Blossoms In Bloom

At the recent Luv 2 Stampin GA group meeting, we held a card swap to share card ideas with one another.  For my creation, the goal became combining new product with retiring products. For the new product, I choose the new Blossoms in Bloom Bundle. The Blossoms In Bloom Stamp Set and coordinating Many Layered Blossoms Dies offer versatility for creating beautiful floral themed cards.  Mark your calendar, you can order this set on June 3, 2020.  For the card below, I stamped the blossoms stamp and die cut an overlay from the retiring Woven Threads Designer Series Paper.  I love the look the designer series paper gives to the flowers.  Details for you to recreate the card are below.

Blossoms In Bloom Card Details:
  • Create card base by cutting a piece of Rococo Rose cardstock 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, then score at 4-1/4″ and fold.
  • With the Many Layered Blossoms Dies, cut the Woven Threads Designer Series Paper (6″ x 6″ piece) to create overlay. Check out the discounted price under Project Materials below!
  • Cut Whisper White cardstock layer – 5-1/4″ x 4″.  Use the cut blossoms layer as your guide to determine where to stamp the flower centers.  
  • Using the large blossoms stamp from the Blossoms In Bloom Set, stamp onto the Whisper White cardstock with Seaside Spray Classic Stampin’ Pad.  Attach to the Rococo Rose card base using adhesive.
  • Add the blossoms overlay to the stamped blooms using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  
  • On a scrap piece of Whisper White (approximately 1/2″ x 2-1/2″), stamp the sentiment using Rococo Rose Classic Stampin’ Pad.  This sentiment comes from the Colorful Seasons Stamp Set.  After stamping, cut a “v shape” to create a pennant end.  Add to the card using Mini Glue Dots.
  • Finish the card by tying a knotted bow using the Rococo Rose Scalloped Ribbon and attach beside the sentiment with glue dots.

The Blossoms In Bloom Bundle will offer you lots of creative options.  Be sure to order it on June 3 and have fun using Designer Series Papers to create different layering pieces.  

Just a reminder:

Be sure to check the Last-Chance Products list to order some of your favorite products from the current catalog before they are no longer available.  The final day to order the last-chance products is June 2 or while supplies last.  

Thank you for stopping by and happy crafting!

Project Materials:  (click on link to order)

The Host Code for May is R929JEAV and the Host Code for June is K3A9P6XS Please use Host Code only if your order is less than $150.  If your order exceeds $150, you will receive the host rewards!  Prior to completing your order, you will have the opportunity to enter the code into the blank space labeled Host Code.  Thank you!

Year-End Closeout Reminder!

Just popping in for a quick reminder that the Year-End Closeout is coming to an end soon! 

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!  My Christmas Day was lots of fun and full of laughter.  My two grandchildren provided hours of amusement.  The fun of watching them open their gifts and seeing their reactions was priceless.  Then in the evening, we were entertained with a musical concert.  Granddaughter Brooklynn (2 1/2) was lead singer, grandson Alex (10) played cardboard drums and along with his mom, Karen, were backup singers.  It was definitely a perfect way to end the day!  

The Year-End Closeout from Stampin’ Up! deadline is approaching.  The last day to order products from the 2019 Holiday Catalog is January 2, 2020.  

Click here to check out the Year-End Closeout Products and the Discounted Product offerings.  You’ll want to place your orders sooner rather than later as products are likely to sell-out closer to the ordering deadline.  Plus if any of your favorite stamp sets is retiring, be sure grab it now.

Additionally: The Host Code for December is X9EWHRMR:  please use Host Code only if your order is less than $150.  If your order exceeds $150, you will receive the host rewards!

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the remainder of your holiday week!

 

Final Retiring Product Day

Today is the final retiring product day.  It’s the last chance you have to get products from the 2018-2019 Annual Stampin’ Up! Catalog. You can visit my online store here to see everything currently available in the catalog and also continue to enjoy the up to 30% Off discount on select products.  It’s a great way to say goodbye to this Stampin’ Up! year.  

The discounts are up to 30% off and are only while supplies last.  Take a look at the lists and see what you want to add to your collection. 
The catalog ends today.  

This is an opportunity to take advantage of the last-minute promotion in my online store and add more products to your stamp room. 
Get them while they last because they are on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last.

Download: Occasions Catalog Discounted products

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Download: Annual Catalog Discounted products

ScreenHunter_968 May. 30 12.35Get any of the products from the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog today as it’s the final retiring product day.  The new catalog starts tomorrow at 12 noon (MT).

