Don’t Miss Out on these Retiring Items – Only Available While Supplies Last

This is my second post today – if you missed my Global Design Project tribute to Lemon Lime Twist, please check it out here.


The lists that Stampin’ Up! put out earlier today and the items that are marked as “retiring” in the online store include the following:

  • all bundles (all bundled products are retiring – even when the stamps or dies carry forward)
  • retiring stamps and products (we have to make room for new products)
  • all wood mount stamps (all wood mounts stamps are retiring)
  • all clear mount stamps (even those that are carrying forward into the new catalog) because all clear-mount stamp sets will be offered as cling-mount stamps in the new catalog

Here’s a list of all the clear mount stamp sets that are carrying forward into Stampin’ Up!’s 2019 Annual Catalog as cling-mount stamps (even though they show as “retired” in the online store):

  • Accented Blooms
  • Animal Outing
  • Artisan Textures
  • Barn Door
  • Beautiful Day
  • Beautiful You
  • Bee Thankful
  • Birthday Backgrounds
  • Bokeh Dots
  • Botanical Bliss
  • Country Road
  • Crafting Forever
  • Dandelion Wishes
  • Dashing Deer
  • First Frost
  • Flourishing Phrases
  • Gallery Grunge
  • Healing Hugs
  • Heartland
  • Hold on to Hope
  • Itty Bitty Greetings
  • Kindness & Compassion
  • Label Me Pretty
  • Lilypad Lake
  • Little Elephant
  • Little Twinkle
  • Love You to Pieces
  • Magical Mermaid
  • Painted Glass
  • Peaceful Place
  • Perennial Birthday
  • Pop of Petals
  • Rooted in Nature
  • Sea of Textures
  • Sorry for Everything
  • Special Celebrations
  • Stitched All Around
  • This Little Piggy
  • Tropical Chic
  • Winter Woods

It’s a fact of life that we have to let go of some things we love to make room for other things we love. No one has unlimited space. While some of you have HUGE, well-organized craft rooms (I have gasped in awe at some of them), each one has a limit before the floor gives in and punctures the Earth beneath.

As we are introduced to all the new and exciting products that are headed our way in Stampin’ Up!’s 2019 Annual Catalog, we have to say, “Farewell, friend” to lots of products we love. Stampin’ Up!’s warehouse and picking lines are big, but we want to help them clear up space to make room for the new supplies that are coming in. In that effort, Stampin’ Up! has released the Retiring List of products that will be retiring on June 3 – or when they are sold out. When they are sold out, they are gone forever, so don’t miss out!

Retiring List

Although Stampin’ Up! won’t be selling these products after they are sold out, the items have value to you and will last forever (…or a really long time, depending on how much you use them). To review all of the items that are retiring, click on the image below:

Here are some other ways to review the items in my online store:

You can see the complete list of everything that’s retiring here:

HIGHLIGHTS (while supplies last)

Don’t have time to read through the entire list right now? Here’s a look at some of my favorites that are retiring on June 3 (or when supplies run out):


Even when stamp sets and dies that are part of a bundle carry forward into the new catalog, the 10%-off bundled pricing for the combination goes away. This is the last chance to grab up some great bundles while the discount is still there. Click below to review all the current bundles in my online store:

WOOD-MOUNT STAMPS (while supplies last)

In Stampin’ Up!’s 2019 Occasions Catalog, the company changed the options for red rubber stamps – instead of wood-mount (mounts on an included wood block) and clear-mount (mounts on a clear block you buy separately), red rubber stamps are now offered in cling-mount (clear-mount stamps with a sticky label).

When the 2019 Annual Catalog rolls out, you’ll see wood-mount stamps removed – with one exception. The five background stamps in the 2019 Annual Catalog include a wood-mount option.

If you are a wood-mount stamper or want some of your favorites in wood-mount before they go away, order up now so you don’t miss out before they are gone.


While you are reviewing all of the amazing products in the Retired List, I want to remind you of some other promotions that are going on right now – I don’t want you to miss a thing!

Retiring In Colors

Be sure to stock up on any of the products you love with the five 2017-2019 In Colors because they are retiring on June 3. While all of these products are listed on the Retiring List, I wanted to point them out separately. These will certainly sell out before June 3, so stock up today.

2017-2019 In Colors

Retiring Designer Series Papers

All of the current Designer Series Papers will retire at the end of the catalog – or when they sell out. If you like to stock up on favorites so you have the patterns you love years from now, now’s the time to get in there and grab them up.

To see all the Designer Series Papers, Stacks and Coordinating Paper packs, CLICK HERE.

Storage by Stampin’ Up!

Stampin’ Up! has rolled out a new product – Storage by Stampin’ Up!. This modular storage surely needs a space in your craft room. Here’s a look at the products that are available with this storage system: How fun is that?! Order today to be one of the first to receive these amazing products!

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  1. Thank you so much for this clarification! I went through the new catty online making my wish list, then went to update my old catty to note the retired ones. I knew I had seen some of the “retired” ones in the new catty. Almost thought I was losing my mind….?

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