Yes, I’m having a fun Thanksgiving week, but not too busy to let you know about Stampin’ Up’s “Black Friday” sale.
First, I’ll share a few pics from the Indian Wells Country Club. It was a beautiful day, and I love those desert mountains. This is Neil, who is a good golfer.
And, this is Su, who just enjoys trying, sometimes.
My favorite hole is the 19th, although, I often wish it was the 10th.
Outdoor dining was a bit different at the Cliff House, one of our favorite restaurants, but this view is always fabulous.
Now for details about the sale:
We all know what happens the day after Thanksgiving, but Stampin’ Up! isn’t waiting for Black Friday to have a sale. It’s happening on Tuesday, November 24th, and is a one day sale. Almost everything in the 2020-2021Annual Catalog (over 600 items) is 10% off. Click on the link below to see the exclusions. If you haven’t ordered this month, this is great news! And, even if you have, there’s always something on your wish list, right?
This is the busy, holiday, shipping time, so you may experience delays.
I am so excited about my new counter height desk/table. I spent time researching possibilities, and am very pleased with this selection from officefurniture.com, which included free shipping.
Counter Height Desk
The main drawback was that it had to be assembled, and the reason I put off purchasing for a while. My sweet husband said that he would put it together for me, so I pushed the submit order button. When it arrived, it was in a very, heavy box (yes, it’s sturdy), and in a million pieces. I know I’m exaggerating, but my husband said it would make a nice Christmas gift.
With Simba, as his helper, he put it together in two days, and I’m thrilled I didn’t have to wait until Christmas. I must say, he’s good at reading directions.
It’s set up as my cutting and embossing station, with my Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machine on the left and my Paper Trimmer on the right. Rather than standing and bending at the waist over a standard height desk, I can now stand comfortably, which is much easier on the back.
This is the manufacturer’s photo which shows the nice detailing on the side.
I’m a very happy stamper, yes indeed! This beauty is a card maker’s dream!
My August Host Code Gift
Add my Host Code (N7AQURB2) in the box provided when you order a minimum of $50.00 in the month of August, and I will send the Greenery Embossing Folders to you in September.
* 2 folders
* 6-1/4″ x 3-3/8″ (15.9 x 8.6 cm)
* Use with a die-cutting and embossing machine
My August Drawing Prize
This month’s drawing will be a stack of 6X6 Designer Paper (retired, approximately 100 pieces) Your name will be entered in the drawing when you place a minimum $100 order in August.
You can click on my shop button, or the pictures in my Product List, to go to my store. Have fun filling your shopping bag! I’ll announce the winner September 1st.
If you’re thinking of ordering close to $100.00, why not get the Starter Kit for $99.00 that includes $125.00 in PRODUCT OF YOUR CHOICE, and FREE SHIPPING. The new Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine has arrived for Demonstrators. Customers can order it September 1st, but if you want it now, you can put it in your Starter Kit!
Click here to join and get your Starter Kit:
Click here to see a video of my favorite August-December 2020 Mini Catalog Products.
Thank you for stopping by! Let’s have a fabulous summer month!
Click on my shop button to see Stampin’ Up’s new online store.
Here I am, in New York City. The Renaissance Hotel is great! We were excited to get a room with a view. Seriously, all of those buildings with windows are fascinating.
The flight here was trouble-free on Delta. We had TSA pre-check, a good complimentary meal, and movies. I really enjoyed Poms, and recommend it.
By the time we checked in, it was time for an early dinner before seeing a play. We walked, of course, as everyone does in New York. No problem getting my 10,000 steps a day here! We found this picturesque place across the street from the theatre, Heartland Chop House Brewery.
Then, it was 8:00 show time for Beautiful.
Love those Carole King tunes.
We awakened to a beautiful, sunny day, in the 70s. The weather couldn’t be better in New York. The main reason we are here is to attend the US Open Tennis Tournament.
Neil is very good with directions, and navigating the subway system, so here I am, eating a breakfast bar on the subway, headed to the US Open in Flushing Meadows. It looks like I’m alone, but it soon filled with people. Ha Ha
We caught up with the Klahns, and watched Bradley Klahn practice with Medvedev. His first round match will be tomorrow, and we’ll be there.
We walked through Bryant Park on the way back to our hotel, and had to take a selfie. Do you see the Empire State Building between us? Neil and I met on an airplane while flying to New York in 1982, and we went to the top of that building on our first date. Yes, Sleepless in Seattle is one of my favorite movies.
I’ll post another card on Tues. I’m not crafting while on vacation, but I prepared ahead of time. I do have my Holiday Catalog with me, though, planning my September order.
Thanks for visiting my blog, even without a card!
The great thing about my on-line store is that it is open, and fully functional, while I’m on vacation! Clicking my “shop button will take you there.
Hello friends and followers. I’ve had a number of requests to do videos, so I’m giving it a try. Here I am:
I’ll be posting a card demonstration on March 17th. It’s a first, so lots of room for improvement! My iPhone had a mind of it’s own during my recording! But, I really like my design, and I think I have some tips you’ll enjoy.
Use this code at checkout to receive a gift from me.
Current SU! Catalogs
DON'T WANT TO MISS A THING?
My name is Su Mohr, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. I am responsible for the content on this site. Stampin' Up! does not endorse the use of or contents of the classes, services, or non-Stampin' Up! products I may offer here.