September Specials

From now until 9/21, Stampin Up is offering some incredible deals each week. The Special Deals will change every week on Thursday 12:01 AM MT. Here are this week’s Specials, which are on sale until Wednesday night, midnight.


Item #

Product Name

Retail Price

Discounted Price


Metallic Enamel Shapes




Subtles Enamel Shapes




Brights Enamel Shapes




Regals Enamel Shapes




Blossom Builder Punch




Festive Textured Impressions Embossing Folder




Tip Top Taupe 5/8″ Mini Striped Ribbon



I’m so excited that the Enamel Shapes are on sale this week. You can bet these will be going on my order for sure. Don’t forget if you are placing an online order of less than $150 to use the Host Code in the right column. If you’re order is over $150, don’t use the Host Code. Instead, it will prompt you to redeem  your own Host Benefits.

I will admit that I was restrained in my Holiday Catalog pre-order. I only ordered five stamp sets and just a couple coordinating accessories. Don’t worry, I have quite a number of items still on my wish list, some of which I’ll be ordering very soon and sharing with you here.

Today’s project uses the stamp set Holly Berry Happiness and the coordinating punch Holly Berry Building Punch. I do love when we have coordinating stamp sets and punches or dies. It makes the work so much easier, specially when you have a lot of things you want to cut out. I knew when I saw this stamp set in the Holiday Catalog that this would look pretty great with a bunch of the holly leaves stamped and punched out. In fact, the more the better.


I used three different greens to give it some added dimension: Garden Green, Emerald Envy, and Cucumber Crush. And I used both sizes of leaves to mix it up. I started by tracing a circle outline on my card stock to give me a frame of reference for where to place the leaves. Each leaf is adhered using a glue dot.16-9-6

The die cut Joy comes from the Wonderful Wreath Framelits and I used Dimensionals to adhere it. Originally I was looking for something smaller to fit inside the center of the wreath, but I like the oversize look of the “Joy”. Here’s hoping your Holiday Season is filled with lots of Joy!

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