It’s almost time for the Holiday Catalog! If you have purchased Stampin’ Up! products from me in the past 6 months, you should receive a catalog in the mail soon. If you don’t already have a demonstrator and you would like a catalog, email me with your address and I’ll get on in the mail for you. You can purchase products from this catalog starting September 1, 2017

As demonstrators, we get to see the new catalogs and buy the new products early. It’s another wonderful catalog! If you would like to get your hands on the new products now, join my team.  You can pay $99 for $125 of the new products plus some business supplies and free shipping. They’ll be on your doorstep before you know it. You’ll continue to save 20% or more on more Stampin’ Up! products, plus have access to an exclusive website with lots of ideas.  There’s nothing to lose and lots to gain. Find out more.

I have been hard at work preparing all my labels and case inserts for the new products.

Here are all the labels, etc. in one place. I’ll be adding them to their respective pages as well.

  • Email me to request an invitation to share my Current Products Evernote notebook

Case Inserts (Those listed in green are made to fit the wide stamp cases)

More organizational tools

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I took a box of supplies on our camping trip to the eastern Sierras. I could have made a dozen different cards with the supplies I brought. I think it’s fun to stamp on the go… unless it gets windy! I made this card for my friend Martha who has a birthday the day this posted.

Click here for the free detailed instructions.

Make your own Basic Tool Kit to go

I don’t have room to start stamping! This link shows how I’ve packed a card base and layers of every color of card stock, the tool kit, blocks, the Basic Tool Kit, a few stamp sets and 20 stamp pads into just two small boxes. It also has the cutting plan to get a card base, a large layer, and two small layers from a sheet of card stock.


When my husband returned to our campsite after fishing, he took this picture of my camp stamp studio. He thought it was funny to see the hatchet there close at hand. No cards were actually harmed by the hatchet. And yes, my little box is nice and organized, but as soon as I start working I have stuff all over the table.

 

I hope you didn’t lose your coupon you earned in July with the Bonus Days promotion…

 

It’s time to shop now!

 

You can use that coupon for anything, but you may want to choose Carols of Christmas. It will be in the 2017 holiday catalog, but you can order it now.

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I just love Evernote! It’s a free app for your phone or computer. I use it for a searchable catalog. This Techy Tip shows how to create a new note for your personal notebook or for our shared Retired Products notebook.

 

 

Bonus Days! For every $50 you spend in July (before shipping and tax), you’ll get a $5 Bonus Days coupon to use in August. No limits!

You can use that coupon for anything, but you may want to choose a new set that will be previewed in August called Carols of Christmas. It will be in the 2017 holiday catalog.

But wait! There’s more! There is a special on the Starter Kit for Stampin’ Up! demonstrators who join during the month of July. You will get the Carols of Christmas Stamp Set from the 2017 holiday catalog and a fabulous Essentials Gift Pack. Click here to learn more about this amazing offer!

 

 

This card is so quick and easy! The Happy Birthday Thinlit does all the work for you! I used the Foil Frenzy Specialty Designer Series Paper with just a peek of the Lemon Lime Twist card stock. I added a bit of interest with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder and then the gorgeous Basic Black ⅜” Shimmer Ribbon finished it off.

Click here for the free detailed instructions

I also shared a way of labeling Washi Tape. If you haven’t noticed, I love having the product name, item number, page number, and coordinating colors (or products) on everything. My little labels seemed to fall off the Washi Tape. I’ve been hanging my Washi Tape on a chain… some people use large library rings. Suddenly it occurred to me that I could add a label to the chain. Problem solved!

17-18 Washi Labels

 

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Don’t you love all the new products? Whether you are brand new to stamping, a long-time Stampin’ Up! customer, or another demonstrator, I have lots of free organizational tools for you.

  • Shopping Tips You’ll learn how to make the most of your money.
  • Frequent Shopper You’ll find out how to get free products from me.
  • Getting Organized You’ll find tons of labels, case inserts, stamp case slips, color charts, and lots more.
  • Evernote Share my Current Products notebook. It’s a free searchable catalog of every current Stampin’ Up! product.
  • Products by Bev You’ll find Taggers, a Paper Sampler, and bags for Designer Series Paper.
  • Save Money or Make Money You’ll find out how easy it is to save 20% or more on everything you buy.
  • Come Stamp with Me If you are anywhere near Ventura County, California, see my schedule of upcoming events.
  • Email me for a catalog.


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Here they are! Download the file, print them (I suggest printing them on Whisper White card stock), punch or cut them out, and add them to your new catalog. If you have shopped with me in the past 12 months, your catalog is on the way. You will want to find all those wonderful new products!

Here are the free tabs for you to print.

Time is running out for the retiring products!

Email me to find out how you can get a catalog.

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