Schools

  Schools

 If you are placing an order through your child’s/children’s school (or other organisation), please read the following …

  • Orders must be emailed to me at mrsdawnwalters@aol.com
  • Your order must include the item code and name and price of the products you are ordering.
  • I will need to know your name and the name/class of your child.
  • P&P is 5% of the total of your order.  There is no £3.95 minimum P&P charge as it is part of a bulk order.
  • Payment can either be by cheque or cash.  Please put this in an envelope and take it to your child’s school.  Don’t forget to put your name on the front of the envelope!
  • Payment MUST be received by the deadline your school gave to you.  Money received after this date will result in your order not being submitted.
  • Once all orders and monies have been received, I will place the bulk order for the school.  The products will arrive with me within 10 days of that and then I will bag them up and deliver them to your school.

Don’t forget to take a look at my blog to see what can be done with the products.  And don’t forget, it’s not just you that can use them – my 3 year old has a lot of fun as well! 

   The Stampin’ Wheels are especially suitable for very young children.

If you’ve never made cards before, the kits on pages 74 and 75 are a good starting point.  There are also a couple of retired kits on page 93 that include rubber stamps and ink pads.

   If you want to get news of any future special offers, then don’t forget to subscribe the  blog.  There is a link to this on the right.

There are links along the top of the page if you want to find out more.

There is a link to the online catalogue on the right, or you can click on the link below.  If you need to see a hard copy of the catalogue, you can either buy one from me (£5 including P&P) or you can request to see the copy that has been left at your child’s/children’s school (or other organisation).

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To see the whole range of Stampin’ Up! products, see the catalogue by clicking here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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