September is typically associated with going back to school. But in the Stampin’ Up! world, September means the new Holiday Catalog is available for everyone! Click the links to see the digital version of the 2019 Holiday Catalog and to shop the online store. Make sure to check out the image below to see the numbers for this catalog release and see some of my favorites inside.
Just like with every catalog release, there are so many fun new things inside! Here are some of my favorite items in this catalog.
I really like the blues and greens mixed with copper accents for the colors in this suite. The ornaments in the Designer Series Paper pack, stamp set, and the two punches are great elements for Christmas cards and decorations.
This bundle was at the top of my list because it will be great to use when making cards/gifts for the teachers at our homeschool enrichment program. Plus, it will double for some fun fall and Halloween projects.
This set was definitely a must-have because it contains so many different phrases for the holiday season. I also like that the itty bitty concept mimicked the sets in the Annual Catalog – Itty Bitty Greetings and Itty Bitty Birthday.
This ribbon caught my eye because it doesn’t look like your typical ribbon – it reminds me more of a yarn. Either way, I think it will add some fun texture to some fall and Christmas projects.
When I saw that there was a new color pack of glitter enamel dots, I knew it would be on my list of favorites. The traditional Christmas colors plus the sparkle will be a great embellishment on a stack of Christmas cards.
I was so excited to see a new version of the curvy keepsake box in this catalog. We had one a few years ago that was a little bigger, but you had to cut out two pieces and glue them together to make one box. It will be so much easier to make now that you can cut out the whole box in one pass through a die cutting machine.
Even though this embossing folder coordinates with the Halloween suite, it can be used for so many other occasions.
This will be a great punch to have for creating more than just Christmas cards. You could make some great birthday and thinking of you cards with a bunch of the punched out trees.
My favorite part of this pack of papers is the gold accents found on one side each sheet. I also really like the traditional Christmas colors with a pop of blue.
These boxes will make for some easy and fun treat holders to pass out for Halloween.
Once again, a shimmery, sparkly item is on my favorites list! It will be great for easily adding some shimmer to projects.
This kit is going to be so much fun to put together and fill with little goodies for December. I already have some countdown/Advent ideas running through my head that may turn in to a future blog post.
What are your favorites in the catalog?