We are now fully into Sale-A-Bration, Stampin’ Up!’s biggest sale of the year. (It runs through March 31, 2018.) I absolutely love this time of year, because you can earn free products every time to make a purchase of $50 or $100. This year, there are two levels of free items you can earn. With every purchase of $50, you can earn a level 1 item. And with every purchase of $100, you can earn a level 3 item. To download a PDF of all the free items you can earn, click on the photo below.
What’s even better, is there is a second wave of new Sale-A-Bration items being released on February 16th!!! These are in addition to the free items being offered now. To get a preview of the second release items, click HERE. You’re going to love these!!!
Today, I’m sharing a gift box that I made as a door prize for my Stamp Club last week. It features the beautiful Silver Mini Gable Boxes and one of my favorite Sale-A-Bration items that you can earn for free right now. That’s the Amazing You stamp set (level 1). This stamp set coordinated with the Celebrate You Thinlits Dies (level 2).
The Silver Mini Gable Boxes come in a package of 12 for $8.00. Just assemble, and voila!!! To dress mine up, I added some Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series Paper to all four sides. This paper is GORGEOUS because it includes silver foil accents.
My gift was a little big, so I couldn’t close the box top. Therefore, I covered the gift with Silver Sweet Soiree Ready Shreddie and tied the top together with ribbon.
For my flower decorations, I stamped the Amazing You flower with Versamark ink on Shimmery White Paper and then embossed them in silver. I stamped two flowers for each color. Then, I used an Aqua Painter to watercolor the flowers with Berry Burst, Tangerine Tango, and Daffodil Delight inks. Afterwards, I cut out one center flower for each color to adhere on top of the other and create 3-D looking flowers.
That gorgeous tag is from the Sweet Cake Framelits Dies. Don’t you just love the detail on the bottom? To layer the Shimmery White paper on top of the tag, I cut a second tag out of Shimmery White. There’s a faint impression the die leaves on the paper that I used as a guide to trim down the top layer.
Supplies used on my gift: