Dies: They’re NOT Just for Bundles Anymore!

By now you’ve hopefully had a chance to peruse the beautiful new Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog, orderable now! You may not have noticed all the treasures on pages 162-166! Besides the wonderful dies that go with stamp sets, there are dies that just exists as themselves, and they’re AWESOME!

Following, I’m featuring each die and a pretty sample from the new catalog. Each of these die sets are reasonably priced, and will add to your crafting collection — I promise! Take a look!

Basic Borders (#155558)

I love these border dies — use for envelopes, card edges, or anything! The set of dies includes six dies – the largest die is 6″ x 1″.

This sample, found on page 59, features on of the Basic Borders Dies and the All for Baby Bundle:

Basic Borders Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Flower Market (#155556)

This background die has provides a beautiful floral background that you can trim to various sizes!

I love this box, which includes the Flower Market Die and the Biggest Wish stamp set.

Flower Market Die catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Give it a Whirl (#154336)

These interactive dies allow you to create cool, interactive cards that spin. These dies include all the images you need to create the card, rotating wheel, and images to go on the wheel. You can also use the dies individually to build scenes on handmade cards and scrapbook pages. This set includes 21 dies – the largest is 5-1/4″ x 3-3/16″.

Here’s a great sample: how fun is this?

Give it a Whirl Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Iconic (#155965)

The Iconic Dies are so fun, because you can create all kinds of scenes, including little Fairy Tale gardens complete with mushrooms and birds! The possibilities are endless!

Here’s a sample on page 18 of the new catalog — shown with the Days to Remember stamp set!

Iconic Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Layering Diorama (#155565)

These dies nest to create a 3D effect for unique diorama card fronts. You can create all kinds of 3-D effects, like ponds, lakes, sands, whatever you’d like! Or simply backgrounds for your beautiful stamps!

Love how these dies work with the Seascape stamp set! WHAT???????? How fun!

Layering Diorama Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Picture This (#155559)

Create peekaboo cards by cutting out windows and other fun shapes! There are 2 dies in this set that can be used to make 2 peekaboo panels and yield three stitched rectangles and 6 stitched circles.

I love this card on p. 67! Adorbs!

Picture This Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Stitched Greenery (#155451)

Catch the beautiful stitched leaf background that you can achieve with this stunning die! I’ve seen nothing like it!

And here’s a beautiful sample from p. 82 — love it with the birds!

Stitched Greenery Die catalog sample, Stampin Up!

Tailor Made Tags (#155563)

These tags have become a hit, and are on my MUST HAVE list! Look how the the little circles and shapes create brads for the wonderful tags that come in numerous sizes. This is a keeper, and will be a staple!

This fun tag can and any others can be found throughout the catalog!

Tailor Made Tags Dies catalog sample, Stampin Up!

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Iconic Dies

Connect, Craft & Collect Promotion

Between now and June 14, Stampin Up! is giving us all an additional $25 of free product for orders over $250. What a great incentive to pick up all of the new products you want early or to combine orders with a friend who also has a long wish list. During the Connect, Craft & Collect promotion, qualifying orders take advantage of Stampin’ Up!’s generous Stampin’ Rewards PLUS earn an additional $25 for orders over $250.

If ordering $250 in one sitting it not your thing, then feel free to get some orders from a friend or two and split the rewards! If you have any questions on how that would work, just email me here.

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