Stampin Up has recently released their brand new Holiday Catalog. This supplement adds Fall, Winter, Christmas and New Years items to the current Stampin’ Up lineup and will only be available to order for a limited time.
This new mini catalog has wood mounted, clear mount (rubber on cling) and clear photopolymer stamps as well as pattern Designer Series Papers and embellishments. With themes like Fall sentiments, leaves and feathers, great for Thanksgiving cards and table décor’; spooky and fun monsters witches and ghosts for Halloween treat bags, cards and scrapbook pages and stamps that are made for gift tags, advent calendars, packaging and greeting cards for Christmas. You’ll find coordinating die cuts, washi tapes, sequins, ribbons, trim and wooden shaped embellishments that work perfectly with the stamps and papers.
Today I’ll be sharing with you some cards I made using some of the new Christmas and Winter Stampin’ Up products. If you missed the first part of my review click here to check it out. My second review is here.
For my first card, shown above, I used the fun Holiday Home set. This is such a very versatile stamp set, it comes with three different houses and loads of accents for making cute scenes for Fall, Winter, Halloween and Christmas or leave them plain for moving or “congrats on your new home” cards. I made a shaker card with one of the houses, adding a string of lights, lamp posts on either side and Santa and his reindeer flying over head, adding the Frosted Sequins trapped behind acetate and paper from the Trim the Tree Designer Series paper pack. The die cut label with text is cut using one of dies from the Circle Card Thinlits Die set, available in the regular catalog.
For my next card I made a sweet winter woodland scene with the White Christmas stamp set. I used a pale blue marker for the sky background and added a few of the snowflake shaped sequins from the Frosted Sequins. I adore this little bear, color him brown or leave him white like I did for a polar bear.
Lastly I used the beautiful large stamp from the Nature’s Peace set. I heat embossed the image with white embossing powder onto a pale tan cardstock and applied chalks over certain areas of the embossing to add a soft touch of color. The striped background paper is from Trim the Tree Designer Series paper pack.
I hope you enjoyed taking a peek at the new Stampin’ Up Holiday catalog with me, click here to check it out online. These products are available now to order from your Stampin’ Up demonstrator (click here if you don’t already have a one).