I hope you are enjoying my Country Dozen Rewards. I want to thank everyone who has participated so far and I hope you are enjoying your free stamps.
As a way to thank all of you for helping us earn the Disneyworld Incentive Trip, I thought how about Double the Country Dozen Rewards?
So April 25 – May 5 until midnight, when you place an on-line order through my store that totals $40.00 before tax and shipping you will earn not 1 egg, but 2, order $80.00 before tax and shipping and you will earn 4 eggs, and so on. Cool eh?
The clearance rack has been updated, the retired stamps and accessory lists are out, there has to be something on your wish list right?
Just a note:
When you look at the retired accessories list, you'll note that all of our Stampin' Pads are listed. This is for two reasons: (1) Craft Stampin' Pads will now only be available in black and white; and (2) we are introducing a new Firm Foam pad in our Classic Stampin' Pads with the 2012-2013 annual catalog. So you don't have to worry.
Please keep in mind the Country Dozen Rewards are for on-line orders only. Club orders, workshop orders, product shares, etc. don't count, thanks for understanding.
After you have earned a Dozen eggs you can pick a stamp set any price as a Thank You from me and with the new catalog starting June 1 you might fall in love with a set you just have to have.
I will verify the dates when you turn your reward sheet in so make sure to mark your sheet accordingly and write double points with the dates!!!
I have attached a flyer so you can print it out and keep track. It also explains all the other details about the rewards program.
Please remember that when you place an order that totals at least $150.00 (before tax and shipping) you have earned hostess benefits, but you have to be ordering through my on-line store in order to get them, so please use the link below to get there directly. The ordering system will ask you for your choices before you close the order.
zena kennedy says
Greetings from down under. I love following your blog but this one I just had to respond to. Your eggs are so white. I did find when I visited Canada last year that their eggs were white too. We in Australia have speckled eggs or if not speckled they are a cream to pale brown in colour. So does everyone have chooks that lay white eggs? I find this funny. (in a good way of course). Love reading your reviews.