Introducing…QUEEN BEE! My Million Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up!

Nov 22, 2022 | Gallery, More Video Tutorials | 2 comments

For my Facebook Live yesterday, I shared a sneak peek at the stamp set I got to design for reaching 1 Million in Career Sales!!!   I’ve had to keep this a secret for over a year and a half – but can now share!   I was honored to present this bundle- Queen Bee – at the Onstage Live Event in Vienna Austria early this month!  Yes – it’s a bundle !!!

The dies are awesome and a perfect compliment to the stamp set!   I will of course have much more to share about this beautiful stamp set  in the upcoming weeks – and will for sure be doing a class featuring it – so watch for details on that!

In the meantime, please enjoy this peek at Queen Bee!  Let me know what you think! I’d love to hear from you!!!

Laura Milligan YouTube Thumbnail Stampin Up! Queen Bee Stamp Set


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2 Comments

  1. Ang

    This set was the first thing that caught my eye in the upcoming mini. I love it and can’t wait to get my hands on it. Thanks
    Ang

    Reply
    • Laura Milligan

      Thank you so much, Ang! You made my day!! I really love it, too!!

      Reply

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