CLICK HERE to order

Quick Links:

Download the Annual Catalog 
Download the Occasions Catalog 
Annual Catalog Retirement List
Occasions Catalog Retirement List
Visit the Clearance Rack for unadvertised specials 
Sign up for my newsletter 
10% Off Coordinating Product Bundles

Final Goodbye

I never thought I would see the day that our Lovely as a Tree stamp set would retire from the Stampin’ Up! catalogs.  However, the day has come so it’s time to bid a final goodbye.  Yes, the Lovely as A Tree stamp set is retiring.  In honor of saying a final goodbye, the following card has been created.  You can always use it for any season.  Since trees are blooming, I highlighted the trees to look like leaves are budding. That’s what makes it such an awesome stamp set, you can create a variety of looks.  

Here are the details for the card:  First, sponge the sky in Balmy Blue onto a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Whisper White cardstock.  Stamp thee trees were stamp using Early Espresso (as well as sentiment from Wonderful Romance which is also retiring).  Allow the Early Espresso to dry.  Then sponge the grass using Granny Apple Green Classic Stampin’ Pad.  The birds are from High Tide stamp set and are stamped using the Early Espresso  The Gingham Gala Daffodil Delight is the Designer Series Paper layer (retiring) and the card base is Granny Apple Green.  Use the following Stampin’ Blends colors to create the tree buds: Granny Apple Green, Mossy Meadow and Old Olive.  

This is one of the most beloved sets in the history of Stampin’ Up!.  It’s going to be hard to let it go. The stamp set is guaranteed to be available until May 24 so I encourage you to consider ordering this classic stamp set soon.

Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!

Quick Links:

Download the Annual Catalog 
Download the Occasions Catalog and see all the new products
Visit the Clearance Rack for unadvertised specials 
Sign up for my newsletter 
10% Off Coordinating Product Bundles

 

Simple Easter Treat Holder

Since Easter is quickly approaching, I want to share a simple Easter Treat Holder that you can make last minute.  This is the final project from this month’s class.  Don’t you think it’s perfect to highlight the bunny’s face on the Hershey’s Easter Candy?  What’s great about the project is you can easily alter it to hold any small, flat candy bar.   

Simple Easy Treat Holder

The treat holders feature the Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper.  Use the Bitty Blooms Punch Pack to embellish with flowers.  Below are details on recreating the project.

Project Materials:
  • Granny Apple Green Cardstock: 9-1/2″ x 2″ score at 4-1/2″ & 5″ and one piece 3-1/2″ x 1″ score at 1/4″ on each side then cut in half at 1-3/4″ so you will have 2 pieces 1-3/4″ x 1″ 
  • Gingham Gala Designer Series Paper: 1-7/8″ x 4-3/8″ 
  • Cardstock to match Designer Series Paper: 2″ x 3″ 
  • Scraps of Whisper White for sentiment and desired colors to punch small flower embellishments.  The colors used above are Berry Burst, Blueberry Bushel, Daffodil Delight & Grapefruit Grove.
  • Detailed Trio Punch
  • Best Bunny Photopolymer Stamp Set for Surprise! sentiment
  • Itty Bitty Greetings Clear Mount Stamp Set for Easter Greetings sentiment
  • Layering Ovals Framelits Dies (counting from smallest die to largest the following dies are used: 1, 3, & 4 
  • Classic Label Punch for Easter Greetings Sentiment
  • Garden Green Classic Stamp Pad
  • Gingham Gala Adhesive-Backed Sequins
  • Pearl Basic Jewels
  • 1/8″ Sheer Whisper White Ribbon
  • Adhesives: Snail, Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive and Mini-Glue Dots
  • Take Your Pick Tool

Earlier today, I did a short Facebook Live Video demonstrating the project assembly.  You can locate it here.  Remember, you can easily adjust the dimensions and use for other treats.  

Thanks for stopping by and hope you enjoy making these simple Easter treat holders!   Comments are welcomed!!!

Project Materials (click on item to order – note some are Last Chance items, so order quickly)

 

 

Time to Say Good Bye

Stampin’ Up! released the retiring list today and it’s time to say Good Bye to retiring favorites.  To see the list of items, click here.  Be sure to act quickly as items are available while supplies last.  Items such as the retiring In-Colors and ink refills are usually the first items that sell out.  It’s a great time to order retiring embellishments too.  A long time favorite stamp set is also retiring –  Lovely As A Tree.  If you don’t have this classic stamp set, you’ll want to be sure to add it to your collection.  

But as all things come to an end, new will be coming our way on June 4th.  While at conference this weekend, I received the catalog early and WOW – love the new products.  Over the next few weeks, I’ll share some of the products that demonstrators attending were able to order early.  Below is the catalog…notice all the pages that I have flagged?! Told you I love the new products and look forward to the date that I can order more items from the catalog.   

Be sure to follow me on Facebook and watch my Facebook Live this week.  I will be demonstrating a quick and easy Easter Treat project.  

Thanks for stopping by today!