Unbounded Beauty Suite Collection

Share love and support through all of life’s highs and lows with the Unbounded Beauty Suite Collection. Featuring our 2024–2026 In Colors, this suite has beautiful patterned paper for handcrafted cards. Add variety and layers with stamped soft floral images and die-cut frames, flowers, labels, and greenery. Tie everything together with the perfect sentiment for a variety of occasions including sympathy, babies, birthdays, thank you, and more!

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Unbounded Beauty Suite Collection (English)

Mediterranean Blooms Suite Collection

Take a stroll through a beautiful Mediterranean town with the Mediterranean Blooms Suite Collection! Tangy citruses, tilework designs, and charming sentiments are a great addition to any crafting collection. Die cut the fruit images to create sweet centerpieces on your cards and color them using your favorite watercoloring technique. Turn the lemon, orange, and tilework paper into beautiful card bases, backgrounds, paper boxes, and gift tags.

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Mediterranean Blooms Suite Collection (English)

The NEW 2024-25 Annual Catalog Is Live!

The New Stampin’ Up! annual catalog debuted on May 1st.  It’s always an exciting day when a new catalog begins.  The layout this year is a little different than previous catalogs.  Enjoy the following video, which explains the new layout and how to get the most out of your catalog.  If you don’t have a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator, and would like a catalog, please feel free to contact me.

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New Online Exclusives Debut Tomorrow!

 Tomorrow is an exciting day, as Stampin’ Up! will be debuting lots of new products!  There will be new stamp sets, new dies, new suites, new ribbons, new embellishments and much more!  See the two videos below for a sneak peek!  Remember to order early, as new releases tend to sell out quickly.  The Host Code for this month is VNF6WKS6.


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Masking Paper Technique

Step up your crafting skills and coloring techniques with Masking Paper.

This unique paper can be used to create stencils to help you build layered scenes. To create a stencil, stamp a design on the masking paper and cut it out with scissors, dies, or punches (create as many stencils as you need).

To create a mask, stamp a design on cardstock and once it’s dry, cover with the Masking Paper. Stamp whatever image you want around the Masking Paper without worrying about the images overlapping one another. Once your scene is complete, remove the Masking Paper to find crisp, clean designs.

You can also use the Masking Paper to protect your stamped images as you add color with Blending Brushes around the image. Or use the paper for color blocking to create spaces where you intentionally want color or don’t want color.

Discover new coloring techniques and possibilities with Masking Paper!

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