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Welcome back, Stampers! Today we’re on part 4 of a 6-part series featuring sneak peeks from the upcoming 2017 Occasions Catalog. Be sure to bookmark this blog (hit Ctrl+D on Windows or CMD+D on a mac). I’ll be posting sneak peeks twice a week leading up to the Occasions catalog launch on January 4th. Review part 1 here, part 2 here, and part 3 here. Today we’re looking at the Basket Bunch, Oh So Succulent and Special Reasons Bundles!
Basket Bunch Bundle
We are so excited about this Easter bundle! This product marks a first for Stampin’ Up as it’s the first Easter stamps with coordinating framelits! You will find them on page 18 in the 2017 Occasions catalog. Don’t have a catalog? Request your free copy below!
The Basket Bunch bundle is very versatile when you think outside the basket (oh ho! see what I did there?). Here’s a cute new baby card:
A basket of apples:
And a wreath made from the stem of the carrot:
Oh So Succulent Bundle
You’ve probably seen the succulents on the cover of the catalog. Here’s a sneak peek at the designer paper and the stamp set that coordinates with those framelits! You can see one of the patterns of designer paper in here:
And how cute is this simple birthday card?
Here’s another cute card made with the Oh So Succulents stamp set and the Vertical Garden stamp set. Wondering how the globby splatters on this card were made? Squeeze some Multipurpose Liquid Glue onto a clear block. Then dip an aqua painter into gold embossing powder. Mix that with the glue and flick it onto your cardstock. Hit it with the heat tool and BAM! Globby gold splatters.
Did you know that there’s a huge sale going on right now in my online store? Save up to 60% off retiring and holiday products before they’re gone! Also, today is the last day to order to guarantee your order arrives before Christmas! See what’s on sale!
Special Reasons Bundle
More flower dies? YES! And these ones are pretty cool because you can use both the positive die cut image, and the negative image!
Here’s a card made with the negative die cut image:
Here’s another cute card made with the coordinating stamps:
And a quick look at a must-have product, the Window Box Thinlits Die, which creates a cute hexagonal treat box! Want to see more of the Window Box Thinlits? Check back in on Tuesday to see a bunch of cute projects you can make with this die!
Until then, have a very Merry Christmas!