Customer Thank You Cards

Customer thank you cards using Thankful Thoughts Playful Backgrounds and Crazy about you from Stampin' Up! UK

I LOVE sending Customer thank you cards, I always pop something into the post to say thanks for choosing me as your Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. The fact that you have chosen to shop with me is a huge honour, and really, sending a little handmade thank you is not enough… but there just aren’t enough hours in the day.

Customer thank you cards using Thankful Thoughts Playful Backgrounds and Crazy about you from Stampin' Up! UK

Normally I wait until the end of the month to send my Thank you cards, but I made a few of these early for those lovely ladies that shopped my Buy One Get One Free sale earlier in the month. Now, I wouldn’t normally throw 3 stamp sets at one card either but I got a little carried away with the stamping! I do love Stamping you know! lol

Customer thank you cards using Thankful Thoughts Playful Backgrounds and Crazy about you from Stampin' Up! UK

Ok, so the sentiment is from Thankful Thoughts, the background is Playful Backgrounds and the flowers are from Crazy About You and punched with the Flower Medallion punch


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Hannah McCurley

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

September Thank You Cards!

September Customer Thank You Cards using Warmth and Cheer from Stampin' Up! UK

One of my favourite days of the month is the first, this is the day of the month I grab all your orders from Stampin’ Up! and make each and every one of you a Thank You card (and sometimes even an extra something!). Your orders are processed once you place them, that is all handled by Stampin’ Up! but I love to send you an extra special something when you choose me as your demonstrator.

September Customer Thank You Cards using Warmth and Cheer from Stampin' Up! UK

I have been loving playing with our Designer Series Paper recently (as you may have noticed!) and although this particular pack isn’t included in the Fabulous Buy 3 Get 1 Free offer, I still think it is gorgeous! and you can get a sample of it in my Paper Share this week!

Warmth and Cheer Thank You cards Stampin' Up! UkWarmth and Cheer is a cute mixture of traditional Christmas, meets the current crafting obsession for anything stitched! But my favourite sheets in this 6 x 6 paper stack are these 3, simple Crumb Cake and Black in patterns that really, could be used for any occasion (loving those stars!)

The Thank You is taken from a bigger stamp in the Me = Grateful stamp set, the stamp usually reads ‘Thank You for seeing me through some Dark Days’ but I’ve used a Basic Black Stampin’ Write Marker to just ink the ‘Thank You’ – isn’t that font just lovely!

September Code Club Gifts Stampin' Up! UK

In addition to the cards that I send to each and every customer, I send extra special gifts to those who use my Code Club! Each month I release a new Code Club Code, and when you enter the code at the checkout I send you an extra special something, it varies from month to month, some times its stamps, other times I send embellishments or accessories, but you will always get an extra something for using the club!


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To purchase any of the items featured in my projects please use the links above. To join my team of Stampin’ Friends select ‘Join My Team’ or send me a message!

Please support StampinByHannah, and join my Code Club, by using the Hostess code featured in the top right hand of my blog. For orders of over £150 please do not use this code, as you are entitled to your own Hostess benefits!

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Hannah McCurley

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

January Thank you cards and Code Club gifts!

Stampin' Up! UK A Nice Cuppa Thank you card

I have been trying to get this post up for over a week, but for reasons totally outside of my control I didn’t manage to get gifts posted out to customers until the middle of the week.

Stampin' Up! UK A Nice Cuppa Thank you card

I had great fun making these cards for this past month’s customer thank you cards using the A Nice Cuppa bundle and the Pretty Petals Designer Series Paper.

Stampin' Up! UK A Nice Cuppa Thank you

How cute is that spoon!

This card was super simple to make, die cutting the cup from Old Olive card stock, and the milk jug from Very Vanilla, and that spoon from Gold Foil Paper. Adding a strip of Designer Series Paper and stamping the ‘Thank  You’ in Watermelon Wonder.

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January Code Club Code Gifts

I have also sent this months Code Club Code gifts. I have to admit an error here on my part, usually the Code Club gift is a clear mount stamp set or some embellishments – but when I was ordering for you guys this month I managed to order wood mount by accident! Silly me, but I hope you love them as much as I do.

Want to know more about the Code Club and how you can get free product every time you shop? Check out my Code Club page and use the Code Club Code each time you order!

