Did you catch yesterday's post with all the latest Stampin' Up! news about the retiring list and the colour revamp? Find it here.
Today I'd like to unpack the retiring list a bit and highlight a few of the last chance items that jumped off the list for me. These are all available while stocks last.
(You can find the shopping links for all these products at the bottom of this post if you need more details or would like to purchase before they're gone.)
First up the Number Of Years stamp set and matching Large Numbers thinlits. This is such a versatile addition to the collection - so handy for all those milestone birthdays, and any occasion you want to personalise with a number. I'm definitely hanging on to my set of these two.
Got some dinosaur fans among your family or friends? This set No Bones About It is terrific for cards for them.
This single stamp is just $17 and quite a handy one. Makes a great feature greeting over some DSP.
(It features in the bag above with the lovely background stamp Definitely Dahlia - also retiring.)
If you are a butterfly fan like me, all of these butterfly products are finishing up. We've used these quite a bit in class over the last few years. Gorgeous products that you can adapt to a range of techniques.
Do you have a lot of wood mount stamps? The Stamp-A-Ma-Jig is a very handy stamp positioner. We've got the stamparatus coming soon which is wonderful for your photopolymer and clear mount stamp sets but if you've got lots of wood in your stash and don't have a stampamajig - it is super handy and about to retire..
I'll be back tomorrow with some more highlights from the 'Fond Farewell' list.
Before I go - the thing that I think will sell out first is cardstock in the colours that we are saying goodbye to. (You have until May 7th to order ink pads and ink refills if needed in any farewell colours. After that it is while stocks last.) If you have a favourite colour from this list and would like to replenish your cardstock supplies - be quick is my advice.
Here's a reminder of the colours that are finishing up.
I'm off to tackle a bit of a clean up in my craft room - eek. How does it get so messy so fast is the question I always ask? I think because I never quite get my clean ups totally finished and then mess attracts mess. One of these days I'll get it thoroughly organised.