Stampin’ Up Product Share ~ Designer Series Paper and Ribbons

The new 2016 – 2017 Annual catalog has a wonderful selection of new  Designer Series Paper (DSP) and Ribbons- as soon as I saw them I just knew I wanted to get my hands on all of them!  Well,  the perfect opportunity to do so without breaking the bank is to take part in a product share.

So in July we did a DSP share and August a ribbon share, these have all now been delivered to their new homes, but I thought I would just share …. the shares!!!


DSP Share

Our papers come in 12×12 sheets and in my share, they are cut down to 6×6″  Each set is carefully placed in a clear bag with the name and catalog number of the product as well as the Stampin’ Cup! colors used to create them – which makes it very easy for matching up when you come to use them.  Each person received a total of 96 pieces of paper for the princely sum of $25 (+shipping)  To have bought a whole packet of each would have totaled $176.23!!


Ribbon Share


I carefully wind each of the 1 yard ribbon lengths around a piece of card so they stay in perfect condition. Again I have labelled each of the ribbons so they are easy to identify.  This year I split the ribbon share into two parts – the two on the left are the ‘In colors’ for 2015 – 2017 and 2016 – 2018.  The two on the left are the other new ribbons that were added to the catalog this year.  There are a total of 25 yards of ribbon for a total of $22.50 – again a wonderful deal if you are not sure you could use a 5yd or 10yd bolt of ribbon!!

If you would like to build up your stash of goodies then look out for my future shares – they are always popular!

My Project 4-001Happy Stampin”

If you’d like any of the supplies, to shop, or to get a catalog, please feel free to contact me, and if you’re thinking of joining Stampin’ Up! and my team I’d most definitely like to hear from you

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