Stampin’ Up! Retiring Product List

The clock is ticking on the Stampin’ Up! Retiring Products — There are only 2 days left to shop the Last Chance List. You have  today and tomorrow to get the retiring products before they’re gone.

I know everyone (including me) is going gaga for the new sneak peek products but there are a couple of must have products that you shouldn’t miss!

Stampin' Up! Last Chance Products

See all of the retiring products here. Don’t forget, if you see something you want, grab it! You only have today and tomorrow until they’re gone!

Stampin Up Top 4 Retiring
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My Must Have Retiring Product

Here are products that I think should be staples of your crafting supplies. Consider them part of your cardmaking pantry  — things you’ll be able to pull out for basic cardmaking needs. Things you’ll fall back on again and again. These pantry items are easy to freshen up by using them with a shiny new product. 

For example, add some NEW designer paper to the card below and you have a fresh new look without spending a ton of money.

#1: Seriously The Best Stamp Set

Seriously the Best Stamp Set

This stamp set is appropriately named because it IS seriously the best stamp set. The greetings are nice and bold perfect for  cardmaking!

Hello Friend with Seriously The Best Stamp Set

Notice how with the bold sentiment and a bit of designer paper you have a gorgeous card with minimal work.

Stampin' Up! Thank You Die

This die is awesome! (and on sale for only $10.80) You really need nothing else to make a gorgeous Thank You card and who doesn’t need thank you cards. Image this cut out of a bright cardstock on a white cardbase. Bingo! You have a stunning thank you card with almost no work.

Quick and Easy Thank You Card

Here’s an example of a card with a simple watercolor background and the bold die-cut thank you. You could freshen this up by adding a piece of NEW designer series paper in place of the watercolor background.

Support Ribbon Dies

60% off: Was $22 Now $8.80 A great set of dies for creating awareness or support cards. Chances are good that you WILL know someone with cancer or another condition, and when you want to show your support, you will be glad you have this die in your arsenal.

Brain Cancer Awareness Card

Another quick and easy card! Use the large support ribbon die and a simple sentiment for a striking card. Change out the color of the ribbon to adapt to any condition or cause.

Support Ribbon Dies & Forever Fern

Here’s an example of freshening up the retiring Support Ribbon Dies by combining them with the NEW Forever Fern Stamp Set.

Support Ribbon & Blossoms in Bloom

Here’s another example of breathing new life into the retiring Support Ribbon Dies by combining them with the NEW Blossoms in Bloom Bundle.

Stampin' Up! Kindness & Compassion

This is another stamp set that we may wish we would never need, but the fact is that at some point,  you will. This Sympathy set is special because it not only can you express your condolences, but you can also express your gratitude if you are on the other side of loss.

Sympathy Thank You Cards

Here is a sample of a sympathy thank you card. I created these cards after my husband’s funeral to thank everyone for their love and support. The nice thing about the Kindness & Sympathy set is that there are stamps for both the front and inside of your cards.

Well there you have it — My top 4 must have retiring products. Trust me you won’t regret adding these four items to your stamping “pantry”. Just like your kitchen pantry these are items you will turn to again and again to create amazing cards.

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!

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