We are already well into the new January-June 2020 Mini Catalog period! This new catalog has some fun updates compared to the mini/seasonal catalogs in the past – like the horizontal layout, visual product index, and extra project ideas. But don’t worry, it is still full of great crafting products! Take a look at the catalog stats below and then keep reading to learn about a special promotion going on and to see what some of my favorite products are. Then leave a comment and share what some of your favorites are.
In addition to the new mini catalog, we also have Sale-A-Bration (SAB) going on from now until the end of March. Sale-A-Bration is a great promotion Stampin’ Up! does in January through March. There are three ways to earn FREE product during Sale-A-Bration:
- For every $50 you spend (before shipping and tax) you can pick a FREE item from the Sale-A-Bration brochure. Some items can only be earned with $100 orders.
- When you Host a party of $300 or more in sales, you will earn the exclusive Little Ladybug Stamp Set. You can also earn this set if you want to do one big order (plus earn some SAB picks).
- When you join as a Demonstrator, you get to pick $125 worth of products for $99 (with free shipping), plus pick one stamp set of your choice, and also receive a 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper Sampler Pack and Mini Paper Trimmer.
Click here to view the digital version of the catalog.
Click here to view the Sale-A-Bration brochure.
When you are ready to shop the new items, head on over to my online store or contact me with any questions.
The golfer in me was so excited to see a suite all about golfing! This suite has great elements for making a variety of masculine cards. The link above takes you to the suite page to see all items individually, but if you want to order the whole suite as a set, go here.
This bundle will be great for Valentine’s Day. I really like that there are two punches that go with this stamp set. The punches layer nicely, which can bring some fun dimension to cards and projects.
Floral sets always seem to catch my eye, and this set is no exception. I really like the hand-drawn look to the flowers and the texture splotches will make for some fun coloring techniques. This set can be bundled with coordinating dies or ordered as part of the whole suite set.
Mint Macaron 1/8″ Sheer Linen Ribbon
Mint Macaron is one of my favorite Stampin’ Up! colors and it looks great as a sheer ribbon. It will be a nice, soft touch to projects.
I love adding a little bling to projects, and these sequins look fun to use. Some are a normal sequin shape and some are a flower shape, all in a variety of colors.
The different stitched dies are always fun to use for projects. It will be nice to add another variety of shapes with the stitched element.
Coastal Weave 3D Embossing Folder
This weave pattern will be a great addition for incorporating some texture to card backgrounds.
Label punches are always good to have because they make adding labels and tags to projects very simple. This punch also has a coordinating punch, the Label Me Fancy Punch, which can add a hole or slot to the label piece.
Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper
I love the bold colors of this paper pack! It will make for quick and easy cards that look stunning because of the great images.
3×9 Printed Gusseted Cellophane Bags
These bags will be great for little treat or gift bags. The starburst design is a fun touch to the bags.
This trimmer is an update from the trimmer offered previously. It cuts and scores beautifully.
This new ink offering will be great for adding a distressed look to projects. It is also ideal for when you are wanting to watercolor or stamp on a window sheet.
Seriously The Best Project Kit
The decorative box that comes with this kit is what caught my eye. The cards have a very nice design and can be used for a variety of occasions. All that is needed is the coordinating stamp set (Seriously The Best Stamp Set), ink, and adhesive.
There are so many great things to be found in the Mini Catalog. Don’t forget to take a look at the shop. What are your favorites in the new Mini Catalog? Leave a comment below.