Sunday, July 31, 2011

August Stamp of the Month Blog Hop

Welcome to the CTMH August Stamp of the Month Blog Hop!
August's Stamp of the Month is called.....
****Wicked****
The blog hop makes a circle so if you are starting here just continue until you make your way back and you will have made it through them all.  If you have already started and are coming from Haley Dyer's blog, "The Inky Scrapper", then you are on the right track.

First of all, I want to tell you about the new pricing structure for the Stamp of the Month.  As many of you already know, for a long time you've been able to get the SOTM at a discount with a qualifying purchase....spend $25, get 25% off, spend $50, get 50% off, spend $75, get 75% off and if you spent $100, you got it for free.  Who doesn't love free?  I love free, but sometimes I just couldn't spend $100 to get it for free.  Maybe you can relate?  Well, starting this month, Close To My Heart is once again, helping crafters get their hands on their stamps, by making them even more affordable.

One way they've done this is by lowering all of their stamp prices!  I mean...really...who does that?  It was announced in mid July at convention and I'm still having a hard time believing it.  But it's true.  Stamps that formerly cost $34.95 are now $29.95.  Stamps that were $22.95 are now $17.95.  Stamps that once cost $13.95 are now $9.95.  Finally, stamps that cost $7.95 are now $6.95.

Well, CTMH didn't stop there.  They also made the Stamp of the Month more affordable. Now, you can purchase the SOTM like any other stamp (but only during it's assigned month) for $17.95 or get it for only $5 when you make a purchase of $50 or more!  Okay...now, I don't know about you, but I have a really hard time not spending $50 when I go to a scrapbook store, craft store, etc.  LOL  I really believe this pricing structure will allow more people to be able to obtain and play with the stamp of the month!  Woo hoo! (Doin' a happy dance). :)  Also, something new about the SOTM...it includes an insert with photos of ideas on how to use the stamp set, along with the link for directions.  I swear...they just keep making it better and better!

So now for my card...
It was a bit of a challenge, because I don't celebrate Halloween and am definitely not into witches, ghosts, etc.  However, I have to tell you I am in LOVE with the honeycomb image.  I can't wait to get around to recreating an autumn layout I saw at convention that used the honeycomb image on the background paper .  Once I get it done, I'll post it here...but it will probably be awhile. ;)  (I have to return to school on Wednesday....good-by summer break.)  Anyway, I do enjoy trying to use stamps in other ways then they were intended and that's what I tried to do with this stamp set.  The swirls around the legs are from the witch's hat and the grass is from the broom. 



Here's a closer look at the flowers.  I cut these with the new Cricut Art Philosophy Cartridge, available only through Close To My Heart.  It is the same flower, one cut at 3" and one at 2".  If you look closely, you'll notice that I rolled the petals just a little differently.  In the larger flower, I folded over the scallop part of the flower petal as I rolled and let each layer cover them.  On the smaller flower, I rolled over the scallop part of the petal, but didn't let it get covered with next layer.  I'm not sure my description makes any sense, but hopefully between the cryptic description and my photos, you can make sense of it. LOL  Also, it's hard to tell in the photo, but I frayed the end of the striped grograin ribbon...love this ribbon.

 Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Paper: Desert Sand CS, Colonial White CS, Roxy Level 2
Stamps Used: Wicked
Inks: Desert Sand, Cocoa, Tulip, Garden Green, Olive
Embellishments: Stiped Grosgrain Ribbon, Mocha Opaques, Pearl Opaques
Other: Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge, Sponge, Micro-tip scissors, 3D Foam Tape, Mono Adhesive, Liquid Glass, Cricut Personal Cutter (Provo Craft)

Here's a look at the entire stamp set.
 
Remember, if you love what you've seen so far along your SOTM Blog Hop journey, and you want your own "Wicked" stamp set or want to get it for the low, low price of $5, be sure to contact your Close To My Heart Independent Consultant.  If you don't already have a consultant, I'd love to be yours.  You can find details on the "Stamp of the Month" here on my blog, or by clicking on the "Stamp of the Month" tab at the top of the page or by clicking on the "Shop with Me" link near the top right.  Of course, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

If you have time, take a moment or two to check out the rest of my blog.  If you enjoy your visit, then please consider "Following Me", signing up to receive blog updates, and/or leaving a comment (we all love comments...the nice ones anyway), then be sure to continue along on the hop by heading over to  Nancy Brown's blog, "Creatively Artsy Card Gallery" and check out her creation.

