Correction to the Retiring Accessories List
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Stampin' Up!'s Change = Progress


There are quite a few items on the Stampin' Up! Retiring Accessories List!   Included are our Classic Stampin' Pads.  I wanted to clarify that the colors are not retiring, but the new Classic Stampin' Pads will now be foam rather than felt pads.

From the Stampin' Up! Facebook page...

Starting June 1, our Classic Stampin’ Pads will be updated with a new firm-foam pad that offers better ink coverage and, in turn, better stamped images. There seems to be some concern about all of our Classic Stampin’ Pads being on the retired lists. Not to worry! Our core colors are not retiring; we are just updating and improving the pads themselves.

Some other changes include:

  • Only select Stampin' Write Markers will be available individually (Stampin' Write Markers in color collections will continue to be offered)
  • 12" x 12" Textured Card Stock will no longer be offered
  • 12" x 12" Smooth Card Stock will only be available in select individual colors and color collections.
  • 12" x 12" Smooth Card Stock will only be available in select individual colors and color collections.
  • Craft Ink Pads will only be offered in Black and White.  Craft Ink Refills will no longer be offered.
  • Stampin' Spots are being discontinued.
  • Items with asterisks are being reconfigured. This could mean repackaging or improvements.

***Two items that were included on the Retiring Accessories List are not actually retiring. The lists have been updated to remove these items. 


208    108360    Craft Scissors
208    103579    Paper Snip


Here are the links:

I am excited about the new stamps, accessories, and embellishments that are in store for us in the new Stampin' Up! Catalog that debuts on June 1st.  Can't wait!



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