Tuesday, 1 September 2015

The new Holiday catalogue from Stampin'Up is out TODAY



Good morning! It's a gorgeous morning here on the Central Coast and of course a perfect day to launch a brand new Holiday Catalogue!

To see it, just click the "Our Catalogues" button.  Its full of lovely shiny things to play with!

To order online, go to the Online Store.  Orders can be delivered straight to your door anywhere within Australia!  And when you place your order don't forget to use the Hostess Code CP9ZW94M as this will ensure that any order you place over $50 gets you a Thank You gift from me!

(To read more about how the Online Thank you Gift works, click HERE)

Today's card is one we created at the Launch I held on the weekend. The background is silver foil, and I embossed one of the Delicate Ornament dies into the foil. I was inspired by the clever Shannean Moncrieff who created a similar idea on last month's GV Achievers Blog Hop.  I did mine a little differently though. I used the cutting edge of the die towards the paper, but used a crease pad underneath so that it didn't cut through.  I added the red ornament made from our new Red Foil.  And of course the wonderful silver cording trim was used to create the strings and bows. I couldnt resist adding a little of the red stripey foil vellum too.

Im looking forward to sharing more of what you can create with our new catalogue products and I know you are going to love it!


PS... I still have spots available at tonight's Christmas Stamp-a-Stack if you would like to come along?  And yes, we'll be using new catalogue products..... Click HERE to RSVP.

5 comments:

Tracie St-Louis
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
said...

Did you sponge black ink on the silver foil to give the background effect?

Linda Higgins said...

He there Tracie... no the background is just silver foil. It was really hard to photograph, and the light reflecting on the foil makes it look black, but it isn't :-)

Tracie St-Louis
Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
said...

Wow! It is a beautiful card!

Elena Griego said...

I'm not sure what you mean by a crease pad. Love the card!

Linda Higgins said...

Hi Elena, A crease pad is like a rubber mat that you use instead of a cutting plate when running through the big shot. Here is a link to one: http://www3.stampinup.com/ECWeb/ProductDetails.aspx?productID=113476
Let me know if that link doesn't work..