May 14, 2019

Saying Good Bye to a Loyal Friend

Hello everyone!
Yes, I am still has just been pretty busy, but hoping I have it all under control and semi organized enough to put more time and effort into hanging out here with you all. I'm sure you have all heard, Stampin' Up! released the retirement list last month after OnStage (which was UH-MAZING by the way-I'll share some photos later this week) and the big shocker was, Lovely As A Tree is on that list! I know right? I'm not even sure, but I think Lovely as a Tree was introduced in 2001, making it 18 years old and the OLDEST stamp set in our catalog to date! And sadly, we need to say good bye to our dear and loyal friend, Lovely as a Tree! **sniff**

Seriously, Lovely as a Tree is one of the first stamp sets I ever purchased in my journey with Stampin' Up! and this beautiful stamp set has served me well. It's perfect when I need a masculine card, a Christmas card and anything else in between. It truly has been a loyal and trusty friend for sure and will forever have a special place in my craft room forever!.
Here are just a couple of the very first  cards I ever made with Lovely as a Tree, just keep in mind, these cards go back to my beginning, so my photos were REALLY BAD!
If you don't already have this amazing stamp set, it's one you won't want to miss out on. It's perfect for both masculine and feminine cards as well as beautiful holiday cards. It is probably the MOST versatile stamp set in my craft room EVER. So, whatever you do, grab this stamp set before it's gone forever, because I can promise, you will be sad! 

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