As we prepare to say goodbye to certain products we have seen and loved over the last 12 months, the best part is saying HELLO to shiny brand new product! (My favourite part!)
As a one-off promotion, Stampin' Up! have launched a whole suite of products from the new annual catalogue EARLY!! Normally, we cannot offer anything from the new cataulogue until it launches in June, but this gorgeous suite of products is ready for you from Monday!!
The suite of products will be available to you in 2 exclusive bundles and it really is a gorgeous suite of products! I have been playing with this set for the past week and I can't stop using it!
The best part for me is definitely being able to use the new in-colours which I showed here yesterday and being able to use with coordinating coloured cardstock and papers really does make the most stunning projects!
Within this suite of products is a Stamp Set that coordinates with a set of framelit dies. The dies can be used to cut medallion shapes, flowers, elements and also as detailled apertures within cards.
There are gold stickers that coordinate with the dies and look fab when added to cardstock, really elegant!
There are tassle embellishments, envelopes, DSP and a carstock bundle in Dapper Denim, Fresh Fig and Tranquil Tide. The colours are really rich and scream oppulence when used altogether!
Plus the 3 of the new in-colour stamp pads!
Can you tell that I like this set yet?
Here are a few of my cards so far....
The DSP used here is a Very Vanilla base with a gold embossed texture pattern. Peacock feathers spring to mind!
I have cut a selection of the medallions, and layered together using dimensional foam pads to give a 3D look. I have added in some colour with a strip of coloured cardstock, and the sentiment has been stamped in the corresponding ink colour.
The green spot card is using the DSP which is the colour of Lemon and Lime Twist. I have cut a circle, and again layered the medallions over the top. Sequin Trim has been added along with some more of the Gold textured DSP from above.
On the Dapper Denim card I have used one of the large gold stickers along with some smaller diamonf gold stickers. The medaallion has been stamped and die cut out and the sentiment has been embossed with gold embossing powder.
The three flower shapes have been cut out with 2 of the dies - the first one cuts the outside shape and the 2nd cuts the inside leaves that can be lifted up as shown. For the middle of the flowers I have used some more of the gold stickers.
For these 2 cards, I have used the largest medallion framelit and left it attached to the cardstock. This has then been layered over the coloured cardstock and I have added some medallion shapes over the top. The flower sticker has been used straight onto the cardstock which I have then die cut out with the flower medallion shape. I have added the matching colour tassle and stamped in the corresponding ink colour!
Looking forward to sharing more next week about how you can order these gorgeous new products!
Thanks for reading.
One of my favourite things about being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator is the constant cycle of new products that I get to play with and share with you all!
The main reason that I joined Stampin' Up! is for their colours! Beforehand I would spend what felt like hours matching colours of card, paper, embellishments etc for a project but now that pain is no more!
Stampin' Up! have a base of 40 colours ranging from Brights, Subtles, Neutrals and Regals and for every colour you can have ink, cardstock, ribbons, embellishments, marker pens, papers and more! Every colour within a range compliment each other brilliantly and they are all lovely and rich!
As if 40 colours are not enough they also launch 5 additional colours every year that last for 2 years and these are known as "in-colours". All the in-colours compliment the existing base of colours really well and it's always exciting as a demonstrator to see what colours they will be!
These colours are launched with every Annual Catalogue in June and this year they have release 3 colours early!! You will be able to order these colours from the 1st May, and the additional 2 colours will be available from the 1st June!
I have really enjoyed playing with the 3 new colours and have added a sample below for you!
This year we have
FRESH FIG - a gorgeous rich purple
LEMON & LIME TWIST - a really bright lime colour & my personal favourite!
TRANQUIL TIDE - a deep blue/green
What do you think???
To find out about the other new products I have used on these cards, check back tomorrow....you won't regret it!
Have a great day!
Today I am sharing with you my Easter Gifts that I have made for my family. We love a bit of chocolate but this year I wanted to something different to buying an Easter Egg and the Basket Bunch suite is perfect for doing exactly that!
For this project I used the Basket Bunch Bundle from the Spring/Summer seasonal catalogue. When I first saw this set in the catalogue I wasn't overly excited but after we used this set at a recent demonstrator day I just had to have it!
The mini egg cartons were a lovely touch too for this set. They come in Very Vanilla and it really is so easy to add colour to them!
For the top of the boxes I cut out the largest square from the Stitched Shapes Framelit set. Using craft card I die cut the largest scallop square from the Layering Squares Framelits and the basket is from the Basket Bunch set.
I stamped a selection of flowers, bunnies and leaves using Stazon ink onto Whisper White cardstock, coloured using Watercolour Pencils with an Aqua Painter and die cut out. They are added to the basket using Dimensional Foam Pads.
The sentiment is stamped onto Vellum Cardstock, and cut out using the Classic Label Punch. I have added these to the basket using Mini Glue Dots. To finish I added a self-adhesive Enamel Shape embellishment in a co-ordinating colour.
The egg cartons are secured using Burlap Ribbon which coordinates lovely with the craft card colour.
The products that I used are found below. Sadly some of these products have been listed as being retired this week and have sold out already :-( Please click the shop now button at the bottom of this post to check what is still available.
Thank you for reading, I hope you all enjoy a lovely restful Easter weekend!
It is that time of year again where Stampin' Up! have released details on all the products that will not be carrying over into the new 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue.
Please click the image above or here to view the full list of items that we are saying goodbye to at the end of May.
Items are only available until stocks last so please bear in mind if there is something you are lusting after that's on there, order it before it's gone!
The quickest and easiest way to place an order is to click the shop now button below!
If anyone has any questions, please do ask and I will do my best to help!
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