Thursday, 16 September 2010

Retired items selling fast

I seem to be adding to the list of sold out items (see right) every day now, so if you want to place an order for retiring items, please do so asap. Some of the items on the retiring list are not going forever, just being "reconfigured" - ie new packaging, new amounts, different selection etc, such as the cardstock. I think you can work out why all the punches are on the list, too! So don't despair that, for example, Very Vanilla 12x12 is on the list, as it will still be available, albeit in a different format.

Retiring colour items will, of course, be gone forever, so if there's something you want, get in quick!

Oh, and Level 1 hostess sets are going like hot cakes but if you're placing a qualifying order, please do ask if there's a L1 set you really wanted as I may have one I can swap with you (no promises though!).

And finally... I now have the real-life brand new catalogue in my sticky mitts. It's gorgeous! But I've been trying to hold off from devouring it because I have so many things to do before Saturday, which is my team meeting AND my scrapbooking class. So I've made a few samples with my new SU goodies (LOVE them - want more!) and can't wait to start showing them to you on 1st October.

So once again, sorry for lack of samples - I do have a couple of things in the pipeline, just need to take pictures.

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