Stampin’ Up! has some awesome Designer Series Paper. In case you don’t know what that means, Designer Series Paper (or DSP) comes in 12″ x 12″ sheets or 6″ x 6″ sheets depending on the packets. It is a lighter weight, double sided paper with a different pattern on each side. If you look in the Annual Catalog you can see all the different DSP they offer.
The thing is, it is sometimes hard to see the different patterns from looking at the pictures in the catalogs so Stampin’ Up! made a video showing you each one.
Now, I just have to make myself use this paper. It is beautiful so hard to cut into that first piece!
Have you tried the new Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folders that are in the Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog? If you, you really must! These folders are amazing. The emboss the cardstock making a much deeper impression that a normal Embossing Folder. They are thicker than a regular Embossing Folder too so there is a different method to running them through your Big Shot. Watch this video** to see how to get the best impressions using these awesome folders. **Note: Normally I post the video on my website but the links are incorrect so you will need to watch it by clicking on “this video” above.
There are five different Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folders.
Layered Leaves (#143704)
Pinewood Planks (#143708)
Cable Knit (#143537)
If you haven’t tried these folders yet, you really should! Just click on one of the links below. Don’t forget to watch the video!
Shannon is an employee of Stampin’ Up!. She does a lot of videos for them as well as presentations at the various OnStage events. She is also the one who started the #I’mbringingbirthdaysback craze last year. She has sent out a couple thousand birthday cards to various people all over the world. I even got one!
Below is a video that Shannon made showing how you can take a stamp set from the catalog that might not catch your eye because of the colors. This is a perfect video for those of you that like softer colors or more mature cards than they sometimes show in the catalog. It is just a matter of seeing thing through your own eyes and not mine or Stampin’ Up!
So you thought you wouldn’t like Balloon Adventures because you are not into bright colors. Try it is softer colors like Shannon. It might totally change your mind about that set or any other.
Remember, Sale-a-bration has only two weeks left. Don’t miss out on FREE merchandise or the chance to join my Stampin Up! family and get a $125 worth of product for $99 PLUS your choice of TWO FREE STAMP SETS (an added value of up to $104)!!
Sweet Home is a stamp set that is in the 2016 Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog. It has a set of matching Thinlits that are even cuter (if that is possible). It makes these adorable little houses that you could put a gift inside. You can decorate it for Halloween and put candy inside or Christmas. It doesn’t have to be used just for holidays. It can be used year round.
Here is a video with the amazing Bonnie showing you this set.
Here are some videos from Stampin’ Up! showing a couple of awesome products from the 2106 Occasions Catalog that we haven’t seen before on my blog. The first one is about the Bear Hugs Bundle. This set is so adorable!
The next video shows the stamp set called Picture Perfect. It is a Triple Layering stamp set where you use 3 different stamps over each other to create a very realistic picture.
I hope you enjoyed these videos.
Don’t forget it is Sale-a-bration time! Earn FREE merchandise with a qualifying purchase! Get an extra $25 in Hostess Benefits with a $250 workshop (or order)! Join my Stampin Up! family and get a $155 worth of product for $99!
Stampin’ Up! offers a new adhesive called Fast Fuse. It is a very strong adhesive and works really well at holding things together, especially those adorable 3D projects. The problem with Fast Fuse is there is a trick to it and if you don’t know the trick, you might end up disliking the product. Once I learned how to use the Fast Fuse, I now use it for all my 3D projects or anything else that needs a stronger adhesive then Snail.
Stampin’ Up! has made this awesome video showing how to use Fast Fuse and what to do if you lose the line of adhesive inside the applicator. Once you see how easy it is, I am sure you will love it too. You have to buy the tape runner first (#129026) and then you can just buy refills (129027).