I suppose there will come a time when Garden in Bloom retires, but I hope it’s not soon. It’s one of my favorite two-step stamping sets. I think it was one of the first photopolymer sets to have “pointers” as part of the stamps that show you how to line up the images.
Even with that help, stampers are relieved that precision is not an issue with this set because of its watercolor effects. (That means it’s OK to go outside of the lines!)
This may be my swan song for my card stock supply of Sweet Sugarplum, a 2016-2018 In Color that will retire at the end of May (when the current Annual Catalog leaves us). I can’t say it early or often enough: if you are in love with any of the retiring In Colors, make sure you stock up on those products sooner rather than later. In fact, why not add ink refills and paper when you place your next Sale-A-Bration order?
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