Exciting news to share – the products featured in the new catalogue are now live
Click on the image to view the online catalogue or come to my Open House on Sunday, June 4 from 1:00 – 4:00 to get your own copy. Make sure to register for this event by noon on June 2. Register here. Registration ensures your catalogue is reserved along with a catalogue survival kit, supplies for the make & take and a thank you gift for attending.
If you like to feel and touch before you buy, I will have a number of products and projects on display
To wet your appetite for the exciting new products check out several videos by Stampin’ Up!
Exciting New Products Not Seen Before
Bundles (stamp sets and framelits/thinlits/embossing folders)
Remember that fabulous Cable Knit folder that came out last Christmas? Many of you purchased it. Then in the spring catalogue, the Hexagons embossing folder came out. This was a fabulous folder creating not only a masculine texture but a great background for anything ‘bee’ or ‘nature’ related. Well they are back again along with thee new ones. You must build your Big Shot sandwich a little differently from the other embossing folders and this video shows you how.
Brand New or Back from Years Ago
A really exciting new product are the smaller version of the dimensionals on page 203. Imagine – no more cutting them in half.
Another new product is embossing paste on page 201. This has been around for a while and Stampin’ Up! has recognized its popularity for adding dimension to projects. And the best thing – you can colour it using your re-inkers. I will have a class on this for sure. Other must have for using this paste are the palette knives, decorative masks and the silicone craft sheet.
Stampin’ Up! used to carry glossy paper on page 194 – fabulous for inking techniques – and now it’s back.
Oh and I have to tell you about the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets. You know those intricate details dies? Examples are the Butterflies Thinlits, Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits and the Detailed Floral Thinlits (to name a few) and any word dies. Well these have presented challenges with how to both cut them out and adhere them to our projects. Well, to cut them out, you really should have the the Precision Base Plate and the Big Shot Die Brush. And for sticking them down – no matter which glue we use, the glue seems to seep out leaving a glossy mess. This is where the adhesive sheets come in – no more mess and they ensure better adhesion. Check out this new Happy Birthday die.
I could add a few more things here, but I think I’ve taken up enough of your time. I’m hoping you have enjoyed this preview. Now go on, register for my Open House. I’d love to see you!