So, yesterday we FINALLY got to share the New Stampin' Up! Holiday Catalog with everyone -
those of us who are demonstrators with SU! have been literally drooling over the selection of products available since our Convention in mid-July.
We've also been pretty much buying everything between the catalog covers, so we're eating a lot of Ramen these days. Just so we can play with all the new crafty toys and create ourselves silly.
Kind of like being in college again, which is appropriate since it's 'back-to-school' time for all of us. :)
I can hear the grocery store clerks now, "Here come those poor Stampin' Up! demonstrators again, carts full of Ramen Noodles. Must be new Catalog time...." Hehehe...
Now it's your turn. :)
Someone please tell me how you can resist this:
White and Gold and Vellum and clean simplicity -
This is the Wonderland stamp set and I honestly could. not. stop. creating with it.
Here. See for yourself how awesome these images are:
and the font for the words.
So. much. love.
Anyway, today I thought I'd share one of the several cards I created with this set. Actually, I made this card 3 ways, using different gold for the mat layer.
Here's two of them:
The card on the left uses the Gold Glimmer Paper for the mat. The one on the right uses the Gold Fancy Foil Designer Vellum.
Here's a close up of that one:
I created the third version using the Gold Foil Sheets, but I forgot to take a picture of it before I mailed it off for the card swap I was in. :(
Sorry 'bout that.
All the cards are the same design. I used Whisper White card stock for the base and stamped layers, Vellum card stock for the accent piece and the New Gold Cording and Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder from the Holiday Catalog. The shapes are cut with my Big Shot and the Lots of Labels Framelits.
We're gonna be making this card at my Christmas in September Stamp-a-Stack
on Sept. 28th here in the studio.
But I know a lot of you can't come to a class here, so I'm gonna offer a Class-to-Go option too.
There will be three different cards to choose from - you'll get supplies to make 10 total from the 3 designs. Details coming soon, so stay tuned!
In the meantime, here's a supply list of what I used to create today's cards:
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All you need to do to purchase from my supply list is click on any of the above thumbnail photos of the products. You'll go straight into my Online Store and be able to fill your cart and check out from there!
In the meantime, I need to run to the store.
We ran out of Ramen last night. ;)
|Stampin' Up! demos are going hungry today. Tragic.|
But at least they still have stamps, ink and their Big Shots.