If for some reason you get lost along the way, you can always find a list of all this month's CTMH SOTM Blog Hop participants on Helen's Onulak's blog.

Happy hopping!

Monday, July 25, 2011

Won't you join me on my journey?

A little over a year ago, I joined Close To My Heart as a form of therapy.

To make a very long story short, I suffered from depression for about five or six years before seeking help.  If you've never suffered from severe depression, be sure to thank God, because it is a dark, dark lonely place.  Something that I truly pray I never have to experience again.

At any rate, "getting better" is not like an off switch.  There's no quick fix.  It's a process, often a painfully slow one.  Each day is a little better than the last, though sometimes there's a little backward movement.  Think of recovery from depression as two steps forward, one step back.  Whereas, depression is more like one step forward, and two (maybe even three or four) steps back. 

During my darkest days, creativity was non-existent.  However, as I was improving (through help from my doctor), a dear friend invited me to a crop in Orlando in late 2009.  I enjoyed myself so much...she even commented on how she could see a change in me.  (By the way, I was really good at keeping my depression a secret.  She had no clue what I was going through and later said, she just thought I was just "angry a lot".)  Anyway, I went to another crop with her about nine months later at a scrapbook store about an hour away.  After leaving the crop, I was very aware of how much better I felt after each of the events.  I finally had to admit that being creative, particularly scrapbooking, was therapeutic and something that I needed in my life.
At Scrapper's Dream Vacation, August 2009, in Orlando, Florida.

When I was at the crop at the scrapbook store I ran into my CTMH consultant from years prior and she gave me an idea book.  It was perfect timing!  I knew that I needed to do something to insure that I took the time to be creative...my sanity was dependent on it.  LOL  I decided soon after, that I would join CTMH.
Here's the Idea Book that Sherri gave me.
In the year or so that I've been with CTMH, I have created almost 50 layouts and well over 50 cards and altered items....and that's just with CTMH products.  I've also done other layouts with other kits, too.  So has CTMH been good for me creatively?  Ummm....that would be an emphatic YES!  I have loved every minute and have only regretted one thing.  Not signing up sooner.  It's also been very beneficial for my depression.  I hesitate in ever saying I'm 100% cured, as depression can always rear it's ugly head, but I can honestly say that I feel like my old self and haven't been this content...this fulfilled...this "normal"...in a very long time.

I've also enjoyed making so many new friends.  (I have to tell you, that's one thing that suffers during depression...friendships.  Many friends that I had prior to my depression, have gone their own way and are no longer my friends.)  But CTMH has brought me closer to the one friend that has been by my side through it all, as well as new friends through my club.  I was also fortunate enough to be able to attend my first CTMH convention less than two weeks ago and came away feeling like I had made some really good friends and look forward to those relationships growing.
At Disneyland Hotel with my upline Sherri Tozzi and her growing team and my new friends.

Speaking of convention...one thing I've consistently been impressed with is how CTMH implements change to policy and products. They've always done so with consultants best interest in mind and Convention just confirmed that for me.  It also confirmed for me that I made the right decision to join this fantastic company.  It also motivated me to take this therapeutic side-business to the next level.

I look forward to many more years with CTMH and would love nothing more than to have others join me...whether in search of getting more of their own projects completed at a discount, to make extra money, to be their own boss, or even as their own therapy. ;)

Remember, I mentioned policy changes?  Well, now you can start your CTMH business for only $99! (It used to be $129.)  If you think you would like to start your own journey with Close To My Heart, I'd love to be part of that journey.  Feel free to email or call me at 321-452-6275 with any questions.  Of course, you can also find information and even join my CTMH team via my website.

I'd like to leave you with the closing video at this year's convention.  Won't you join me next year in Dallas?



Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The News is BIG!

I just returned from Convention.  Well, technically, I returned yesterday, but I spent the day recooperating.  Convention was a blast and I can't wait to do it again next year.

I have to tell you, there are so many wonderful changes in the newest Idea Book!  True, some things are going away, but only to make room for new goodies. :)  Now, I don't have an "official" retirement list, but I can tell you some of the things that are not in the new Idea Book.  (Items without links are not on the website, but may still be available to order through a consultant order.)
Now that I've got the farewells out of the way...let me tell you about all of the new stuff!  These items will not be available to customers until August 1st, so I can't link the items.  However, I will be giving out new idea books for free on Saturday, July 30th at my Semi-annual Open House/Idea Book Reveal Party.

