April 26, 2016

A Little Timeless Elegance and Hostess Rewards

Hi there! Happy Tuesday! Have you had an opportunity to look over that retirement list? If not, don't wait too much longer. Lots of stuff has already begun to sell out. I missed out on stocking up on Crystal Effects. I love that stuff, not only is it a great glue, but it is also great for creating the look of glass and adds dimension and shine to projects. Anyhoo, you can see the retiring products here.  And right now, I have a party open and if we reach $150 in sales, the Hostess Rewards will be up for grabs! I will close the party next week on 5/5/2016 at 4pm. If our grand total before shipping and tax is $150 or greater, I will place everyone that placed an order in for a drawing to receive the hostess rewards and I will contact you to find out what free products you would like to use your hostess rewards for.We are only $50 away from earning those hostess rewards...soooo, there is a pretty good chance someone will get those rewards and it might just as well be you, right? To qualify, just place an order of any amount through my on-line store using the Hostess Code: T9Q4A39S

Anyway, my project today takes a little twist on the basic Black and White card simplicity. Instead of white, how about Very Vanilla? In this card, the DSP I used is from the Timeless Elegance Designer Series paper. Isn't it gorgeous? I just love this paper.
I used the lacy look paper and the stamp set I used is Choose Happiness. Both of these are on the retirement list and I am so sad to see them go. Once again, one of those go to sets that I reach for again and again. But, as they say, all good things must come to an end right?
Well here is the card:
So what are your thoughts? What retiring set are you sad to see go? Leave me a comment below and let me know. And don't forget about the chance to win Hostess Rewards. Just place an order of any amount to qualify using the Hostess Code: T9Q4A39S
In the meantime, Happy Stamping,
Katrina


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