Saying Goodbye to Always in My Heart

Greetings my stamping friends. It is time to begin our tour of stamp sets that are retiring from the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog. I have approximately 31 stamp sets (and some include bundles of dies or punches) that are included on this Last Chance Products List, so this means I have at least 31 opportunities to share projects with you. This doesn’t include, of course, all of the papers and embellishments – I will try to incorporate all of those into my 31 stamp set projects. Whew!

Project No. 1 uses the Always in My Heart stamp set and coordinating Floral Heart Dies. (NOTE: The cardstock base Pale Papaya, Basic White cardstock, Gold Foil Paper and Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and adhesives are not among the items retiring on May 2, 2022.)

I placed one of the Square Vellum Doilies behind the die cut filigree heart to fill in the blank heart area since I opted to place my banner sentiment lower on the heart.

If you wish to order any of these products, below are the hyperlink thumbnails to making adding these items to your shopping cart a breeze:

Product List

Just to recap, the retiring products are:

  • Always in My Heart Stamp Set
  • Floral Heart Dies
  • Expressions in Ink Designer Series Paper
  • Square Vellum Doilies
  • Metallic Pearls

I received some Happy Mail today from the Stampin’ Up Home Office!

I received my Recognition Pin for my Title Advancement to Silver! Woohoo! A special thank you to my new team member, Holly Waddell, for making this possible. Also to my incredible team leader, Amy Storrie, for never giving up on me.

I truly love what I do and I love sharing it with you all. I hope you love seeing what I create as much as I love creating it.

Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.


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