It's the Last Day & Important Shipping News | Stamp with Jenn Weekly Update
Published: Thu, 03/31/22
Today is the last day for 20% off selected bundles and the Mini Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine.
Here's also a reminder that the Stampin' Up! retiring lists are out. And although products are technically around until the end of April, they are only available while supplies last. I've added a link to my Top Favourites below.
I'm featuring the pretty and elegant "Flowing Flowers" stamp set this week.
Also below is an update on shipping costs and a brand new host code.
All details below!
Stay safe, happy stamping!
ps. Normally I send out newsletters on Wednesday, but I had a computer crash Tuesday and I've had to spend time setting myself up again. Despite some loss of data (I will be getting a new back up system), it has been more time consuming that I expected, so I thank you for your patience.
20% off the Mini Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine and other Select Bundles from the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue.
Products that are retiring from the current 2021-2022 Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue are on this list.
Items are available only while supplies last or up to April 30
Some item are discounted from 20-50% off
Because items are only while supplies last, the best way to ensure you get the items is to place an online order. However, I'm also happy to place your order for you, just email me at fun@stampwithjenn.
Lovely and simple card using my new favourite pink....Polished Pink! This "Distinktive" style stamp set shows variations in colour with just one stamp. This stamp set is from the current Mini Catalogue (and available until the
end of June) but it will not be available in the next Annual Catalogues.
Your creativity will overflow with the Flowing Flowers Stamp Set. Create cards with the exquisite images and heartfelt greetings. Use it anytime you want to express care for a loved one or want to create a project that says elegant beauty.
This is a Distinktive stamp set; it has a special texture that gives added depth and dimension in a single step, creating photo-realistic images