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    Maitland, FL

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Best of 25 Years: January

best of 25

Click here to download the Flyer:  DEMO_Best_of_Birthdays_25th_Year_flyer_NA

Happy 25th anniversary to Stampin’ Up!  

Each month during 2013, Stampin’ Up will mix up some of our all-time-faves with a

NEW, never-before-seen stamp to create

12  “Best of” stamp sets.

We’re kicking things off with the Best of Birthdays Stamp Set. Party on!

  • All Best of stamp sets will include 3-5 images, including a never-before seen image, and will be priced at $14.95.
  • While we are releasing just one Best of stamp set per month (with a new theme each month), all of the Best of sets will be available until March 31, 2014.
  • New Releases every month!
  • All Best of stamp sets are available in Clear-Mount only.

While we are releasing just one Best of stamp set per month, all of the Best of sets will be available until March 31, 2014.

As a special incentive to collect the Best of stamps, starting in February we’re including a collector’s card and 25-year proof of purchase sticker with every Best of set.

Collect six stickers, and send it in to redeem a FREE set of your choice valued up to $14.95!

Free sets must be redeemed no later than April 30, 2014.

Fun, right?  

Linda

Order Online at www.lindaheller.stampinup.net

2 Responses

  1. Hi Linda,

    Just watched you cross stitch on your video. I did cross stiching years ago, and when you use the floss, you separate it to two strands, maybe three, to use. You never knot it on the back, just hold on to your floss tail, and eventually you will work over the floss to hold it down. And I think you start from the Right side and work toward your Left. Just my 2 cents. But you did do a great job, and I greatly enjoy your videos.

    From a hobby demo Sue Bally Cincinnati, OH

  2. Thanks , Sue! I was winging it and it still turned out ok so good to know even the green stitcher can do it!

    Linda

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