12 Sweet Card Ideas for Retiring Stamps

I reached into my archives to share some of my favorite paper crafting projects using retiring stamps from the Stampin’ Up! Retiring Products List.  Retiring stamps are guaranteed to be available through May 22.  Learn more here about what’s retiring.

You can click on the links below each photo for the original blog post with more details and a complete supply list.

Stampin Up Remembering Your Birthday Petite Petals Punch Birthday Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Remembering Your Birthday

Stampin Up Pictogram Punches And Many More Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack Birthday Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Pictogram Punches

Stampin Up Kind Koala Love & Friendship Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Kind Koala

Stampin Up Be the Star Stars Framelits Dies Congratulations Card Ideas Birthday Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Be the Star  – NOW 25% Off

Stampin Up Beautiful Bunch And Many More Fun Flower Punch Sympathy & Get Well Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Beautiful Bunch AND And Many More – And Many More NOW 25% OFF

Stampin Up Deco Labels Framelits Die Tag Topper Scalloped Punch Gift Box Punch Board Love & Friendship Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

Oh My Goodies – Wood Mount NOW 25% OFF

stampin up stampinup stamping stamping up mary fish pretty zoo babies

Zoo Babies

Create a Matchbook Gift Card Holder with Stampin Up Enjoy the Little Things and Square Punch -Mary Fish

Enjoy the Little Things

Stampin Up Happy Home Hearth Thinlits Dies by Mary Fish Angle

Happy Home

Stampin Up! Nice Cuppa Cups Kettle Framelits Die Card Ideas by Mary Fish

A Nice Cuppa

Stampin Up Merry Everything Butterflies Thinlits Dies By Mary Fish

Merry Everything – Clear Mount NOW 25% OFF, Wood Mount NOW 20% OFF

Stampin Up And Many More Square Punch Envelope Liners Framelits Die Birthday Card Ideas Mary Fish Stampin Pretty Stampinup Demonstrator Blog

And Many More – NOW 25% OFF

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8 Comments:

  1. Marlene Heringer

    These are my favorites as well! They epitomize the beautiful “Mary” style.

  2. Kadie in Arizona

    Just as much FUN looking at them a second time!

  3. You make my heart sing with these sweet comments. Thanks!

  4. I love all these cards. They are so pretty and different in their own way. Thanks, Mary, for the inspiration to use some of the things we already own.

  5. Tonya Bedford

    I love love love that u do PayPal. I wish stampin up would do PayPal. Maybe u could put a big in their ears.

  6. Cute card! You might have already answered this question and I missed your answer. I have so many retired catalogs that I have kept. How do you handle al of your catalogs that have retired?

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