Regarding Dahlias – retiring soon

Yesterday I shared my Box of Cards featuring some retiring products and today I’ve got a couple of cards for you using another retiring stamp set – Regarding Dahlia’s. 

I love this stamp set and when I saw these cards online by Ingrid Blackburn I knew I had to make some and share them with you too!

I love masking and dont do it near enough and love how it works on these cards.  My ladies on the weekend loved learning this ‘new’ technique – well it was new to them!

This next card I wanted to lift the masked panel so I’ve added a row of the dotted scallop ribbon punch and applied it at the back of the panel so just a small scallop shows …

 I really do love black and white cards – they are so elegantly stylish and using the Shimmery White Cardstock just gives it a little more elegance.

Now if you havent recieved your new catalogue as yet and (I still have some here if you havent arranged yours yet) dont realise that there is a change to prices on some of our products. Some, like the Big Shot, Cardstock and  Inks to name a few, have increased – some by a little and some a little more. Some have decreased too like some ribbons, embellishments, Grid Paper and some Embossing Folders. 

So I thought you might like to know should you like to restock on some of your cardstock or make some purchases before the price increase.   Now if you dont have your new catalogue yet please be sure to contact me to arrange your copy while I still have some in stock!

Thanks for stopping by today and please dont hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about anything.

Catch ya latte ….

About Author

I am Leonie and live in Campbelltown in Sydney's South West.
I love to create with stamps, ink & paper! I do hope you like what I create and love your comments.
I also enjoy (and run on) Coffee! I also collect Charlie Bears

Stampin' Up! has been a huge part of my life since 2006 and such a big blessing to me and my family!!

Thanks for stopping by :)

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