Sunday, 19 August 2018

Christmas Catalogue Sneak Peek Video

Hello, Crafters.

In today's video I share the products that will be available in 
the NEW Christmas Catalogue that I've bought on pre-order, 
which is one of the perks of being a Stampin' Up! demonstrator! 
Would you like to be able to pre-order before the catalogue 
goes live? Join my team - I'd love to have you onboard! ☺ 
 When you see the video, you'll probably think I've bought 
everything that's in the NEW Catalogue, but trust me, 
what you see is just part of it! Normally I buy everything I like
 during pre-order, but this time there's just too much, and
 still have products on my wishlist!
I was recently asked how I store my ink pads. Recently Stampin' 
Up! released new design pads, so I have a mix of new and old! 
I store my ink pads by colour i.e. all the pinks and reds, then
lilacs and purples, then blues etc. 
 My ink pad storage unit has shelves that hold two ink pads on
 either side, and I find it works best if I have two old pads on 
top of each other and two new pads on top of each other. I have
 two of these units, one for current colours and one for retired colours.
That's about it from me today.
 I hope you heve a very blessed Sunday.
Until tomorrow, happy crafting.



  1. thank you Jan for your walk through on the products you have purchased. What is really useful is how you die cut all the dies so that you know what they do and look like. I have started doing the same after seeing what you do. It is time consuming initially but when it is done it is a great visual resource. I also have a file where I have a piece of A4 white card stock (not whisper white that is too expensive for this) for each stamp set. On each piece of card stock I have stamped every stamp in the set onto this card stock. That way I have a recored of every stamp I own and what it looks like when stamped. TFS :O) xxx

  2. As usual Jan this is a really useful video. Love the way you store your dies and die cut them out so that you know what they will look like. Can I ask are the wallets you use the Tim Holtz unmounted stamp wallets? Also do you store your dies and stamps together? Thank you for sharing x