The day has finally arrived! That’s right the NEW Stampin’ Up! 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue is live. It’s fabulous and I’ve been itching to share it with you for so long. There is so many exciting things within the catalogue that I know you are already loving. Just in case you missed anything here are some highlights.
New in colours
With the release of the Stampin’ Up! 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue we meet our brand new In Colour Collection. These are five new colour that are with us for only two years. This year the colours are just fabulous. Check them out below and let me know which is your favourite.
Stampin’ Up! of course have an array of products in these colours that just work perfectly for all your crafting needs. I love that I can offer you to have card stock and ink that match perfectly. You can view some of the products below.
New Product Suites
If you were to ask me what I get most excited about it would be the new Product Suites. They are always full of fabulous coordinating products that will elevate your paper craft abilities. With such beautiful product you can’t mess up. This year we see 10 new suites grace our catalogues pages.
Don’t forget that the Suites are available in whole under one item code but all items are available individually. I always recommend that if you purchase a suite and it’s near or over the £99/129€ then add it to the Starter Kit to make the most of your pennies. More can be found out here.
PICK A FREE BUNDLE
Talking about the Starter Kit, until June 30th Stampin’ Up! will give you one item bundle that is featured in the new catalogue for free. This is in addition to the £31/46€ free catalogue spend and the free post and packaging. I haven’t even mentioned the discount of 20% off your own orders. It just makes sense.
Here are just some that you can choose from:
Stampin’ Up! 2020-2021 Annual Catalogue
You can view the catalogue online by clicking here or if you would like to receive one then submit a request here. I really wanted to share in the experience of you viewing the catalogue, so I recorded a video walking through the catalogue. I hope you enjoy. Should you have any questions then please leave them in the comments.