Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Retirement is Coming!

No, not MY retirement – lol! I can dream, right?

Stampin’ Up! is having a retirement sale (Some items at discounts up to 50 percent off retail) to make room for the new catalog items coming in June!

Here’s a link to a quick video featuring some of the retiring items:

You can see the full list by clicking the link below and then clicking the Shop Now link:

Stamp sets will be available until May 26; other items are only WHILE SUPPLIES LAST.

The list is updated daily since some items sell out quickly (some are already gone!!).

There are also new Weekly Deals and Clearance Rack items, so be sure to check those out as well!

Let me know if I can help you snag a deal on something on your wish list!



Thursday, April 9, 2015

Go Ahead and Splurge a Little Today and Save Some Money too!

The other day I was cleaning my stamping space to make sure I have room for all the items that will be available in the new Stampin' Up! catalog that will be arriving soon (never too early to prepare for new stuff!). In the process, I ran across some sweet little note cards that have been around for a little while. (OK, maybe a little while is an understatement.)

They were begging for a little color, so I got out my ink refills and aqua painters and got to work. After painting them, the notecards seemed a bit flimsy, so I cut off the fronts and adhered them to some Bermuda Bay cardstock, along with coordinating cardstock and designer series paper. Then I added Crystal Effects to the bubbles to give them a little dimension. Here's how they turned out:

They were so much fun to color!
When was the last time you colored or painted just for the fun of it?
If you're like me, it's been a while.

Right now is a great time to try it!

Until Friday, April 10, 2015, you can splurge a little on Stampin' Up! Products because Shipping is FREE! That's a great deal because normally shipping adds a minimum of $6.95 to your order. So now you can use those $$$ to buy the crafting products you love :)
Go ahead, I give you permission. 
Get a couple of ink refills, an aqua painter or two and some pretty paper and give it a whirl!