Hello and welcome to today’s blog post, which is a recap of my trip to OnStage in Atlantic City! Whether it’s once or twice a year, I just love meeting up with my fellow Team Stamp It Demonstrators and having a blast catching up and seeing all the wonderful new products from the new catalog! This OnStage was extra special as our upline and team leader, Tami White, demonstrated her million-dollar stamp set, Capture the Good! There are so many new products and luckily I was able to take pictures of it all to share with you today, so let’s get started!
This stamp set is one that I received from the Prize Patrol! It is actually not available in the Annual Catalog, but is available in a special brochure that Stampin’ Up! with be releasing soon:
This stamp set is one that we all received in our bag at check in! Not only does it coordinate with the Daisy Punch, but there is a new Medium Daisy Punch that will be available in the new Annual Catalog!
This 12” x 12” Mosaic Mood Specialty DSP was also received from Prize Patrol! I cut the pieces down so you can see the front and back of the DSP, but what makes this a Specialty DSP is that one side is embossed (or raised) with a gloss. The coordinating colors for this paper are Blushing Bride, Crushed Curry, Garden Green, Mint Macaron, Soft Suede, Terracotta Tile, Whisper White, and Very Vanilla. Here is one piece that I held at an angle to give you a better view:
The new 2019-2021 InColors are: Rococo Rose, Terracotta Tile, Pretty Peacock, Seaside Spray, and Purple Posy. While they are more muted colors, they really are lovely colors that you may appreciate more once you have them in hand. I just received my pre-order and so I did a quick color combo to help you see how they coordinate with our existing colors:
The Come Sail Away Suite is my #1 must have! I was able to order everything from the suite, except the embossing folder. Below is my make and take and pictures of the entire suite:
The Perennial Essence Suite is another must have! Between ordering and snagging products from OnStage, I have this entire suite and can’t wait to show you this beautiful suite! Below is my make and take and pictures of the suite:
The Bird Ballad Suite is another beautiful suite with stunning DSP and adorable coordinating trinkets! I limited myself to two suites and InColors (it was really, really hard lol), but there are items from this suite that are on my list! Below is my make and take and pictures of the suite:
The Follow Your Art suite is so stinking adorable! It even has coordinating washi tape with the Stampin’ Up logo! How cute is that!! There is even an embellishment kit and embossing folder! Below is my make and take and pictures of the suite:
The Noble Peacock Suite is a must on my list! Remember Beautiful Peacock from SAB last year? It’s like that, but so much more! Here are pictures I was able to take and cannot wait to order this suite:
Below are the rest of the products that I was able to take pictures of and the product shares that the presenters from Atlantic City made:
We even got a sneak peek of Paper Pumpkins May 2019 kit, the “Shelli” kit! You can see more about this kit here and you need to be signed up by May 10thto receive this kit. Below is my make and take:
So, lots of exciting new products and good times had by all! I can’t wait to share my creations with you next week from these new products! If you would like your own copy of the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog, please contact me before April 30th, 2019. Just send me an email with your full name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I hope today’s project inspires you to get creative! Please contact me if you have any questions about the products used on this or any other project. I hope you enjoyed today’s blog and thanks for stopping by!