Are You Aware of Stampin’ Up’s Online Exclusive Products?

Are you aware of Stampin’ Up’s Online Exclusive Products yet? They are not to be missed and I’m here to show you one reason why today. The Online Exclusive Products are products that are introduced throughout the year, totally independent of an annual or mini catalog. They’re there for those who may not care to look through a catalog but would rather just search online for new products and ideas. You can find the these Online Exclusives (which will not be in a catalog ever) here. Sometimes these products will be around for quite a while and other times for just a month or two. I’m definitely not in charge of those decisions. Nor have I figured out how to plan ahead regarding their long-term availability. My suggestion, at least for now, is if you check out the selection of Online Exclusive products and see something you want to get creative with, get it “now” because it might be gone ‘next week or month’.

Garden Meadow Bundle

The Garden Meadow Bundle is comprised of a delightful stamp set and coordinating Dies and is available only via the Online Exclusives. Please always ask me if you’re confused—-I’m also often confused so don’t be embarrassed.


Garden Meadow Dies and Meandering Meadows 6″ x 6″ DSP

Not only do the dies coordinate with the Garden Meadow stamp set but one of them in particular takes you down multiple ‘garden paths’. The Meandering Meadows Designer Series Paper (DSP) can lead you astray! …..Like down a garden path…. This DSP is also an Online Exclusive.

Meandering Meadows 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper--SU! Online Exclusive
Meandering Meadows 6″ x 6″ Designer Series Paper–SU! Online Exclusive

Just imagine these images peeked at through the archway from the Garden Meadow Die! Here are two of the cards I made recently, each using different pieces of the Meandering Meadows DSP.

Meandering Meadows DSP Wandering path
Meandering Meadows DSP Flower Bed

Everything is the same except the image.

This arch die is definitely one of my favorites and can be used with multiple images. Another of my favorite stamp sets is the Hills of Tuscany–I really enjoy placing the little random artsy images on top of or next to each other, creating a simply beautiful scene. This was my first attempt with the set AND the arch die:

Hills of Tuscany stamp set

I’ll be back March 1st or 2nd with the ‘how-tos’ for this fun card. I used the Sale-a-Bration Softly Stippled DSP which was a paper that didn’t “speak to me” when I first saw it. This card is a reminder to check the back sides of the papers as well as the fronts! Remember……it’s only available through tomorrow, February 29th.

Thank you so much for popping in today. Please leave a comment below if you’re looking for a specific project or technique…..or if you’ve tried a variation of today’s card. And don’t forget to make a card and then make someone’s day by sending it to them.

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