Greetings my stamping friends. When I got a text message from a friend yesterday checking on me because they haven’t seen anything from me on social media in a while, that was a huge clue that I have been neglecting my blog and my craft room and supplies.
I have been feeling poorly lately with various issues ranging from coughing to headaches and fever. I had a COVID antibody test which, after nearly three weeks, came back negative. I just don’t have the energy or desire at the moment to get creative. Hopefully I will snap out of it soon.
Today would be a good day to start, but nothing has moved me so far. Today marks the launch of the sales period of the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog, or as we have referred to in the past as the Holiday Mini! If you did not receive a copy of the catalog from me (if you are a current customer of mine you should have received a copy by mail), you can click on the image at the top of this post to view a PDF of the catalog.
Along with the launch of this new catalog, Stampin’ Up! has released a new version of their Customer Online Store. If you already have an account for online shopping, your information will transfer to the new system. However, if you had saved shortcuts for logging in with a “saved” password they will no longer work because the URL has changed and your browser will not associate the password. If you have forgotten your password you will need to use the “reset password” feature.
I think you will love the new features of the new online store. Once you add items to your cart, they remain in your cart even if you fail to check out. Their is also a “favorite” feature where you can click on a heart under each item to add to a favorites lists (for those items you order over and over. And if that’s now amazing enough, you now have the option to creat Wish Lists which you can share with others!
This new online store is created to work on a mobile device, tablet, laptop or computer device. If you have any issues while using the online store there is a live feedback feature that allows you to report your issue directly from your device which provides the IT gurus all the code they need to duplicate the issue to trouble shoot it.
I could go on and on about how great it is, but you should just try it out for yourself and then tell me what you love about it.
Thank you for stopping by today and for hanging in there with me. I hope to be back stamping soon. Until next time, stamp on my friends.