Monday, 11 October 2010

Thank you!

Finally had my launch party to introduce the new Stampin'Up! catalogue and I have to say it went pretty well, I had 5 ladies turn up (a few couldn't make it) and we had a really nice night with cake, craft and chat (what more do you need!) and I can honestly say that I think the Contempo Christmas stamp set from the new catty is going to be a hit!

This is the set and if you would like to purchase it or any of the items from the current catalogue just drop me a line at (see samples from previous post.)

Just to show my customers how much I appreciate their loyalty I've made them each a thank you card using the bird punch, I really don't use this half as much as I should because it's absolutely gorgeous and so versatile, believe me this is only one of the ways you can use it and I will make some more samples to show you.

Well I'm just waiting for the UPS man to turn up now and he's late!


Vicki x


Biscuitlid said...

Glad your party was a success Vicki. Those cards are lush. Hope Mr OOPs doesn't keep you waiting too much longer for your new stash! I finally got some quality me time yesterday and had a good play!

Aimes said...

Oh how I'd love to be at that party, Vicki! Not only for the tea and cake of course *wink*
Love your design on those thank you cards - that bird punch looks like fun to punch with!

Ann said...

Oh what a lovely Christmas card - such a great way to use that little branch - really clever.

Anonymous said...

Hey you! Im back from the craziness!! Your card is stunning - love the punched out window. Had pushed the little bird to the back of the cupboard- but you've inspired me!! xx

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Beautiful thank you cards Vicki - I also have this gorgeous SU bird punch and I love it. It was perfect for a cream and white anniversary card I made recently. The party sounded like lots of fun!
Hugs, Sylvia x

Inkyfingers said...

Hi Vicki,

Hope you are well now. This card is just gorgeous. I love the little bird and the apperture. How did you do the leaf wreath?
Carol x