BLOG HOP: Thailand Achievers show you new Sale-A-Bration items

Welcome to another Thailand Achievers Blog Hop. If you’ve not visited my blog before, I’m Sarah Berry and I live in Lancashire in the UK. I’m SO excited to be going to Thailand on the Stampin’ Up! Incentive trip during July, I can hardly wait! It’s going to be a long old flight but it’ll be SO worth it! I get to take my wonderful supportive husband along too! To celebrate my achievements, I’m hopping today with fellow achievers blogs focusing on our theme of Sale-A-Bration.

Today a batch of three new products have been released, these you can earn for free with an order for £45 / 60 €. I’m showing you the Make a Medallion stamp set, which is one of these. Isn’t it beautiful? The set is a collection of 8 photopolymer stamps which you layer together to create a stunning medallion. I’ve used Bermuda Bay, Dapper Denim and Crushed Curry ink colours here. This new set, along with the other three are available while supplies last or until 31st March 2017. It’s really wonderful to be able to choose so many wonderful freebies and there’s no limit to the amount of freebies you can order during the promotion period.

To decorate the card I’ve added a little Vellum Cardstock, die cut butterfly which is from the Bold Butterfly Framelits Dies. The little Dapper Denim heart is a stick on shape from the Enamel Shapes 2016-2018 In Colour Collection. I hope I’ve inspired you to get stamping with this free stamp set, I’d love to see what you’ve made using yours. You can continue hopping by using the blog hop list below.



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  1. oooooh Sarah – I think you’ve just shown me my new favourite colour combination. Totally love how you used these colours for the medallion set. And the butterfly overlay is just the right amount of subtle. Have a wonderful rest-of-the-day and God Bless, Cynthia <

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