offers are not incremental (i.e., a hostess does not receive two packages of Glimmer Paper for a $300 workshop or two bundles for an $800 workshop).  Customers will be prompted to select their qualifying bundle selection with a $400 order. They will be required to use one of the following item numbers for their free bundle:
    • Wood-Mount Hostess Bundle: 133316
    • Clear-Mount Hostess Bundle: 133317
    • Free Glimmer Paper: 133318
    If you are ready to shop, please go to than click on Products and Shop Now!  Place your order, get your free merchandise and have it shipped directly to your door.  It's a great time to get those crafting supplies you have been wanting.