Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalogue Launch
I am now heading into the busiest part of the Stampin’ Up! season. There is lots to do as I try to share as much as I can to inspire everyone in the leadup to Christmas. Last Saturday and Sunday were my Christmas launches. They were so much fun and we made two projects that I want to share with you. Each project was simple and easy – I am not always good at simple designs.. I had two stamping ‘virgins’ come along who had a lot of fun.
The Cookie Cutter Christmas Bundle has been the most popular product from the new catalogue and you can see why. There is also a Halloween version which is even cuter but I am not really into Halloween.
We also created a second card which featured the Lovely as a Tree and Gorgeous Grunge Stamp Sets as the background. I love that I can use non-Christmas stamps on Christmas cards – means we get even more use out of our supplies. This card was a CASE (Copy and Share Everything) of a card by Kim Jolley, which I loved.
Treat Bags for everyone
As always, everyone receive a treat bag but this time they were a little different as they held everyone’s Stealing Secret Santa present in those little ‘fairy envelopes’. I posted a short Facebook Live video on how to make these cute envelopes and cards (2 x 2″). Each piece of Designer Series Paper (DSP – double sided patterned paper) was cut to 3-3/4″ square and then scored at 1-7/8 using the Envelope Punch Board. This was a very quick project – about 2 mins per envelope.
Also I dry embossed each of the treat bags using Stampin’ Up!’s new Cable Knit Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder (6 x 6″) which leave a very detailed deep textured imprint.
Stampin’ Up! featured Product List
For further information for the products used in today’s project, just click on the items below to view in my Online Store. I would love to be your Demonstrator if you don’t already have one and live in Australia. All these products can be purchased through my online shop or ordered through me. Please allow Demonstrator contact when ordering online so I can thank you properly. Stamp sets used in this project may be available in other mount options (wood-mount, clear-mount or photopolymer). I have listed the option that I used.