Spotlight on “To Every Season” Bundle
Spotlight on To Every Season

Hello, and welcome to today’s product spotlight: the “To Every Season” Bundle from the 2019 Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog, pages #50 and #51. Have you seen this cute To Every Season stamp set and the coordinating Every Season Punch Pack? Have you bought the bundle? Have you used it? It is fun and versatile. It was one of the first things I bought from the holiday catalog, and I have had a lot of fun with it. So far I have used it for making Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas cards, and there are also stamps for Valentines. This set spans all four seasons and major holidays.

I smile when I think of this set. The Byrds song from long ago, To Every Season runs through my head, and I find myself singing “turn, turn, turn” while I craft. LOL! But enough of my mania, let’s take a look at the products:

Spotlight on To Every Season Bundle

To Every Season Photopolymer Stamp Set 

To every season . . . there is a time for bats, a time for snow, and a time for love (there’s that song again! LOL). Combine the greetings and images from the To Every Season Stamp Set for tags, treat packaging, or whatever is in season. 

Quantity: 23 photopolymer stamps
Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, b, c

Spotlight on To Every Season Bundle

Every Season Punch Pack: NOTE – this is a closeout item. The current price is $16.10, while supplies last. The punches will not be available after January 2, 2020.

Cut out snowflakes, hearts, bats, and leaves for your projects using the Every Season Punch Pack.You’ll use this multi-occasion punch set again and again.

Punches are a quick and easy way to add die-cut shapes that add interest and depth to your projects. And punches are a great way to cut out stamped images for a super professional look.  

* 4 punches – largest punched image: 5/8″ x 1/2″ (1.6 x 1.3 cm)
* Sleek body style
* Large surface area offers precise cutting and leverage
* Slim and stackable

The stamped images are small, but the fonts for the sentiments are medium sized. The punches coordinate with the small stamps from the set. They are small but mighty!

Spotlight on To Every Season Bundle

To Every Season Bundle – SAVE 10% 

The bundle includes the To Every Season Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Every Season Punch Pack. SAVE 10% by purchasing the bundle instead of the stamp set and punch pack separately. To receive the discount, you need to use the product #153051 when placing your order. 

Spotlight on To Every Season Bundle

In this photo there are two sample projects from Stampin’ Up! I love how they used the leaf stamps and Blender Pens to create the gorgeous multi-colored background on the “Thankful…” card. For this technique, place the leaf images on a single block (or Stamparatus). Stamp in colors rotating directions on the layer. Add the same ink color with a sponge dauber in circular motion. Stamp the smallest leaf in the same color and use a Blender Pen to color it in.

The Stampin’ Up! products used to make the “Thankful each day for you” card are below. Click on each image to learn more or to purchase in my online store. 

The pouch is cute and could easily be modified for different events. It can hold candies, pencils, pens, etc. You may want to make multiples for favors or place settings. To make the pouch, cut the designer series paper to 6 x 6, score on one side at 2.5” and 5”, then score on other side at 1”. Cut off the small tab and one large tab. Adhere sides together to make a pouch.

Below are the Stampin’ Up! products used to make the Happy Halloween pouch. Click on each image to learn more or to purchase in my online store. Remember that you save 10% by buying the stamp set and the punch pack as a bundle.

 

Thank you for visiting my site today. I hope you have enjoyed the spotlight on the “To Every Season” product bundle and learning about its versatility. I appreciate all comments and feedback.
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Linda K, The Stamp Coach