Sale-a-Brate Good Times – Sale-a-Bration is Here!

Woooo Hoooo!  Sale-a-Bration is finally here.  You’ve been enjoying great Sale-a-Bration projects (on my blog and your other favorite blogs) for the past two months, so I’m excited that everyone now has the opportunity to earn these fabulous items.  Woooo Hoooo!  Here’s the Sale-a-Bration brochure – take a look, soak it in, enjoy every moment:

For those of you who are not familiar with Sale-a-Bration, it’s Stampin’ Up!’s annual event when customers are able to earn really great, exclusive products for every $50 you spend.  That’s not all, though!  You can earn additional hostess rewards for large purchases or hostess parties.  You can also order $150 of product when you join my team for only $99 – and Stampin’ Up! pays the shipping.  It doesn’t get any better than that.  Please email me at [email protected] if you have questions about joining – you won’t regret it.

About the Sale-a-Bration brochure:  Stampin’ Up! mixed things up a bit with this brochure, and I like the change.  The Free Products start on page 12 in this book.  On the pages before the Free Products, Stampin’ Up! has gathered some super-great bundles with different themes that allow you to buy a whole collection of great products with just one product number – and each bundle is just over $50, so you earn a free product with each.  You don’t have to buy from these bundles, but they sure are a helpful suggestion, right?

Now I’m going to share some of the projects I’ve made with Sale-a-Bration freebies – you can click on any of the pictures to see the original posts.  [Cue the sentimental background music.]

Banner Blast Stamp Set and Banner Punch

Perfect Pennants, Banner Blast, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

See Ya Later

See Ya Later, Stampin' Up!, Brian King See Ya Later, Happy Watercolor, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

 Petal Parade Stamp Set

Happy Watercolor, Petal Parade, Stampin' Up!, PP179 You’re Lovely Stamp Set

You're Lovely, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, FMS120 You're Lovely, Petite Pairs, Stampin' Up!, Brian King  Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper

Baby We've Grown, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, PPA189 So Very Happy, Stampin' Up!, Brian King

Twisty Treats Kit

Bring on the Cake, Stampin' Up!, Brian King, PP180

Want a Sale-a-Bration brochure of your own?  I am happy to send a Sale-a-Bration brochure to all of my customers.  If you would like to receive a Sale-a-Bration brochure of your own, please email me at [email protected].  You can also email me if you want assistance with maximizing your Sale-a-Bration benefits.

Let’s all sale-a-brate!  Woooo hoooo!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


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Now – head over to my Stampin’ Up! site to place your order and earn your Sale-a-Bration benefits.  Woo hoo!   CLICK HERE to order Stampin’ Up! products 24/7.


  1. Wow ! Move over Hallmark ! What a great way to display the freebies during SAB.
    I think it`s a fun time to plan purchases around . It` always hard to decide what you want to pick as your free gift . Fun fun fun !

  2. Such fun to see all your Sale-a-Bration card ideas together! Very impressive! Great use of the products, Brian!

  3. Love your designs! Just the inspiration I needed to bring me round to the new catalogue. As usual, I now need to spend more than I thought…!

  4. Love this card compilation, Brian! Such a wonderful display of great products mixed with creative genius!

  5. Oh Brian – it’s always so nice when you do “a parade of cards” review for us. Sometimes we forget just how beautiful every card you make is so when you string them together we get to “ooh” and “ahh” one more time. Thank you.

  6. All of your cards have been simply wonderful using the Sale A Bration and Celebrate The Everyday items. It’s always nice to see them all in one post.

  7. Ditto what Sonny said! Move over Hallmark! Love each and every card!

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  10. Hi Brian…quick question on the Petal Parade card. Did you draw the lines on the front and if so, what did you use to make sure the lines were straight? I’m thinking the outer edge of the ruler on the trimmer?? Thanks!

    • I drew the lines on the front of the card with the paint tip of a Stampin’ Write Marker. I would have normally used a straight-edge ruler, but I actually used several pieces of the white cardboard that comes with DSP (so that I didn’t transfer one inked edge to the next). I hope that makes sense.

  11. Brian – I love the background on the You’re Lovely card. How did you make it?



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