Season’s Greetings!  I know that many of you have lots of Stampin’ Up!  products on your wish list for Christmas, so here is an opportunity for your loved ones to let you choose whatever you want from the Stampin’ Up! Idea Book & Catalog. They can purchase a Stampin’ Up! gift certificate for you! Perhaps you’ve been dying to get your hands on a Big Shot, or you’re looking to complete your ink pad collection. This is the perfect opportunity!
All you need to do is forward this email to your friends and family (deleting this first part), and let me do the rest!  It will be a fun stampin’ Christmas for you!  🙂
And while you’re at it, I bet that some of your friends and family members would love a gift certificate too! You can introduce them to the joys of stamping or help them augment their current collection. What a deal … no crowds, no hassle, just click your mouse and you’re done!
Click here to order a Gift Certificate online! It’s a fast and secure way to get ‘er done!
Gift Certificates are also available at any time of the year, so don’t forget birthdays, graduations, and other special events.
I hope that you and yours have a wonderful holiday season!
·       Are you looking for the right gift for the stamper or scrapbooker in your life?
·       Don’t know the difference between an ink cartridge and an inkpad?
·       Do you think Two Steppin’ is only a line dance?
Look no further…I have the solution for you! Purchase a STAMPIN’ UP! GIFT CERTIFICATE!
By purchasing a GIFT CERTIFICATE, your loved one can order whatever she wants from the catalog without having to attend a workshop. Then, you won’t have to learn ourSTAMPIN’ UP! lingo. 🙂
I will include a FREE gift card and will ship the certificate for FREE to the address of your choice (US only) with your gift certificate purchase. (Note: Larger catalogs are available at cost.) What a deal … no crowds, no hassle, just click your mouse and you’re done!

It’s a fast and secure way to get ‘er done, and to give them a gift that they’ll really be excited about!

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