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The stamps are retiring, but not the ideas!

Filed under: Projects — June 7, 2022 @ 1:30 pm

I have a bunch of projects to share today. Blogging helps me remember the ideas after I have mailed, gifted or sold the original projects. These are all using retiring products from the 2021-22 January – June Mini Catalog. June is the last chance to grab these from my store before they are either gone or no longer discounted as a bundle. Clickable links are at the bottom of this post.

Best Delivery is a fun stamp set because you can use any sentiment or picture on the side of the truck. I made this Polished Pink card for a baby shower, but I can see it for so many different occasions.

The Cactus Cuties bundle is just adorable. You can add lots of punched pieces for a cactus of any size!

Paradise Palms is a favorite that made it into the next Annual Catalog, but not at the bundled discount. This was a slimline card we made in class. The pebbles are retiring, but the envelopes also are carrying over.

The Slim Sayings stamp set (retiring) has some big bold greetings.

I made this custom retirement card for a dear colleague of my husband’s.

He requested a pop up card, so I made a panel with the palm die cut and sentiment, and attached it to the inside of the card.

The pop up mechanism is just a cardstock box attached to both sides and to the pop up panel.

This slimline card used both the Slim Saying stamp set and the Slim Card dies – both retiring. Be sure to purchase them separately, because the dies are on sale in June.

Here’s a fun tip that saves cardstock too. Color the throw away die cut pieces with both shades of Stampin’ Blends Markers and then insert them back in to get a rainbow effect.

I hope you enjoyed the projects and tips. If something catches your eye from the list below, be sure to grab it soon. Remember, the Kits Collection sale and Last Chance Sale are only in June.

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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