Stampin’ Up! Open Sea

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

The Retired Accessories list is out and you can find it HERE. (or click on the picture in my right hand side bar and it will bring you to my website and you can view the pictures of all the products retiring.) A lot of the items are discounted so they will be flying off the shelves so if you see something you want don’t wait to order or it will most likely be gone! With the Retired Accessories list you need to order ASAP as once the supply is gone it is gone for good.

To help you purchase all the accessories and supplies you need I’m offering FREE shipping from Now – Monday, April 30. If you place an Online Order with me on my Stampin’ Up! website I will send you a check for the shipping amount that you paid on your order. To order click on the 24/7 picture in the right hand corner of my blog. Your check will go out the next day after I have received confirmation of your order.

Remember with every $50.00 order (before shipping and tax) you will receive a Stamp Camp Token; collect 10 token’s and receive a FREE stamp set of your choice.

Update: Two Incorrect Items on Retiring Accessories List
Two items that were included on the Retiring Accessories List are not actually retiring. We have updated the lists to remove these items. They are the Craft Scissors and the Paper Snips.
Because these items were included in error, the Paper Snips will not be offered at a discounted price. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Today is the sketch challenge at the Stampin’ Queens blog. Here is the sketch for this week:

Here is my take on the sketch.

I decided I wanted to make a masculine card and chose the Open Sea stamp set. I really like how it turned out and I also like the look of the Well Worn DSP on this card. I used the DSP to get my color inspiration from. The picture never does the card justice it is very pretty in person. I used the Not Quite Navy and the Early Espresso markers to color my ship before stamping it onto the Natural’s Ivory card stock. The card base is Early Espresso card stock. I used the Top Note die and the Big Shot plus the Labels Collection frames. The compass was punched out using the 1 1/4″ Circle punch and matted onto a punched 1 3/8″ Early Espresso circle.

Don’t forget to check out that Retired Accesories list and make your purchases before they are gone for good.

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!

One thought on “Stampin’ Up! Open Sea

  1. RitaR says:

    I have The Open Sea stamp set on order and your beautiful card is great inspiration. I really like your use of the Labels Collection die with the TopNote Die …. it really showcases the ship so well. Great work!

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