This thread contains posts that highlight some really cool craft products. You can also find links to the most recent catalogs in PDF form. Of course, you can just visit my online craft store as well to browse the latest paper crafting supplies.
One post in this thread that is incredibly important to me is the Ronald McDonald House post. There, you can find which Stampin Up product you can purchase to help kids who need medical treatment.
Every year, Stampin Up will choose a new product to designate for that cause, so be sure to check back. As you build your stamp collection, you also have the opportunity to help others. You’ll also become familiar with how Ronald McDonald House helps these families.
Be sure to browse around the site and check out the ideas for projects you can make with our craft products. Welcome to the world of paper crafting! You’re going to love it!
When I signed up to be a Stampin Up Demonstrator, I honestly had no idea they supported Ronald McDonald House. Each year Stampin Up chooses a stamp set that with every sale of that particular set, $3 is donated to this wonderful charity.
I can’t tell you what that means to me, but I’ll try. You see, my oldest daughter Anna is a cancer survivor. Throughout her treatment, we stayed with Ronald McDonald House many, many times.
I’ll start by telling you which stamp set you can choose to make sure your purchase counts, and then I’ll tell you more about our experiences there. You’ll see how amazing and how needed it is.
Every year, the new Stampin Up Catalog comes out in June. The products in the new catalog can be ordered until the following May. Furthermore, there are two seasonal catalogs. One for the holidays, and one called “occasions”. The holiday products will be available to order from September to early January of each year, and the occasions from January through May.
So, what’s available right now? I’ll give you PDF links to each current catalog, plus I’ll highlight my favorite product from each. If there are any special tips related to a product or catalog, I’ll include those too. Enjoy browsing!
You can use any paper you like. The designer series paper works great with this tool, even though it’s slightly thicker than regular envelope paper. I recommend the snail adhesive for fast assembly with no mess.