Thursday, June 19, 2008

Stampin' Up! Announces New Product Line! (& a sample)

Stampin' Up! announced a new product line, Decor Elements, on Tuesday, June 17th.

This is part of the announcement:

Our Décor Elements product line is is vinyl artwork for walls, mirrors, windows, or other hard, smooth surfaces.
Décor Elements takes the idea of decorating your home and uses a different medium than stamps to accomplish the same mission-making your home a beautiful representation of your style!
Stampin' Up! has been able to achieve intricate designs because of their manufacturing process. Whether customers want to spice up the walls of their house or frame a piece for display, Décor Elements is easy to apply, easy to love, and easy to remove. (They explained that the Decor Elements actually match the stamp sets that are sold, making them a perfect pairing for decorating).
This product line will be available to customers on July 1, 2008.
I am EXCITED to try some of these elements out...and to show them to you!
Let me know if you'd like a brochure, and I'll make sure you get a chance to see it.

This sample is made on the "In Color" Purely Pomegranate, using a retiring set of stamps, Carte Postale.
I have compelety enjoyed working with the "In Colors" this year, and Purely Pomegranate has been one of my favorites. (We'll be getting 6 new colors when the new Fall/Winter Idea Book debuts on August 11th!)
I love how the images, stamped onto Whisper White pop against the Basic Black cardstock.
I used the 1 3/8" square punch and made this card in just a matter of minutes.
(Inks used were: Basic Black, Wild Wasabi and Purely Pomegranate)

2 comments:

Sandy said...

My first visit to your new blog. Cute, fun & inspiring....love the black background! I'll keep watching.

Half Tempted said...

Hi Kristine,

Love the new blog for it's beautiful card ideas. You do great work! I would be interested in seeing the decor elements . . . is it available in a brochure for those of us still on dial up? It takes years to look at anything on line . . . much better to have a catalogue to drool on.

Thanks!

Bec's buddy Karen