Ink It! Stamp It! Design Team Blog Hop - Favourite Retiring Bundle

Friday, May 18, 2018


It's that time of year when we sadly wave goodbye to some much loved favourites to make way for sparkling new products in the next annual catalogue (released on 1 June).  The Ink It! Stamp It! Design Team are giving a few of the retiring bundles the royal send off in our blog hop this month.  I have chosen quite an old set that I've had with me since my very first Stampin' Up! days and will be sad to see go, even though I confess I haven't dug them out for a while.


The colours of the pansy are the soon to retire 2016-2018 In Colours.  Flirty Flamingo is actually staying on as a permanent colour, but sadly we are waving goodbye to Dapper Denim, Peekaboo Peach, Sweet Sugarplum, and Emerald Envy.


The Flower Shop stamp set and Pansy punch were two of the very first products I bought with Stampin' Up!  You can see why, can't you?  They are super versatile and I love being able to punch out the image rather than running it though a Big Shot. (Dies are great too!  I just like the variety.)  So don't miss out if you want to nab yourself either one now, they will be available to purchase only until 31st May.  Click on their images below to be taken straight to the store.

Blog hop line up:


Here's everything you need to make this card yourself. 
 Just click on any item to be taken straight to it in my store. 


 Happy crafting, 
Fiona
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4 comments

  1. What an adorable way to use that pansy puch Fiona, very pretty x

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  2. Great card! Love this bundle too, its been a while since I played with it too, I may have to CASE a few cards first before I say goodbye.

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  3. What a fabulous layout! AND I love those colours!!

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  4. Oh, soooo pretty! Love how how you used the colours and patterns, just stunning Fiona

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