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If you have been wanting the Big Shot…

My Big Shot is my most used tool in my stamp room and I have a couple of tips for you. In this video, I give a couple of tips about how to assemble and set up your Big Shot and what plates to use.  And see below on how to get your Big Shot at a deal!

If you don’t have a Big Shot yet, right now, during Stampin’ Up!’ Sale-a-bration promotion is the best time to get one!  Why?

Because the Big Shot normally costs $135 plus taxes and shipping. So in Ontario, Canada that comes to $167.80.

But if you get the Demonstrator Starter kit (see some FAQ’s about the kit here) then you can put the Big Shot in your kit (kit contents are customizable) and pay only $135 total (no taxes or shipping).

AND….

You actually pick out $165 worth of products (that is pretax and shipping total) and TWO additional stamp sets!

So for your $135 expenditure you would get:

  • The Big Shot
  • Some dies or folders or anything else (up to $30 worth)
  • Two additional Stamp sets (total value up to $136)

There are no taxes or shipping fees on this kit!  The kit is potentially worth over $370.  Tons of value!!  And no obligation.  Get the kit at a great price and you don’t have to do anything more or  “salesy” with it.  But if you want to do more with your kit, then I’m happy to help.

Yes!  I want to sign up and get the kit!  Start here.

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Comments

  1. Great video Jenn! Love the idea of a separate set of cutting plates for embossing folders. Thanks for showing how the precision plate works 🙂