This is the second card we made at our monthly stamp club last week. It uses a new sneak peek stamp set that will be in the Stampin’ Up!Holiday Catalog. As a Demonstrator we were able to purchase it early in July. That is one of the perks of being a Demonstrator. Now, Stampin” Up! has released it to everyone a month before it officially comes out.
The stamp set is called Carols Of Christmas. It has a couple of big sentiments in it, as well as some ornaments, poinsettias and holly. The best part of this set is the matching Thinlits called Card Front Builder. It cuts out the usual shapes in the stamp set but also has this cute border that we used around the card base and has some other border dies such as one that cuts out stars and a moon.
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One of the best things about being a Stampin’ UP! Demonstrator is you get to see and order products before anyone else. I am not a patient person so I love being able to get my hands on things early. During the month of July Demonstrators are able to purchase a stamp set from the upcoming Holiday Catalog called Carols of Christmas. Of course, this set has matching Thinlits called Card Front Builder Thinlits Dies. Customers will be able to purchase this set in August and if you join as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator during the month of July, you get this stamp set for FREE!!
Here are some cards Stampin’ Up! made using this set.
If you are considering joining as a Demonstrator, July is the best month to do it. Not only do you get this stamp set for FREE, you also get an Essentials Kit at no charge. This kit includes Paper Snips, Grid Paper, 2 D Clear Blocks, a Bone Folder and a Snail Adhesive. This is everything you need to get started. Remember, there is no obligation once you purchase your Starter Kit to buy another thing but you are probably going to want to once you realize the great discount you get on all Stampin’ Up! products. If you are interested and want more information send me an email or click on the Join Now button on the right side of my blog.