New Christmas Rose Suite and New Trimmer starts today …

Since we had to retire our last trimmer, we are happy to announce a new trimmer will be taking it’s place!  The biggest difference is a 3x larger blade, which cuts like a dream.
Starting today, the new trimmer is available and the replacement blades will be available in January.

#152932  $25

For those that purchase the trimmer from me,
I’ll mail 2 free blades in January when they become available!

  • 15-3/8 x 8 x 1/2” (39 x 20.3 x 1.3 cm)
  • Includes 1 cutting blade and 1 scoring blade.
  • Includes imperial and metric measurements.
  • Ruler and grid protected by durable plastic cover.
  • Point on cutting handle for precise measuring.
  • Right-side grid for cutting thin strips.

This great suite of holiday products is available today!
Nov 1st – Nov 30th, while supplies last.
There are lots of options, just a few items or the whole suite.

Click HERE to view the PDF Flyer

Christmas Rose Bundle, stamps and dies  #153944   $61
(or just the stamp set, $38)

Christmastime is Here Specialty designer paper
12 sheets, 12×12
#152154  $14.50
This paper is gorgeous!  Gold foil accents on each design
and pretty color palette of Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, and Mossy Meadow.

Gold Glitter Enamel Dots #152155  $8.00
and 1/4″ shimmer gold satin ribbon #152156  $7 for 10 yds.

Charming Rose Bracelet  #152159 $22
gold tone, has a Stampin’ Up logo charm along with a Rose charm, in a sweet gift box.

or you can get the whole suite in one easy item number!
$153947  $112.50

Here are some projects made with this new suite:

If you are interested in getting some of this suite or all of it, get in touch with me or order online here.  I hope they have plenty to last all November but I’m not sure since they say ‘while supplies last’!


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2 Responses to New Christmas Rose Suite and New Trimmer starts today …

  1. Beverly Trabanello says:

    Linda, I would like to get the new trimmer. Do I just tell you or do I need to go on your Stampinup site? Thanks, Beverly Trabanello

  2. arlrashy says:

    Hi, stranger!

    I’m not planning to purchase the stamps. I have questions regarding the four pictures of roses at the bottom of the email and how to achieve the ones I like (using stamps I already own).

    The roses in the first picture look very one-dimensional, even though it looks like a distinctive stamp.

    The second rose looks a little more interesting, regardless of the fact that it’s popped up.

    The third stamped rose is darker, even in the places that appear lighter in the other pictures.

    The fourth rose seems to have the most depth of color, even when you ignore the green dot embellishments.

    How do I avoid the pretty but flat-look of the first flower? Or how do I get the depth of the last one?

    Thanks from your number one fan!

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