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Day 1 at Stampin’ Up Leadership 2014

Happy Thursday, Crafters!  And Greetings from Stampin’ Up! Leadership 2014!

P1080695First off, is a picture with my new purse, complements of Stampin’ Up!  It is a gorgeous Smokey Slate patent bag with chevrons on it.  What a nice way to start the day off for a girl:  surrounded by great friends and a great new purse!:)

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So, yes today was our first day of Leadership 2014 and we had so many exciting announcements!  The first was when Stampin’ Up! Founder and CEO, Shelli Gardner walked on stage after many broken bones from a terrible horse riding accident.  We were all surprised to see her there to deliver a heartfelt speech to her Stampin’ Up! leaders!  Amazing!

P1080702A few of the announcements that were heard were about new products that Stampin’ Up! will have available soon.  **Just know that as a demonstrator, I am prohibited from showing pictures of the actual product until it is released.  However, I am able to show pictures of projects using the products.

The first new product is an alcohol-based marker set called Blendabilities.  Each color offered will have a light, medium and dark marker in the set for $11.95.

See below for available colors: Old Olive, Melon Mambo, Daffodil Delight, Coastal Cabana, Calypso Corral, Cherry Cobbler, Rich Razzleberry, Night of Navy, Wisteria Wonder, Crumb Cake, Pumpkin Pie and Smokey Slate.  We will even carry a skin tone assortment set and a color lifter marker to erase color accidents.

P1080741You will stamp your image on Whisper White Cardstock using Memento Ink Pad, an ink pad specifically formulated to be used with alcohol-based markers.  This ink will not turn muddy when blending with Blendabilities!

Another exciting product coming soon is a new personalized photopolymer stamp.  You will be given 4 lines of personalization that will be perfect for using when making your wedding invitations.  Or how about giving a personalized stamp to your child’s teacher?  Pictured below you can see the words “Awesome”, “Excellent Work”, and “Mrs. Baker” on this one.  The possibilities are endless!:)

P1080733 And last but not least is a new alphabet photopolymer stamp set that has 2 different sets of letters in it.  Photopolymer is the perfect choice for this application because of its “clearly” innate ability to see thru the acrylic block for perfect placement on your project.  Below are 2 projects using this set.  The first is a Valentine’s Day card spelling out “L-O-V-E” and the second is a birthday gift card holder spelling out “H-A-P-P-Y”.

P1080722P1080723Check back tomorrow for more things to come from Stampin’ Up!:)

Take Care,

Jennifer

Jennifer King
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2 Responses to Day 1 at Stampin’ Up Leadership 2014

  • Tania says:

    Intrigued by the new markers, but I don’t want to have to buy a whole batch of new inks! I hope this doesn’t mean they’re getting rid of the regular inks. Love the idea of the photopolymer alphas, but I’m not loving that font.

    • Stamping Contact says:

      Good news is that we won’t be discontinuing our current marker set(s). These Blendabilities will be an addition to our current line of markers and inks. You will also be able to color buttons and rhinestones with them, too! I think they will quickly become a staple in your craft room. More pictures with projects using the Blendabilities to come. Photopolymer sets will be in the upcoming catalog, but only made in stamp sets where alignment is key…like alphas and borders. Smart!

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