It's hard to believe...but May 22 is the last day that retiring stamp sets are guaranteed in stock. After that, they are on a "limited to stock on hand" basis. I thought I'd showcase just a few of my absolute favorites, before it's too late.
Don't wait until it's to late. Be sure to order your favorite set before it's gone!
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Tomorrow, I have a class with 14 new stampers! This calls for some quick, simple, and fun cards. As you know, I'm all about the pretty paper! But, since so many designer series paper stacks have already retired, I was really at my wits end. Then, I realized that the Tasty Treats paper is still in stock! And I have two packs sitting on my shelf.
Actually, since I was saving this very special glossy coated cherry and strawberry paper for a special occasion, I had 2 1/2 sheets left! Just the right amount to make 16 adorable summertime cards. I think these ladies are just going to love this cheery card.
The Tasty Treats Paper will soon be completely sold out. Don't miss this last chance to get yours.
1) Base: Thick Whisper White Card Stock, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", scored @ 4 1/4"
2) Layer 1: Wild Wasabi, 5 1/4" x 4"
3) Layer 2: Designer Series Paper, 5" x 3 3/4"
4) Layer 3: Designer Series Paper, 1/2" x 3 3/4"
5) Scallop: Early Espresso
6) 2" Circle: Whisper White
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I love Paris in the springtime...in the summer...in the fall...i n the winter. Let's face it; I just love Paris! And that's the the very first thing I thought of when I saw the Builder Birdcage stamp set in the Occasions Catalog. It took me a long time to buy this, mainly because just looking at the stamp case, I wasn't sure exactly what to do with it. I mean, there's a lot of individual pieces!
I'm really glad I bought it though. It's fun to mix and match all the cage bases and tops. Should it sit on the stand or hang from the ceiling. One bird or two? Should they be inside the cage? Or outside? Art Nouveau or more modern? So many choices and and not a single one of them can be wrong!
This darling stamp set is going to feature prominently at my Super Saturday Sale-a-bration Celebration. This is a free, by invitation only VIP event for all my customers who qualified for an invitation during Sale-a-Bration, as well as all new Stamping Bee team members. I think it may just have to be a Paris inspired afternoon!
The Builder Birdcage set is retiring soon and is currently On Sale for 20% off. Regularly $17, it's currently only $13.60. After May, you'll no longer be able to purchase yours, so take advantage of this special offer today. (Thank you for using Hostess Code: 6R2E4UUP)
Here's the list of materials I used to make my cards:
It feels like I just started using this Blooms and Bliss paper and now, it's on the retiring list! I thought I'd showcase it by using it at my most recent Stamping Bee Inspiration Night, last Sunday. The sentiment is prefect for birthdays, Mother's Day, or simply to say "hello". We all need a little vote of encouragement some days.
I'm also going to miss the cute little Petit Petals punch. It's truly versatile. Here, I've used it to secure the card edge on this Joy Fold card. And right now, it's 30% off!
Select retiring products have discounts of up to 50% off. Be sure to place orders before the sun sets on these items May 31!
Retiring Stamp Sets
It happens once a year. Stampin’ Up! announces their retirement list for stamps, bundles, paper, accessories, and outgoing InColors. Before they're gone forever, be sure to grab your favorites before they're gone. And some retiring products have discounts of up to 50%!
Ink, paper, and accessories are available while supplies last! Retiring stamp sets will all be available until May 22. After that it's while supplies last or until May 31st.
There are two ways to see what's retiring.
Here are a few of my favorite retiring products:
Shop now, before your favorites are gone!
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