Stampin' Up! Inspiration!

JK is going to be WILDLY HAPPY

Yesterday afternoon I finally had time to sit down and go through my catalogs and mark those stamp sets and other products that are retiring.  That is the only way that I can keep track of what is leaving and what is staying.  Also, it gave me a chance to 'grade' the submissions to my RETIREMENT CONTEST and see who won herself a NEW STAMP SET.  It turned out that there was only one submission that had a 'perfect' paper.  (Don't I sound like a teacher ~ which of course I was ~ first grade, second grade & special ed.)  JK ~ Janie Knarr ~ YOU ARE THE WINNER.  Congratulations on your perfect paper!  Janie wins the LITTLE LADYBUG stamp set ~ unless she has it and then we'll choose another!  So are you WILDLY HAPPY?

Stamp setThis stamp set is from the annual catalog and is not retiring.  You can find it on page 101.  Here are some sample cards using this cute set ~

Bunny CardSuch a nice 'new baby' card.  The Button embossing folder is retiring.


Todays Fox cardThis one uses the Birthday Bonanza Designer Series Paper from the Spring Mini Catalog (page 33) ~ all the DSP that we have now will be retiring.  There are a couple of things that I am sorry to see leaving!  One is the THANKS FOR THE LAUGHS stamp set on page 11 in the Spring Catalog ~ I love using the sayings.  For instance 'How did I get so lucky to have a friend like you?' and 'Talking to you is sometimes all the therapy I need."  And, on page 181 in the annual catalog ~ Dazzling Diamonds Glitter, the Embossing Buddy and Copper Embossing Powder ~ we can live wo those???  And, two embossing folders that I am going to miss ~ Woodland and Tufted!  What's on your list?


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