Stampin’ Up has an Online Extravaganza where you can save between 10-40% off!
For one week only, November 21-28, you can save up to 40% on select products. To sweeten the deals, we will be having 24-hour sales on the first and last day of the promotion, featuring special products available for that day only. You can even get a sneak peek AND save on products that will be on the future holiday catalog retiring list. You won’t want anyone to miss out on this great opportunity to stock up and save!
Click here to see or print out the entire list of fabulous sale items! On Monday, when the sale begins you can click here to see them in my store and don’t forget you can also save 25% off selected stamp sets to co-ordinatate with the new stitched framelits.
Plus as a gift from me (whilst stocks last) for each order over $100 I will give you one of the new black and gold polka dot 10th Anniversary South Pacific pop up bin for FREE (RRP $10).
For the month of November you have the opportunity to purchase Stitched Shapes Framelits of 12 dies ahead of their official release in the 2017-2018 annual catalogue and get 25% off coordinating stamp sets. With Stitched Shapes Framelits you can make paper stitches in seconds, turning any project into one that is stitched from the heart. And there’s more great news…although the 25% off stamps sets ends 30 November, you will still be able to get the Stitched Shapes Framelits after that date.
To check out which of the 9 stamp sets are on sale, please click here and of course you can get some ideas of how to use them in your projects from the video below.
So Stampin’ Up! had the international meeting in Brisbane earlier this month and it was a lot of fun. Every 6 months there is one 3 day OnStage Live event which rotates between North America, Europe & the South Pacific and then the other regions who don’t host the 3 day event get a one day event called OnStage Local. This was the first Live event for the South Pacific and also coincided with the South Pacific 10th anniversary.
If you like the above black and gold polka dot pop up rubbish bins, they are part of the South Pacific 10th anniversary celebrations and are available whilst stocks last for $10 each order code 145173 or you can get one for FREE from me by placing an order of over $100 (whilst stocks last).
One of the highlights of any Stampin’ Up! event is catching up with old friends and making new ones, it’s fantastic being able to hang out with people who all ‘get’ craft! I was fortunate enough this time to have 3 others from my team join me at the event.
It was also fun to catch up with staff from the Head Office in North America.Below is a photograph taken at the CentreStage dinner with CEO of the company Sara Douglas.
One of the ways that we initiate conversations with demonstrators we don’t know and also to share ideas is to make little stamped swap items. Sue from my team made 100 of these cute little koala treats which went down very well with people. The koala is made from the Fox Builder punch.
Of course the company spoiled us with lots of amazing gifts including bags. stamp sets, accessories, treats, food, make & takes and more!
This event I was very fortunate to be asked to design some items with new stamps & framelits for the display boards to help inspire others. I will blog those items soon.
Of course not all my team could join me at the event, but whilst I was there I used some of the new stamps to make each of them a card so that they didn’t miss out entirely on all the fun!
These were made using new ribbon, designer series paper and stamps that will be available in the new Occasions catalogue in January. Of course I couldn’t let them have naked envelopes either as that would just be too boring for the mail person delivering them!
I will share more swaps, photographs and ideas from OnStage soon
Between 1-31 October, you can buy three packages of Designer Series Paper and get one free! This sale includes Designer Series Paper from both the annual catalogue and the recently released holiday catalogue (not including Specialty Designer Series Paper or Designer Series Paper Stacks).
Look how simple & amazing these cards look using the same layout, but just changing the paper, stamps & sentiments…….you could easily create a whole bunch of beautiful cards for many different occasions using just this one template layout!
Of course if you have lots of little scraps of designer series paper left over from scrapbooking or card making how about these two amazingly versatile card layouts? This first one is perfect for punches or small framelit shapes
Or if you have lots of strips of designer series paper left over from projects – what about this fast card solution? The thick Bakers twine or ribbon really make these cards special.
So stock up on your designer series papers now and have all your card, scrapbooking, envelope and other 3D creations covered, click the image below to shop 24/7.
Do you remember the last time you received a card in the mail? In a sea of junk mail and bills, a card is a simple thing that really stands out to the person who receives it. Sending a card is a small gesture that shows just how much you care about that special someone in your life.
World Card Making Day is on 1 October, celebrate by making and sending a handmade card to someone who could use a little recognition, love, or just a boost (which is anyone, really!).
In celebration of World Card Making Day, from 1-5 October, you can save up to 25% on cardmaking essentials that can be used to share your love all year long!
If you haven’t used Fast Fuse before – check out this handy hints video here
Of course if you haven’t seen this super gorgeous Designer Tin of Cards then check them out here – they do have a matching stamp set (sold separately), but they really would work with any sentiment set & are perfect for any occasion.
Don’t forget the specials are only available for 5 days, so get in quick and order now online here!
When I got my first sneak peek of the new Holiday Catalogue in August, I knew straight away that I NEEDED to order the stamp set Paisleys & Posies – not because I am a paisley fan, but because there were two special instructors in my life that I wanted to make a card for using one of the sentiments – I ordered the set 2 months ago, but only just gave them their cards this last week, definitely in catch up mode!
I think my watermark may have obscured some of the sentiment, but if you are optically challenged the sentiment reads “I thank you for your part in my journey”. I took the colours and technique from a few years ago and updated it with new in colours (if you haven’t done the bandana technique you can see a step by step of it here from umm 4 years ago – not sure where that time went). I love this technique as it’s so personal, each card is unique depending upon the sponging and white chalk pen highlights – the chalk pen is more transparent than the original white gel pen that I used in the original post, but I just go over each dot or line twice and it seems to come out fine.
The new Holiday Catalogue is here and it is chocked full of amazing products, ideas and inspiration to cover all sorts of special events in our lives that are coming up over the next few months.
Apart from the fabulous hostess sets, a couple of my favourite items in the catalogue include the card and tag kits, mini bells (that actually tinkle), copper foil paper and the Cookie Cutter Christmas stamp set & punch.
If you would like a copy of the Holiday Catalogue, please let me know as I’d be happy to send you one.
Stampin’ Up! have just released a beautiful new stamp set called “I Stamped This” and is a collection of 16 rubber stamps and is available in wood mount #137049 $44.00 or clear mount #144274 $31.00 from now until the end of the current annual catalogue on May 31st 2017. This set is the perfect way to let people know that you have created something just for them, be it baked, sewn, stamped or just because!
Two of the images comply with our Angel Policy (as does the ones from the “Better Than Email” stamp set) where:
Stampin’ Up! welcomes artists who would like to use our stamp images in their own handstamped craftwork that they produce to sell. Therefore, we give permission in the form of a limited licence to use any Stampin’ Up! stamp images for the purpose of creating craftworks for sale under the following criteria:
Each craftwork created for sale must be personally and individually hand-stamped by the selling artist and may not be reproduced or copied in any form by any means-graphic, electronic, or mechanical-including photocopying. Mass production, assembly-line construction, production by workers for hire, or syndication of hand-stamped craftwork for sale is strictly prohibited.
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How realistic does this baby bear stamp image look? He’s such a beautiful vintage bear and he is doubly special as he was my OnStage prize in Sydney so he was my beautiful gift for being a demonstrator, Stampin’ Up! really are very generous.
I went a bit crazy making things with him for my catalogue launch party, but this was the first card I made with him that I sent to my uplines as they didn’t get to go to the Sydney meeting for different reasons and I was sad that they missed out.
The bear I prefer to stamp from darkest to lightest inks and were Chocolate Chip, Soft Suede & Crumb Cake and the bow & sentiment were done in Marina Mist and Dapper Denim.
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