Apothecary Art – Bye, Bye

By | April 24, 2015

Here’s the latest list of what is gone from the Stampin’ Up! Retirement List.  See here and here for previous lists.

Note: Due to high demand for retiring stamps, we’ll keep producing retiring stamps until May 26 (not accessories-accessories are only while supplies last).

Basic Black 3/4″ Chevron Ribbon
Crushed Curry 1/8″ Taffeta Ribbon
Basic Black Classic Stampin’ Ink Refil
Crumb Cake Stampin’ Write Marker
Marina Mist Stampin’ Write Marker
Early Expresso Cut & Ready Card Bases
Neutrals Backgrounds Designer Series Paper Stack

Apothecary ArtDon’t you love the look of beautifully decorated jars? Then the Apothecary Art Stamp Set is for you!  Label and highlight anything (not just jars) for birthdays or any occasion and let your creativity shine with this clear mount set that also coordinates with the Labels Collection Framelits Dies.  You can put away your Paper Snips when using the bundle!

The flower images were colored in using the Hello Honey Classic Ink Pad and a Blender Pen.  I then used the Hello Honey Stampin’ Write Marker to add a deeper color to the center of the flower.  The leaves were colored in using the Old Olive Classic Ink Pad and a Blender Pen.

The Pearls were colored in using the Daffodil Delight Assortment Blendabilities (no longer available).  The sentiment was stamped with Tuxedo Black Momento Ink on Whisper White Card Stock.  I used Paper Snips to round out both ends.


Use hostess code   SMKRKVQS   when placing your online order and you’ll receive a gift from me.  If your order is over $150, please do not use it – you will receive your own hostess benefits.  The gift for April 2015 is the Adventure Bound Designer Series Paper Stack.

Want  to place an order for  Stampin’ Up! supplies,  visit my Stampin’ Store  for 24/7 service.   Ordering is easy and simple and you’ll have your products within seven days.  Don’t want to mess with it?   Simply call or e-mail and I’ll do the work for you.  

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