Stampin Up is now offering a new Photopolymer Stamp Set called Gentle Peace. It is a beautiful Christmas Stamp Set and is only available until supplies last. The best thing about this set is it would go perfectly with our Blendabilites.
The item number is 139523 and the price is $15.95.
There are other stamp sets that are available that are not in any catalog. If you go to the top of my blog there is a link that says “Merchandise Not Available In Any Catalog”. Click on that to see other items that are available for purchase. There are a lot of great sets on this page!
Every year Stampin’ Up! donates a portion of the proceeds of the sale of a stamp set to The Ronald McDonald House. This year the stamp set is called Flamingo Lingo. You can find it on the back cover of the Annual Catalog. Who doesn’t like Flamingos? Everyone likes Flamingos! It has has six other stamps in the set that all match either a punch or a Framelit set. You probably already have at least some of the punches or Framelits. So support a great cause and get a cute Flamingo stamp set at the same time! You can make a difference!
Wednesday a few of my club members and I got together to make the cards that are in the Watercolor Winter Card Kit. This kit is in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog. I showed you a few of the cards yesterday and here are some more.
I love the colors in this kit. There are Cherry Cobbler, Coastal Cabana, Bermuda Bay, Crumb Cake and Whisper White. It has has Gold Glimmer Paper. If you buy the kit and the matching stamps, it comes with everything you need to make 20 cards! I did use a couple of the snowflakes from the Frosted Sequins that are also in the Holiday Catalog.
Stampin’ Up! has a great card kit in the Holiday Catalog this year called Watercolor Winter. The kit makes 20 cards (5 each of 4 designs). They are really cute. A few members of my stamp club got together last night to put the cards together. We followed the directions on some of the cards but also changed them up a bit too. Here are a few of the cards we made.
If you join the Stampin’ Up! family during the month of October you will get SIX FREE PACKS of Designer Series Paper! For $99 you would get to pick $125 worth of Stampin’ Up! products AND starting in November you would get one free pack of Designer Series Paper a month for six months! That is an additional $65 free! Now is a perfect time to join. Just click on the Join Now button on the left side of my blog to get started.
Small Print: You can not get any of the Specialty Designer Series Paper or Backgrounds Designer Series Paper Packs as part of this promotion. You get one pack of DSP paper a month for 6 months beginning in November. You will have to pay shipping on this but you can order other items with the free paper on a demonstrator order. You also have to remain a demonstrator throughout this promotion in order to get the free paper every month. You can order the DSP form the Holiday Catalog until January 5th and you can order DSP from the Occasions Catalog that comes out in January.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. Now is a perfect time to join!
I think Washi Tape is one of the best inventions of late. It is so easy to use and adds a lot of color to your projects. Stampin’ Up! has Washi Tape in so many colors and designs that they can be used for any occasion. I used a couple from two different sets to make this card. You can buy all the different sets and they all go together (well most of them do). The red tape on this card is from Beach House and the Crumb Cake is from Epic Day. The stamp set I used is called For All Things and is in the Holiday Catalog.
Last weekend we went to a wedding in Lake George, New York. The wedding itself was beautiful, although it did rain the entire day but the bride and the groom were so happy no one even noticed. Anyway, another amazing thing about the weekend, besides the wedding, was the beautiful fall colors we saw everywhere. It was not really “Peak” weekend but it was pretty close. We drove alone the bottom edge of the Adirondack Park to get there. There were spectacular scenes of little streams with bright colors of red, orange and yellow leaves. It truly was beautiful. For those that don’t know, there is so much more to New York than New York City!