My 2018 OnStage Make n’ Takes
Hi Rubber Stampers!! I just wanted to pop on real quick and show you the beautiful 2018 OnStage Make n’ Takes I did last Saturday. I had so much fun with my Stampin’ Up! friends. I am super excited about all the new stuff in the 2018-2019 Annual catalog. I will share more with you in the coming weeks. Here are the Make n’ Takes I made. The top samples were designed by Stampin’ Up! The samples below are my versions of each card. Some I left very close to the sample and some I used artistic license and adapted it to my tastes.
Stampin’ Up! Suites
As a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator who attended an event I have the opportunity to pre-order items from the upcoming 2018-2019 Annual catalog. There are 4 suites, 4 bundles and an early release suite with 3 bundle options that are pre-order options. I love Stampin’ Up! Suites. A suite is a group of products that all coordinate so you don’t have to search for the perfect products to coordinate. Stampin’ Up! has done all the heavy lifting for you. The stamp sets, dies or punches, DSP, colors, embellishments and ribbons and other items are all perfectly coordinated. I will be holding classes featuring the new suites and bundles. Check out my calendar here.
Here is a sneak peak of the 2018-2019 Annual catalog. When the catalog goes live on June 1, 2018 I will provide a link to the catalog PDF. The catalog has something for everyone. It’s so much more than a catalog. The Annual catalog, also known as an Idea Book, contains 100’s of samples for you to copy or change or adapt to suit your creative needs. It’s a fantastic resource!!
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Please join me every week as I share projects using Stampin’ UP! products.
We will have so much fun!
I would be honored to be your personal Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator!!
My mission is to teach you how to find your inner artist so you can create beautiful works of art to give to family and friends. I have a simple “recipe” that will make creating cards Easy As PIE.
This is all you need to do: