Monday, 16 June 2014

Retired lists and Rev up the Fun Mr Owl

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There are still plenty of products available to purchase from the retired list, and some have been greatly discounted.   Items are only available during June unless they sell out before then, and  some have already sold out. The retired list is a list of all the items which will not be carried over into the new annual catalogue which launches on 1st July 2014.


Please pop over to my Stampin' Up! UK shop or on the image above to view the current updated lists.  


Please contact me on lgilbert66@gmail.com or telephone 07793293599 to place an order and I will add it to my next one,  but there is the risk of the item selling out. The best way to ensure you don't miss out on a bargain is to place the order online. Please make sure you choose Linda Gilbert as your demonstrator and that will allow me to contact you so I will be able to see you  order. You will pay a flat fee of postage of £4.95 and the order will be delivered direct to your door.


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Before my holiday I had a few requests for some male themed cards.  I often find it difficult to create male design. Here are the ones we made in our Friday afternoon class a few weeks ago.  They were both CASE'd from the internet



What better way than to use an 'Owl' theme, which then allows the creator to develop a style and expression to suit the individual. The owl punch has been one of the most versatile punches in the Stampin Up  range and can be used to suit a card for any age group or occassion. With Graduations just around the corner, I'm sure I will be using it much more.

I have been preparing some items for upcoming craft fairs using the owl punch and forgotten how cute he is and how easily he is put together. 

I have used the  hardwood stamp for the background, punched out a circle and placed the owl behind. i have added a sentiment and a couple of leaves and the card is complete.


For the next card I have used a typical car theme, what male can resist a fast, posh sports car. At least with this one you won't get points for speeding!

I again CASE'D this card from Pinterest, thank you Julie for the inspiration. Both stamps used are on the retired list 'Rev up the Fun' and 'Simply stars'


The stars were randomly stamped onto whisper white card and placed on to a 
 a triple fold card in night of navy. Colours used are gumball green, night of navy and pacific point


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The cars were stamped separately and cut out and placed on some strips of acetate which were then attached to the card to look like they are suspended in the air




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so place your orders as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
If you would like to place an order, then please contact me on
- See more at: http://heartfullyyours.blogspot.co.uk/#sthash.THBvm1TA.dpuf

1 comment:

  1. Ha ha found it, I have been scrolling back, as I had obviously missed this post last time I caught up with your blog, both cards are great ideas for males, and have to agree that owl punch is so versatile xxx

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