April 14, 2017

Display Stamper Blog Hop - Day TWO!


Good morning, friends!  Thanks for joining us for day two of our Display Stamper Blog Hop - we are sharing some of the fabulous new products to be found in the upcoming Stampin' Up! 2017-2018 Annual Catalogue.  

As I mentioned yesterday, my samples will be focusing heavily on the Wood Texture DSP Stack - and what's wood without tools?!  


I cut a selection of the paper designs into strips, then laid them out like a hardwood floor - isn't it a cute effect?!  I thought it would pair perfectly with the Nailed It bundle from Occasions 2017 - unfortunately, this bundle is retiring and the framelits are now sold out!  And check out that new ribbon - this Classic Weave Ribbon is so soft and smooth, and it ties the most beautiful bows.  It comes in a few colours; shown here is Crumb Cake.  

Let's stop over and see Tanya Boser now; don't forget to hop with us again tomorrow!  


A note about my product list below: as the brand new items are currently unreleased, I'm unable to link to them in my online store.  I recommend jotting down the names of your favourite items so you can check back when the 2017-2018 Stampin' Up! Catalogue goes live on June 1st!  Others - like the "Nailed It" stamps and Delightful Dijon cardstock - are retiring and only available while supplies last.  Hurry!  You don't want to miss out!  

Cheers,
Shannon
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5 comments:

  1. The new paper with wood optics is so great! Great men's card!

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  2. I adore your hardwood floor planks! What a great look mixing up the papers like that. SO sad the tools are leaving us!

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  3. Love! Your wooden background reminds me of the pallet wall that I'm dying to have!

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  4. Absolutely love your hardwood floor!

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