Blessings of Home Sneak Peek

A sneak peek at the one of the new sets available in January

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend a virtual event called OnStage for Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. It was full of some really fun demonstrations, insights on what’s to come, motivational keynotes and….80s music on the breaks (my kids may have caught me rocking out to Toto -haha).

One of the more exciting parts of these gatherings is certainly the glimpses of what’s to come in the new catalog – oh boy, I don’t really think it will disappoint anyone.

As I sit here (im)patiently waiting for my physical copy to arrive, I thought I’d share a look at one of the stamp sets we got to play with. It’s called Blessings of Home and it is just really pretty. The details on the flowers make it a perfect set to either leave as is or have fun with some coloring. The above projects were made during our Stamp and Share time – but some other demonstrators have posted alternatives that are just stunning. This set can go in a lot of directions.

If you’d like a copy of the catalog when they are available, contact me and I’ll get one into your hands.

And if you’d like the ability to get in on this fun sneak peek action, consider joining.

Also – now through the end of November is a great time to join Stampin’ Up! For $75 dollar you can get $125 of product. If you’ve been thinking about possibly becoming a demonstrator (whether for business reasons or to get that great discount as a ‘hobby’ demonstrator), now is the time to do so. Contact me for more information – or if you’re ready to go, click here to get started.

Happy crafting! (Back to craft fair prep – wish me luck not eating all the chocolate laying around)

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