Welcome to the Maui Achievers October 2020 Blog Hop!
Welcome to our monthly Maui Achievers Blog Hop. We’re a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who have achieved the Stampin’ Up! bonus of the Maui incentive trip. We celebrate this achievement by organizing a monthly hop which helps us continue to inspire you creatively.
You may be starting here or have come from someone else’s blog – either way there’s a list at the end of this post to help you move around all the different blogs and get many amazing ideas. We all have our country listed – so if you’re looking for a demonstrator these are top demonstrators in their country and would love to help you with your Stampin’ Up! shopping or if you’d like to join our Stampin’ Up! teams. Visit all of the blogs and leave a comment.
Maui Achievers October 2020 Blog Hop Projects
I love many things about Stampin’ Up! products. I love the color coordination. The card stock matches the ink matches the markers matches the ribbon matches the ribbon. You get the idea! But I also appreciate the product versatility. The stamps, ink, paper, and accessories lend themselves to a variety of projects, in addition to greeting cards and memory keeping. I enjoy creating home decor with my Stampin’ Up! goodies.
Today, I’m sharing two holiday themed framed projects — one a bit more traditional and the other whimsical. Which is your favorite?
The “Joy” frame uses the the Red Velvet 12 x 12 paper from Stampin’ Up!’s August-December Mini Catalog, as well as the Playful Alphabets Dies and the Dainty Diamonds 3D Embossing Folder from the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog.
The “Let It Snow” frame features the Snowman Season stamp set and the coordinating Snowman Builder Punch (from the Annual Catalog) as well as the Balmy Blue Glimmer Paper embossed with the Winter Snow Embossing Folder (Mini Catalog).
See the list of products at the end of this post. Please let me know if you have questions about today’s projects. If you’re not currently working with a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, I’d love to help you with your papercrafting supplies and projects.
Thanks for hopping with us today. Look for us next month!
List of Blog Hoppers
Supplies for Joy Frame
Supplies for Let It Snow Frame
Welcome to my first Christmas in July post featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Snowman Season stamp set!
Did you know Stampin’ Up! offers a great selection of holiday, Christmas, and winter-themed stamp sets in the Annual Catalog? That means you can start your holiday card making now while you have some time on your hands.
Each Thursday during July, I’ll feature a different stamp set from the catalog for Christmas in July. (Stay tuned for the last Thursday of the month; I’ll share a card created with products from Stampin’ Up!’s August-December Mini Catalog. Ordering from this holiday catalog begins August 4.)
Christmas in July: Snowman Season
This is a super fun set carried over from last year’s Holiday Catalog. The Snowman Season stamp set and coordinating Snowman Builder Punch make a perfect pair.
Here are a few details of how this card came together:
- Thick Whisper White card stock
- Stamped Snowflakes with Misty Moonlight (stamped off several times)
- Designer Series Paper from Flowers for Every Season
- Silver Foil as an accent
- Silver Metallic-Edged Ribbon
- In Color Enamel Dots
- Snowman colored with Stampin’ Blends
Stampin’ Up!’s Bonus Days are Back
Now through the end of July, receive a $5 bonus coupon when you spend $50 before tax and shipping. Redeem the code in August. Collect and redeem as many codes as you want. When August 4 rolls around, you’ll be able to use your coupons on new products from Stampin’ Up!’s August-December Mini Catalog. (I’ll have copies of that for you in the next few weeks.)
Remember, these codes are sent via email, so be sure you have a correct email address on file with me or Stampin’ Up! Also, when you receive the email, print it and/or save it in a special file on your computer. You’ll want to find these gems to use them for free product in August.
Thanks for stopping by today! I’d love to answer questions you have about creating handmade cards with rubber stamps, ink, and paper!
Products Used to Create this Card
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