Hi Stamping Friends!
Just a reminder that tomorrow is the final day to place an order to earn my Regency Park LIVE Class Kits! Today, I'm sharing my final pair of cards from the class. I was so happy to see that Petal Park and Sentimental Park products were carrying over into the new catalog, but remember that the "bundles" are retiring. So, be sure to order the bundles at the 10% discount before those are gone!
In Case You Missed It…
• Last Chance Retiring Lists—Check out the retiring lists from the Mini Catalog and Annual Catalog. Get your favorites while supplies last! Starting April 4, there will be discounts on select retiring products, so be sure to check back!
• Color Refresh—15 colors are retiring: 11 core colors and 4 In Colors. 16 colors are added: 4 NEW colors, 7 returning colors and 5 NEW In Colors! I have the 11 retired core colors shared below, so you can get them before they are gone. Plus, check out the Stampin' Up! Color Refresh Unveiling Video for a sneak peek at the NEW or RETURNING colors!
• Request A NEW Catalog—NEW 2023-2024 Annual Catalogs are available by request only. My first round is being processed, but I'm still accepting requests!
There is one list for the Annual Catalog & one for the Mini Catalog (links below)! Some items on the list will be discounted beginning April 4. All items are WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! The Color Refresh has 11 retiring colors. These will likely sell out quickly!
Stampin' Up! is letting go of Bermuda Bay, Blushing Bride, Mango Melody, Merry Merlot, Mint Macaron, Pacific Point, Pear Pizzazz, Rich Razzleberry, Sahara Sand, Soft Suede and So Saffron to make room for some new and returning colors! The retiring In Colors include Evening Evergreen, Pale Papaya, Polished Pink, & Soft Succulent (Fresh Freesia is staying!) It's SO exciting!
PLEASE NOTE: The Last Chance lists are longer than usual because everything that had one of these retiring colors must also be retired. That means ribbons, embellishments, markers, watercolor pencils…anything related to the retired colors!
Ooohhh! Ahhhh! It's A NEW Color Sneak Peek!
Available as part of the 2023-2024 Annual Catalog on May 2, 2023.
FREE Annual Catalog Is By Request Only This Year!—I will no longer be automatically mailing out Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogs, even to customers who order frequently. YES, I'm still happy to send you a FREE catalog; I'm simply making it By Request Only. If you do NOT want to receive a catalog, please also fill out the request to "opt-out". My first round is already in process, but you can still get on the list for the next round.
Only A Few Days Left To Earn My Regency Park Kit!
Watch The Regency Park Suite LIVE Class Replay
Classes Available Until April 3, 2023
Earn A Regency Park LIVE 5-Card Class Kit with $40 Order
Earn A Regency Park LIVE 10-Card Class Kit with $100 Order
Must Use Host Code EDEJVAKY
Earn a 5-Card LIVE Class Kit, with the cards I demonstrate, when you place a $40 order with me using Host Code EDEJVAKY. Earn a 10-Card LIVE Class Kit, with the cards I demonstrate plus the "two cool" versions, when you place a $100 order with me using Host Code EDEJVAKY. Plus, receive a step-by-step Tutorial PDF via email. Class kit offer is good thru April 3, 2023. Kits will mail by April 6, 2023. USA only. One kit per order only.
The 10-Card Class Includes My "Two Cool" Versions
Regency Park Let's Celebrate Cards
When you have some miscellaneous pieces of Designer Series Paper, why not use them to create a layered background?! It doesn't matter how many pieces you have…just place them in a cool way across the card front. Here are two examples with random sizes of DSP.
Background Basics—I adhered two pieces of Regency Park DSP, measuring 2" x 4" and 1-3/4" x 4-3/4", to the Balmy Blue card base. Next I die-cut a Fabulous Frames die-cut in Petal Pink cardstock and adhered it with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Check out the cool embossed details at the top and bottom of the frame! I saved the inside of the Petal Pink frame die-cut to stamp the flower on later.
Focal Point Background—I stamped the Sentimental Park cluster of flowers image in Night of Navy diagonally down a 2-3/8" x 3" piece of Basic White. I added a few little sprigs stamped in Balmy Blue ink, then popped it up in the center of the frame.
Sweet Sentiment—I stamped the Sentimental Park two-part sentiment in Night of Navy ink onto a Stitched Rectangles die-cut label. I adhered a piece of Night of Navy Bordered Ribbon behind the sentiment before mounting it onto a 2-3/4" x 1-1/4" piece of Balmy Blue. I adhered that over the floral background, with part of it hanging over the edge. I added some Dimensionals to that overhang for some stability.
Finishing Touches—I stamped the Petal Park trio of flowers in Night of Navy onto the Petal Park inside frame die-cut, then punched it with the Petal Park Punch. I added it next to the sentiment with a Glue dot. I finished with three Petal Pink Milky Dots. The Milky Dots are already sold out, but you could easily substitute with Iridescent Pearls.
Inside The Card—On the 4" x 5-1/4" Basic White inside card I stamped more Night of Navy flowers and Balmy Blue sprigs. I finished with the two leftover Petal Pink stamped flowers from the front. The inside is almost as pretty as the outside!
Supplies for this card will be in the 5-Card LIVE Class Kit.
Two Cool—I decorated the Night of Navy card base with three pieces of Regency Park DSP this time: 2" x 4", 1-7/8" x 4" and 1-1/4" x 4". I absolutely love how so many of the Regency Park papers coordinate so beautifully together. Gorgeous!
Focal Point Sentiment—I couldn't finish up my class without trying the last, largest label die from the Sentimental Park Dies. This one, cut from Basic White, has floral corners with a slit, so the next smallest label size tucks right in! So cool! I stamped the Sentimental Park greeting in Night of Navy on Balmy White cardstock for that tucked-in label, then popped it all up with Dimensionals.
Finishing Touches—I stamped the Petal Park trio flower image in Night of Navy onto Basic White and punched them out. To mimic the flowers on the DSP, I used my Balmy Blue Stampin' Blends Marker to add a little color to two of the flowers, then stamped the solid fill-in color on the third one. They are attached with Glue Dots. I finished with three of the now retired Night of Navy Milky Dots, but you could easily color some Rhinestones with Night of Navy Blends Markers for a similar look.
You'll get supplies to make this additional card in the 10-Card LIVE Class Kit.
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