New Paper Trimmer Available November 1st

It’s here!  The new Paper Trimmer has arrived! We all know beautiful papercrafting begins with beautiful cuts, and boy, does the new Paper Trimmer from Stampin’ Up! deliver! The newly designed Paper Trimmer is lightweight, portable, and perfect for making stable and straight cuts!  The good news is that it is available November 1st.
New Paper TrimmerReady to learn more? Here are the details!

  • Size: 15-3/8 x 8 x 1/2” (39 x 20.3 x 1.3 cm)
  • Includes 1 cutting blade and 1 scoring blade.
  • Includes imperial and metric measurements.
  • Ruler and grid protected by a durable plastic cover.
  • A point on the cutting handle for precise measuring.
  • Right-side grid for cutting thin strips.
  • Cutting Blades Multipack will be available to purchase in January 2020.

It’s AWESOME! I purchased it as a preorder item, and to be honest, I was a little hesitant to do so.   Sorry, Stampin’ Up!, but I was never a fan of our older trimmer. (I was still using my retired guillotine cutter for most of my cutting.) However, I sometimes need a Paper Trimmer, so I thought I would give it a try. Oh. My. Gosh. I LOVE it! I find myself using my new PaperTrimmer more and more, and my old cutter less and less.  The cuts are clean, and not fuzzy.  Order your new paper trimmer today and experience it for yourself!

Christmastime Is Coming Early This Year
Also available November 1st!  We hope you’re ready to make this holiday season magical with the Christmastime Is Here Suite.  This exclusive, limited-time collection of festive, floral coordinating products has everything you need to share love, joy, and creativity this holiday season.
Please watch the video below to see all the amazing components of this suite!
  • Here is a card I created using the paper and fussy cutting! Can you believe how gorgeous this paper is?
    Christmas Rose card
    I can’t stress enough the Christmastime Is Here Suite will be available only while supplies last. The clock is ticking. Place your order as quickly as possible.
Reduced Prices on My Retired Stamp Sets

I have reduced prices on many of the items on my Retired List. Check it out HERE, and email me at [email protected] if you are interested in purchasing anything.

New Online Host Clubs Forming Now

Are you ready to combine the value of your online orders with those of other stampers from across the United States? Are you ready to use a shared Host Code and take your turn at receiving free product? If so, you may want to join The Stampin’ Schach’s Online Host Club! Check out the details HERE!

November Host Code Information

Ready to order supplies to make your own cards? I would love to be your Demonstrator.

When checking out, if you apply the Host Code to your online orders of at least $75, but under $150, you’ll get a free gift from me. If your order is over $150, please do not apply the host code – you will be receiving your own host rewards, as well as your gift from me. All orders of $50 or more earn points toward my Loyalty Rewards Program (Details HERE).

November Code: 9ZCHH22E
Membership Has Its Perks … Purchase the Starter Kit Today

DISCOUNT Time! Once you join, you’ll enjoy a 20 – 25% discount on your favorite Stampin’ Up! items.
There’s never an obligation to host parties, sell products, or purchase anything else after the kit. You will still enjoy all the benefits and discounts of being a demonstrator through at least April 30, 2020!

JOIN TODAY! Purchase the starter kit through me and instantly become a member of the Schach Pack Pals. You’ll have access to private Facebook groups, receive newsletters, and will be able to engage with a community of other stampers.

Questions about joining? Email me at [email protected] If you are ready to join NOW, CLICK HERE!

As always, if you have any questions about the cards I create or the techniques I use, I am only an email away! Until next time…

One Comment

  1. Ann I am curious about your retired stamp sets with regard to your methods for selling them. Do you advertise, obviously they are on your blog, but so you advertise anywhere else? And have you ever tried Etsy or any other internet site?

    I have sold some in years past but it’s a great deal of effort and time consuming. So just wondering what has worked for you?

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