Thursday, April 23, 2015

Stampin Up, Saying Good bye

Noooooo, not me, I'm not leaving. LOL.  But we are coming to the close to another SU catalog year. And it is one of those years where we loose a LOT of product. So, I'm here to say good bye to most of the product I have used on this card.  DSP usually all retires so we expect that. But well over 100 stamp sets and a whole bunch of Die cut sets and punches!

I'll have links to my store where you can find the retired list at the bottom of my post. Just click on any of the images, if there is something you want, best to order it now, if it's even still there.  Stamp sets may be ok, SU makes their own and will do their best to keep up with demand, but there is only so much of everything else.

Having said that, it's an exciting time.  The new catalog should have some fabulous new stuff.

The sentiment stamp set is about the only thing besides the little banner punch on here that is staying. Black and Basic gray ink is leaving for now.  I believe they are reformulating them so they work better.
So, have a great day, and I hope you enjoy my tribute to retiring product, BTW, I'm keeping this stamp set, I love it, and it's staying in my stash.


horizonview said...

Yet another awesome card! How did you use that little banner punch to make a long banner, Lynn?

Windy Ellard said...

Great the pop of red and the flower from Mixed Bunch...thanks for joining the Pals sketch challenge this week!

Maria Rodriguez said...

Hello Lynn, I love this card, the black background really makes this beautiful red flower pop!! This stamp set is one of the first ones I bought from SU, your card is simply beautiful.
Thank you for sharing.

Just a Thought... said...

What a fun card!! Fabulous job!! Thank you for playing with us this week!!!

Marisa said...

Gorgeous B & W paper and love the flower. So sad when so many sets retire...hopefully they will be replaced with many wonderful new ones :)

Bev Gerard * TexasGrammy said...

Fabulous card, Lynn!
I'm really going to miss this stamp set & matching punch ... a lot! And the B&W paper collection is right there in my all-time faves list.