So what's the new stuff?

Level 2 Paper Packs – Lower prices and new quantities make our paper packets easier to purchase and consume
  • Paper packet prices have dropped!! They are now $9.95 and include 6 B&T patterned papers (2 each of 3 double-sided designs) and 6 cardstock sheets (2 each of 2 colors, 1 each of 2 neutrals). It’s now easier to consume all of your paper and not feel guilty about having leftovers.
  • The B&T patterned papers are now cardstock weight. This new weight is great for accents, layering and base pages. There are full-color designs on both sides with no show-through and no CTMH logo to cut around. Plus, there’s a half-inch “zip strip” with product info on one side and fun designs that you can use on your layouts or cards on the reverse.
Lower prices on My Acrylix stamp sets – Who does that?! CTMH does!
  • A-size – $6.95 (was $7.95)
  • B-size – $9.95 (was $13.95)
  • C-size – $$13.95 (was $18.95)
  • D-size – $17.95 ( was $22.95)
  • E-size – $29.95 (was $34.95)
  • More than 32 new individual stamp sets and all stamp images are shown at 100% in the idea book, so there's no guessing about the size.
New Embellishments
  • Holiday Pockets (felt)
  • Top Coats Icing Overlays (clear acrylic pieces)
  • Complements (alternative to MyStickease, for some paper packs)
  • Cork Color-Ready Alphabets
  • Foundry Pin Clips
  • Designer Brads (Rhinestone, Copper)
  • Mini-Medley Collections (Pewter, Honey, Olive)
  • New Glitz Glitter Gel colors (bronze, red, silver)
  • Midnight Felt Shapes
  • Harvest Charms
  • Milepost Shapes (corrugated shapes)
  • Heirloom Assortment (Resin flowers & dangle jewels)
  • Bling Assortment (Bling buttons & pins)
  • Decor Journaling Spots
  • Just Blooms Paper Shapes – Butterflies
  • Designer Ribbon – Red Collection
  • Designer Ribbon – Green Collection
  • Dark Chocolate Striped Grosgrain Ribbon
  • Ribbon slides
  • Irresistables Make-It-Count Numbers
  • Dimensioanl Monogram Alphabets (new fonts)
  • 10 Things Pocket
  • …and so much more!
Other New Items
  • New cardstock shade packs (three harmonious colors in one convenient package; 12 sheets, 4 of each color)
  • Kraft Die-Cut Cards and Envelopes
  • White Daisy Die-Cut Cards and Envelopes
  • Quick Pic Albums (6×6)
  • My Creations Memory Game (chipboard squares and box)
  • My Creations Card Box (store cards, photos, etc)
  • New 4" x 5" My Acrylix Block
Workshops on the Go Kits
  • Make two 2-page layouts and then use your remaining supplies, along with a few additional items to make the bonus projects (cards or 3D items)
  • Kits contain a paper packet, embellishments, instructional brochure and now a C-sixed stamp set (was a B-size set)
  • Instructions for bonus projects will be available online.
Stamp of the Month
  • Spend $50 and get the Stamp of the Month for $5. You can also purchase it outright for the retail price of $17.95.
  • In the Idea Book, you'll notice that each Stamp of the Month has corresponding projects and a supply list. Simply visit the URL listed in the book for complete project instructions.
Hostess Credits
  • You don’t need to host a gathering or participate in my clubs to take advantage of hostess credits. If you place an order for at least $150, you can receive $25 in Hostess credits. The rewards increase the more you spend.
  • Hostess credits have been expanded to include Workshops on the Go kits, Studio J memberships and Studio J 5-packs.
And the news I'm most excited about? Art Philosophy Cricut® Collection!  Perfect for those of you who hate to cut out your stamped images!

