Monday, April 10, 2017

Third card using Perfect Mix Stamp Set -- and the set is now 25% off!

  • Perfect Mix- No one measures up to you
  • Retiring List announcement earlier today
  • Dmonstrators can view new catalog on-line

Perfect Mix Clear Stamp set - 25% off

I'm still working with the Perfect Mix stamp set.  Here's today's card using this set.  It comes in both wood and cear red rubber sets.  The Red Rubber Clear Mount (142933) went on sale today as part of the Retiring list for 25% off!  It was $19.00 and you can purchase it today for $14.25.  But don't wait.  The Clear Mount sets are showing low inventory on the Inventory list.

I continued with the same color theme of Pool Party and Real Red and Basic Black for the sentiment, which I also used in the previous card from Friday and and another card from Sunday.    

I used the Pool Party and Real Red Stamp Write Marker to color the images.  I used the Layering Squares Framelits with the Big Shot to create the main image layer.

The sentiment used was part of the measuring spoons image.  It can be cut apart or covered with a sticky note, but it was easier and faster to use it as intended.  I stamped the spatula in Basic Black, colored it, and fussy cut it before adding it to the card.  The left side of the spatula is popped up on dimensionals and the right side is just glued on since it already had two layers of cardstock beneath it.    


Stamp:  Perfect Mix
Ink:  Real Red, Pool Party
Paper: Real Red, Pool Party, Whisper White, Subtles Designer Series Paper Stack
Accessories:    Layering Squares Framelits, Stampin' Scrub, Stampin' Mist, Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Dimensionals

Retiring list items sell out quickly

With the new yearly Stampin' Up! catalog just around the corner on June 1, today, stampin' Up! published the Retiring list.

Click here to place an order

See the products retiring May 31.

Here's the Stampin' Up! link to download the U.S. Retiring list:  

This is your opportunity to pick up that stamp set you've had on your wish list or the reinkers you'll need for the In Colors that will retire. 

It looks like Delightful Dijion Ink Pad and Reinker Refill will be gone soon, based on the low inventory indicated on the current Inventory List today.

Stamps will continue to be produced until May 22, and then sold only while they last.

Accessories will only be available until they sell out and will not be reordered

Several items are discounted, including some up to 50% off!

I suggest you quickly take a look at this list and place an order before its too late and your favorite items are gone forever. 

Important Dates

April 10 - 2 PM (Central) Demonstrators who didn't attend OnStage, can access a down-loadable copy of the new catalog on line at the demonstrator - only website.

April 13 - Demonstrators who didn't attend OnStage on April 8  will find many of the videos from the event  available online April 13.  Stampin' Up! will post videos at the OnStage Online link on the demonstrator-only site.

November 11 - date of the next OnStage event.  There will be an event in Salt Lake City.  Begin planning now, if you're a Demonstrators, to enjoy early access to upcoming catalogs, free stamps from the upcoming catalog, and order early with OnStage discounts only available to OnStage live attendees.   

Quick Links

- Download a free copy of the Occasions catalog
- Place an on-line order through my Stampin' Up! store - 24/7 Shopping
- Order at a discount as a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.  Sign up for $99 and get $125 worth of products in your starter kit that you select.  Then enjoy your future purchases at demonstrator discount prices of 20% to 25%.
Clearance Rack items - while quantities last.
- Order current or previous Paper Pumpkin monthly craft kits



Donna Ross
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator

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