The New Catalogue is Live!

It’s a big week this week – the new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalogue went live and it has some amazing new products, but also some returning favourites.

If you haven’t seen the catalogue yet, then click the image below to check out the PDF version. If you could like a hard copy (and you live in Australia) let me know and I will get one to you.

But also – don’t forget about the January – June catalogue that is still live and available to shop from for another couple of months. To inspire you all, here is a card I made yesterday using the Oh Snap stamp set. I’ve coloured the croc using Stampin Blends and fussy cut him out. The background DSP is from the Dandy Garden DSP pack.

While I am waiting for my recent new catalogue order to arrive, I had a play using an old stamp set (that carried over into the new catalogue) – Free As A Bird and I have combined it with some brand new DSP called Beauty of the Earth. This paper pack is stunningly gorgeous – you’ll love it.

In case you are wondering, the white panel that the birds are sitting on is cut using the Hippo and Friends dies, but I used a partial cut technique to make it slightly larger than standard. This is where you place your cutting plates over only half the die, cut it, and then slide the die up and cut it again with your plate only over the other half. This is really easy to do with stitched dies as they line up easily.

If you have any questions about the new catalogue, get in touch. There are lots of mega promotions on this month so keep your eyes peeled for the updated promotions page.

Until next time, Happy Crafting!

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