This week saw the release of our latest retiring list.... we now know what will be retiring from the current Holiday catalogue. And Stampin'Up have also done something different this year... they have decided to carry over SOME items from the current Holiday catalogue to the NEXT Holiday catalogue (2020). This means that at the end of this catalogue (January 2nd) these items will not be available again until the next Holiday catalogue (released September 2020). This is good news for those of us that still have items on their wishlist but they dont need them right now... you can wait and know they will be available again in the future. Or if you cant wait that long, you know to get them now.
And then there are some items that are simply retiring, and once sold out, they will be gone for good. Like some of the items on my card today... the Mercury Glass Acetate is retiring, as are the "Birds of a Feather" stamp set and the Snowfall Accents puff paint. If you are after these items you will need to get them now!
To see everything that is being discontinued, head over to the ONLINE STORE and scroll through these items to make sure you dont miss out on anything you want or need. You'll find these items under the heading "Year-end Closeouts". Remember they are available until the 2nd January unless they sell out first!
Enjoy my card today and stay tuned for more coming your way!
I dont know about you, but sometimes I feel like its a bit underwhelming to give someone a gift card. Or possibly a little impersonal. Well here's a way to make it really personal.... by packaging it in this gorgeous gift card holder that you made yourself. Im so happy with this project! I made it with my stamp club girls this past month, and I thought that it would also make a great YouTube tutorial.
So here it is.... because the full instructional video is quite long I also made a shorter version for those that just wanted to see it made, but didn't need measurements and such. You can choose which one you prefer to watch.
Have a fabulous day!!!
Full video (with instructions and measurements):
Today's video tutorial features this SUPER CUTE Christmas ornament! Don't you love it!!!? Best of all, its really easy to make... you just need a few supplies to bring it together. You will need the Snow Globe Shaker domes, which are available in our current 2019 Holiday catalogue (available until the end of the year). Or you can visit the ONLINE STORE to get everything you need to make these!
Click the picture below to see how its made.... and enjoy!
In case you didn't know... we have our Online Extravaganza Sale on right now! There are great specials on selected inks, cardstock and bundles. The inks and cardstock available on sale are from the Regals and Neutrals selections.... so these are great choices for Christmas and all year round!
So it's a great time to stock up on any of these items... but you'll need to be quick as the sale will be all over after tomorrow the 22nd November. Click HERE
to visit the Online Store and see what's on sale for yourself!
Hello my friends! Today's video tutorial features the absolutely beautiful Christmas Rose bundle yet again. I adore this bundle because its not just for Christmas.... you could use these lovely stamps all year around, and just mix and match with different sentiments. So when you are looking at it, please remember that you will get a ton of use out of it.... it's versatility goes way beyond the holiday season.
Today I decided to return to one of my favourite techniques. I've used the whitewashing technique before (click HERE
to see another video I made that uses this fabulous technique) but this time I heat embossed my image with Silver embossing powder rather than the gold I had used in the previous video. And my base cardstock this time is Night of Navy (instead of Crumb Cake). But the technique is very similar. Except that after I had whitewashed the image, I decided it looked a little "flat"to me.... so I used a sponge dauber to add some navy highlights.... and it made all the difference! You'll see exactly what I mean when you watch the video... just click the picture below to see it:
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