It’s almost new catalogue time and I’m excited to have copies of the gorgeous new book in my craft room. I have started to deliver them to my customers. If you are new to Stampin’ Up!, don’t have a demonstrator for the 2021-2022 Annual Catalogue or expect to receive one from me and haven’t yet, please let me know and I’ll make sure to get a copy to you. You can get in touch with me by email, Facebook or Instagram (or leave a comment in the blog and I’ll contact you).
I like to add a few things with the catalogues I send to my amazing customers. This catalogue they have a sample of the new In Colors, catalogue tabs, wishlist paper and a handmade card.
Some of the catalogues went with the cards I shared last week using the Party Puffins. The rest have this punny card also using the Party Puffins.
I love a good pun! This layout is great for showing off all the new In Colors.
Do you have an emerging favourite from the new In Colors? Mine has been changing on a daily basis though those greens are definitely getting a workout! I love it when an In Color set looks amazing together. These colours complement each other nicely – in any order!
If I count right, it’s only 16 sleeps until the new catalogue releases!!! Start making that wishlist!
Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators were able to order new catalogue Stampin’ Up! supplies a couple of weeks ago and I was excited to have my box land on my doorstep early this week. Housework neglected, bedtime ignored – it was so much fun to unpack and play with the gorgeous products.
Most of my box contained an assortment of products in the brand new 2021-2023 In Colors. Introducing…
They are a such a pretty mix! Do you have an early favourite? I love how well they coordinate together – ready for a range of styles of stamping.
Another cute little new addition in my box was the Party Puffins stamp set. The black stamping of the puffins was the perfect contrast to show off the new In Color range.
Dancing their way into our hearts, these puffins are definitely stealing the show from the pre-order list.
As well as the In Color cardstock used for the card bases, there’s also Stampin’ Blends in each colour, a stack of DSP in 4 different patterns and sweet little gems.
The top layer of the card base has been cut using a new die from a set you’re going to want to have called Basic Borders. It’s going to add a great textural finish to your projects in 2021.
If you love the idea of having early access to all your favourite Stampin’ Up! products, you’ll be excited to hear that all the items you see on these projects are available on preorder and can be added to a Stampin’ Up! Starter Kit. $169 for your choice of $235 of products including free shipping and then a 20% discount on all the orders you place until October 2021. If this sounds like a deal you’d like to get on board with, click here to buy your Starter Kit. If you have any questions, please message me.