Here’s What’s New at Stampin’ Up!

I have a greater respect and admiration for those who have blogs and are able to post something EVERY day.  I feel I must apologize (again) for my absence …

While I have been away, Stampin’  Up! has been very busy with new promotions, the release of a new photopolymer stamp set and a “Best of” set for July, a limited time offer to update your Stampin’ Write Markers collection one color at a time and a new online class “What to Washi”.

Buy 3, Get 1 Free – Designer Series Paper Offer!Buy 3 1 Free DSPPromotion Dates: July 1-31, 2013

A splash of pattern can give your paper crafting projects instant pop!  Now through July 31, buy three packs of select Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper and get one for FREE!  Stock up!  Buy SIX and get two free!  There is no maximum limit!

Choose any Designer Series Paper on pages 151, 153 and 154 of the 2013-2014 Stampin’  Up! Annual Catalog with the following exceptions, which are not included:

    • Designer Series Paper Stacks
    • Specialty Designer Series Paper
    • Designer Series Paper ordered using hostess rewards

New Photopolymer Stamp Set:  SETTING SAIL!

Set Sail

Life’s better at the beach.  Or on the sea.  But wherever you are, you’ll find  lots of reasons to use the images in this set—for vacation  memory-keeping, nautical parties, summer fun.  Stampin’  Up! recommends clear blocks  sizes A, C, & H (not included in the set) with this exclusive  photopolymer stamp set.  Photopolymer stamps offer a versatile all-clear stamping option.  You can see all of the photopolymer stamp sets here.

New “Best of” July Stamp Set – Best of Shelli! 

 July Best of

Released for purchase on July 1!  Shelli Gardner, CEO and Co-founder of Stampin’ Up!, selected some of her favorite stamp images over the last 25 years and compiled them into the July “Best of” Collection.  Oh, I think this one is a must have for me!

New Color Kit Individual Markers for Sale–For a Limited Time!

Stampin Write Markers

In the 2013-2014 annual catalog, Stampin’ Up! offers the Stampin’ Write Marker  New Color Kit (item 130034, page 163) to help you update your Stampin’ Write Markers Collection.

For a limited  time, from June 26 until October 31, you can buy any of the new colors as a pack or individually!  Go ahead, fill in the missing pieces in  your collection or buy the whole Stampin’ Write Marker New Color Kit!

 Single markers

 What to Washi – online class!

What to Washi

Stampin’ Up!’s latest online class–What to Washi–(item # 134742 / $14.95) is now available.  This class includes all the Washi wisdom you need to make the most of one of the hottest crafting trends out  there.

Originating in Japan, Washi Tape has taken the crafting world by  storm, offering an incredibly quick, easy way to add a fresh, colorful  look to any project.  The What to Washi class explores a myriad of Washi options  and provides much more than the basics for you to begin your own Washi  adventures.

Divided into seven PDF documents, this class includes  written instructions, step-out photos, instructional videos, and supply  lists for more than 30 projects.

The following topics are covered in the class:

    • The Washi Basics
    • Washi-The Next Step
    • Above and Beyond
    • Sharing Washi with Others
    • Memory Keeping
    • Storage
    • Only the Beginning. . .

But wait!  Save 40% when you purchase the Washi Bundle  (item # 134743 / $36.95)!

You’ll receive the following:

Each Washi Tape package contains three coordinating rolls of Stampin’ Up!’s exclusive Washi Tape for a total of 12 rolls.  And when you order  the What to Washi Bundle, you’ll be the first to receive our Season of  Style and Witches Brew Washi Tape packages from the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog.  (They aren’t available to  purchase individually until August 1!)

Whew!  That’s a lot to digest — and truth be told there’s more to be shared.  But that’s for another day.

Until next time, stamp on my friends,
Linda

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