It’s time to see if anything on your wishlist is on the retirement list. Most items are only available while supplies last (Stamp sets, however, are guaranteed until May 25th). Don’t wait if there are items you want in retiring colors especially (I’ll post separately about the color revamp).
Ink pad design is being updated, so that is why the list on colors that are staying says “will be reconfigured”.
Here are links to the lists in pdf format and Excel format:
My next post will have information about the Color Revamp and new ink pad design…so many great new & returning colors!
I can’t wait for this OnStage Local event. My team and I are going to the Ft. Worth, TX event. They will happen all over the world at the same time in local venues with SU! corporate employees. Here’s what we can expect:
- Meet old and new demonstrator friends.
- Get an event bag with lots of goodies.
- See live stamping and business presentations.
- Receive messages from the home office team.
- See and play with brand-new products (including the new In-Colors!)
- Be celebrated and recognized for individual achievements.
- Have chances to win prizes.
- Be able to order select products from the new annual June 2018 catalog early!
I will attend the Friday night Centre Stage event too which is an 80’s themed party since Stampin’ Up! is celebrating their 30th birthday this year.
Stampin’ Up! – 30 years strong!
Join my team if you’re interested in coming with us to Orlando in November 2018 for the extra BIG party!
I got married and changed my name in September, so it seems fitting to re-invent my website too with a new look and a new name. I’m so excited about my name change to Green Moon Stamp Studio. It fits me since I’m a moon-child hippy chick. Green is also my favorite color and now also in my name, Greenlee,…how lucky is that???
The new logo and site which is in progress (possible viewable as you’re reading this, but if not, then very soon) is inspired by my Scottish and Irish roots and my love for the moon and nature. I will start posting and doing videos more often now that my life is settling into a new groove with my amazing husband.
Oh, and don’t forget there’s only about a week and a half before Sale-A-Bration is over. Get free stuff with every $50 or $100 purchase.
Last month, I did a birthday card stamp-a-stack class with these 3 card designs. Thought you might enjoy seeing them.
At OnStage, Stampin’ Up! unveiled the newest gotta have it tool, the Stamparatus! I’m on the team that helped make this stamp placement tool happen and have been waiting patiently for the unveiling. Well, it was soooo worth the wait.
YouTube Video – with Carrie Warner
The first window to reserve yours starts November 16th at 2pmMT with delivery in February. Don’t wait…mark your calendar reminder now.
Time to say goodbye to make room for new items. There are many items discounted up to 50%.
Here are links to the lists in different formats or you can shop on my website in the Retiring Products category. The lists are updated periodically for out of stock items. However, stamp sets will continue to be manufactured until May 26th. Everything else is while supplies last, so don’t wait!
My Digital Studio
My Digital Studio is retiring as well. So, if you own the software, please make sure it’s updated and backed up including all your digital downloads by June 2nd. Support and websites for MDS will be available until June 9th. Websites and the download manager will be taken down at midnight on June 9th, so you technically have until then, but best not to wait just in case you have questions.
I use mine for various projects and will continue to do so. Just because additional downloads won’t be available, doesn’t mean you have to stop using it. As a matter of fact, I plan to order some more downloads since they’re all 30% off to make sure that I have everything I wanted before they’re not available.
While Stampin’ Up! will not be selling MDS after June 2nd, they are working on additional ways for you to use your downloads and order print products. In the meantime, you can print projects on your own printer or have projects printed by other companies.
Also, I feel sure that, as with anything, there will continue to be support and training videos out there from other users into the future.