As we rapidly approach the Holidays, I’m trying to use as many of the items I ordered from the Holiday catalog as quickly as I can so you can see a variety of products.

There are so many great Halloween products, but I generally don’t send Halloween cards. However, I knew I needed this “wicked” die cut for future scrapbooking purposes.My colorful background was made using the new Pigment Sprinkles. The new Sprinkles come in our Stampin Up colors. I used a mix of the Granny Apple Green and Gorgeous Grape here. If you haven’t tried the Sprinkles yet, you really should. This is a product that gives a lot of “wow” factor for very minimal effort. Just add a dash of Sprinkles to your paper and spritz with water. Then you end up with this amazing mix of colors!

This is a perfect example of how the items in the Annual Catalog compliment the items in the Holiday Catalog very nicely. The two colors of the Pigment Sprinkles that I used are perfect Halloween colors. If you don’t send Halloween cards, you could easily adapt this card to a Halloween project or treat holder. Do you give out Halloween cards? Or are you all about the treats?  

Current Specials

Once a year, Stampin Up spoils us with their Pattern Paper Sale and that Sale is going on now!

To give you more of what you love this holiday season, we are offering back-to-back coordinating kits, one with Christmas cards and the other with Christmas tags. Both kits make it easy for you to add a handmade, personal touch to your holiday gift-giving—without a lot of fuss. It’s Christmas made easy with Paper Pumpkin! October’s kit makes 10 cards and envelopes. Coordinating colors: Early Espresso, Pool Party, Poppy Parade, and Shaded Spruce. November’s kit makes 24 holiday-themed gift tags of 4 various sizes and designs. Coordinating colors: Early Espresso, Pool Party, Poppy Parade, and Shaded Spruce. You can sign up for October’s kit starting now. If you already have an ongoing subscription, this will ship automatically.


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