Friday, January 5, 2018

Facebook Friday- Bubble Over, Sure Do Love You and Frutti-Tutti

Hello everybody! I'm so happy to be back full time after the break and couldn't be more excited to do my first Facebook Friday of the new year! I hope you were able to join me on my Facebook Group page today (Friday's at 2:00 CST, everyone is welcome!). If not, I will upload a recording here afterwards. 

*EDIT to add recording*
The first project I am showing is this desk top calendar. I have had a ton of request for this, so I decided to make it my first project! It features the Frutti-Tutti Suite. 

Next is my favorite Bubble Over bundle along wit the Bubble and Fizz DSP. 

Last is a sweet Valentine featuring the Narrow Notecards, Painted With love DSP and the Heart Happiness stamp set. 

All of the details for these three projects can be found 
They have all the products I used and measurements for each project 

***Remember, if you put in an order ($30 minimum) by 
Monday (January 8th, 2017) night, 
I'll send you all three make and takes for free!  
And, if you bump your order up to $50, you'll also 
get a Sale A Bration product AND the January Tutorial Bundle for FREE! 

But, your order MUST be in by Monday at midnight!! 

You must use Hostess Cod3VJ6ZQXC
That's how I'll know you ordered! 
Unless your order is over $150- don't use the Hostess Code so you can get the
Hostess Rewards. I'll still send you the projects! 



This week, I'll be giving away the Yay You Hostess stamp set. Also, one of the ways to enter is to join my email list. You can do that here. 
 I will choose the winner during next Friday's Facebook Live (2:00 CST)!

Make sure to click on the Raffle Copter below to enter. It will close on Monday night. 




Sure Do Love You Valentine Treats Class to Go


      
 

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  2. Hi, love your projects, they are super cute. Just to let you know the fruits that you were not sure what they were are called papaya, we have always called them paw-paw's you usually eat them with lime juice squeezed over the top which helps bring out the flavour as they are fairly mild. Hope this helps :) x

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