Tuesday, 1 July 2014

New catalogue and an In Color share

Today is the day our lovely new catalogue goes live and I'm VERY excited!

I love this new catalogue because it makes things so much simpler for new stampers. Remember the day you first saw a Stampin' Up!® catalogue? You were probably a little overwhelmed by all the choices.  Now the brand new design shows you just what you need to make selected projects, cross referencing to products so that you can see the possibilities. 

With the launch of the new catalogue, I will also launching several product shares, as I know these are always popular. 

Today I’m starting with an In Color share, because I know how keen some of you are to get your hands on these fabulous new colours. 

Whether you love the new In Colors or still aren’t sure, this share is for you. For the In Color converts, it’s a great way to get your hands on some fab products to adorn your projects immediately. 

Not sure about the range just yet? Think of this share as a “taster pack”. For a small outlay, you can take a look at the colours and decide if they’re going to become regulars at your craft table. 

In Color share

There are eight slots in this share and you will receive:

  • 1m of each In Color ribbon (5 in total)
  • 10 clothes pegs, 2 of each colour, one patterned, one plain

The cost of this share is: £7.15 (please add £1 for postage if necessary)

Cardstock add-on
Want some cardstock? Why not add a sheet of each In Color A4 cardstock?

In the Cardstock add-on share, you will receive:
  • 1m of each In Color ribbon (5 in total)
  • 10 clothes pegs, 2 of each colour, one patterned, one plain
  • 1 sheet of A4 cardstock in each In Color (5 in total)
The cost with cardstock is: £8.75 (please add £1 for postage if necessary)

You may order now via Paypal or by emailing me for other payment options. 

Order here

Please choose your share


  1. like this idea think I'll try it Saturday .TFS Sue

  2. amazing catalogue couldn't believe how many pages it has x


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