Thursday, February 23, 2012

Get a FREE Art Philosophy Cricut Bundle or $100 in extra goodies in March!

How would you like to get over $400 in Close to my Heart Goodies including the Art Philosophy Cricut Collection for only $99? Yes you read that correctly. Close to my Heart has done it once again!

March is a great time for you to join Close To My Heart because when you sign up as a new Consultant between March 1–31, you’ll receive a FREE  Art Philosophy Cricut Collection! The Collection’s retail price of $99 adds incredible value to the New Consultant Kit and will give hours of creative fun with the included exclusive Cricut cartridge, three coordinating D-size stamp sets, and three sheets of matching Dimensional Elements shapes. Already own the collection? You can always give the free one as a gift or choose to receive $100 in select product credit** instead. Now is the time to embrace the philosophy of fun—Consultant and Cricut fun!

Watch this video to find out a little more about this great promotion...

If you love Close to my Heart products, there is a place for you within this amazing company. There is a place for everyone including the Personal Use Consultant and the Business Builder and everything in between.

Here are some links to some informative posts about this great special:
  • A list of Frequently Asked Questions about becoming a Close to my Heart Consultant. - Click here.
  • A little more information about me and my Team. - Click here.
  • What’s in the kit? - Click here.
  • Great Studio J savings as a Consultant - Click here.
  • Have questions? - Click here to contact me.
  • Ready to take advantage of this great deal? - Click here to go to the online application starting March 1st.

*Offer available March 1—31, 2012. No additional tax is charged on the Cricut® collection when ordered during enrollment.

**Additional requirements and limitations regarding the redemption and shipping of Select Product Credit apply. Select Product Credit is added to new Consultant account following approval of enrollment.

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