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Autumn/Winter Mini - Packed with Exciting New Products

Release Date - April 1st 2010

I'm so excited about the new Autumn/Winter Mini Catalogue because it is jam packed with new innovative products!

As a Demonstrator I was able to pre-order from my very long wish list on the 2nd of March! Whoooo Hoooo! Being able to order some new goodies to play with before the release date is just one of the many benefits of being a part of the SU 'Family'.

If you would like your own copy of the new mini, please let me know, so I can pop one in the post to you (bronaddinktivedesigns@gmail.com).


The Sizzix Big Shot

The Big Shot die-cut machine cuts through multiple layers and materials to create beautiful die cuts for all kinds of projects. SU has also introduced a line of Stampin' Up! exclusive dies. The Big Shot machine and dies will enhance the current Stampin' Up! offering by giving you more choices for your art work.



Clear-Mount Rubber Stamps

Stampin' Up! will now offer our exclusive stamp art in both traditional wood-mount, and the new clear-mount option. Their new clear-mount rubber stamps are the result of extensive research with the intent to maintain the very best image quality in the stamping industry, while at the same time offering the ease-of-use and storability inherent in repositionable clear-mount rubber stamps.



New Punch Body Style

Starting with the Autumn-Winter Mini and continuing with all new punch designs going forward, Stampin' Up! has adopted a new body style for their punches! With a larger cutting surface and a sleeker body, the new punches give you greater cutting precision, better punching leverage, and space-saving storage.

Exciting!

Comments

Ann Wiechmann said…
Do you get extra early previews of things? I thought it was just about Summer Mini Catalog time. I haven't seen this one yet!

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