Introducing the new “Hostess Code”


Would you like a chance to select free hostess rewards from Stampin’ Up! this week?

Earlier this year Stampin’ Up! announced the addition of a “Hostess Code” that allows online orders to count towards a work shop order for the calculation of hostess benefits!

It’s so easy to participate …  just use the SPECIAL HOSTESS CODE upon check out when you ORDER ONLINE this week, and I will draw at least one winner to receive the hostess benefits!


How to participate:

  1. Click here to start your online order.
  2. Sign in (or create an account if you are new) and be sure you see LINDA TOLSON as your demonstrator BEFORE you place your order (you should see my name in the highlighted sections below).Shop Now tip
  3. Place your order and type in this HOSTESS CODE U9UAGQ2J before checking out (be sure to click Apply)!
  4. Orders must be submitted online by midnight CST Friday, April 5, 2013.
  5. Winners will be drawn and notified on Saturday, April 6.  (I will need your free selections no later than Sunday, April 7th.)

This is the same as any of your previous online orders with me … it will be shipped right to you, but you will have a chance to redeem free hostess rewards!  That’s it!

All orders of $50 or more will be entered into the drawing.


  • Winner will receive the $25 FREE MERCHANDISE SHOPPING SPREE if the orders for the week total $150 – $199.


  • Winners will split the $30 or more FREE MERCHANDISE SHOPPING SPREE (see hostess chart in the catalog) when orders for the week total above $200.


  • 1 or more winners will get to select a 1/2 price item if the total of all orders is over $400.

If you are ordering $150 or more, please do NOT use the code … please select all the hostess benefits for yourself!

If you have any questions or have difficulty entering the Hostess Code on your order, do not hesitate to email me!

Stamp on my friends,


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