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Old 02-12-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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Default How old is Stampin Up & List of All Retired Sets

Hi, as above, how old is stampin up & is there, somewhere, a FULL list of retired stamp sets from the year they started?
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Stampin' Up! is in its 20th year. The company carried other companies' stamps originally. I'm sure somebody out there has catalogs dating back to the beginning. I'm just not sure there's ever been a list created off all the stamps since Day 1.
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Stampin' Up! will celebrate it's 20th year this year.
If you're interested in the complete retirement list ... I would suggest asking your SU demonstrator if she would mind researching that for you. It isn't something that in & of itself is publically available. However, your SU demo can research as far back as our demonstrator files will take her.

You have nothing to lose by asking her.
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