So tell me……did I get your interest????
The new Stampin’ Up! Catalogue is live! Woo hoo, is everyone as excited as me?
I have joined the Eureka Stampers Blog Hop to celebrate all the wonderful new products and ideas in the Stampin’ Up! Catalogue. Eureka Stampers is made up of a large group of inspirational ladies from around Australia. You may have started at my blog, or you may have joined me from Emma Palonek, how creative was she with the No Bones About It stamp set?
Stampin’ Up!’s Statement of the Heart is, “To love what we do and share what we love, as we help others enjoy creativity and worthwhile accomplishments . . . in this we make a difference!” I hope you are able to get some great inspiration from our Blog Hop and don’t forget to leave a message of encouragement.
Anyway, onto my blog post………
I hosted my second annual Catalogue Launch Open House on Saturday 13th June and was super excited to share all the new products with 20 ladies. The most excitement was around the Tin of Cards.
The Tin of Cards project kit includes enough card bases and accents for 16 cards (four of each design). Luckily though, the tin holds many more cards – so the only limit is your imagination. It comes in a mighty fine and cute Mint Macaron and Whisper White striped tin with nine tab dividers. This would make a lovely gift.
Here is a photo showing the stamped tabs. I love the Mint Macaron detail, although it is a bit tricky to see in the photo. 😦
Included also in the kit is DSP (Designer Series Paper) to decorate the file tabs. The DSP is in different designs, but all in co-ordinating Mint Macaron.
What comes in the kit I hear you ask?????
- 16 card bases and envelopes
- Designer Series Paper
- Printed Acetate Sheets
- Die Cut Accents
- Gold Die Cut Accents
- Gold Metallic Thread
- Gold Glimmer Paper Die Cut Hearts
- Die Cut Wood Accents
- Gold Epoxy Heart Stickers
- Clear Epoxy Star Stickers
- Printed Tin Box with file tab dividers
There are a few items needed to complete the project kit, so I am holding a class where I will supply the stamp set, inks and adhesives. This kit would be perfect to have as an in home demonstration with a group of friends. There are lots of different options to help you complete the project kit. As all the card bases are pre-scored, die cut where applicable and all the bits and bobs included, it is a simple kit to put together.
Here is a selection of the cards created using the project kit, I have followed the suggestions but have mixed up the sentiments.
I hope I have been able to inspire you to sit down with a cuppa and start flicking through the catalogue….you never know what you will find!
Your next stop is the wonderfully talented Mel Pagano.
4. Emma Palonek
6. Mel Pagano
7. Rose Packer
8. Tracy Penn
10. Janine Rawlins