This is kind of a “good news/bad news” post.
At the beginning of the month I told you about the limited edition Thoughtful Branches stamp set and Beautiful Branches Thinlits Dies that can be purchased, separately or as a cost-saving bundle, while supplies last:
The good news is, as we were told, these products would be available through August 31st or while supplies last. Well, we still have a supply of these on hand so they will continue to be available until the stock is sold out.
The bad news is, while we demonstrators were told that this bundle might be offered later on in another catalog, we have now been informed that this is it, when this supply is gone, it will never be offered again in any subsequent publication.
I love these stamps and dies; I am so glad I got them when I had the chance.
My free offer still stands: anyone who orders the stamps, dies or the bundle from me will receive a set of instructions for six designer cards using these products! Important: If you order online, make sure you allow demonstrator contact so I will have your address and can mail the instructions to you – they are a gift from me, not from Stampin’ Up!
Remember these cards that I showed you earlier this month using this stamp and die bundle?
Here is another variation using this die cut, this time combined with the Woodland embossing folder – and I had to wait until today to post it because it’s my sister-in-law Sherry’s birthday card (Happy Birthday, Sherry!)
Oh my goodness! The feature here is color! I had some pieces already cut for another card, but I also had an extra Rich Razzleberry tree laying nearby, and bam! just like that old retro TV ad for Reese’s cups where the guy with the chocolate bar accidentally bumps into the girl with the open jar of peanut butter, something yummy happened! Well, with Peekaboo Peach, Watermelon Wonder and Rich Razzleberry, how could it not be delicious, it sounds like a fruit salad!
Here are the colors that I used on Sherry’s birthday card, plus Whisper White. Click on any swatch to see coordinating products:
Here are the supplies that I used to make Sherry’s Razzleberry Tree Birthday card: