I'm starting a new advertising campaign where I give out tags and some information about me and Stampin' Up!. This is one of the tags I created. Here is the information:
Thank you for your interest in Stampin’ Up!
This tag was hand-stamped using rubber stamps and accessories from Stampin’ Up! You can use it to create your own handmade card, tie it to a gift, or place it on a scrapbook page as an embellishment (all the supplies used are archival quality). Tags are very versatile!
To find out how easy it is to stamp something like this yourself, host a Stampin’ Up! Workshop! It's a great opportunity for you and your friends to enjoy an evening learning the art of rubber stamping hands-on! You'll also discover how stamping can expand your scrapbooking options (and stretch your dollar), too. And as a Stampin' Up! Hostess, you'll enjoy the exciting opportunity to win free stamp sets and accessories from Stampin' Up! Just let me know when you’d like to book your Workshop!
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Registered: June 22, 2004 Location: Sarasota, FL Posts: 2936
Mon, Sep 13, 2004 @ 1:20 PM
I didn't put it on the back of the tags...I typed it up and folded it to be an insert with the tags. I both the tags and an insert in a plastic baggie (about 3 1/2 x 3). I did stamp my "hand-stamped by" stamp on the back of each. :)
------------------------------ Nicole "I am a girl of many moods...all of which require chocolate."