Need creative neighbor gifts? Try Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps from Stampin’ Up!

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Just in time for holiday gift giving, Stampin’ Up! is offering to let 50 mommy bloggers between the ages of 25-35 try out our brand-new Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps. All we ask is that you try our Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps and create packaging using Stampin’ Up! product (provided) then blog about your experience with a link back to our website. You must blog within two weeks of receiving product.

The Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps allow you to create beautiful, hand-stamped cookies in a flash. Just make your favorite shortbread cookie dough (or one of the two included recipes) and stamp away! The stamp images are completely food-safe and child-friendly. Pair the homemade cookies with hand-stamped packaging that you create using Stampin’ Up! product and you have a stunning neighbor gift for the upcoming holidays. Write about the product, ease-of-use (kid-friendly) and your experience while preparing neighbor gifts. The focus should be on the Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps. Watch this video to see just how easy it is to use:

In your blog post, please include the following links: anytime Stampin’ Up! is mentioned. anytime you mention the name of a Stampin’ Up! product.

All selected bloggers will receive the following:

  •     Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamp (1), $16.95, item number
  •     Kraft Gift Box (4), $2.95, item number 124106
  •     Homemade stamp set (1), $8.95, item number 116978
  •     2-3/8”Scallop Circle punch (1), $16.95, item number 118874
  •     12”x12” Smooth Card Stock Very Vanilla(1), $5.95, item number 124301
  •     Basic Black Stampin’ Spot (1) (not sold individually)
  •     Cherry Cobbler Bakers Twine (1), $2.95, item number 123125

Additional opportunity: We will give the first 25 bloggers who register an extra Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamp to share with their readers. In order for your readers to be eligible to win the prize they must visit and tell us their favorite Stampin’ Up! product and provide a link to that product when they comment on your blog post.

To be considered for fill out the form below. If you are a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator you can not apply for this opportunity.

Contact: Elizabeth Gray,