I hope you have been enjoying the new 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue. I had my catalogue launch class yesterday, and I’ve been busy making lots of samples and playing with all my new goodies.
Here’s my display of some of the cards I’ve made (on my new dresser and you’ll be able to guess a few of my other hobbies as well)
I also made the colour sampler from page 120 of the new catalogue. Now I would recommend if you make this, to measure the quarters (don’t ask me why I know this!!)
So this week, we are back to casing the January – June 2021 mini catalogue and we are casing the die bundles.
I am a bit late to the party, but I really like the Pretty Perennials bundle. I decided to case the card on page 77 of the mini catalogue.
I decided to case this card pretty closely but I used some of the new In-Colours on my card. I’ve used Pale Payaya, Soft Succulent, Crumb Cake and So Saffron.
I stamped the small flower on the background and then stamped and die cut all the flowers. Love those dies that have multiple dies of the same thing. The sentiment uses the Tasteful labels dies which is a favourite. I added some pearls to the flowers for a touch of bling.
Next up is the lovely Tina.
We would love to see your creations over on at our Facebook group.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mum’s!! I spent the morning with my mum sharing some biscuits that I made for her. She liked them, so success!!
Don’t you just love the new 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue!! I love everything as always!! This week’s challenge is to case any project from the new catalogue.
I had bought the Quite Meadow bundle in the demo pre-order. It’s not a set I usually go for, but I’m using it in a project at my catalogue launch next weekend. I decided to case the yellow Dragonfly card on page 23. Now to be honest, I’m not the biggest fan of the Dragonfly, it’s just not really my style. But I thought this card would look nice using the flowers from the Meadows dies as the background.
I started off with a Bumblebee cardstock background and stamped the splat stamp across the card. I then die cut the flowers in Daffodil Delight to make them stand out. I then glue them onto the background (thank you, fine tip glue). I then tie the twine around the card and added the Just Jade ribbon to the back of the sentiment which is from the Quiet Meadow stamp set and die cut from the Meadow dies.
I think I’ll be using this set more than I thought!! Next up is the lovely Kathryn.
We would love to see your creation casing your favourite from the new catalogue, so please join us at our Facebook group.
It’s my favourite day of the Stampin’ Up! year! The 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue starts today!!
There are so many pretty new products to play with! I can’t decide which one is my favourite. If you would like a copy of the catalogue, please let me know and I’ll pop one in the post for you.
If you love the new catalogue too, it’s a great time to host a workshop. If your workshop sales are $400 and over, you will receive an additional $40 in hostess dollars. Get in touch with me to arrange your workshop today!!
Or if you are like me and love most of the new catalogue, you should take advantage of the latest joining offer. For only $169, you can choose $283 worth of products!! What a great deal is that! Contact me for more details, or click here.
Welcome to the last week of casing the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue. It’s always sad to say goodbye to a catalogue but then it’s exciting to see a new one!!
This week, we are saying Goodbye to our favourite retiring project.
So I decided to case one of the Boho Medley projects on page 6 of the 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue.
I do love this kit but I definitely didn’t use it enough. To create my card, I used one of the embossed papers that came in the kit as the background. I’ve already packed away most of my retiring dies, so I used the new Scalloped Contours dies (which I love!!). I cut strips of the Boho DSP and then cut them out using the dies.
I then added the die cuts and the sentiment. I think I’ll be hanging onto this kit as I love it too much!!
Next up is the lovely Monique.
We would love to see your creations casing your favourite retiring projects, so please share over on at our Facebook group.