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Emma xx
Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator in England UK. All things Stampin' Up for card making, scrapbooking, wedding stationery, gifts, card making classes, scrapbooking classes, gift making classes.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Stampin' Up Summer Competition

Want a chance to win up to £150 of Stampin' Up! stamp sets and show off your crafting skills?

Why wouldn't you? You will be crafting anyway, so why not enter? Go on what have you got to lose.

Prizes

Customers can win one of 3 prizes. First prize is £150 worth of SU stamp sets and there are two runner up prizes of £50 worth of SU stamp sets.

(Demos have a seperate competition to enter!!)

Summer Design Challenge Rules
  • Projects must be created using only Stampin' Up! products (no nesties or cuttlebug folders).
  • Only one project per participant will be accepted.
  • Projects can be cards, home decor, scrapbook pages, or 3D items.
  • All projects must be summer-themed.
  • Projects must be unique, and created for the Summer Design Challenge. Do not just recycle your old projects.
  • A list of products used must be included with the project submission.
  • Full contact information, including your full name, address, phone number, and e-mail address must be included with the project submission.
  • Projects will not be returned as they may be displayed at future Stampin' Up! events or on the Stampin' Up! web site.
For the official contest rules and details of where to send your entry, please click this link.

Have fun and enjoy

Emma xx

1 comment:

  1. Hi emma, I have clicked on the link for the comp details but it just takes you to the SU home page no mention on their site of this comp ? have i done somthing wrong ? I would love to enter ...let me know many thanks Emma x

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