At last it’s January 5th and the Stampin’ Up! January to April Mini Catalogue is live for customers. I’ve had lots of fun bringing you sneak peeks of just a few of the products, but I’m excited that you can finally order them for yourselves. Also starting today is the annual Sale-A-Bration promotion where you can earn exclusive free products with every qualifying order. So here I wanted to bring together all my sneak peek projects in one place, and finally include links to the wonderful new products I used.
During my sneak peek series I designed four card projects (with coordinating envelopes).
Then came the Playing In The Rain Stamp Set, coordinating Playing In The Rain Dies, and amazing Rain Or Shine Specialty Designer Series Paper. To cut out the sentiment I used one of the new Something Fancy Dies. The details for this card are in my blog post Playing with more new products.
Two days later I created this more masculine card with a textured background using the new Cane Weave 3D Embossing Folder. The sentiment came from the Greatest Journey Stamp Set (alhough I didn’t use the coordinating Greatest Journey Dies). This card was featured in my blog post Cane weave texture.
Yesterday I showed you my fourth and final card to show off some of the Day At The Farm Designer Series Paper (DSP). This is part of one of the 12″ x 12″ DSP packs you can get for free with a qualifying order during Sale-A-Bration (while stocks last). This paper also coordinates with the On The Farm Stamp Set and On The Farm Dies in the new Mini Catalogue. The details for this card are in my blog post IDEAS blog hop: Day at the farm.
Of course papercrafting isn’t just about cards so I also created four other projects.
In fact I started off my sneak peeks with a bookmark using one of the amazing images from the Beside Me Stamp Set. I’ve been hoping for a stamp set featuring male images and this set didn’t disappoint. For details of this project see my earlier blog post Sneak peek beside me.
Then came a notebook showcasing three of the twelve patterns in the Ready To Ride Specialty DSP pack. As well as the motoring inspired patterns the reverse of each sheet has stunning glossy black designs. You’ll find all the information for this project in my blog post Ready to ride another sneak peek.
Pretty boxes are always useful and for this project I couldn’t resist using the Petal Park Stamp Set and coordinating Petal Park Builder Punch. This project was explained in my blog post Petal Park for the new year.
Project number 7 was this pretty folded gift tag using the Dainty Delight Stamp Set and coordinating Dainty Delight Dies. This bundle is definitely going to be popular (and there’s coordinating paper available for free in the Sale-A-Bration Brochure while stocks last). You’ll find this sneak peek project in my blog post Dainty daisies and more.
STAMPIN’ UP! PRODUCT LIST
SAVE WITH BUNDLES – Where there are stamp sets and dies or punches that coordinate together make sure you check for a ‘bundle’ item number. This way you can get the coordinating products but save 10% off the cost of buying them separately.
Here are bundles used or coordinating with products showcased in my sneak peeks.