WORLD CARD MAKING DAY – OCTOBER 7TH BUT LETS START CELEBRATING EARLY!

We didn’t come up with World Card Making Day, but we are thrilled that it’s a thing! It’s a day dedicated to doing what you love most—making handmade cards! It celebrates the creativity and personal connection handmade cards create between loved ones.

This year the world celebrates the day on October 7, but one day wasn’t enough for us. For ten days (October 1–10), you get 15% off Notecards & Envelopes and select stamp sets. Also, when you buy Fast Fuse Adhesive, you’ll get two refills for FREE! These items will help you celebrate the best hobby of all—cardmaking!

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About Theresa

As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I am one of those rare people who loves what they do and get to share what they love. And I love stamping! It's all about having fun and making great friends! I’m here to be your creative coach, give you fun ideas, share special offers, and, of course, teach you about fantastic stamping products. The content of this blog is my sole responsibility as an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator and the use of and content of the classes, services, or products offered on my personal blog, are not endorsed by Stampin' Up!
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