There are a few products backordered from the Holiday Catalog. Unfortunately, these products have exceeded Stampin’ Up!’s expectations and supplies. Therefore, there are a large number of backorders. Because backorders will take weeks to fulfill, Stampin’ Up! has made the decision to shut these items off effective immediately. The orders that are currently backordered will be fulfilled when the new supply arrives.
Consequently, the products cannot be sent from the manufacturer in time for the holidays, so these item numbers will not be reactivated.
147816: Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper
147890: Festive Farmhouse Elements
147811: Santa’s Workshop Enamel Elements
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. In order to provide you with another holiday option, Stampin’ Up! has an idea. They will bring back the Dashing Along DSP (item 149903). This holiday paper is from our promotion last month. It’s beautiful and a traditional Christmas paper that has a festive feel. Coordinating colors are Cherry Cobbler, Garden Green, and Whisper White.
Although, there is no fulfillment date for the current back order of products. So, all backorders for Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper, Festive Farmhouse Elements, and Santa’s Workshop Enamel Elements will be filled as soon as they arrive. You can still order any of the other products from the Holiday catalog.
Be sure tovisit my storeand get any other Holiday Catalog products you want.
Snowflake day is finally upon us. Not that we need a day to celebrate snowflakes, but they always make me feel warm inside. Maybe it’s the hot chocolate I drink during those cold winter months.
So starting today, you can get your hands on all the snowflake products during the “Catch a Snowflake” promotion. This new promotion from Stampin’ Up! will allow you to create some wonderful projects. Starting today, you have the chance to purchase products from this very special “Catch a Snowflake” promotion. It’s a limited time promotion and is only while supplies last, or until November 30th. Which ever comes first. I also included the samples below again for you to see the wonderful cards Stampin’ Up! created for us with these products.
Are you ready for Snowflake Day?
Below are the images and I hope you are as excited as I am. There are a variety of products to play with and use for your amazing creations. Get an idea of what you can do from the samples below and then order your products and see what you can do yourself. What’s great about the set is that Stampin’ Up! included elements that can be used not just during the holidays.
Challenging Frights & Delights is my theme for today. Even though the Paper Pumpkin kits come with instructions and pictures, it’s still fun to take to it another level. Do something different with the products that they give you. Maybe you can even add a few other products. I challenged myself to create something out of the box besides what they designed for us. So in honor of today – Halloween, I wanted to create something different. I’m happy how it turned out.
For this card, all the elements except the card base (Basic Black, Gorgeous Grape and Whisper White cardstock) are from the September Paper Pumpkin “Frights & Delights” project kit box. I Challenged myself to use the extra elements in the kit to create a Halloween card. I would love to see what you can do with some additional products and the September Paper Pumpkin kit. How can you start challenging Frights and Delights with your monthly kit?
I loved that little orange pumpkin the moment I saw it so my mind went to work immediately. There are other words you can use besides the eeeek. Halloween cards are always so fun to make because you can really go crazy. I thought about changing the colors of the bats but preferred them all black.
If you are not a Paper Pumpkin subscriber and want to start, you can sign up here and get your first monthly kit by November 20th. But you have to sign up by November 10th. If you sign up after November 10th then December will be your first kit. November will be the last Christmas themed project kit for the year.
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