Sale-A-Bration Time!!!
Sale-a-bration cards

Which Sale-A-Bration Product?

Having trouble choosing which free Sale-A-Bration product to get with your $100 order?

Well, this isn't going to help because in these three projects I used THREE Sale-A-Bration stamp sets, and Sale-A-Bration Simply Sent kit and some ribbon from the Sale-A-Bration Ribbon & Button Pack . . . so you're just going to have to spend $500.00 and get all five of these free items LOL!!

Sale-a-bration projectsFor the two cards and the topper on the Bag-A-Lope, I have started with a base card from the Happy Hello Simply Sent Kit. The kit makes 8 cards & matching envelopes. Colours in the kit are Pool Party, Daffodil Delight and Basic Grey and the kit includes beautiful custom cut printed cards & envelopes, die cut cardstock stickers,rhinestones and bakers twine.

Each of the stamp sets I have used is a Sale-A-Bration freebie. The elephant comes from a cute set called Patterned Occasions, The flowers on the Bag-A-Lope and stamped randomly (very subtle) in the background of the elephant card are from a stamp set called Madison Avenue which matches the Sale-A-Bration DSP pack Sycamore Street.

The Indigo Island ribbon on the elephant card is from the Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack - such beautiful ribbon!!

And on the big yellow blossom card, I have stamped a floral image from Bloomin' Marvelous another set of Sale-A-Bration freebies.

There are NINETEEN products in total for you to choose from when selecting your Sale-A-Bration freebie. What will your next project include?

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