Many Medallions Meets the New In Colors

Hi all!

The new Stampin’ Up annual catalog is just around the corner, June 3rd!
(if you ordered from me this year and haven’t received your catalog, let me know)
Bulk mail seems to be running slower amid the covid situation and I’m hearing from customers that catalogs are still be delivered in mailboxes, even just today.

I’ve been playing in the craft room this week, using some of our demonstrator pre-order goodies from the new catalog.  There is a cool background die called Many Medallions and I had an idea to weave some card stock or designer paper thru the ends:

I used all 5 of new In Color card stocks, from the top down they are Misty Moonlight,
Cinnamon Cider, Bumblebee, Magenta Madness and Just Jade.

Each strip is 5/8″ x 5-1/4″, and it runs underneath and I popped the ends thru!
I did add a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of whisper white behind the strips since it brightened it up.

Here is the back side of a yellow version – This one was on white, but I didn’t like it as well.

It was so fun, I also did it with yellow and black:

This one was the new Bumblebee and Daffodil Delight card stock
under Basic Black.

*I also did another stepped up version using the Medallion dies on Stamping School for Sunday videos tomorrow – be sure to login to watch that one!

I originally added a simple sentiment banner but it got lost so I added
So Sentimental and Stitched So Sweetly Dies.  Here was the banner version:

Aren’t those little white flowers cute?  That’s from a new punch coming out called
Confetti Flowers Border Punch.  It will punch out 6 flowers at a time, a few sizes.

Check out what my talented friend and team member, Cindy Brumbaugh, did with the Medallion die!  She turned it into a holiday card using the new Greenery suite.  So pretty and you can read the details how she created it HERE her blog.

Note – June 3rd, we will most likely have some items running behind schedule.
Stampin’ Up is still open and manufacturing but with Utah guidelines and smaller crews.  So I’ll keep you posted on things that may not be available on June 3rd.  Ordering will be turned off at midnight MT and is supposed to be back open around noon MT.

The background die is part of a sentiment bundle!
Many Mates Bundle #154083  $51.25
which saves 10% off of each.

The Many Medallions background die set can be purchased separately
without the bundle for $34   #153584


See how they trimmed the largest die down to give another look?

I like how they just sponged a little ink on the background paper
before laying on the die cut.

June 2nd – Last Day to order 2019-2020 Retiring Catalog items!

June 3rd – Midnight (MT) ordering will pause while they turn over for new catalog!  Ordering will be turned back on by noon MT June 3.

June 3-June 30th – Annual Catalog Host Promotion!  Any $250 order (combined with friends) or your own earns an EXTRA $25 in host rewards!

June 3rd – June 30th:  Starter Kit Special!  Sign up (or sign up again) for $99 plus tax, free shipping and choose $125 in products PLUS any bundle free!
(choose stamps/dies or stamps/punch bundles)

Go Stamp Something!

 

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2 Responses to Many Medallions Meets the New In Colors

  1. Linda Phillips says:

    Thank you Linda. I just opened the Medallion dies today and wondered why I had bought them. Now I know. Thank you so much for giving me some ideas on just how beautiful these dies are, especially as a background.
    My brain is racing with ideas.

  2. Linda Heller says:

    That makes me so happy!!!

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