Keeping in with sharing the new product videos, I just have to say I love this sweet garden suite from the2020-2021 Annual Catalog. I know it was released last month, however, it is so great that I have to feature it again. Below is a video from Stampin’ Up! to help show you more about this sweet garden suite (see how I did that?). It not only features beautiful floral designs, but it has great sentiments to go along with them and the Dies are awesome.
The Embossing Folder is one of my favorite things in this suite because of the 3D look you gain when using this product. You can pick up this suite inmy online store here. The new catalog has so many wonderful new suites, you can view them all here.
The new2020-2021 Annual Catalogso much to offer and these new suites are just the beginning. These videos are wonderful to let you see some of the new products in person (so to speak) and get a better idea of what they look like and how they work. I’m so glad that Stampin’ Up! puts together these videos for us to share. Stayed tuned, I still have more videos to release in the coming days.
Stampin’ Up! has anew seal productthat is replacing SNAIL and just released with the new catalog. I think you will love it. It offers a little more adhesive than SNAIL and there are two options that are interchangeable in the case. Have you seen it in the catalog? How about a great visual to go with that? Below is a great video from Stampin’ Up! featuring George to show you a little more about this great new product. You may like a few of the differences from SNAIL.
I hope you enjoyed the video and all this new adhesive has to offer. I think it’s a great addition to any stamp room.
Great new adhesive.
You can pick It up inmy online store here. I know many of you were disappointed with our SNAIL was discontinued but this is an upgrade from that and will be easier to use.
The good news is that there are two different adhesives that you can use with the same case and simply change out as needed. One is for simple projects and cards, the other has a bond that can be used for larger, or 3D projects. I know for me, having the option of two different seals that fit into the same case is also a bonus. I hope you enjoy this new seal product that is replacing SNAIL as much as I do.
If you have purchased any of the new 3D Embossing Dies, then you are going to love this video. They are a different style from the Dynamic Folders so you need to adjust slightly when using them. Stampin’ Up has put together a great video to give you a little information on how to use them. The thickness of the folders is a little different so it will help to have a bit of training for using these folders. With slight adjustments, you will be fine. Take a look:
You can purchase any of our Dies from my online store here. We have an extensive assortment of Dies which are used for multiple projects. I love working with our dies and I love the new 3D Embossing Dies Stampin’ Up! has added to our collection.
Take a look at this hostess exclusive set – Believe You Can. The flowers are a great way to add so much color to the card. Or, in the case of this card, create an interesting background. The thank you banner is a nice touch right in the middle of the card to create the perfect focal point.
Supplies: Stamps: Believer You Can Host Set (149433) Stamp Pads: Memento Tuxedo Black (132708); Rococo Rose (150080); Purple Posy (150084); Seaside Spray (150085); Mint Macaron (147106) Paper: Whisper White (100730), Purple Posy (150881) Misc: Big Shot Machine (143263), Stitched Nested Labels (149638), Blender Pens (102845), Clear Rhinestone Jewels (144220), Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)
Measurements: • Whisper White 5-1/2” x 8-1/2”, scored at 4-1/4” to form card base • Purple Posy 4” x 5-1/4” • Whisper White 2-3/4” x 4-1/4”
1. Fold the 5-1/2” x 8-1/2” Whisper White cardstock in half to create your base card. 2. Using the Rococo Ink, stamp the open flower randomly onto the Purple Posy mat. Adhere to the base card. 3. Stamp the floral image onto a scrap of Whisper White cardstock using Black Memento ink. Cut out using the appropriately sized Stitched Nested label. 4. Add the “thank you” onto the image banner using Rococo Ink. 5. Color in the image using a Blender Pen and the Rococo Rose, Purple Posy, Seaside Spray & Mint Macaron ink pads. 6. Tip: with the pad closed, squeeze the pad together to get ink on the inside lid and pull the color from there with your Blender Pen. To get a straight line on the border images, line up a piece of scrap cardstock to use as a mask. 7. Adhere the Stitched Label onto the base card using Stampin’ Dimensionals. 8. Lastly, if desired, add small Rhinestones into the center of the flowers.
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