Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Don't miss out on Stampin' Up retiring bargains!

We all love a bargain don't we - and when it's a crafty Stampin' Up bargain we REALLY love it! A new stamp set always gets me excited. Imagine getting the gorgeous Geometrical stamp set, for example. - what would you do with it?


Create a simple design with the circle image perhaps? (ooh and you could also use this stamp to create a trendy bokeh look!)


Or maybe make a colourful border with those fab triangles? You could use a stamp-a-majig, as I did here, or you could make a quicker, easier version of this card using the large triangle punch, now HALF PRICE at £7.13! Woohoo - another bargain!


Or how about reinforcing that lovely 'cheer up buttercup' sentiment with some 'buttercups' created with the Petite Petals stamp set and coordinating punch?


Or layering in a fun hexagonal accent?


There are so many fun things to do with this set and I haven't even started on the arrows yet! And you know what I was saying yesterday about how fonts date? Well you'll be bang on trend with this one!

What a wonderful set this is - and now only £22.91 wood mount or just £16.46 in cling mount! But HURRY! These bargains are only available while stocks last!

SHOP FOR YOUR BARGAINS NOW!
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If you have any queries, or prefer to speak to me, I'm happy to help.
You can contact me by email or phone on 01280 820593.

You'll be glad to know that Eva is now helping me with the laundry! When I say 'helping with the laundry' what I actually mean is that she gets excited when I take the basket of clothes into the kitchen and rummages around in the basket while I load the washing machine. She usually manages to filch a sock or two and go prancing off with it but when I call her back she comes back with them looking sheepish. She delicately gives me the socks when I ask her and then waits patiently for a treat. The laundry is one of her favourite things!

Tomorrow is Stampin' Up artisan design blog hop day! Do come and see what we've made won't you!

7 comments:

  1. I can see a bit of a training opportunity here! Do you think she could manage the ironing - a job I just hate! I usually try to fold things and put away as they come out of the tumble drier but I definitely need to employ better training methods for hubby as he can't understand the concept.

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  2. Terrific examples of what you can do with geometric stamps.

    Bless Eva . . . she's a little scamp and she knows just how to twist you round her little finger by the sounds of things!

    Hugs, Sarn xxx

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  3. Great use of these fun stamps Vicky!

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  4. Great cards and your story about Eva made my chuckle
    Jackie x

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  5. Your cards are beautiful, as always! Great ideas :) xxx

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  6. Great samples of what to do with shapes, great colour combos too.

    Aw! Eva sounds a gem and wonderful company.

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  7. I must have missed the chat part of the post. Just wanted to say I loved your cards today!

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I love reading your comments. Thank you for taking the time to leave them! Vicky x