Have you placed an order but haven’t received a gift? It may be that you have selected to be a No Contact customer. You can go back into your Stampin’ Up! account and alter your contact status as shown in this pictureStampin' Up! UK No Contact ordering

If your still struggling, or would like to know more, please drop me a message and I hope we can sort out your issues.


Don’t forget to shop using the Code Club Code to receive some great FREE product!

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I will be closing this order on the 23rd February 2016



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Please support StampinByHannah, and join my Code Club, by using the Hostess code featured in the top right hand of my blog. For orders of over £150 please do not use this code, as you are entitled to your own Hostess benefits!

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Hannah McCurley

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

Indescribable Thanks…

This card has been sat on my desk for a few weeks now. This happens sometimes, I make a batch of cards, and some of them get blogged about immediately and others have to wait. This card was actually intended for a Saturday Challenge post, as it was actually based on a cards sketch. But the dates past and I forgot to upload it! silly me!

But, it still gets its spot on the blog!

Stampin' Up! UK Indescribable gift thank you

This card is actually no longer in my possession either, as it also made it to the top of the Thank You card pile! Sometimes I batch make customer Thank You cards and sometimes I just use the cards I have made as blog samples – either way the cards you receive will have usually either been on the blog or are scheduled to be!

I also did something I don’t usually do with this card – I used 3 stamp sets! yes, 3! I try to keep my cards to 1 or 2 stamp sets, otherwise you are going to have to spend a whole heap of money to make the cards I make – and I don’t like that idea! So, I try to keep my blog projects to minimal supplies, and give you more ideas to use the items you buy over and over – I’d rather you got more for your money!

So, the 3 stamp sets I’ve used here are: Big News (for the thank you), Indescribable Gift (for the gorgeous flower blossom) and Sophisticated Serifs (for that great rectangle stamp!).

Stampin' Up! UK big news thank you card

However, I only used two colours – Lost Lagoon and Melon Mambo – varying the shade of the colour by either stamping off once, or (like around the Whisper White panel) using Vellum.



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Please support StampinByHannah by using the Hostess code featured in the top right hand of my blog. For orders of over £150 please do not use this code, as you are entitled to your own Hostess benefits!

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Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

Stampin’ Up! event swaps!

As a demonstrator I get the opportunity to go to Stampin’ Up! events, including Regional training events, and Convention, as well as more local team training and special events like the one I attended this week (more one what I saw / heard / etc. coming in the new year!). There are many great aspects to being a demo, not only the events, discounts, and special offers, but the team support and inspiration.

Stampin' Up! UK Sale-a-bration 2015

One of the ways we share inspiration is by making swaps. Many demo’s make items, card fronts and small 3D projects, for all Stampin’ Up! events; including team training. This week was my first ever Stampin’ Up! event; although there has been Convention since I joined I was unable to attend due to work commitments. So this was my first Stampin’ Up! event, and my first attempt at Swaps!

I decided to keep it simple, and use two stamp sets; one I know a lot of demos have, and one they may have overlooked (but I love!); Gorgeous Grunge and Bouquet Toss.

In addition to my swaps, I also made a special card for my upline, just as a special Thank You for the support I have received in my first 6 months as a demo. Thanks Sam!

Stampin' Up! UK Sale-a-bration thank you card

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Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

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Give Thanks!

Before we get into our card for today I just want to quickly remind you of the Stampin’ Up! offers available at the moment!

Of course there are this weeks Weekly Deals! and that lovely FREE Stamp set! (check HERE for more on that one!)

But its the joining offer I really want to talk to you about!

 

Stampin' Up! UK Pick a pack of Paper DSP Designer Series PaperJoin Stampin’ Up! before the end of the month to receive a FREE pack of Designer Series paper every month for 6 months! That’s £60 of FREE stock! I love our DSP, its just such a lovely weight, and of course they all coordinate with everything in both the Annual Catalogue AND the seasonal catalogue (and supplement – more on that tomorrow!). As well as the free DSP, Stampin’ Up! also provide demonstrator with other FREE items for meeting various targets! Did I mention that this month I earned 2 FREE stamp sets! Just for meeting my sales goals for the first 3 months of being a demonstrator! and it was really easy! Thanks to everyone who has chosen me to be their Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I love you all!

