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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Aim for Alaska Blog Hop--2017-2018 Annual Catalog Sneak Peek






This is a blog hop for those in the Aim for Alaska demonstrator training group set up by Kylie Bertucci.  It's called Aim for Alaska because that is the incentive trip we are working towards this year--an  Alaska cruise.  However, it is so much more than just trying to earn a cruise.  This is an amazing group full of Stampin' Up demonstrators who support each other and are all working to build our businesses.  It is a place to go and learn and get your questions answered.  We get to hear from some of the demonstrators that are part of Stampin' Ups Global 100.  Thank you Kylie Bertucci for setting this up.  I am learning so much and I see amazing things happen in the future.  Keep watching this blog as I put some of the things I've learned from this group into practice.  Great things are coming soon. 

We are hopping to share a sneak peek of some of the products coming in the new 2017-2018 Annual Catalog next week.  As you hop through this list, take notes on your wish list so you're ready to go when the catalog goes live on June 1 at 12:00pm MDT.  



I had so much fun playing with the Color Theory Suite that I couldn't stop with just one card.  I made cards from all four colors in this suite:  Dapper Denim, Old Olive, Crushed Curry, and Berry Burst (a NEW 2017-2019 In-Color).  All four cards were made using several items from the new catalog--The Color Theory DSP Stack, Glitter Enamel Dots, Happy Birthday thinlit, and 2016-2018 In Color Glitter Acrylic Shapes.   Here are some pictures of each card individually.


























I hope you enjoy this sneak peek of the products you'll be able to order next week.  You are visiting Angel Shaver right now.  Check out the blog hop list to see who's next.  Make sure you visit them all.



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19 comments:

  1. The Color Theory designer paper combined with the Happy Birthday makes such groovy cards! What fun!

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    1. It's so nice of Stampin' Up to provide us with products that come together quickly and look so nice. :)

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  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE. This DSP is fabulous for these quick and easy cards TFS

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    1. The new DSP in this catalog is FABULOUS

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  3. These are great & how cute are those new glitter shapes! xx

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    1. Thanks Jessie. I LOVE the glitter shapes

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  4. Great cards Angel, love the Happy Birthday Thinlits - another addition to my growing list!

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  5. What a pretty cards have you made, love it!

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  6. What a darling set and great use of color!

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  7. The thinlets look great-can't wait to order these!

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    1. Thanks Lisa. They're one of my favorite new products.

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  8. What a fun lot of cards Angela. Can't wait to try the thinly die. TFS xx

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