Will a lightening bolt hit me if I think Stampin' Up! made a mistake?  I'm taking a huge risk here…

Dear SU,

You are breaking my heart by retiring MY favorite masculine set, In Wilderness!  117040LWhat are you thinking?  Yes, I know, I DO love the catalog but I'm not ready to let this wonderful set go.  Yes, I do understand there are really fun new sets and great new colors but again, can't you just let me hold on to the past just a little longer? 

Sarah – your devoted SU demonstrator

Ok, I digress.  I DO love this In Wilderness set and everytime I use this set in a class etc. everyone raves about the set and occassionaly the card too.  :)  Men are hard to figure out and masculine cards are similar.  This set actually makes it easy.  I've decided that this set and I, need one last fling before I have to move it over to the retired side of the stamp shelving.  Sorry Charlie, this is one set that WONT be showing up on our Camp Stamp-In-Oga Rummage in August.  Mine, Mine, Mine.  Get yours before they are gone on May 31st!  Here's how you can get this set at 15% off.

May 2012 Monthly Card Kit!  Purchase the Card Kit and receive a coupon for 15% off the coordinating stamp set, In Wilderness, ($14.40 clear &18.65 wood) and the accessory of the month, metallic brads. ($5.90)

IMG_7611The Monthly Card Kit is a great way for you to stamp at home, on the road, at the cabin or at a crop.  I've taken a stamp set and a few additional listed products and come up with two different card designs using the selected stamp set.  Then I cut cardstock in packets and bundle them in packs of 8.  (four of each design) and package them along with the envelopes and ribbons etc.  Then I type of detailed directions and photos in a PDF format for you to use along with the cardstock kit.  It works GREAT!  $13.50 for a pack of 8 precut cards.  This can be mailed as well as supersized!  Click here for more information.

Note:  I only have SIX packets left.  Order it up quick!

Have a great day.  I'm thankful it's cloudless and lightening bolts shouldn't be a problem?