Happy World Card Making Day – 1st October 2016


Happy World Card Making Day!

I hope you get some time in the craft room this weekend.

I have been busy, busy, busy of late, so I am taking a wee little break from craft this weekend and hope to read a book!!!

And maybe do a little online shopping….

Stampin’ Up! have 2 great specials running in October.

The first is for World Card Making Day and only runs til 5th October.



15-25% off a great list of products.  If any of these aren’t in your collection, you’ll want to stock up.

I’m doing an order on Wed afternoon – about 4pm.  Let me know if I can add anything for you – or partake in a little online shopping too!


The second special runs for all of October – buy 3 packets of DSP and get one free.  That’s $57.75 for 4 packs of paper (plus shipping).

Buy for yourself, do some early Christmas shopping or pair up with a friend and either choose 2 packs each or I’m happy to split the 4 packs you choose in half!


The fine print: the promotion only covers the DSP styles listed above.  It excludes Specialty Designer Series Paper and Designer Series Paper Stacks.

The last thing I’m going to share with you isn’t a special or promotion – just a year round good deal…


*  Click on the picture to make it bigger *

October is one of the best times to join Stampin’ Up!

As well as it getting all the usual perks –

  • $235 of products for $169 with free shipping
  • free business resources (ie, lots of catalogues) to get you started
  • being part of the great Paper Adventures team with lots of support,

… joining in October gives you until the end of March 2017 to make your first minimums.

This means you have 01{LOTS} of time to get started, find your feet and explore the new products.

So, if you (or anyone you know) thinks that Stampin’ Up! might be the flexible, no pressure & risk-free opportunity you’ve been looking for, then contact me for more information or jump right in and join here.  It’s as simple as selecting me as your team leader (upline), filling in your details and choosing your starter kit (completely customisable!).

You might be wondering what the catch is?  There really isn’t one.  It’s as simple as keeping up your minimum sales each 3 months (~ 6 months for the first cycle if you join in October).  If that doesn’t work out for you, then you simply stop being a demonstrator.  No penalties, no payback, no pressure & certainly no dramas.

Feel like you’re ready to start your Paper Adventures???  Join now!

I have a lovely growing team and you could be the next person who finds their happy place as a SU! demonstrator!!!

Oh, and one more thing…

I have a goal for the next 12 months.  It might not be achievable… it might not happen… but I’m putting it out there.  I am working towards it!

Every year Stampin’ Up! gives each demonstrator the chance to earn an amazing international holiday called the ‘Incentive Trip’.

For 2018, they are going to Alaska.  I would {LOVE} to go.  So, my goal is to get there.


How can you help me?  Sales, recruiting and other promotions throughout the year all add up towards the ‘points’ I need.

So, every order (including online ones so you can help me no matter where you live in Australia), holding a workshop, attending a class, becoming a new team member and achieveing success within my existing team all contribute towards my goal.

I’m going to work hard for this – and I’m taking you along for the ride with me!  In the words of Dora (and Rafael Nadal!) – V-A-M-O-S ! ! !

PS, if I earn the incentive trip I get to take a guest with me…. Should I take Mr Papercraft???

Kelly Kent - mypapercraftjourney.com



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