Tuesday, November 5, 2013

The first deals of November!

When November arrived I instantly started thinking of Black Friday and shopping for the holidays.  I think I'm ready for Christmas already.  lol  Anyway, while it isn't Black Friday yet, here are the first deals of the month.  One item to note in particular is the Dress Form Pop n Cuts die.  Sizzix (who makes the die for Stampin' Up) has already announced they plan to end their relationship with the Pop n Cuts designer, Karen Burniston.  You can read more about that on Karen's blog.  It does sound like if you want this system you need to act while they are still available.  If you already have the platform, perhaps you "need" this dress form die.  If you don't have the Pop'n'Cuts base die and like this idea of making your own pop-up cards, then I highly suggest you buy the base and start hoarding the dies before they are gone forever.  Stampin' Up sells the base and 2 of the inserts (only available from SU,) however there are more inserts available from Sizzix through other retailers.

On Sale this week:
Adorning Accents Embossing Folders $6.71

Autumn Accents Dies $16.46

Cherry Cobbler Grosgrain Ribbon $6.71

Cupcake Punch $12.71

Dress Form Pop n Cuts Die (As mentioned above) $16.46

Simply Created Goody Gear $3.71

Large Rhinestones $3.71
In other news, I will be away for the next few days.  Shipping rebates for orders placed after tomorrow will not go out in the mail until Tuesday, November 12th.  Today I will have both Virtual Hostess Club codes up on the website, so if you're in a club and want to order this week's sale items, please use the code so you'll help out the hostesses.

My husband and I are self proclaimed nerds and are going to a big convention with others like us called BlizzCon.  We're so excited to experience what's new in the video gaming world, to watch competitions, see awesome costumes, and to enjoy the closing ceremonies concert performed by Blink-182 (one of our favorite bands from the past!)  It should be a fun time.  Now... wonder what I did with our pocket protectors.....

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