New Catalog Cover and the Retiring List

Woo Hoo!! The Stampin’ Up!® “spoiler policy” has officially been lifted and I can finally share more details about the OnStage event I attended on Saturday. How about if we start with one of the things I’m sure you’re all interested in seeing … the cover of the new catalog coming June 1! If you want to see a larger view, just click on the image.

Mel's Card Corner | 2017 Stampin' Up Catalog Cover

Of course, I know you would much rather see what’s on the inside of the new catalog, but we can’t share that until June 1 actually arrives. For now, you’ll just have to make do with seeing the cover.

Mel's Card Corner | Retiring Products

Of course, the upcoming arrival of a new catalog means saying goodbye to some products from our current annual and occasions catalogs. For a PDF of the complete list of retiring products (updated as things sell out), click here. If you are a more visual person and would rather see photos of the products, you can find them in my online store by clicking the category links below.

As a reminder, retiring items are now on a “while supplies list” status. If there is something you want that is retiring, I would suggest getting it sooner rather than later to ensure you don’t miss out. This is especially true of any items from the retiring 2015-2017 In Colors collection because those will likely be the first things to go!

Mel's Card Corner | OnStage Make & Takes

I know I promised photos of the make & takes we created at OnStage today, and I hate to be a tease. Unfortunately, by the time I posted all the retirement list stuff, including all the make & take photos as well was just going to make the post be way too long. Instead, I’ll leave you with this adorable little notecard crate we made as one of our make and takes using products from the new Wood Words Suite. I already have something else already slated for tomorrow’s post, so I’ll share the rest of the OnStage photos in a couple of days.

Until next time …

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