Snowflake Showcase Now Available


Today’s the day you’ve been waiting for – the Snowflake Showcase is now available! You can order any or all of the products in this terrific suite. Forgot what was in the suite? That’s what I’m here for – to remind you, and share some great projects created by the Stampin’ Up! designers.

Snowflake Showcase Now Available


This suite has 2 stamp sets, available separately; the Happiness Surrounds stamp set and the Snow is Glistening Stamp set.

Snowflake Showcase Now Available

The picture above is of the Happiness Surrounds stamp set. You can see that it’s a set that can be used year-round, and for many different occasions.

Snowflake Showcase Now Available

This set, pictured above, is the Snow is Glistening stamp set. It definitely says ‘winter’ and ‘Christmas’, but you could use some of the larger snowflake images as stylized florals. The snowflake and dots group images on the upper right are made so that you can use your Stamparatus hinge, and create a seamless border on your projects!


Don’t worry – Stampin’ Up! knows how we much prefer to *not* fussy cut intricate images (at least, most of us don’t). The Snowfall Thinlits Dies take care of that for us!

Snowflake Showcase Now Available

You can see that there are many dies that match the stamps in both of the above stamp sets, but there are also stand-alone dies, like that gorgeous snowflake swirl, on the right hand side.


Of course, Stampin’ Up! is always great at helping us make our projects head-and-shoulders above the rest. This suite is no different, with 2 very special accessories you’ll want to add to your order. First up – how about these gorgeous Snowflake Trinkets?!

Snowflake Showcase Now Available

A beautiful silver finish with sparkling rhinestone in the middle – enough bling to suit anyone’s holiday festivities! These have a flat profile, which makes it easy to attach to your project. I find that putting a piece of Tear & Tape on the back works well. It’s strong enough to hold the weight of the snowflake, and it’s clear, so the adhesive doesn’t show.

Next up may look plain & simple in the photo – okay, it just looks like white paper! But what it actually is, is Velveteen Paper! It’s soft, it’s velvety, and it’ll make beautiful snowflakes, snowmen, and whatever else you want to create with it.


Have a look at this short video, and see how the products all coordinate together.


Here’s a picture of all the different products, with their prices listed.

Snowflake Showcase Now Available


These cards below have been created by the Stampin’ Up! design team. They give you just a few ideas on how you can use the Snowflake Showcase products.

Snowflake Showcase Now Available


Now that the Snowflake Showcase is now available, it’s bound to be a big hit for this holiday season! The thing is, they’re available only during this month, November, and only while supplies last. So if you fall in love with any of these products, like I know you will, don’t delay in ordering! You can either contact me and I’ll place your order, or click on the product images below to order directly from my online store (that’s the quickest way).  By the way – do you already have the Beautiful Blizzard Bundle? This new suite goes perfectly with it!



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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to stamp and create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project; whether a 3D item, or a card, or scrapbook page - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you stamp and create with me! :) If you're in Canada, you can Join My Team as a SU! demonstrator. If you're in the Great Vancouver area, you're welcome to join my classes - we always have fun!

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