Online craft site for card makers and stamping hobbyists, Stampin’ Up by Carol Hampton, has launched its new 2016 – 2017 annual catalog ‘Create Handmade Happiness’, available on the site. More information and details can be found on the website: http://CarolsCraftyCards.com.
The 210 page catalog launched on the Stampin’ Up! site features a countless number of card making and stamping projects items, ideal for birthday, thank you, baby and kids, memory keeping, love and sympathy, artistic expression, everyday occasions and Christmas projects.
Some of the many new catalog items include: inks and markers, classic rubber and photopolymer stamp styles, all inclusive card kits, designer pattern suites, stamp set and project kits, card collections and accessories, albums and photo pocket pages, in color collection, designer series paper stacks and coordinating cardstock, paper basics, envelopes, boxes, bags, embellishments, ribbon and trim, designer washi tape, coloring tools, adhesives, stamping accessories, punch boards, ‘simply scored’ scoring tool, punches, cutting tools, big shot die cutting machine, thinlits and framelits, textured embossed folders, stamp sets, greeting stamp sets and accessories.
Carol Hampton makes her own creations and also coaches others, providing customers and friends with fresh project ideas and encouragement. She says, “Creating cards, scrapbook pages and gift items is about more than just stamps and ink — it’s about sharing a part of yourself with the people you love”.
In addition to the new release items in the annual catalog, general category items and product lines available from the Stampin’ Up! site are: stamps, coloring, paper, kits, die cutting and embossing, embellishments, ribbon and trim, punches, tools and adhesives, packaging, Project Life products and Paper Pumpkin products.
The Stampin’ Up! site also features an ‘ideas’ section, with categories including: handmade cards, paper crafting and gifts and scrapbook pages, marked with level of difficulty: in a snap (easy), a step up (medium) and masterpiece (difficult).
Stampin’ Up assortment of rubber stamp images, stamping techniques and designs for crafters are not available in stores, but rather through a network of independent consultants called Stampin’ Up! demonstrators. There are more than 40,000 demonstrators in the United States and Puerto Rico, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Austria, the Netherlands and Japan, sharing their knowledge and passion for rubber stamping, scrapbooking, card making and paper crafting.
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