Scrapbook Pages with the Big Shot

Have you ever made scrapbook pages with the Big Shot?  You can have your very own die-cutting machine to use at your leisure, when YOU are ready to scrapbook, not just when the scrapbook store is open.  Get your own 1/2 price Big Shot.  I'll tell you how!  But first, let me show you this 8 x 8 scrapbook layout in gorgeous fall colors (Cajun Craze, Garden Green, Not Quite Navy, Baja Breeze, Wild Wasabi, with a dash of Tangerine Tango!).  With a few die cuts and punches, I produced these quick and easy scrapbook pages in a snap!  You can too!

Scrapbooking with the Big Shot

Can you spot the die cuts? 

  • The letters are Timeless Type Junior Alphabet Sizzlets. 
  • The Baja Breeze journaling piece is from the Two Tags Die. 
  • The long scallop edges are from the Tasteful Trim Die,
  • and the butterflies are from the Beautiful Wings Embosslit–which cuts out AND dry embosses those gorgeous butterflies! 

The Big Shot Die Cutting Machine is a scrapbooker's best friend making quick and easy scrapbook pages the norm!  It saves you time and even allows you to use scraps of card stock and other materials, saving you money.

So how do you get that 1/2 price Big Shot?  Simply host a Stampin' Up! workshop with $400 or more in sales.  You can get ANY item in the catalog at 1/2 price, and that includes the Big Shot.  My Stampin' Up! workshops are lots of fun.  Simply gather some friends and/or family, I'll show them all how to make a scrapbook page or card–your choice.  Everyone will make something to take home, and your guests can place orders for the awesome supplies they need for their own crafting.  YOU get $65 to use any way you like in the catalog PLUS a 1/2 price item (with a $400 workshop).  So how about it?  This is a wonderful time of year for crafting!  Give me a call at 210-355-5729 and let's find a time that fits YOUR schedule.  We will have lots of fun, make great projects, and you will get free stuff.  Sounds like a plan:)  I can't wait to hear from you!

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