Thursday, May 1, 2014

We Create Blog Hop - Last Chance


There comes a time every year that Stampin' Up sends out a new catalog with lots of fun new stamps and accessories.  In order for them to be able to do this, they have to "retire" some of the product in the current catalog. I have lots of favorites that I can still use and love, but I will no longer be able to demonstrate and promote them.  Now is your chance to get them before they end up on e-bay for an exorbitant price.


This is a sympathy card for a family in our church congregation that had a young daughter pass away from complications fighting cancer.

This is card is based on a similar layout seen on Pinterest.  Fabulous Florets stamp set is such an elegant floral stamp set.  It can be made into a whimsy look or classic look as seen here.  I am also so sad that the 3/8 taffeta ribbon is being retired.  It is so pretty and easy to work with. 



Another stamp set that is retiring is Fabulous You.  Who doesn't love a fabulous shoe like this one. 










Last but not least...Field Flowers Stamp set.   I know that I cased this from someone, but I have no idea who that would be.  Once again a great floral set that is so versatile.

Thanks for hopping along on our hop.  Our next stop is royalty herself Jeanna Bohanon - go check her amazing creations out.


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5 comments:

Julie Davidse said...

These are all very lovely! It's always sad when you have to make a card for a young person who has passed away. I'm sure they loved the card.

Jolene said...

That shoe card is SO much fun, I love all of the details!

Tanya said...

I especially love the flower cards! Great features! :)

Michelle said...

What gorgeous cards! It's so sad to hear about the young girl from your church who passed away, and your lovely card helps show how much you care. Thank you for sharing with us!

SeeJulieStamp said...

Very pretty cards! The shoe card is my favorite. The black and red are striking.