CALLING ALL DSP ADDICTS!!! WOULD YOU LIKE ALL THE NEW DSP???
We all know I love DSP. I love it in every sense – love to own it, love to use it, love to look at it, love to touch it… Primarily though, I love to own it! The first cut into a new sheet almost kills me and I find it heart wrenching to use up a whole pack of DSP! I still have DSP I purchased in my first Stampin’ Up! order in 2010. But that said, I will be buying more when the new catalogue starts. Shhhhhh! Don’t tell hubby.
Stampin’ Up! keeps fuelling my addiction by bringing out new Designer Series Paper (DSP) designs every catalogue. The new catalogue gets released in under 2 weeks and it contains 13 new DSP options – 8 new patterns, 2 new speciality patterns, 2 new paper stacks and a paper stack with the new in-colours. Now, buying all of these new pretties is a costly outlay. Sharing the love with other addicts is a great way to get all the new patterns at a fraction of the cost. So, I’m here to offer you a DSP paper share.
For only $32 (including postage or delivery, whichever you need to get your paper to you), you will receive 90 sheets of new DSP:
- 66 sheets of 6×6″ DSP
- 24 sheets of 4.5×6.5″ Paper Stack DSP
If that’s not enough DSP for you, you can add 20 sheets of 6×6″ new In colour DSP for only $5.
If you would like to participate in the DSP paper share, please email me – email@example.com. Your paper share will be available as soon as the DSP hits my doorstep and then the trimmer. I estimate this will be the third week in July.
While we are talking all things DSP, how do you store yours? Mine all lives in an ottoman! Officeworks sell Storage Ottomans for less than $20. Mine is black, but they come in other colours including red, white & brown. Each DSP goes into a 12×12″ Page Protector with a sticky label announcing the name of the DSP. I also use this method to store my 12×12″ cardstock, window sheets, glimmer paper, Project Life page protectors and more! It works well for me and since the ottoman has a lid, I can store all my precious paper away from little sticky fingers. I’d love to hear how you store your DSP! Kelly x
Note: some of the links to new products in this blog post will come up with an error until the catalogue becomes available to the general public on 1st July 2014.