It’s a great time to get a jump on next year’s Christmas cards while saving buckets of money! If you are really ambitious, you could even get some of those Christmas cards made before November 25, 2021. Please note that the bundle prices haven’t changed but many of the dies have reduced prices, so make sure that you check pricing and order the die and stamp set separately if it is cheaper that way. Some of the items, like the Poinsettia stamps and dies, will be returning next year, but the awesome papers are not. So I’m thinking it would be a great time to pick up the paper and be ready to combine it with the stamps and dies next year?
All of the items are only available while supplies last, so be sure to order early!
Some of the items will be returning in the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog or in the 2021 July – December Mini Catalog. So if you don’t get these items right now, you will still be able to order them next year.
Here are a few of my favorites that are on the retired list.
The Christmas Countdown Advent Calendar is 50% OFF! Get one for each grandchild and you have a whole year to get them made. I did 6 of them this year and plan to pick up 1 for the new baby and maybe even another for ME!
I love how simple and quick these cards are to make with the Gift Wrapped stamps and Bow Builder Punch. Be sure to order them separately to save the most money.
Wow! 6 sheets of this gorgeous flocked vellum for only $5.50. Order quick, this one will disappear fast.
Purchase the Home Together Stamp set and $3 are donated to charities that help families and children. The Home Together Dies are 30% off, so be sure to order the items separately.
Although the Merry Moose is not on sale, he is retiring. If he is on your wish list, be sure to purchase him soon.
I just did a whole series of videos using this beautiful foiled paper to create simple Christmas cards. At only $7.50 what a steal!
The Snowflake Sequins are perfect for winter themed shaker cards, especially when they only cost $3.
Now these are just a few of my favorites, what are your?