OMG! Oh. My. Gosh. There are some days when I am literally blown away by all the coolness that is Stampin' Up! There are some days when I don't think they can come out with anything better. There are some days when I'm ready to quit my full-time day job and do nothing but stamp all day long. Then the mortgage comes due and I remember that stamping doesn't pay the bills. . .
Oh, if only. . .
Because seriously, everytime a new catalog comes out, I want and I need! I wish I could do a class everyday and share with you the most awesomely cool, crafty things you can do and make. But, there's just never enough time in a day. So for now, here's a few extra videos of cool products that I hope you will WANT and NEED too!
One of the latest and greatest products from Stampin' Up! is the GIFT BOX PUNCH BOARD in the Holiday Catalog. You can make a bunch of different sized little boxes, and other 3-D projects too!
Sneak Peek at Many Merry Stars
I would like to thank the amazing Brian King for making me think twice about this new kit called "Many Merry Stars" (and also give him a big shout out for the great photo). Really, I would have overlooked it entirely if it weren't for my following his blog.
For just $25.95, this kit includes the materials to make 26 (TWENTY-SIX) stars in six sizes. Again, that pictures represents JUST 9 of the 26 STARS. The scored edges to these stars are lined with adhesive side-strips, so you just have to lay out all the pieces and assemble.
The centerpiece of this kit is a kraft-colored star with a 15″ diameter. This kit is worth every penny. As with all other items in the Holiday Supplement, the kit is being offered on a “while supplies last” basis. When Stampin’ Up! released the Keepsake Christmas Ornament kits last year, they sold out quickly.
You won’t want to miss out – so be ready to place your order on Monday, October 20.
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