Mini Catalog Sneak Peek

Last weekend I attended a Stampin’ Up!® event called OnStage in Hartford CT.  It is a one day mini convention held in various places through the world.  I love attending these events.  My favorite part is seeing all my Demos friends from all over the USA.  Of course, Buffy was there who is my favorite faraway Demo.  I was also so happy that two of my Downline came with me too.  It was Karin’s first OnStage event and Karen’s second.  We all had a great time.

One of the other things I love about these events is we get a copy of the next scheduled Stampin’ Up!® Catalog.  In this case we got a copy of the January – June 2020 Mini Catalog (formerly known as the Occasions Catalog) and a copy of the 2020 Sale-a-bration Catalog.  Plus we get free products and can order some of the other products early.

This card uses a new stamp set called Timeless Tulips.  There is a matching punch called Tulip Builder and I got both of these products for free while attending OnStage,  The card I made was a Make ‘n Take at the event but I didn’t make it there.  I brought it home with me and of course, I had to change it up just a bit.   Timeless Tulips is a DisINKtive stamp set so it shows more depth than a regular stamp set.  The colors I used are Rococo Rose and Pear Pizzazz.  I added a piece of Nature’s Twine in Crumb Cake.

If you are interested in attending one of these awesome events you will need to join Stampin’ Up!® .  You can click on the Join Now button to the right of this post or you can email me for more information.

4 thoughts on “Mini Catalog Sneak Peek

  1. Such pretty tulips! I love how you kept the palette minimal to let them ‘shine’. Best news was that you got to spend time with your stamping friends, including Buffy! 🙂


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