One of the current IN COLORS ~ PINEAPPLE PUNCH ~ it will be around for another year. It is such a bright pretty color for SPRING!
One of the very best things about Stampin' Up! is the company's commitment to color consistency. I was very impressed initially when I found a company that cared enough to make sure all of their products matched! I had been matching colors for years in creating cards, scrapbook albums and calligraphy. Stampin' Up! has 5 Color Collections: Regals, Subtles, Brights, Neutrals and In Colors.
The In Color collection is a little different from our Core Collection. It's broken down into 2 groups of 5 colors. Each year 5 of the 10 colors is discontinued and we get 5 new colors. It is Stampin' Up!'s way of staying current with the trendy colors in fashion and home decor.
The In Color Collections are named by the year they were introduced and the year that they will be discontinued. For example, the collection retiring this year is named 2017-2019 In Colors. They will be retired on June 3, 2019 (the date on the back of the annual catalog). Once announced as 'retiring' the In Color products will be while supplies last and often sell out quickly. Please check your supplies now ~ particularly your In Color ink refills. As long as you can refill your stamp pads they will last forever! Sale-A-Bration will be over very soon ~ it is a good time to order any in-color products that you are missing or have a limited supply.
May the road rise to meet you.
May the wind be always at your back.
May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields and until we meet again....
may God hold you in the palm of His Hand.
...An Irish Blessing
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!
And, your favorite Stampin' Up! shade of green is?
Painted Seasons Bundle available during Stampin' Up!'s SALE-A-BRATION was featured in my recent newsletter (Didn't receive the newsletter? Let me know so that I can add you to my list!) The Bundle (free with an order of $100) includes the Painted Seasons Stamp set and the Designer Series Paper. But the paper comes separately also (free with a $50 order). In addition, Stampin' Up! has added the Four Seasons Framelits Dies (150074) for $28.00.
FOR YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BEST STAMPIN' UP! OFFER EVER! JOIN WHILE YOU HAVE THIS CHANCE ~ NO OBLIGATION TO CONTINUE! YOU WILL ENJOY MAKING YOUR LIST OF PRODUCTS TOTALING $175 & PAYING JUST $99 FOR ALL THE STAMPIN' UP! FUN! AND, IF YOU DECIDE YOU WANT THE CRAFT & CARRY TOTE, ABOVE, (valued at $50) YOU WILL BE ABLE TO JOIN FOR JUST $129. BUT THE OFFER ONLY LASTS 16 MORE DAYS. IT'S FABULOUS ~ I AM READY FOR ALL YOU QUESTIONS ~
As a demonstrator I receive a quarterly publication from Stampin' Up! called STAMPIN' SUCCESS. The article above is from the 2nd Quarter publication I received the other day. It is on page 13 and includes the instructions for making the card that you see on the page. Stampin' Up! encourages us to CASE. I happen to have the Garden Impressions DSP available so I decided to go ahead and CASE the card for you.
"Product availability may be limited toward the end of the promotional sales period." this sentence appears on the back of all Sale-a-bration, SAB Coordination & Spring Catalogs. Some of the products are SOLD OUT, including ~ Ribbon Pack, Grapefruit Grove & Lovely Lipstick Foil, Butterfly Elements, Precious Parcel Card Kit, Call Me Cupcake Framelits, Hop Around Framelits and the Doily Builder Framelits from the Spring Catalog.
In addition, the following are on the LOW INVENTORY list and will no longer be available when sold out ~ Wonderful Floral Framelits Dies (page 11, Occasions Spring Catalog), Rose Trellis Thinlits Dies (page 9) and Detailed Birthday Edgelits Dies (page 17).
This year's Sale-a-bration products have been very popular! If there is something you want you may want to place an online order ~ click on the link on this blog! But the very BEST DEAL will also end soon! What's that? It's the $99 to join Stampin' Up! as a demonstrator!!! Why? Because you order $175 in product for just that $99 (excluding SAB items)! And, in addition, you can get the new CRAFT & CARRY TOTE ~ it's only for our friends who sign up NOW (use Option 2 in the SAB brochure). There are so many good reasons to join!!!! EMAIL ME & I will send you my fabulous SIGN UP NOW LIST!
Unfortunately I didn't take a picture of the cake that I baked for our March Team Meeting but it seems that everyone wanted the recipe after tasting it. So I thought I would share it with you! It is quick and easy and YUMMMMMY!
1 package lemon flake cake mix
3-ounce package lemon flavor gelatin (Jello)
3/4 cup water
1/2 cup salad oil
Empty cake mix into large bowl. Add remaining ingredients. Blend at low speed of electric mixer just to moisten. Beat 3 minutes at medium speed or with a spoon until creamy. Pour batter into a 10-inch tube pan which has been lined on the bottom with parchment paper. Bake at 350 degrees, 50 to 55 minutes, or until cake tester inserted into center comes out clean. Cool in pan 15 minutes. Loosen from sides and center of tube with knife and gently remove cake. Cool on cake rack.
To make lemon glaze, place 1 cup sifted confectioners' sugar in small bowl. Gradually add 1 tablespoon hot water, blending well until mixture is thin enough to spread. Add 1/8 teaspoon grated lemon rind. Spread over top and allow to run down sides of cooled cake. Sprinkle with additional grated lemon rind. (my recipe is on a yellowed newspaper dated 'summer '69' so you know how long I have been baking this cake...........enjoy!)