  • Close To My Heart introduces the exclusive Art Philosophy Cricut cartridge. It comes with 700 shapes that are designed to be used with specific My Acrylix stamps.
  • When you purchase the cartridge, you’ll also receive three D-sized stamp sets that coordinate with the images on the cart and three sets of 9×12 Dimensional Elements chipboard shapes. You can stamp on your Cricut shapes; cover your Dimensional Elements with a Cricut shape; or cut, stamp, and then cover.
  • As you look through the new Idea Book, you’ll see a Cricut icon or a stamp image surrounded by a red outline. That lets you know there’s a matching shape on your Cricut cartridge. Simply cut out the coordinating shape with your Cricut machine using the setting indicated on the stamp’s carrier sheet, then stamp your image on the base shape. Quick and easy!
  • Here’s the video where you can see how it works


I hope you are as excited as I am about the new Close To My Heart Idea Book.  All of these products will be available on my website beginning August 1st.  I will be hosting my Semi-Annual Open House/Idea Book Reveal Party on Saturday, July 30th from 1 - 5 p.m.  Everyone who attends will receive an Idea Book for FREE!!  There will also be product previews, prizes, make 'n takes, and refreshements.  Details can be found at the top of my blog.

I hope to see you there!

Thursday, July 14, 2011

July CTMH Blog Hop

Welcome to the very first CTMH Blog Hop!

This blog hop makes a circle so if you are starting here just continue until you make your way back and you will have made it through them all.  If you have already started and are coming from Tammy Smith's blog, "Closer 2 My Heart", then you are on the right track.  (If you're in a hurry, you can skip down to third picture...my blog hop creation and then on to Ann's blog.)

If you happened to read my sneak-peak post from a few days ago, I mentioned how that I had found a new hobby.  In all honesty, it's not really a "new" hobby, but rather a resurrected hobby.  When I was a kid, I used to doodle all of the time...on my folders, on notepads, paper bag book covers, etc.  For example, I remember sitting in a high school math class (can't tell you which math, or even who the teacher was...sad to say), and instead of listening to the instruction, I began drawing/doodling one of my classmates name in big, block-like letters and then interlacing her boyfriends name through hers.  When I was done, I gave it to her and then she ended up showing it to her other friends, and next thing I know, I'm getting requests from other students to make one for them.  If I had been more business savvy, I should have done so for a fee.  LOL.     
About 10 years later, I was fortunate to have a job at the Stamp Cabana, a local rubber stamp store (my favorite job ever), and I taught a creative lettering and doodling class.  In fact, here's a picture of the class description book I had made (using colored pencils) to keep by the register for customers to view.

About another 8 years later,  a new scrapbooking style was emerging...Freestyle.  When this style was first hitting some of the major scrapbooking sites, the Yahoo Swap Group I was in, issued a "Freestyle Challenge".  You can read about it here, in one of my first few blog posts, but you can see the layout here...

Recently, however, I was inspired to not only doodle again, but to maybe take it even further.  To maybe to even start Art Journaling.  I MUST give credit to two A-M-A-Z-I-N-G ladies that have rekindled my love of doodling and have sparked a new interest in the world of Art Journaling...two of my newest blog discoveries...Joanne Sharpe and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer (see "I don't know much about art" in the sidebar for links). 

For the month of July, we had the option to create something for either a picnic or party theme, or to use this month's Stamp of the Month, "American Celebration".   Since I had already participated in a blog hop highlighting the stamp of the month, I considered my other two options and decided to go with the party theme.  I instantly thought of some pictures I had of my daughter when she was a little girl, having a "party" with all of her stuffed animal friends on the living room floor and the title, "Carpet Party" came to mind.  

So, for this layout, I started with a PageMaps Sketch, but then decided that I wanted to incorporate my recent inspiration to doodle again.  It was something that I worked on over a few days.  I started with just the names of the various stuffed animals at my daughter's "Carpet Party", but then the next day, I added some of the doodles, and then another day I colored in some images with colored pencils and watercolored some of the images with watercolor pencils and with CTMH markers and waterbrush.  I really love how it turned out and I'm excited to share it with you.  I hope you like it. (Click on the picture to enlarge it.)

 Supplies used (all CTMH unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: Pennant Alphabet, Building Block Alphabet (NLA) 
Markers: Blush, Sweet Leaf, Lagoon, Honey, Sunset and others...just can't remember them all) 
Embellishments: Dimensional Elements Borders, White Daisy Grosgrain Ribbon 
Other: Micro-tip scissors, Sponge, 3D Foam Tape, Tombow Mono Adhesive, Scallop Edged Decorative Scissors (All Night Media),  Journaling Pens (Zig Millennium), watercolor pencils (Faber Castell)

If you have time, take a moment or two to check out the rest of my blog.  If you enjoy your visit, then please consider "Following Me" and/or leave a comment (we all love comments...the nice ones anyway), then be sure to continue along on the hop by heading over to  Ann Bacon's blog, "November Rose" and check out her creation

Happy hoppin'!

