Friday, September 2, 2011

Stampin' Up! Holiday Mini Catalog is LIVE!


Finally I'm feeling a little better.  Sorry I didn't post anything last few days.  I have experienced a painful toothache right after the Holiday Workshop at Carrie Blake Park last weekend.  I didn't know what was causing the pain but found out that I need to have a root canal done.  It sounds painful but I'm so glad this is happening now than one week earlier. For two days I could only have ice cubes in my mouth to relieve some pain.  When I went to see my dentist, I showed up with a container full of ice cubes in my hand.  Oh, let me tell you I was embarrassed.  I couldn't talk, eat, or sleep at all.  It was terrible.  Now the pain is under control and I'm slowly getting my MOJO back. 

Let's talk about the new Holiday Mini Catalog..  It's finally HERE.  I'm so excited about the fabulous new products in the Holiday Mini.  One of my favorite products is the Holiday Stocking die.  I have made several stockings and just LOVE it.  It's so easy to use and cuts perfectly.  I have only used some card stock and designer paper yet but can't wait to try fabric, foam materials, and etc...  The picture shown here is one of the projects from the Holiday Workshop at Carrie Blake.  The stocking is large enough to put a gift card inside.  The Snow Burst Embossing Folder is a must-have item too!

If you would like to see the Holiday Mini Catalog, please click on the online links below to open the mini catalog or obtain supply lists.
Supply List for the Stockings
Stamps - Dear Santa
Paper - Cherry Cobbler, Night of Navy, Garden Green, Very Vanilla card stock, Frostwood Lodge DSP
Ink - Chocolate Chip Classic ink
Punches - Extra Large Tag, 1 1/4" Square (or 1 3/8")
Tools and Accessories - 1/4" Early Espresso Grosgrain Ribbon, Crop-A-Dile, Cherry Cobbler Marker, Garden Green Marker, Winter Wishes Stitched Felt (optional), Tombow Liquid Glue, Sticky Strip or 1/8" Scor-Tape (non-SU)
Big Shot - Holiday Stocking die, Snow Burst Embossing Folder, Stripes Embossing Folder, Northern Flurry Embossing Folder

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