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Join My Team – Get FREE Stamp Sets!

Join My Team – Get FREE Stamp Sets!

 

As a new recruit you will get FREE stamps when you join my team between June 2 – June 30, 2015!

As a new recruit, you will get two stamp sets of your choice in your Starter Kit.  The best part is that you get to pick any stamp set from the new annual catalogue!

 

June 2nd is the Best Day Ever for potential demonstrators!
Here are 3 Reasons why:
  1. You can order from both the NEW catalogue and the OLD catalogues (only one day overlap).
  2. You can earn hostess sets from either catalogue, but you get to use the “old” hostess plan and get more for your buck.
  3. You get 2 free stamp sets when you join as a demonstrator.
Here are 3 Questions, prospective new demonstrators ask (and the SHORT answers):
  1. Q. Do I have to sell products or do classes?  A. No
  2. Q.  Are there any penalties if I just keep the kit if I do nothing?  A.  No.
  3. Q.  If I want to make some money, what do I do?     A.  I will help you.  Just get the kit $125 kit (no taxes or shipping) and your bonus free stamp sets and then I’ll help you with each step from there.
Here are the 3 Steps to get signed up as a demonstrator:
  1. Go to: http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/marilynwagner/jointhefun today.
  2. Pick out $155 worth of products (yes you only pay $125 for this!) + your two free sets – any price!
  3. Wait for your kit to arrive!!

 

Click here to order "On Line"

Click here to order “On Line”

Multi-Colouring Stamps

Multi-Colouring Stamps

Multi-Colouring Stamps – How do you ink a stamp with more than one color?

You could certainly use Stampin’ Write Markers to ink all required colors on a stamp followed by “huffing” before you stamp, but here is a different way.

If one color is prevalent, use an ink pad with that color first; ink up the entire stamp.

Then use a blender pen to remove the color from the areas you want a different color.

Now color those areas with Stampin’ Write Markers, “huff” and stamp.  This tip works best when you have one large area and then one or more smaller areas.

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