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Sneak Peak of July 14th Blog Hop

Thursday, July 14th will be the debut of a brand new Blog Hop started by Diana Soling.  She put out a notice on the CTMH boards a couple of weeks back looking for those that wanted to join.  She opened this group up, not only to CTMH consultants, but also to CTMH customers!  Whether you are a CTMH customer or a CTMH consultant, playing along is a great way to put those products to use.  If you are interested in joining, simply click on this link to the Yahoo Group.  Not interested in joining?  That's fine, too.  After all, we need an audience!  Just be sure to come back on the 14th to see the beginning of what I'm sure will be a long-running, and inspiring, blog hop group!


Something that hardly ever happens?  Having my blog hop project completed more than a week ahead of time!  LOL  One of the problems with doing that, is I'm so in love with what I accomplished, that it's hard to wait to share it with the world!  Don't get me wrong...it's certainly not on the caliber of those that inspired me, but for my first (maybe 2nd) attempt, I'm very proud of it.  I'd love to share with you my inspiration...but then what would I post with the blog hop?  Let's just say, I think I've found a new hobby.  Don't worry.  I have no plans to stop scrapbooking or stamping.  In fact, this "new hobby" works great with both arts.  You'll just have to wait and see.

So, here's my sneak peak....



I'm squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaling with delight and excitement!  Would it be to egotistical to say, "I'm so proud of myself?"  I guess you should wait until the 14th to be able to answer that question honestly.  

Saturday, July 02, 2011

July Scrap Workshop - Fanfare

I decided not to do the Workshop on the Go kit this month, primarily because all those that normally attend the scrapbook workshop don't have a need for cupcakes and ice cream cones.  Instead, I created two layouts using the Fanfare Level 2 Paper Pack.  One layout is Disney-themed and the other is a Summer-themed layout.  After all, living in Central Florida, we do have Disney photos and we certainly have summer photos (especially considering that summer lasts about 7 to 8 months around here).   

Layout #1 - this is the pattern from the Magic How-to Book Fanfare Level 2 Paper Pack and features stamping using a couple of different stamp sets and an interactive accordion booklet to provide additional room for pictures and/or journaling.  You'll also be doing just a little paper piecing on the castle. (Click on any image to see it larger and in more detail.)

Layout #1 - Good Times

The accordion book closed.


The accordion book fully opened.
Close-up of the castle.
 Layout #2 - this is also from the pattern from the Magic How-to book and features stamping using the stamp set Paper Lantern and Pennant Alphabet.   (Click on any image to see it larger and in more detail.)



Here's what you need to know for the Fanfare Scrapbooking Workshop...

Class Date and Time (be sure you have your space reserved and order to me no later than Monday, July 11th, as I'll be out of town from the 12th - 17th..)

  • Friday, July 22nd - 6:30 am - 9:30 pm
If this time does not work for you and you would like to get a group of friends together, I would be happy to add a date to the schedule that works for you and your friends.  Just give me a call or shoot me an email to iron out the details.

If you would like the kit, but cannot attend the class, simply order the items off of my website and send me an email requesting the cutting guide and instructions to the second layout (you'll receive the cutting guide for the first layout with the kit) and I will email them back to you. 

Remember, in order to attend you must at least purchase the paper pack.  Other consumable items (i.e., paper, ribbon and canvas buttons) are recommended, but you can choose to forgo them.  You also need to bring your own adhesive.  You are more than welcome to purchase the Better or Best Kit, pick and choose items from one or both of them, add some more items from the Idea Book, or just stop at Basic. Whatever works for you.  Here is the shopping list:

Basic Kit (you can opt to get the Fanfare Workshop-on-the-Go kit, which includes the Level 2 Paper pack, Neutral Embroidery Floss, Blue Button Assortment, Fanfare Stamp Set, and Workshop Cutting Guide, but the only thing we'll be using out of this kit is the paper pack.):

Subtotal $27.80*
Total with shipping and tax $31.81


Better Kit = Basic Kit plus the following products:


Subtotal: $50.05**
Total with shipping and tax: $57.27


Best Kit = Basic and Better Kits plus the following products:


Subtotal: $114.90****
Total with shipping and tax: $124.03


Alphabet Stamps Used

Tools Used

*at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 25% off ($17.21)
**at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 50% off ($11.48)
***at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 75% off ($5.74)

****at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 100% off (FREE)

If you'd like to join in the fun, just call or email me to sign up for the class and to place your supply order no later than Monday, July 11th (321-452-6275, jenkins6085@bellsouth.net).  Remember I'll be out of town from the 12th - 17th, so if you are unable to get your order to me by the 11th, you can order your supplies on my website anytime. But do still call and leave a message, so I know how many spots to prepare for. :)

Hope to see you there!



