Introduction to the New Eastern Palace Product Suite by Stampin’ Up! + Process Video

Hello there friends! Today I have something pretty special and cool for you. I’m sure you’ve probably seen a ton of haul and project videos featuring the new Eastern Palace Product Suite by Stampin’ Up! and especially by those who were blessed to be able to attend On Stage. Last weekend, there was an On Stage extremely close to me and I’m very upset that I was unable to attend. Next time.

I would like to introduce to you the brand new Eastern Palace Suite that will be available to you to purchase on May 1, 2017. This is unprecedented as Stampin’ Up!, at least in my 11 years associated with the company, has never released an entire product suite before the launch of the annual catalog.

If you would like to see the rest of the product suite, please click on the graphic above. As much as I tried to insert the PDF, I am a few fries short of a Happy Meal when it comes to basic computer stuff. I can write some mean HTML, read it, and get a lot of stuff, but the basics? It’s not happening. However, I really think this time it’s the way SU has put restrictions on the PDF as it’s meant to hand out to your customers, not insert into a blog post – at least I think. I don’t know. I will have to ask my dear friend and upline about this. So click on the click above (or below) if you want to see what I’m currently playing with and your options for purchasing these wonderful new products on May 1! The link to my Stampin’ Up! Online Boutique is always on my sidebar for you 🙂 and I always list the products that I used in video and the description in the blog post. On April 24, 2017, I will have a video for you to watch all of these new toys in action from the Home Office.

In my Product Suite Introduction video, which I haven’t even edited yet, I have a list of stamp sets that will coordinate perfectly with the Eastern Palace dies. Be very careful when you decide to personally retire your Stampin’ Up! sets. Several of them may very well coordinate with dies that you already have on hand.

I love my solid die-cut circles. My process video explains why I chose them. This is actually Part 2 of a series that I filmed of this new product suite. Part 1 shows you the products up close with their beautiful detail.

I’m an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and I enjoy it very much. I pride myself on providing my customers with excellent and top notch quality and individualized customer service even better. I would rather help you work with what you have and still make beautiful cards and on trend (if you’re into that) than make a sale to be honest with you. That’s just how I roll and how I choose my personal products that are not provided to me by the manufacturer. When there’s a current stamp bundle around the $50 mark that is only available for 4, 5 and 12 months out of the year and you pray that it carries over for another year, that takes all of the fun out of crafting. You can still make a beautiful card with a stamp set that is a decade old. Everybody has to figure out what works for them, their lifestyle, their budget, their personal everything, and I will help you do that. Sometimes it hurts me, but I would rather have your respect and friendship than your money.

So let’s talk about this great card and video that I made for you today. You know I’m new at voiceovers and so far, so good. Today hurt. My vids uploaded out of order and I was all over the place when I was originally making the card since I made 2 of them and didn’t like the first one, but filmed it anyway…shaking my head, ya know? I spliced all of the videos together and winged it, big time. Enjoy!

I hope that you enjoyed today’s video and card project. Thank you so very much for stopping by to visit me today and God bless.

Cindy B Designs Signature

 

 

 

Off The Grid

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Circles Collection Framelits Die

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