Share Sunday Design Process for the Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper

The hand-painted florals look you see on our elegant Floral Boutique Designer Series Paper is more than just a look—real watercolor painting was involved! See how our talented Product Designer and Specialist, Sarah Webb, used traditional painting along with technology to design this paper. You’ll never look at it the same again!

Super Special Saturday Marker to Stamp Technique

Instead of using ink pads, try the marker to stamp technique. Katie will show you how to color the rubber stamp with a Stampin’ Write Marker, give it a breath to re-moisten the ink and stamp the image. This works great on any stamp from a blocked image to an intricate design.

Fabulous Friday Playful Pals Bundle

Time to play like Dr. Frankenstein and build your own creatures. But in this case, the lab is your home, the science is a stamp set, and the creatures are whimsical pets that will be adored by one and all. Combine the Playful Pals Stamp Set with the Pyramid Pals Thinlits Dies to create 3D animals. Learn how to create your own playful pals.

Tutorial Thursday Perfectly Wrapped Project Kit

Make the outside look as good as what’s inside with handmade gift boxes and bags. We’ve done the hard work for you—all of the pieces in the kit are precut, color coordinated, and ready for you to assemble! Watch and see how to create your own cute gift boxes and bags.

Winner Wednesday Masking Technique

Create layered images using the masking technique and the Sitting Here Stamp Set. Combine the images to make the picture you want. Watch this video to learn how to using masking in your stamping.

Team Tuesday Detailed Floral Thinlits Dies

Put down those scissors—there’s an easier way to cut detailed flowers and images! Using the Flourish Thinlits Dies and the Big Shot, you can make multiple die-cut flowers in minutes. Watch as we show you how.

Marvelous Monday Serene Scenery Designer Series Paper by Stampin’ Up!

With paper this gorgeous, there’s no need to add anything else. Use it alone as a background or focal point or combine it with stamped images. You’ll find so many creative uses for the mix of patterns and nature and texture photographs. Learn how you can use this paper to inspire your creativity.

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