Stampin’ Up! Annual & Occasions Catalogs – Retiring Products

Stampin’ Up! Annual & Occasions Catalogs – Retiring Products

Stampin’ Up! released the Occasions and Annual Catalog retiring products. You can see them here:
Annual Catalog Retiring Products

Occasions Catalog Retiring Products

You’ll notice a LOT of retiring colors. We’re having a Color Revamp this year, and you’re going to absolutely love the new color palette. I was a little sad to see some of my favorites go, but I perked up immediately when I saw the colors they were being replaced with. So gorgeous!

Remember – if there are products you love, be sure to buy them now. You can use the host code QJUS6UBA and order online now if you’d like. Online orders using the hostess code that are $50 or more qualify for a special gift from me!

Retiring stamp sets are guaranteed to be available through May 25; other retiring products are “while supplies last.” Remember – if you see a bundle retiring, but the stamps and dies are still available, the stamps/dies are still available, but the bundled price is retiring. (So save 10% and buy the bundle now.)

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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4 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Annual & Occasions Catalogs – Retiring Products

  1. darskee says:

    Thanks for the warning. I dashed off and bought cardstock in all my favorite shades of blue. I do really like some of the new colors and returnees, okay I like Coastal Cabana and Blackberry Bliss. PS, I needed more CS like a hole in the head. lol

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    • buffycooper says:

      Ha ha! Glad you got the ones you wanted, Darrah! Coastal Cabana and Blackberry Bliss were two of my favorites as well. And Poppy Parade (probably because it’s fun to use in a post; I usually add an extra “o” and only one “p”).


  2. paul na says:


    I was sorry to see so many colors retiring. Is “Lovely as a tree” retiring?

    Thanks, Ginger Na ________________________________


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