Field Flowers

FIELD FLOWERS – AND MORE RETIRING PRODUCTS I DIDN’T USE ENOUGH

Field Flowers, Honey Comb Embossing Folder, En Francais

Whenever the Stampin’ Up! retiring lists come out, I run to my stamp room and frantically try to use as much of the retiring products that I possible can in a month.  I never feel like I used them enough.

This set is Field Flowers.  Currently it’s only available in wood mount and digital.  I got it because my friend Jackie used it to make the most gorgeous card.  I think I used it a few times, and then forgot about it when new products came out.  The background set behind it is En Francais.   It’s another one I waited and waited to buy, because I knew it would retire as soon as I got it.  And in the end, I didn’t buy it; it was my free selection for purchasing six “Best of” sets last year.  (If you haven’t redeemed yours yet, you only have until April 30, so hurry and get that free set.)

Both En Francais and Field Flowers are retiring, as is the Primrose Petals card stock (and all the 2012-14 In Color products).  The honeycomb embossing folder and Very Vanilla seam binding ribbon is staying, though.  YAY!  I spritzed the ribbon with water, scrunched it up and let it dry so it would have a more vintage look.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy.  Have a wonderful day!

 

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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3 Responses to Field Flowers

  1. Emilie Boyd says:

    Love the card Buffy . Will try to make Saturday workshop in Mat and perhaps another as I don’t need to teach until June.

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