There is a lot of excitement in the world of Stampin’ Up!® today. The 2022/2023 Annual Catalog starts on May 3rd and Demonstrators will be able to order some of the new products April 1st. Wait until you see this catalog. It is full of a lot of great products that you are going to love. The only bad part is there are a lot of products that are available today that will be retiring on May 2nd. Now the good news is some of them are on sale! Do you feel like you have been riding a roller coaster with this post?
Sweet Ice Cream is a stamp set that is going to retire on May 2nd. It has a coordinating punch called Ice Cream Builder Punch that will also be retiring. The good news is you can purchase the stamp set right now at 20% Off and the punch at 50% off. The bad news is once these items are gone from inventory, they are gone for good. There goes that roller coast again!
To make this card I first used my Blending Brushes with Pale Papaya, Fresh Freesia and Polished Pink ink on a piece of Basic White card stock. Then I ran it through my Cut & Emboss machine using the Gingham Embossing Folder. Next I stamped the ice cream scoops in the same color ink and punched them out. I stamped the cone in Crumb Cake ink and punched that out. Lastly I took the Stampin’ Write Markers of colored the sentiment in all three colors and stamped that on a piece of Basic White card stock. I layered everything on a piece of Fresh Freesia card stock and a Pale Papaya card base.
Remember, if you like the Sweet Ice Cream stamp set and the Ice Cream Cone Builder Punch, or anything else that is on the retirement list you should order before it is gone.
If you would like to see the retirement list and what is on sale click HERE.
Such a beautiful card Susan! That blending is spectacular and you can’t even tell it is “man made” rather than DSP. And then to use markers on the sentiment is genius.
Very pretty card. Thank you for sharing.
Thanks, Joann. It is nice to hear from you again. I hope you are well!
I love this, Susan! I thought it was rainbow glimmer at first. Your blending is beautiful. And now I want some ice cream.