Saturday, 1 September 2012

It's here, the Autumn/Winter catalogue

Wow, 1st September already, kids are nearly back at school here in Norfolk and we now have the release of the Stampin' Up! Autumn/Winter catalogue. As a demo, we get to preorder so I have been busy making things, and here are some of them.

First up is a triangle fold card.


Festival of prints designer paper stack - 126904 - £6.25
Sizzix bigz die Snow Flurry - 127813 - £18.95
Craft stamping' pad -  Whisper White 101731 £7.25
(cardstock and ribbon)

How to:

I used a piece of cardstock trimmed down to 3.5" x  10.5"
Using the Stampin' Up Scoring board, I have scored down at 3.5" and 7"
Then using the SU diagonal plate, scored (in the same direction) on the left side and right side (hopefully you can see in the picture below)

Then, fold the left side in and fold the 'triangle' down.  Fold the right side in and fold the 'triangle' up. 

To create the front, I have die cut the snow flurry and using the kraft Stampin' pad used it as a stencil and inked onto some soft suede cardstock (cut to 8.5 x 8.5CM).

Once stamped, I have trimmed it in half on the diagonal.  Before sticking the left side down, I have stuck some ribbon down and then put the triangle on top.

The snowflakes that I have die cut, I have added on the inside triangles.  For the inside I have used a piece of DSP from the stack and added matted that with some kraft cardstock.

Next - feeling spooky

For these I have used:
Googly Ghouls (clear) stamps 128063 £11.95   /   Ghoulish googlies designer kit - 126914 £7.25

To make the owl on a branch, I also used the owl (118074) and bird (117191) builder punches.

Finally, for the cards, a little bit of a ghoul affair :)

The ghoulish googlies design kit comes with treat bags, tags and baker's twine.  Just add the stamps and away you go, little treat bags ideal for a Halloween party or even party bags for a party with a ghostly feel!

And if you want to keep up to date with happenings for 2013, Stampin' Up! have a delightful 2013 desk calendar.  Great for a Christmas stocking present, or why not just treat yourself :)

If you see something you like, you can place an order via my order page, or simply send me an email. Of course, if you want to take it further and be able to get Stampin' Up! products at demo rates, head over to my The Rosettes page for more info.  Both the main and autumn/winter catalogues are available to view  here on my blog.

Club7 - limited spaces available. I have spaces available with the first order being placed at the end of September (orders and payment are required by the end of each month).  7 members make up the Club.  This C7 will run from September to March 2013.  Each month, a commitment to spend a minimum of £21.43 is required (plus p&p*).  My clubs are a great way to spread the cost of your wish list :)

For one of the months during the Club you will be the hostess, this means where you get to spend hostess pounds on items of your choosing.  Hostess pounds are based on the value of the month order.  As a minimum you will receive £25 of hostess pounds to spend on hostess only products as well as/or other items in any of the current catalogues.

Your first order has an initial p&p cost of £5 which covers the cost of your order being posted to you.  Any balance is transferred over to the next month, postage is charged at cost rate.  Any shortfall is added to your next month's order.

Payment is required with order as I have to send the payment for the order when it is placed. Payment can be made via Paypal gift or bank transfer. Cheques are accepted but orders & payment are required by the 16th of the month.

Orders are shipped direct from Germany to me and I will then despatch to you.  I cover the initial UPS cost of delivery of £4.95 for the order to be delivered to me.

Any questions?  Just ask me :) 

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