2020 was Good for Club Sursee

Catherine General 2 Comments

If you have been a subscriber of Club Sursee for a while, you know that each month of 2020 you had at least one thing to look forward to, the arrival of your purple envelope! Club Sursee Subscribers get brand new, never seen before product, and they get it first and at a great discount!

Let's take a look at what Sursee brought to our subscribers through the year. Learn more about Club Sursee here.

January kicked off with Best Dressed Critters. These sweater clad winter friends are ready for some fun in the snow. A deer in earmuffs? Now that is adorable!

Next up we had the beautiful pairing of Hello Fabulous and Sealed with a Kiss Stamp Sets. These floral buddies were teamed up with the Pair of Roses dies for deluxe members. Floral images are so timeless and come in hand for so many occasions.

March brought some Puddle Jumping Action! The Blue Skies Ahead Stamp Set was full of spring inspired element stamps that are perfect for mixing and matching.

The Fun Forest Stamp Set in April was a big fan favorite…and paired with the Favorite Word Die in the Deluxe shipment makes this bundle of goodies just right! The geo shapes and patterned trees provide endless options and lots of fun funky cards.

Say “aloha” to the Summer Lovin' and Good Time Bits and Borders Stamp Sets in July. These Summery icon sets love being paired with our Party Inks and help you make cards for a tropical escape. We all could use a bit of that!

The Wrap It Up Stamp Set and Little Something Sentiments Stamp Set in August, are all about gift giving. These various present boxes and bags with bows can go from mod and classy to funky and playful depending on what color inks you chose. Birthday cards are always high on the list so these stamps are handy dandy!

The Pumpkin Season Stamp Set was one subscribers went coo-coo over. This Fall elements set is packed with little images that can be paired up for endless card creations. A pumpkin and a PSL are always fun for cards. Deluxe members enjoyed the Gift Card To-Go Die which is a large takeaway cup gift card holder and was a great value for subscribers.

The Let's Go Skating Stamps had my heart. This bundle for October's Sursee had me in the mood for winter card making. The borders in the companion Winter Wishes Stamp Set are adorable and great mixed or on their own for cards.

November paired the Dogwoods in Bloom Stamps with the Through the Prism Stamp Set which included this large geometric patterned background stamp with sentiments. I have used that stamp in lots of ways from embossing or coloring in, to simply stamping it in black like on this card here.

As you can see, the year was full of fabulousness and this year is no exception. Most of these products are now available in our shop at the full retail price. The subscription price is a fabulous savings, so be sure to check out membership.

If you haven't signed up, now is the time. FREEBIE COMING!!! Join by April 14th as a Deluxe Member and you will get this bonus mini coverplate die in addition to the regular two sets of dies included with your subscription. Now that is a good value!

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  1. I just watched an amazing video you did with watercolor powders on top of a tree stencil. You mentioned that the “earthier” toned powders were made by Bister. Do you sell these. I have been unable to locate them. Did they go out of business.
    Does Color Burst have the similar earthy colors? I saw with the Bister you got many colors when you added water to each of the colored powders. Do you think the Color Burst does the same?
    I love your websites! Thanks for all your sharing and products!

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    Hi Kelly! I’m sorry we don’t carry those powders and I’m not sure if they’re made any more! The Bister powders were more earth and muted tones.
    Color Burst powders are usually very bright and vibrant. I hope you can find what you’re looking for!

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