The New Year Celebration Stamp Set has previously only been for sale in Japan. Now, through January 31, 2020, this cool New Year Celebration stamp set is available in North America. The Japanese sentiments in Hiragana and Kanji translate to “Happy New Year,” and will make beautiful cards to bring in the new year. It is a very cute set and goes well with Stampin’ Up! products that you may already have: cardstock, embellishments, ink, and the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box dies. This is a great opportunity to own a Japanese stamp set for the new year, for school projects, for kindness, and for fun!
Sample Cards and Mini Curvy Keepsake Boxes from Stampin’ Up!
These are sample cards from Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators in Japan. I like the bright colors on these cards, and also the color combinations.
More Sample Cards from Stampin’ Up!
These sample cards are also from Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators in Japan, and they are also lovely. The vivid colors complement the traditional images.
Look at these great stamps! I love them. Not only are there stamps in Japanese, but also Mt. Fuji! This is a photopolymer set that includes 18 stamps. Photopolymer stamps are clear for easy image placement. They cling to clear blocks without slipping, and they are repositionable, you temporarily mount them on clear blocks to stamp, then remove to store.
Mini Curvy Keepsakes Boxes
These treat boxes made from Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers and decorated with images from this stamp set could not be cuter. You can make them with the Mini Curvy Keepsakes Box Dies. They would be great for a New Year’s table setting, and also for party favors, school and club treats, and little surprises for coworkers, family, and friends.
To make the curvy keepsake boxes you will need a die cutting and embossing machine, such as a Big Shot. There are ten dies in the set, and they help you create custom die-cut boxes and more in record time.
Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope you enjoyed seeing this stamp set that is available in North America until January 31, 2020. Please reach out with questions, and please subscribe to receive my blog posts and newsletters via email.
Linda K, The Stamp Coach