One Continuing and One Leaving Us

 

 

This is the times that test us Stampers. As we shed tears and welcome new Stampin’ Up! products.  One of my tears is for Wishing You Well stamp set. Sadly it didn’t make the cut.  However, Buffalo Check did make the cut and so when you have no more of the Gingham Check paper you will need to make your own.  So here is a little of retired and a continued stamp set.

I guess the reason I like Wishing You Well is that it is what I call a universal stamp set.  It will work for a wide variety of occasions.  It will not be disappearing from my shelf.  If you don’t own it, pick it up today by clicking here   https://www.stampinup.com/ecweb/default.aspx   Remember everyone that orders this month are receiving a special gift …. clear blocks

  • $50 order you will receive the Block G
  • $75 order you will receive the Block C
  • $100 order you will receive the Block D

By the way, if you are confused over what is staying here is the correct list of continued stamps.  The problem is that they are making a switch on the type of stamps.

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Spotlight on a Stamp

Color Combination:

  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Early Espresso

Stamp Set:

holiday stampsbuffalo check stamp

Ink:  

  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Early Espresso

Paper: Remember I always use Whisper White as my base.

  • Whisper White
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Early Espresso

Accessories:

  • Trimmer (retiring)
  • Big Shot (retiring)
  • Layering Ovals
  • Label Punch*

*I used a retired one. So use Classic Label Punch.

 

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