The other day, I looked back at some of the old cards I made before the BS (Big Shot) and they are so plain, bare and blah! I don’t know how I lived without it. After the BS, practically all of my cards have embossing and/or die-cuts on them. The embossing adds so much to the card – dimension, interest, and beauty, and the embossing folders can be used in so many ways with the Big Shot. You can cut at least 60 different materials using it, and with the Bigz Dies, you can cut multiple layers at the same time.
If you don’t have a Big Shot, now is the time to purchase yours! Why now? Because during the month of August, when you purchase a BS you’ll get your choice of 5 bundles for FREE! The bundles include the stamp set and matching Framelits Dies.
If you already own a Big Shot, you can purchase these bundles for 15% off.
Purchase your Big Shot and select your free bundle here.
Guess What else! More products have been added to the Clearance Rack, including 15 dies/framelits sets and 6 embossing folders. You can see them here.
So, what’s the difference between Stampin’ Up!’s Big Shot and the ones you can purchase at other stores? You only get a 1-year warranty and no training when it’s purchased in other stores, while Stampin’ Up! gives you a 3-year warranty and lots of training on how to use it. If you have attended any of my classes, you’ve already used the Big Shot and love it. (Especially when it’s used with the Magnetic Plate.) It holds the die-cuts exactly where they’re placed and cut the framelits out perfectly.
Check here tomorrow when the weekly deals are announced. You may find more dies and/or embossing folders for sale!
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