Hello and welcome to the first SUBA hop of 2019 where we are delighted to share some of our favourite Salebration products with you.  You may be starting the hop with me or have arrived from Sandra’s blog either way I’m excited to have you join us !

We all met on course run by the Simply Unique Business Angels headed up by the fabulous Pip Todman and Louise Sims.  I can highly recommend them and you can find out more about them here.

What is Saleabration?

As the Occasions Spring Summer catalogue launches, Stampin’ Up! also gives a little extra back to our customers.  For qualifying orders of £45 or more our customers can pick a free Saleabration item and you can pick one for every £45 you spend.

Even more exciting is that if you join my team between now and the end of March your starter kit costs only £99 and you get £170 worth of products of your choice from any of the catalogues.  You can pick every single item that goes into your starter kit. That is an extra £40 of free product in your starter kit – what’s not to love about that?

Butterfly inspiration

I absolutely love the Gingham Gala product suite in the new Spring Summer catalogue and what make it even better is that their are two co-ordinating free Saleabration items.  There is Botanical Butterfly designer series paper and the Organdy Ribbon combo pack as pictured below.  If you want to see the other Saleabration products you could earn for free then click hereFree saleabration items on qualifying orders over £45

Just a little note

I’ve created these cute note cards which could fit nearly ever occasion and they use the same colour combination as the Gingham Gala suite. Which one is your favourite?

SUBA blog hop January 2019 Saleabration by Carrie Bates at The Inky Nook, Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator

Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper

Then I’ve used one of our clear acetate boxes which are perfect to hold this set of notecards.  I’ve used the Botanical Butterfly DSP to create a pretty cover so it looks more like a present !

SUBA blog hop January 2019 Saleabration by Carrie Bates at The Inky Nook, Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator

The back layer is designer series paper and the butterfly centerpiece is hand cut from one of the other sheets of DSP.  I shaded the Whisper White flax ribbon and the reverse side of the pearlized doilie using Stampin’ sponges and ink pads.  I’ve taken a close up picture so you can see this in a little more detail.

SUBA blog hop January 2019 Saleabration by Carrie Bates at The Inky Nook, Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator

Finally I added an embossed “little note” sentiment and added some Gingham Gala adhesive sequins to add a little sparkle. I made some more cards using these papers on this hop last month you can see them here

Time to move on

Thank you so much for joining me today I hope I have inspired you to have a little go too !  If you want to see what products I’ve used just scroll down to the product list after the blog hop list.  Don’t forget it’s Saleabration time so for every £45 you spend with any of us you will earn a free Saleabration product of your choice.

Now let’s see what the very talented Gina has created for us today – just click below….

Inky hugs,

Carrie

Friends of SUBA blog hop,

PS I’ve popped a list of the products I’ve used after the blog hop list in case there is anything you’ve fallen in love with !

Blog hop list

Carrie at The Inky Nook
Gina at Emerald Kreations
Leighsa at Leighsa’s Loft
Caro at Craft with Caro
Cheryl at Cheryl Diana
Deborah at DJC Creativity
Ginny at Celebrate the Journey
Sandra at StampnStudio

Product List

15 Comments on Friends of SUBA bring you Saleabration 2019

    • Thanks Leighsa – I wanted the cards to appeal to the beginner stamper so kept them simple and then went for a little more wow on the acetate box! xx

    • Thanks Gina – I often forget that I was once a beginner and it’s nice to not over complicate a project with #simplestamping xx

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