 

Right, Card!

Stampin' Up! UK I like you Stampin Write Markers

 

This card uses a Crushed Curry Card base, and a piece of Colour Me Autumn DSP (the colours in this pack of DSP are gorgeous – Blackberry Bliss, Crushed Curry, Mossy Meadow, Cajun Craze, Old Olive! <3). I stamped the DSP with Crushed Curry ink using the Hello Darling Stamp set (one of the ones I chose as my freebies!).

I coloured the Flower stamp with my Stampin’ Write Markers in Crushed Curry, Cajun Craze, and Old Olive, before stamping onto the DSP

 

 

Stampin' Up! UK I like you Stampin Write Markers

 

The sentiment for this card comes from the FREE good greetings stamp set, stamped in Mossy Meadow onto the same DSP, and punched out using the Modern Label Punch, layered with two other punched pieces

I didn’t think Crushed Curry was really going to be my colour! Boy, was I Wrong!

 

 

Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

If you like the project, or any of the products used, would like a catalogue, or to join my team, please contact me, or click on the ‘Shop NOW’ button at the top of the page. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, About.me, and Tumblr (Links in the sidebar)

Thank you for stopping by www.www.stampinbyhannah.co.uk today

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2014-2016 In Colours Sneaky Peak! Stampin Up! UK

So, It new catalogue launches on the 1st July 2014 (Tuesday! So. Very. Excited!) As a demonstrator I get the chance to get some products a little early (if you also want this chance click here!) so I’ve had the new In Colours for a couple of weeks, they are so beautiful. I have a video coming next week looking at the ink colours themselves, but I thought I give you a little sneaky peak at a couple of the colours (as well as a lovely stamp set).Stampin Up Work of Art Thank you

 

This card also showcases the Second Generation stamping technique (more on that soon!), and also features a few of the basic jewels, but that’s all I can tell you for now! Check back on Tuesday for more from the new catalogue as well as some more awesome cards and videos!

 

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Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

If you like the project, or any of the products used, would like a catalogue, or to join my team, please contact me, or click on the ‘Shop NOW’ button at the top of the page. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, About.me, and Tumblr (Links in the sidebar)

Thank you for stopping by www.www.stampinbyhannah.co.uk today

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Just because …… Who doesn’t love petals!

Our card for today uses the Petite Petals stamps and punch to give a fully coordinated look

 

The original card uses the new 2014-2016 In Colours: Blackberry Bliss, Lost Lagoon, and Hello Honey, along with Crumb Cake from the Neutrals collection, I changed it a little for the video, using Brights collection colours; Real Red, Bermuda Bay, and Daffodil Delight.

 

Stampin Up! Petite Petals in colours 2014


The card uses Whisper White cardstock, cut to 10 x5 inches, and scored at 5 inches, but you could totally adjust that to meet your own needs (and what you might have in your crafty stash)

 

 

Don’t forget if you like anything used on this card, you can check out my store at: stampinbyhannah.stampinup.net

 

 

 

Hannah Wilks

Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator

If you like the project, or any of the products used, would like a catalogue, or to join my team, please contact me, or click on the ‘Shop NOW’ button at the top of the page. You can also find me on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, About.me, and Tumblr (Links in the sidebar) 

Thank you for stopping by www.www.stampinbyhannah.co.uk today

x

 

Thank you

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I love sending little thank you messages to people, and a simple thank you card is quick to put together.

I’ve used my Spellbinders dies here, Floral Ribbon threader and curved matting basics A, along with a Papermania Capsule collection in liquorice, sadly I believe this has been since discontinued. I am currently working my way through some of my crafty stash, using up older products before an exciting order of new shiny things arrives next week (hint hint).SAM_0338

The flowers on this card is super simple to put together too, a couple of 1 inch circles punched from white card stock, layered with some patterned paper flowers die cut using the same Spellbinders die set, crumpled and finished with a bit of bling.

I’ve also tried some paper piecing on this card. I dont use this technique very often, generally because Its a big of a faff if you (like me) dont have a guide or piecing ruler. I line up my normal ruler and piece and half centimetre intervals, the problem with this is that sometimes I go off at a bit of an odd angle, but hey its only card!