A Holiday Product Spotlight! Let’s take an in-depth look at the “So Many Stars” Bundle from the upcoming Stampin’ Up! 2019 Holiday Catalog! The holiday catalog begins September 4.
BUNDLE & SAVE 10%! Purchase the So Many Stars Photopolymer Stamp Set and the coordinating Stitched Stars Dies together as a bundle and SAVE 10%! Item #153016 – $57.50. See all the current Stampin’ Up! 10% off bundles in my online store here.
This sample from the holiday catalog uses the So Many Stars Stamp Set & Stitched Stars Dies, as well as a Gold Foil Sheet, one of my add-on recommendations for this bundle!
The sky is the limit with so many stars to choose from. Create galaxies of paper crafting projects that dazzle like the cosmos. This is a Two-Step Stampin’ set. It allows you to layer two or more images to create one final image with extra texture and dimension in the colors you want. There are 21 photopolymer stamps. I adore the fonts used in the sentiments. Item #150496 – $26.00
Glimmer Paper and Gold Foil (page 169 of the Annual Catalog) pair perfectly as stars, accents, and more! They are also items from my add-on recommendations listed below.
Stitched Stars Dies? YES, PLEASE! Create a variety of custom die-cut stars with faux stitching and more using the Stitched Stars Dies. Item #150653 $38.00
How gorgeous is this 3rd sample, created by Stampin’ Up!, and plucked from page 10 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog? It incorporates a new product called Mercury Glass Designer Acetate! Its glasslike goodness makes it a perfect pairing with the So Many Stars Bundle! This card could become a birthday with a simple sentiment change!
Mercury Glass Designer Acetate features a faux mercury glass finish on acetate sheets.
Item #150441 – $11.50
2 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Holiday Spotlight: So Many Stars!”
How did you get the paper on the first sample card? So Pretty!
Hi, Marilyn — I wish I could take credit for this design, but it’s a sample provided by Stampin’ Up! Isn’t it lovely? The background is made with Stampin’ Blends in these colors: Balmy Blue Dark, Highland Heather Light and Dark, and
Night of Navy Light and Dark. The colors are swirled and blended to make the background. That’s all I know, but I’m going to try to re-create it myself! I’d love to see your creation if you try it!