NOTE: Some bundles are not retiring, they are just being ‘unbundled’, so that means
they are 10% off now but in the new catalog they will not be at a bundled price.
Watch for the * asterisks by the products.
* Means amount in Stampin’ Rewards – host sets can only be earned with an order of $150
** Means items in the Bundle are NOT retiring, but they will no longer be at a 10% off bundled price but can be purchased individually after June 2, 2020.
*** Means the Bundle includes some products that are not retiring; refer to the Retiring List above to see what individual products are retiring.
**** Means these items are not retiring but being reconfigured with a new item number and name.
Stamp sets are guaranteed until
May 15th since SU makes them in Utah.
Products are available until June 2, 2020 or while supplies last only.
Items sell out quickly, don’t wait to get what you love!
INK REFILLS, CARDSTOCK, RIBBON, AND EMBELLISHMENTS THAT COORDINATE WITH THE
Be sure to check back at 1 pm MT (3 pm EST) to see the RETIRING LIST
from the Annual and Mini Catalogs!!!
I have an awesome fun fold technique for you today…a Storybook Fold…
an old technique but new for me!
It is not difficult at all… watch this video to see.
I used the NEW Ornate Borders Dies on this card.
The measurement for the inside folding mechanism is the same if you use Designer Series Paper or cardstock with DSP on it.
Isn’t it cool? It looks like it took so much time to do but it didn’t!
I tried out Petal Pink as my card base on this one.
I switched it up on this card and used Mossy Meadow as my card base.
I liked the contrast of the darker DSP with the Petal Pink border on this one.
Card Base: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored at 4-1/4″ on the 8-1/2″ side
Folding Mechanism inside: 5-1/4″ x 8-1/4″ cut and scored as shown in video:
With 5-1/4″ side at top of trimmer- put left side at 1″ and cut down from 1” to 7-1/4” to create two 6” slits, turn the paper and do this on the other side, too. Then, turn paper so that 8-1/4″ side is at top of trimmer and score in between the slits at 1″ and 1-3/4″ on both sides. You will also score in between the slits at 4-1/8″ and outside the slits to the top and to the bottom of card base, you will score in 2-1/2″ from each end.
DSP on Front: 3-3/4″ x 5″, Inside: 2-1/4″x 5″ cut as shown in video for sides, (4) 3/4″ x 1-3/4″
Border around DSP on front: 4″ x 5-1/4″
Early Espresso Ornate Border Die is cut from a 1-1/4″ x 3-3/4″ piece of cardstock, DSP is 3/4″ x 3-3/4″
Granny Apple Green reminds me of my nephew’s Kawasaki dirt bike so I used this color scheme on a card using the Stampin’ Up! Pedal to the Metal stamp set.
Every time I cut a Stitched Rectangle, I literally can’t help but make a frame by layering another one around it or cutting out the middle of it if I am going to cover it up…and then…I end up with this pile of random Stitched Rectangle frames or whole Stitched Rectangles cut out of the middle of another one I used already on a card. Well, I ended up using two pieces from my stockpile on this card! The diagonal striped Stitched Rectangle came from my guitar card on Friday.
I really like the Stampin’ Up! Pedal to the Metal stamp set-
a dirt bike, a truck, and a four-wheeler are a good mix for guys and girls, too!
The big bold sentiment comes from the flowery Stampin’ Up! Perennial Birthday stamp set- another one of my favorites.
The diagonal striped DSP is from a retired Neutrals Paper Stack (12 x 12) that had diagonal stripes/little flowers and polka dots/script in the stack. Any black and white pattern would work to give a backdrop for the dirt bike. If you make one, send me a pic!
Thanks for buzzing by, friends…
On April 22 at 1:00 pm (MT), Stampin’ Up! will post retiring product lists for the
January–June 2020 Mini Catalog and 2019–2020 Annual Catalog.
These last-chance products will be available until June 2 or while supplies last only, so check on April 22.
And remember—retiring items sell fast. Get your favorites before they’re gone!
I played around with the Stampin’ Up! Music from my Heart stamp set over the weekend.
I love how the Silver Foil Stitched Stars Dies added some pizzazz to this card!
The guitar was made by adding the neck of the guitar to the treble clef…isn’t that cool?
The stamp set is really a neat one- look at all the versatile sentiments and musical images.
I know ABSOLUTELY nothing about music so I am sure my notes are placed all crazy…lol.
I have the utmost respect for musicians!
The diagonal striped DSP is from a retired Neutrals Paper Stack (12 x 12) that had diagonal stripes/little flowers and polka dots/script in the stack. Any black and white pattern would work to give a backdrop for the guitar. If you make one, send me a pic!