At last the Stampin’ Up! 2023/2024 Annual Catalogue is live and products are available for customers to buy. Over the past week I’ve brought you sneak peeks of just a few of the items I was able to buy in advance. Now, like you I’m able to choose from the entire catalogue. But with a limited budget it’s hard to know what to prioritise first. In the end I settled on some additional cardstock in some of my favourite new colours along with some ink pads and Stampin’ Blends. Then I added in a few stamp sets, a coordinating punch and some fun new dies. The rest will just have to wait for another payday.
Meanwhile I can still have fun playing with the products I showed you during my sneak peeks. Here’s a recap of the seven projects and the new products used.
I started off with my blog post Fresh sneak peeks and this card introducing the new Fresh As A Daisy 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper (DSP). Then I followed that with an piece from another new 12″ x 12″ DSP called Zoo Crew. Some of the critters on that paper coordinate with the Zany Zoo Dies which I’ll hopefully get at the end of the week. For more details see my blog post Children’s zoo time.
For my third sneak peek and my blog post Timeless arrangements I created another card. This time, instead of patterned paper the project focused on the Timeless Arrangements Dies. Then for the sentiment I turned to the coordinating Timeless Arrangements Stamp Set.
After that came this bookmark to showcase the new 2023-2025 InColors. The combination of Boho Blue, Copper Clay, Moody Mauve, Pebbled Path and Wild Wheat is a collection that I love. All the details are in my blog post New InColors for 2023-2025.
Next for Cheerful Daisies I created another card project, this time with a bright and cheerful daisy as the focal point.
For my penultimate project I chose from the Countryside Inn 12″ x 12″ DSP with patterns that suit any gender and any age. It’s another pack that I think will prove very popular. More about that in my blog post Countyside Inn blues.
Finally for my last project I created another card, this time with the main focus on the Cheerful Daisies Dies. Of course I couldn’t resist including some new and returning colours in the design. All the details for this are in my blog post Cheerful Daisies Dies.
For full project instructions and updated product lists see the individual blog posts using the links provided above. Alternatively you can browse and shop via my online store.