Friday, July 01, 2011

June Scrap Club Layouts - Rescheduled

I had to postpone last months scrap workshop due to issues with my mother-in-law (see "So Much Going On" post) and my A/C was acting up, too.  I've rescheduled the workshop for next Friday, July 8th...same time...6:30 p.m.  I have the kits for those who had RSVP'd that they were attending.  However, I do have an extra kit on hand if you would like to attend...first come, first serve.  Additional kits can be ordered, but there would be an additional shipping charge in order to have them delivered in time (especially since the CTMH warehouse will be closed on July 4th).  However, you can always order the kit and any necessary supplies and I will email you the cutting guides and instructions for the second layout (the cutting guide and instructions for the first layout comes with the kit).

Layout #1 - this is the pattern from the Mayberry Workshop Kit and features stamping using the stamp set from the kit.  Learn how to use the circle punch to create the scalloped pieces, as well as using it in the creation of the title and flower.  We'll also be using canvas badge buttons.  I love these things!  They look wonderful left plain, but are so much fun to stamp on.  (Click on any image to see it larger and in more detail.)
Layout #1 - Life is Good (You can customize the title.)
I personalized the title by stamping "with Grandpa by my side".  You can either forgo any additional wording or use my stamps to personalize the title for your own pictures.
We'll be using Canvas Button Badges.
 
Layout #2 - this is the pattern from the Magic How-to book and features stamping using the stamp set Splendid Day.  Learn how to use stamps to paper piece scenes.  We'll also be using Flip Flaps.  I will be giving each participant a 4 x 6 flip flap to try.  I do believe these are one of my favorite items by CTMH.  I love how they give you additional space for photos without lots of bulk, lots of cropping, and cluttering your design.  (Click on any image to see it larger and in more detail.)
Layout #2: Day at the Park (You can customize the title.)

We'll be using Flip Flaps and...
...learning paper piecing.
Here's what you need to know for the Mayberry Scrapbooking Workshop...

Class Date and Time (be sure you have your space reserved and order to me no later than Thursday, June 16th.)

  • Friday, July 8th - 6:30 am - 9:30 pm
If this time does not work for you and you would like to get a group of friends together, I would be happy to add a date to the schedule that works for you and your friends.  Just give me a call or shoot me an email to iron out the details.

If you would like the kit, but cannot attend the class, simply order the items off of my website and send me an email requesting the cutting guide and instructions to the second layout (you'll receive the cutting guide for the first layout with the kit) and I will email them back to you. 

Remember, in order to attend you must at least purchase the paper pack.  Other consumable items (i.e., paper, ribbon and canvas buttons) are recommended, but you can choose to forgo them.  You also need to bring your own adhesive.  If you purchase the Basic Kit, you will save a little over 10% off retail.  After that, you are more than welcome to purchase the Better or Best Kit, pick and choose items from one or both of them, add some more items from the Idea Book, or just stop at Basic. Whatever works for you.  Here is the shopping list:

Basic Kit:

Subtotal $29.95*
Total with shipping and tax $34.27


Better Kit = Basic Kit plus the following products:


Subtotal: $60.15**
Total with shipping and tax: $68.83


Best Kit = Basic and Better Kits plus the following products:


Subtotal: $118.05****
Total with shipping and tax: $135.08


*at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 25% off ($17.21)
**at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 50% off ($11.48)
***at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 75% off ($5.74)

****at this purchase level, you qualify for the Stamp of the Month ($22.95 value) at 100% off (FREE)

If you'd like to document your life too, just call or email me to sign up for the class and to place your supply order no later than Thursday, June 16th (321-452-6275, jenkins6085@bellsouth.net) OR, order some of these items yourself on my website anytime.

Hope to see you there!



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